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Hi, I'm trying to add my rp into the directory but I can't seem to find the button to submit a new entry. Are submissions closed or am I just blind and can't find the button for this? Thanks in advance for any help regarding this matter!

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Mommadragon    0

Hey! I'm glad I found this question because I was totally derping too. When I read the 10 post requirement I thought it meant 10 posts on your site not 10 posts here since it wasn't very specific.. I'm glad I'm not the only one who did that...

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Mommadragon    0

Oh no I understood that part, what I meant was the first rule that says you have to have 10 posts. What I thought that meant was 10 posts on your site not 10 posts on RPG Initiative. The rule says: You must have 10 posts or more, and I assumed that meant 10 posts on the site you want to submit to the directory.. So I was a little confused about why I couldn't find the button to submit my site until I read this thread.

 

I figured that first rule meant if you don't have 10 posts on your site it won't get approved for the directory and I'm like well that's not a problem my site has 10 posts... For people who are a little derpy like me if that first rule read 'you must have 10 posts on RPG Initiative' then I probably wouldn't have spent a while staring and refreshing the screen trying to figure out where the submit button was.

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Morrigan    6,212

We will consider updating that rule however you are the first person to bring it to our attention that it's confusing in any way in over a year.

 

As I mentioned in my last post, the second and third rules clarify how we define the difference between our site and your site (see image below). With this it means that the 10 posts are expected here as we do not use the "Your site" identifier.

 

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We use this sort of identification on many of our resources so that we are not adding redundant information for members.

 

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