Developer P0rn: Prototype Submission Review Pages

Just to keep you all informed, here are some screenshots of some prototype (but operational) Submission Review Pages.

Important Notes

  • These are PROTOTYPE pages. The actual pages may differ significantly.
  • Please don’t infer anything about the Submissions Review Algorithm, Scoring, etc from these PROTOTYPE pages.

Of course, Constructive Suggestions are Welcome, as long as everyone understands we’re just getting this all put together.

I can’t emphasize enough how big a change this is for There. SamSyn has eliminated a ton of existing, cobbled-together-with-baling-wire-and-sticks systems, and is building a single, integrated product submissions flow that will get designs straight from the Developer’s Imaginations into There for you to enjoy (NOT to be confused with “mind-to-mind communication” :-)).

Ok, maybe not THAT smooth, but you get the idea :-).

P.S. SamSyn also covered this here

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  1. #1 by drfire on 2012.08.15 - 5:07 am

    can’t wait to be 18 years old 😀

  2. #2 by Francis_7 on 2012.08.07 - 7:36 am

    Fantastic progress!

  3. #3 by Kattwomann on 2012.08.06 - 9:58 am

    Considering the title…I’m disappointed you didn’t use my “peach” in the prototype pics! :-p

  4. #4 by Mooly on 2012.08.06 - 7:28 am

    Samsyn: My Hero

  5. #5 by Sassybeme There on 2012.08.05 - 3:57 pm

    Now I don’t know how possible this would be, up to you to decide. Is it possible during a review, that if it is set as you have it now with no boxes checked it should pass. That if, it uses the try it with no fail as the points of good review? I think it should have a box saying pass. But what if someone tries it but don’t click the box to pass? Is there a way for the system to count that?

    Also Is it possible that if we cancel the review deciding we don’t like some thing about it. Can we resubmit using the same name rather then v1 or v3 kind of thing? Will it be removed from our submission page if rejected by us before approval?

    I do kind of like this path of submissions. I really disliked the whole swapping model thing to test as before. This is a great step forward with items that we weren’t able to test in workzones.
    Would it be possible if we had a second submission some what? After we submit, we review it in world, if we don’t like cancel. IF we do like it, click a box and put up for review? I think this might kind of help with the script light items. Didn’t they have to be set up after submission before listing?

    I’m so kind of liking all this flexibility. So impressed! 😀

  6. #6 by jimuari on 2012.08.05 - 12:48 pm

    Thanks for all the hard work. It will be great to be able to develope again. I think Meret may have a valid point about requiring a selection by the reviewer to ensure it actually represents what they think

  7. #7 by Meret on 2012.08.05 - 6:16 am

    I think it’s a bad idea to ask people to leave the review form blank if nothing wrong is found. A valid response should always require a selection by the user to ensure it actually represents what they think. Any that get confused by the instructions might hit submit thinking there is more to the process.

  8. #8 by Riot_Girl_1 on 2012.08.04 - 11:23 am

    WOOO One step closer! Thans for posting and thanks to Samsyn for all the hard work! It’s looking great! I can’t wait to be able to develop again ❤

  9. #9 by Mr_Perry on 2012.08.04 - 9:15 am

    Everytime I think ya’ll can’t amaze me any more…..
    Kudoes to Samsyn and everyone at there.com!

  10. #10 by Babs There on 2012.08.04 - 8:46 am

    What a leap forward! ‘tu The PROTOTYPE pages are looking great.

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