by 0xe435bcd04696dfb7b6da2d6599caee29c9143cb2 (Nebby#3cb2)
I think it’s safe to say we all like events. They bring a bit of pizazz to DCL and make the world feel that much more alive. But all too often, events are completely neglected by their hosts – people stay up late and gather around spaces, only to find that nothing is actually happening on the land. There are also many events that occupy top real estate on the events page for weeks, but the event has actually concluded ages ago.
This is very frustrating and while DCL veterans may tolerate it to an extent, I feel this is extremely detrimental to the growth of the user base. I’ve brought new people into DCL before for events, and because the event doesn’t happen (either it’s delayed or completely forgotten about), the new players get frustrated and never touch DCL again.
I suspect some event hosts use the valuable real estate on the events page to market their products/services and don’t actually intend on delivering the activities they promise. Who really knows - it’s all conjecture. Nonetheless, I think users should have a way of upvoting or downvoting events so that hosts are held responsible for delivering quality experiences.
TL;DR: Implement upvoting/downvoting system for events.
- Invalid question/options
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