Absolutely, I still want to do a 2.5D series set in a hybrid of Cyberpunk and Magical Realism.
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You could have something slightly granular: what I'm immediatly picturing is something like scrollbars for each area of content. For example some words might have a great deal of sexual content, while other may only be mature in terms of violence. In this approach, the one who pick the content can figure out whether it works for them based on the severity of any given factor.
Sources of inspiration: Interestingly enough, privacyfeatures as a firefox addon. You can toggle different features on and off to suit your needs. This is something I'm envisioning for ratings systems.
I was semi-considering using the board devlogs as maybe an early dev posting thing. Then maybe, once a project is further along, I'd use the project specific devlogs if I want to communicate any detailed news about something.
I tend to use project specific devlogs for things like notifying when I might take a hiatus, for things like either last minute editing, or if I might extend a project. (There was a time I'd write a lot of web serials.)
Just thought I'd add, racism and lgbt phobia isn't cool. And that's what Pepe The Frog images represent.
Seriously, if it's so weird political channel, there are lots of servers I can join.
I'm still thinking about it. Mostly because discord (not so much specific communities) has been making my increasingly uncomfortable lately. (For context, I'm a huge introvert, so notifications are an issue on phone.)
I'm a novel, novella, short story, and poetry writer. I tried making games in the past, and might someday like to get back into it. Back then I used to use a very specific RPG engine that made everything easy, without having to worry about coding. Kind of weird looking back on it. I cancelled the project at the time, which later reincarnated as a short story.
When I'm not writing, I like building simple artificial intelligence. Especially chatbots, which is sort of like Visual Novels, but inside the terminal, and with a lot of applications beyond video games. I'm also a huge fan of spicy food (crazy spicy food), and French Press coffee at the local coffee shop.
Oh and while I have ventured in Science Fiction, I prefer Magical Realism.