Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Writing Forums Staff, Apr 27, 2014.
Thanks for clearing that out
Very useful tutorial. Thanks!
I have 20 posts but I can't see the debate thread. I know I can't post which is fine (I probably won't post there anyway) but I am curious to see how it works.
i suspect the guide is out of date and you can't see them until 90/100 but tbh you arent missing a lot - it works like any other forum, theres not much structured debate going on
I would expect this to be the case. If I remember correctly we decided to up the "view" requirement to match the "participate" requirement for consistency, and to eliminate "I can view but not post!?!?" questions.
I'm not exactly 100% sure, though.
ETA: Changed to guide to match your observations. Will have to verify with Daniel that it's correct at some point, but no one knows when that will happen...
Thanks for the rules
thanks for the info.
Hey morning folks from the east coast. Do I post my intro here?
Post it here: New Member Introductions
I agree with the rules but what about the non native they want to learn
What about them ? We've got a lot of non native writers on this site (although its not specifically a site for learning english), you'll find some resources to help with grammar , spelling etc in the resources section
The forum is open to people from all over the world, as long as posts are kept in English. This way we can bring people from different cultures, languages, etc. together to share their experiences and help each other out. Unfortunately, we cannot help you if you are looking for help with for example grammar in languages other than English.
Other aspects of writing, like plot development, settings, and characters, we can help with. As long as questions are asked in English, we will help you regardless where you are from.
(I, for example, am from Sweden. The forum can't help me write in Swedish, but I can still make good use of the many discussions here.)
Haven't finished reading it, thanks for the intro.
Separate names with a comma.