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  1. Drugie wstępne wydanie jest już dostępne dla wersji 1.16.2, wprowadzając kolejną porcję poprawek błędów. Opiszemy też zaległe wydanie 1.16.2 pre-release 1. Więcej... Przeczytaj cały wpis
  2. Conspiracy theories have roots in the 19th century and have been popular for decades. Until recently, conspiracy theorists have lived in the margins. They are often convinced the earth is flat, Lee Harvey Oswald didn't act alone, and the moon landings were faked in a Hollywood sound stage. More recently, with 9/11 and the coronavirus pandemic, these conspiracy theories have become more mainstream, with celebrities and politicians sharing them over their official social media channels. From the evil machinations of Bill Gates, the rise of QAnon, to the conflation that 5G is responsible for spreading coronavirus, it's hard to ignore the impact they have in creating misinformation which undermines attempts at effective communication from governments and public health bodies. Despite reams of facts, logic and critical thinking, those that follow conspiracy theories will not be budged from their positions. They trust their sources implicitly, and a mountain of research disproving the argument does not interest them. The number of people that succumbs to these narratives grows every day. When you consume the content shared by the primary sources of this misinformation, it's easy to see why. Conspiracy theories are created and shared in a way that is engaging and irresistible to many seeking stability in a confusing world. Whatever your position is on these conspiracy theorists, you can leverage these tactics to make your own content more engaging and shareable. Lesson 1: Make it emotive Human beings have two distinct and independent thinking centres in the brain. One works on emotion (the limbic system) and the other on logic (the neocortex). The emotional brain works much faster than the logical brain. It is what has kept us alive as a species. If you hear a loud bang, your emotional brain processes this first and triggers the urge to move before your logical brain kicks in and deduces the bang was from a book expertly pawed from its shelf by your cat. The emotional brain is continually processing the world, and even though it's part of you, you do not have much control over it. Your logic brain, however, works on facts, truths and analysis. When you watch harrowing whistleblower testimony telling of their suffering in a conspiracy theory video, your emotional brain is powerfully stirred. It's why challenging conspiracy theorists who are emotionally committed to the point of view with just logic often fails. The emotional commitment is incredibly powerful, and when you challenge them, the logic brain is short-circuited, and the emotional brain becomes defensive. In fact, the more logic and evidence you provide, the more the emotional brain digs in and refuses the new evidence. How can you use this to your advantage? Work on creating an emotional response with your content. Don't purely rely on facts and logic to persuade your audience. Try and evoke an emotional reaction through imagery, metaphors and similes. President Obama was a powerful orator and used emotion often to create a strong message. When he spoke of investing in education, he invokes emotion by saying "We believe that when she goes to school for the first time, it should be in a place where the rats don't outnumber the computer." Lesson 2: Tell a story Conspiracy theory videos don't just reel off a list of events and facts, they tell a story. Some of the more complex theories are akin to a sprawling TV series with several characters linked by circumstance. Humans have always been curators of stories. From religious texts to morality fables, we learn and process the world through stories. Stories are memorable. Most adults can recite fairytales read to us when we were children. Use a story to link together critical points within your content. Consider how "Gamification has been proven to make communities more sticky and encourage more engagement" reads compared to "It was 3am, the flicker of the TV set was the only light in the room. My palms, slick with sweat, fought to keep the controller sticks moving. Even though I had a 6am start, I couldn't put the controller down. I had to finish the quest and collect the reward. Your community is no different." Take your reader on a journey, and they're more likely to finish your content. Try and make it personal. When we read, we always try and put ourselves in the shoes of the author or the protagonist. Stories and emotion go hand in hand. Recently, the Huffington Post ran a story with the headline "One death a minute" which is a very emotive and powerful alternative to the raw fact that 1,461 Americans lost their lives to COVID-19 on the 29th July. Lesson 3: Make it easy to consume A key strength for any content creator is to know when to create long-form content and snackable content. A single meme is more potent than 300 links to PubMed. A single YouTube video can be more persuasive than an expert in her field. Conspiracy theory creators use over-simplification to reduce a complex issue into an easily digestible entertaining snack. A meme generally contains a single idea that is easy to grasp and engaging. You don't have to work very hard to understand it, your visual brain processes it in 1/10th of a second, and it triggers a moment of delight. Infographics and memes are often smart ways to create an entrance to your content. If an image containing a straightforward idea from a more complex piece of content is digested quickly, it can leave your audience wanting more, and therefore more likely to involve themselves in your more complex work. When creating long-form content, consider the use of iconography, infographics and photography. Visuals help us remember and understand content quickly. I could say that 63% of this blog was written on an iPad, but a piechart would make this easier to process and more memorable. No tin foil hats required Creating compelling content is key to building your community. Your content sets the tone, helps drive re-engagement and positions you as a key expert in your field. Using the techniques many conspiracy theory creators use to spread their narratives will help your content be more memorable and shareable A well-created story with emotional cornerstones made more accessible by key points simplified into snackable quotes or images will help your content find a wider audience, whether you believe Neil Armstrong landed on the moon or not. Przeczytaj cały wpis
  3. Legend Grid Articles Is a Page-App-Templates Suite for Database, Listings and display pages. this version is created for IPS 4.5 only as just one plugin. can be install through ACP > System > Site Features > Plugins. after installation, Templates also will be added to Pages app templates. Note: Usage of this product REQUIRED "Pages Application" from Invision. Note: This version exclusively created for IPS 4.5 // for 4.4 version, please send PM after purchase. FrontPage Demo / Listing Demo / Article Demo Features: Przeczytaj cały wpis
  4. The payment is one-time fee per version release! The most translated and supported Hebrew translation. The translation file will be updated and maintained ~once a month. The translation purpose is for Bi-sexual sentences. Plugins and extensions translated (includes partial ACP) Notes: This version can be used only in Beta IPS version. Will be release for a final release. Przeczytaj cały wpis
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    Project Oxcart

    Project Oxcart is a dark theme that I made using the new Theme editor in 4.5. It is basically a dark version of the 4.5 default theme, styled with shades of black and gray but with subtle hints of blood red, orange and slate blue. Tested on forums, blogs and gallery. I included my "React Pack" of new reaction icons to spice it up a little! They include thumbs up, thumbs down, thank you, LOL, facepalm, fist bump and WTF! I am not a full fledged theme designer (yet) this is just a turn key, custom styled theme, for your 4.5 forum, that will save you a lot of time and hassle getting a dark theme deployed! This theme is set to use the theme editor in case you would like to add more styling of your own! Przeczytaj cały wpis
  6. Dzisiejsze wydanie testowe, snapshot 20w30a wprowadza poprawki dla pozostałości bastionów oraz daje możliwość stawiania latarni pod wodą. Więcej... Przeczytaj cały wpis
  7. The World Health Organization (WHO) is the world's most trusted source of information on international health, and a foremost partner to public health agencies combating the coronavirus. They also understand the critical need for risk communication and community engagement to respond to the coronavirus pandemic -- a valuable strategy that any online community can adopt in these volatile times. In March of this year as the coronavirus was already rampaging across nations, WHO published a series of guidance for risk communication and community engagement. One of the major lessons they learned during some of the most perilous outbreaks including SARS, Ebola, and MERS was that community engagement was a critical factor in the success of containing any pandemic. Here are 3 best practices from the World Health Organization that can help online communities navigate any crisis. INFODEMICS One of the biggest problems hampering the effective treatment of coronavirus, or any major disruptive event in a community, is the excessive abundance of information - an "infodemic" from multiple and untrustworthy sources that reduces trust in any advice. The flood of information can quickly overwhelm any at-risk population. Community leaders need to proactively communicate. As WHO recommends, "One of the most important and effective interventions to any event is to proactively communicate what is known, what is unknown, and what is being done to get more information." Communication from community leaders establishes the chain of communication and establishes themselves as a source of credible information. By getting out in front of disruptive events and staying in regular communication with your members, you build trust and ensure that proper advice will be followed. PERCEPTIONS OF RISK Different groups of people perceive the same problem differently. In the case of coronavirus, WHO discovered that certain segments of the population didn't understand the risk of the virus as much as they should have - a gap of knowledge that effective communication would have addressed for different populations. Part of the goal of WHO's risk communication and community engagement is to "help transform and deliver complex scientific knowledge so that it is understood by and trusted by populations and communities." Community leaders need to tailor their communication to sub-groups. While regular announcements and general updates are important for the community at-large, it leaves knowledge gaps for different sub-groups of your community membership: clients need to be informed of service interruptions; vendors need to be informed of supply chain disruptions; superusers need to know how to direct users for help. Different stakeholders have differing needs, and each group requires customized and tailored communication to best navigate through the crisis. ADDRESSING THE UNKNOWN & MISINFORMATION One of WHO's recommended actions for leaders was to be prepared to communicate about the first coronavirus case, even before the full picture was known. Even today, much is unknown and data is still being compiled about coronavirus. But in a digital world where misinformation gets mixed in with the ease of a tweet or share, it's more important than ever to communicate factually while acknowledging uncertainty. Address uncertainty by systematically collecting questions and providing answers to all questions. In the beginning of any crisis, you won't have all the answers and events will still be unfolding. It's critical to establish an early dialogue with your community to gather concerns from members, to monitor for misinformation, and to systematically compile questions into a FAQ. Source: Risk communication and community engagement readiness and response to coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Interim guidance 19 March 2020. World Health Organization. On behalf of the entire IPS team, we wish our clients well wishes during these difficult times! Executive Summary Problems of crisis: infodemics with excess information, different perceptions of risk among sub-groups, and uncertainty with misinformation. Solutions for community leaders: proactive communication, customized communication, and addressing uncertainty. Przeczytaj cały wpis
  8. Snapshot 20w29a dla edycji Minecraft Java to tym razem tylko mała aktualizacja techniczna oraz kilkanaście poprawek błędów. Więcej... Przeczytaj cały wpis
  9. This is a modern Dark-/Night-Mode Design based on the new Invision Community 4.5 Theme. Lightweight, pure CSS, no additional graphics were used. You can see a LIVE DEMO on our site at InvisionFocus.de (select Bravo 6 in the footer). Tested with Forums, Pages and Downloads. It's well maintained, because we use it on our own website. If you find any possible bugs, we'll fix them immediately. It's free and comes without any brandings or visible copyrights. Przeczytaj cały wpis
  10. Snapshot 20w28a to kolejne wydanie testowe dla pełnego wydnia Minecraft Java 1.16.2 Wprowadzone zmiany dają nowe możliwości dla niestandardowych światów, kilka usprawnień dla serwerów oraz poprawki błędów. Więcej... Przeczytaj cały wpis
  11. Po wydaniu Aktualizacji Netheru 1.16 i małej poprawki dla usługi Realms w 1.16.1 pojawiło się kolejne wydanie, tym razem jest to snapshot 20w27a, który będzie jednym z kilku/nastu przed pełnym wydaniem 1.16.2 Więcej... Przeczytaj cały wpis
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    Hashtags

    This app looks for hashtags used by members across your board. ( Only searchable content is being look for hashtags so things like Personal Messages aren't included ). This app doesn't support ElasticSearch yet. Przeczytaj cały wpis
  13. The Proxy, VPN & Disposable Email Blocker application allows you to detect registrations made using one-time or incorrect email addresses, proxy, VPN, Tor, attackers and abusers IP addresses, as well as IP addresses from certain countries. Flexible settings allow you to take different actions depending on the threat found. This application is compatible with Invision Community 4.4 and 4.5. Integrations The application uses Email Verifier and Validator.pizza for email address validation, as well as IPS GeoIP, IP Intelligence and ipdata for IP address validation. Email Verifier detects disposable (one-time) and invalid email addresses, as well as non-existent domains. Requires free API key. Validator.pizza detects disposable (one-time) and invalid email addresses, as well as aliases. IPS GeoIP detects user's country. Requires an active Invision Community license. IP Intelligence determines whether a user uses a proxy, VPN, or Tor. ipdata determines whether a user uses a proxy, VPN, Tor, known attacker or abuser IP address, detects user's country. Requires free API key. Has free plan for non-commercial use. Application Detects Disposable email address – services for one-time inbox, such as temp-mail.us. Invalid email address – when domain doesn't exists or has no MX records. Alias email address – when one inbox has more than one address. For example, [email protected] also have aliases [email protected], [email protected], [email protected] Public proxy, VPN services and Tor nodes. Attackers or abusers IP addresses. User's country via IP geolocation. Features Flexible threats configuration. You can enable only the necessary services and catch only the threats that are important to you. For example, you can only enable blocking registrations from certain countries or hold registrations made using a proxy for manual approval. You can also enable all services at once and block all threats at once if you want. Flexible actions configuration. Each threat has its own action to be taken. This means you can configure application, for example, to block registration via Tor, ban users if they're using a proxy, and hold users from certain countries for manual approval. Taken Actions and API Requests logs. Log of all registration attempts and a decision for each of them, as well as all requests made to the validation services. You can see which threats were found, and what action was taken. You can also see the full response from the services in JSON format. Caching service responses. Responses from validation services are cached for a period of 24 hours. This means that subsequent validations of the same email or IP addresses will not cause repeated requests. This is necessary to reduce API requests and increase validation speed. Additional Information IP Intelligence requires email address for API requests. Application will use your incoming email address. IPS GeoIP requires an active Invision Community license and GeoIP Service extension enabled. Some services have requests limit. Check out services' documentation for more information. Email Verifier and ipdata require free API key. Feedback Application is actively maintained. If you have suggestion or feature request - feel free to let me know using PM or [email protected] Przeczytaj cały wpis
  14. Since the feature was announced at last year’s World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) we have received lots of requests to implement Sign in with Apple in Invision Community. We’re pleased to announce that as of 4.5 this is now available. You will need a paid Apple developer account to use it but once enabled users will be able to sign in using their Apple ID and all the convenience that brings. Touch ID and Face ID is supported natively where available and works across all your devices. Choose to share or hide your email address Isn’t it just another login button? Sign in with Apple is built on similar technologies as other login buttons such as those already available in Invision Community from Facebook, Google and Microsoft. The difference is Apple’s unique focus on privacy. On certain community types users can be reluctant to sign up when they fear they need to disclose lots of personal details. Every community is different so allowing your users to share as little or as much info as they like could be important to your success. Apple have stated that no user tracking will take place in contrast to other services where this forms a part of their business model. When signing in with their Apple ID the user can choose whether or not to share their real email address with your community. If the user chooses to hide their email address then your community will receive a relay email address that will forward to their real address. The email address used is unique to your community so the user can retain control. Can users link their existing Invision Community accounts? Yes! If a user signs in using the Apple button and shares their real email address, then providing they already have an account on your community they will be prompted to link their account in the same way as other social login buttons. They can also link an existing account from their account settings. If linking from account settings then the email addresses used do not need to match. Sign in with Apple is already enabled here on our community and is available in the 4.5 beta available to download now. Przeczytaj cały wpis
  15. Aktualizacja Netheru w Minecraft 1.16 zostanie wydana za kila godzin. Po wielu miesiącach prac doczekaliśmy się obszernych zmian w Netherze oraz wielu nowych mobów, bloków oraz innych zmian technicznych. Więcej... Przeczytaj cały wpis

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