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As I’ve already mentioned in the previous article, Commun/ in the first place is focused on people, and we try hard to make the interface intuitively understandable. However, I’d like to cover in more detail what the user can do on our platform. Every user on Commun/ plays a role, all the roles at once, or a particular combination of them. Every role assumes that the user takes actions inside the community or while interacting with other users.
👥 ROLES and ACTIONS 👥
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Today we have some good news for our Russian-speaking users!
Firstly, we translated the interface of our client into Russian. You can go to the settings and change the interface language right now.
Secondly, we took out localization in a separate repository. If you want to help with the development of the project by translating into your native language, you are welcome to our GitHub. https://github.com/communcom/commun-locales
Anyone can add a translation, and after testing in our sandbox https://dev.commun.com, it will appear on our website.
Меня зовут Ник, я технических директор проекта Commun/, и сегодня я начинаю публикацию серии статей, в которых постараюсь раскрыть технические и экономические нюансы работы нашего проекта. Напишите в комментариях, что вам было бы интересно узнать про механики Commun/ в первую очередь. Прежде чем погрузиться в детали, я хочу привести пример того, как может работать сообщество.
🤝Commun/ нацелен на создание и распределение ценности для каждого участника онлайн…
My name is Nick. I’m CTO of Commun/, and I start a series of posts about the technical and economical aspects of our platform!
Write in the comments, what you’d like to learn about the platform mechanics in the first place.
Today, before deep-diving into the details, I’d like to give an example of how the community can work.
🤝 Commun/ aims for the creation and spreading of goods for every participant of the online community, dividing proportionally the share of…
Today we have an interface update. The "Hot feed" moved to a separate slot on the side panel, the "trending feed" now displays the most popular posts in the last 24 hours, and you also have the opportunity to see the most popular posts within the last week, month or all time. Check it out, we are waiting for your feedback!
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