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I struggled for a long time to fit forum content into my workflow, but have found something that works well for me:
I use feedbin as a space for long form content.
I subscribe to newsletters and the forum’s digest using the feedbin email
Reading forum articles fits as an activity kind of like scrolling through twitter.
I love the idea of suggesting people who should be funded but I imagine many might need a prompt.
How about occasionally putting questions on the forum or little Google forms asking for recommendations.
Thanks for your work and the work of all others involved, including at LW.
Could we effectively repost them? Have some way of sending them back through the system and seeing if new users like them?
I guess you could ask people to veto their evaluation being published and if they do describe only whether it was positive or negative but not who it was about our what it was.
What interventions are underrated in his opionion?
What are the key things he thinks the average EA doesn’t know about global development?
A way to get an RSS feed which is filtered int he same way as the main feed.
I’d listen to a podcast:
of this report
Of the authors of this report being questioned (ideally on the charter cities podcast)
Downvote this comment to leave Nathan’s karma neutral
Eesh.(Thanks for downvoting something you didn’t like. That’s genuinely useful)
Upvote this if you liked the way the original comments were structured.
I orginally structured the comments differently but I’m told that was unhelpful, so I’ve made a google form instead https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdiAmNJ4VEXGOp-mHvxbbq9Dj3eznIm8ICAYSHO836qcWCbYA/viewform
Yeah though I imagine we could find ways to avoid duplicates.
Some people think that I should include a downvotable comment so this thread doesn’t give me lots of karma.I don’t think this. I think that it points out that for no reason, we rank comments and posts the same even though posts are far more work. That’s a problem but this isn’t the solution.However, if you want to rob me of karma, go on, my suggestion would be to upvote this comment and downvote every single sub comment.
I don’t like how you have structured the comments here. It makes it hard for me to see what’s going on.As a quick note, if you think this, you should upvote it, not downvote it, so more people see and agree with it.
Can you see any ways this is likely to go very badly? If you think this is a bad idea, why?
What features would you like in this area?What would you like us to add to our roadmap?