Ren'Py specific questions should be posted in the Ren'Py Questions and Annoucements forum, not here.
Anyone is welcome to contribute .
Yep, both of those things are possible - I'll definitely sort the links out tomorrow for the entries tomorrow.DaFool wrote:Is it possible to post also a link to the games homepage being reviewed, as well as screenshot? (I barely experimented with bloggers, so I'm not sure if you need wordpress, etc for more graphic-intensive blogs)
Off topic, the terms of service for the Picasa Web Albums (Google lmage service linked with this blog) look really... harsh . http://picasa.google.com/intl/en_US/web/tos.html
I'll want to do a review of Kykuit if that's okay - I'm not sure when I'll get around to do it, but if there is only one review per game, don't snatch it away from me please, I love that game so much and I'd like to do an article.
From what Mr. E and I have talked about, we weren't planning on limiting the reviews to one per game - although we were only planning on doubling up (or tripling etc) once all of the games have been once. It's definitely not a hard and fast rule though - if there's a game that anyone feels strongly about and wants to review, please do so, even if it's already been done . In particular, some of the more polarising games probably need multiple reviews.mikey wrote:I'll want to do a review of Kykuit if that's okay - I'm not sure when I'll get around to do it, but if there is only one review per game, don't snatch it away from me please, I love that game so much and I'd like to do an article.
I'm looking forward to reading your Kykuit article .
The other thing I'd suggest is to hide the bulk of the full reviews behind a "more" link (I'm sorry, I can't remember how to do it in blogger, but I think it's pretty easy?) to declutter the main page a bit and make it easier to scroll through without accidentally reading a spoiler.
Hmm, I glanced over it but didn't see anything too draconian... the big ones I usually watch for are weird rights grabs and extremely anti-adult content rules. Google's usually pretty good about both of those?Ignosco wrote:Off topic, the terms of service for the Picasa Web Albums (Google lmage service linked with this blog) look really... harsh . http://picasa.google.com/intl/en_US/web/tos.html
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Edit: Pygmalion Synopsis and Review posted, Links added from the Synopsis to the Ren'Ai Archives homepage.
Just had a look at the expandable post summaries, to hide the content of the review. From what I can understand with my zero programming skills, it seems like it has to be programmed into the page template, and then added to each review. I'm surprised it wasn't directly available .
Edit: The Nettestadt Troll synopsis/review has been posted
The blog has already been moved once, so I'm not sure if we'll end up shifting it again. It should be possible to delete the 'read more' from the entries where no text is 'hidden' (I think the current template puts that by default at the end of each review if it hasn't been used in the main body of text). I've got no idea how to fix it - hopefully Mr. E will be able to do it.