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Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Base on April 4th 2014, 11:07 pm

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Hello,

Members have suggested a topic where they can ask questions for the Forumotion Team. Here, you are free to ask questions and members of staff will answer them.

Please note that the staff reserves the right to refuse to answer any question that we deem as inappropriate. This topic will also be locked if things get out of hand. Thank you.

This is NOT a place to ask for support. All questions regarding support must be done in the appropriate sections.


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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Angelo Andrei on September 18th 2015, 7:19 pm

Leah7 wrote:That depends on who owns the images and icons that you are talking about. ^^ You should ask the owner to use his or her images.
Aa.. Okey. Thanks you , @Leah7
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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Ange Tuteur on September 18th 2015, 10:00 pm

Ghost wrote:Which position did you like best?(Support Moderators, Managers, Forum Reviewers, Graphic Designers)
I've always handled technical problems as a Support Mod, although back then I was less experienced. The only difference now is that I have a better knowledge of things and much more responsibility. Wink
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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Guest on September 19th 2015, 1:34 am

Ange Tuteur wrote:
Ghost wrote:Which position did you like best?(Support Moderators, Managers, Forum Reviewers, Graphic Designers)
I've always handled technical problems as a Support Mod, although back then I was less experienced. The only difference now is that I have a better knowledge of things and much more responsibility. Wink
@Staff, what makes you keep doing your jobs if you don't get paid?

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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by SLGray on September 19th 2015, 2:58 am

Ghost wrote:
Ange Tuteur wrote:
Ghost wrote:Which position did you like best?(Support Moderators, Managers, Forum Reviewers, Graphic Designers)
I've always handled technical problems as a Support Mod, although back then I was less experienced. The only difference now is that I have a better knowledge of things and much more responsibility. Wink
@Staff, what makes you keep doing your jobs if you don't get paid?
Why do people voluntary for anything to help others.  That is why I help by being on the staff team.


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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Guest on September 19th 2015, 4:14 am

SLGray wrote:
Ghost wrote:
Ange Tuteur wrote:
Ghost wrote:Which position did you like best?(Support Moderators, Managers, Forum Reviewers, Graphic Designers)
I've always handled technical problems as a Support Mod, although back then I was less experienced. The only difference now is that I have a better knowledge of things and much more responsibility. Wink
@Staff, what makes you keep doing your jobs if you don't get paid?
Why do people voluntary for anything to help others.  That is why I help by being on the staff team.
What does the ban log-in screen look like?(When you try to login while banned)

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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by SLGray on September 19th 2015, 4:43 am

I really do not know since I have never been ban from a forum hosted by Forumotion.


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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Guest on September 24th 2015, 3:23 am

Do you think this topic will be stickied in the future? Also does PHPBB4 exist, and do you plan on upgrading your system to it?

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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by brandon_g on September 24th 2015, 3:28 am

Ghost wrote:Do you think this topic will be stickied in the future? Also does PHPBB4 exist, and do you plan on upgrading your system to it?


I am not a staff, but just had to answer this one as well. No, I do not believe there is a phpbb4, phpbb3 is the latest phpbb software, atleast as far as I know.
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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by SLGray on September 24th 2015, 4:32 am

I believe that they are working on phpBB 4, but it will be a long time before it is released.

Forumotion can only use phpBB 4 version if phpBB allows it to be used by other free host providers.


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Ange Tuteur

Post by Ace 1 on October 3rd 2015, 1:28 am

Do you pronounce your name like in an english style or a french style

Angé Tutèr

Or Angie Tutor
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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Russel on October 3rd 2015, 9:45 am

I think your question is something related here. Also, you can ask him anything in Ask the Staff topic. Thanks. Smile
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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Calιbuяn on October 3rd 2015, 10:12 am

Are you all volunteers, or are any of you actual employees of forumotion?

Is Forumotion even a company?
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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Russel on October 3rd 2015, 11:01 am

Calιbuяn wrote:Are you all volunteers, or are any of you actual employees of forumotion?

Is Forumotion even a company?

Yes, I believe English Support Forum Managers, Support Moderator, Designers and Reviewers are all volunteer staffs.

Forumotion is a French company based in France. But according to the discussion in this topic, there is a building but not called Forumotion.
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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Ange Tuteur on October 3rd 2015, 1:12 pm

In French, of course.

I think the only tricky part when reading it as English is "Ange" but to simplify it you could start with "Awn" and end with French "je" ; Awn + je, or if you already know how to say rouge you'll have no problem with the end..

This might help better though, because I'm not great at explaining pronunciation. Razz
http://www.larousse.fr/dictionnaires/francais/ange
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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by SLGray on October 3rd 2015, 7:29 pm

Calιbuяn wrote:Are you all volunteers, or are any of you actual employees of forumotion?
Yes, except for Buttercup and The GodFather.


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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Guest on October 3rd 2015, 7:35 pm

SLGray wrote:
Calιbuяn wrote:Are you all volunteers, or are any of you actual employees of forumotion?
Yes, except for Buttercup and The GodFather.
They must be special Smile @SLGray, what made you go for Forumotion, out of all the forum-providers?

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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by SLGray on October 3rd 2015, 7:37 pm

Ghost wrote:
SLGray wrote:
Calιbuяn wrote:Are you all volunteers, or are any of you actual employees of forumotion?
Yes, except for Buttercup and The GodFather.
They must be special Smile @SLGray, what made you go for Forumotion, out of all the forum-providers?
Forumotion is easier to use.  The administration panel is organized in a way that you understand it easier than other providers.


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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Guest on October 3rd 2015, 8:00 pm

SLGray wrote:
Ghost wrote:
SLGray wrote:
Calιbuяn wrote:Are you all volunteers, or are any of you actual employees of forumotion?
Yes, except for Buttercup and The GodFather.
They must be special Smile @SLGray, what made you go for Forumotion, out of all the forum-providers?
Forumotion is easier to use.  The administration panel is organized in a way that you understand it easier than other providers.
What tv shows do you like to watch?

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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by SLGray on October 3rd 2015, 8:17 pm

Ghost wrote:
SLGray wrote:
Ghost wrote:
SLGray wrote:
Calιbuяn wrote:Are you all volunteers, or are any of you actual employees of forumotion?
Yes, except for Buttercup and The GodFather.
They must be special Smile @SLGray, what made you go for Forumotion, out of all the forum-providers?
Forumotion is easier to use.  The administration panel is organized in a way that you understand it easier than other providers.
What tv shows do you like to watch?
British comedies mostly.

P.S.  Buttercup and The GodFather are employees of the company.


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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Guest on October 4th 2015, 1:53 am

SLGray wrote:
Ghost wrote:
SLGray wrote:
Ghost wrote:
SLGray wrote:
Yes, except for Buttercup and The GodFather.
They must be special Smile @SLGray, what made you go for Forumotion, out of all the forum-providers?
Forumotion is easier to use.  The administration panel is organized in a way that you understand it easier than other providers.
What tv shows do you like to watch?
British comedies mostly.

P.S.  Buttercup and The Godfather are employees of the company.
Admins work in France, right? Also why can't "Managers" be changed to "Moderators"? They Moderate every section after all.

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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by brandon_g on October 4th 2015, 2:08 am

SLGray wrote:
Calιbuяn wrote:Are you all volunteers, or are any of you actual employees of forumotion?
Yes, except for Buttercup and The GodFather.


You forgot about the techs as well.. They are paid and work for the company. Razz
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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Anzo on October 4th 2015, 2:34 am

My question goes to @Ange Tuteur

How long have you being doing coding, and how hard was it to start from zero knowledge in this field back then?
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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Russel on October 4th 2015, 6:31 am

Ghost wrote:Admins work in France, right? Also why can't "Managers" be changed to "Moderators"? They Moderate every section after all.
Managers were Global Moderators before. The group was changed to Managers because they seem to manage their respective sections and lead the team as well. Yes, they moderate the entire support forum. Smile
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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Ange Tuteur on October 4th 2015, 11:07 am

Anzo wrote:My question goes to @Ange Tuteur

How long have you being doing coding, and how hard was it to start from zero knowledge in this field back then?
I started studying HTML around February 2013 and CSS later after that. Then for about a few months I practiced with HTML and CSS by modifying templates, making HTML pages, and designing themes.

Around November of that year I began studying JavaScript and unfortunately jQuery at the same time. ( doing that caused me to make MANY errors ) I didn't actually get into the native workings of JavaScript until May 2014, and after that I've been studying and improving since. I say the best practice is to take on personal projects and read up on things a second time you're not sure about. Oooh.. and don't be afraid to fail, it happens plenty of times and is the only way you'll learn to do something right. Razz
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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Guest on October 6th 2015, 3:46 am

@Ange Tuteur, what made you become interested in becoming a member of the Forumotion team? Also if you had a chance to become a Reviewer, would you do it?

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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by brandon_g on November 7th 2015, 2:52 pm

Anyone else have anymore questions for us Razz.

I figure its time for a revive of this topic. Very Happy


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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Kratos on November 9th 2015, 11:00 pm

@Brandon_g, were you ever a Forum Reviewer in the past?
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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by brandon_g on November 9th 2015, 11:12 pm

No sir I was not. Atleast not an official staff reviewer. While I was member/helper I did write a couple reviews (2 so far) but thats all. Between school and work I don't really have time to write alot of reviews and stuff. My main contributions have been in the support section. I have been a member here for awhile, this position as a Support Moderator is the only staff position I have ever held.

-Brandon


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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by APE on November 10th 2015, 2:38 am

Anonymous wrote:
@Staff, what makes you keep doing your jobs if you don't get paid?
I can not say for all the other staff but i will answer this for my self
I like to help out not just in the FM support forum but for lots of things
My real job is a support worker for children and old people and i also work as a volunteer in a care home 3 days a week.
I feel good about my self helping others and have even made a FM site all about that to.

There is nothing better then giving some thing back to someone else it Cost nothing to do a good deed.
Christmas I go help feed the homeless down at the church and do all the cooking and serve all the food and clean up...... I am what i call my self a Do good pest :O

Calιbuяn wrote:Are you all volunteers, or are any of you actual employees of forumotion?

Is Forumotion even a company?
Yes FM is a company in its own right.

All tech staff are paid and Buttercup and The godfather
All the rest of the staff are volunteer's we all work from our own homes all over the world.



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Re: Ask the staff (No support here)

Post by Kratos on November 10th 2015, 2:42 am

@APE, is there a Vietnam Official Support Forum? If there isn't, what do they have to do for it to be added?(For Vietnam people)
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