You see your friends' minor activities even if they're from an app you don't like.
Users should be able to hide activities by app. So, say, no Open Farm Game updates.
I'm trying to implement it. Where could I put the user's "apps blacklist" ?
So, here are my thoughts on the subject:
As for UI, yes, we'll need a Web form like the settings and accoutn
My big concern is that this is a lot of work, and it doesn't seem like the right time to do it. I for one would much rather have a working Android app than filter out people watering onions.
Could we do a quick fix on this and just turn off the watering notifications on OFG? That might turn down the noise a lot?
Oh, sorry for PGPing my reply) What about turning off notifications about planting also?
@pztrn c'mon, man. Really?
It's a proposal and nothing more :) What's the point of this messages - I don't understand at all. Or, at least, make an option in OFG users settings about "not sending".
@pztrn the whole point is to show how social games can work on the pump network.
Most social games have a viral loop; you show people in the network that you're playing the game, and they click the link to see what you're doing. It's supposed to be fun.
wouldn't it be enough for a start to minimize OFG's updates to one per each? like when i'm watering 20+ fields of strawberries, not 20+ updates but only one 'march watered strawberries'?