For me it's WHs for ESRC, connection to Signal Cartel folks, and exciting/dangerous hacking. Null is for ISK, connection to other players, and relaxing hacking. I find in Null I have to watch Local always, so I'm not in alliance chat as much – but locals often wave and I enjoy meeting them.
I'm skilling toward running sites, it'll be interesting to learn if the trade-offs are the same for that.
@Lucas-Ballard it is inactive. Gorgan went inactive and was kicked after months of not logging in. As a member initiative and not a corp program, the Translations effort is a project that could be taken on by anyone who wants to.
I deliberately did not chime in on this because I wanted to see how others would respond. Clearly, our new Signaleer @Aliza-Kootz did not have bad intentions, quite the opposite from what I see and with a sense of humor which of course we love. But as @Thrice-Hapus and other Signaleers have shared here, the it often involves some careful thought (and experience, too) to act in a neutral manner and conduct oneself in a manner becoming the Credo. No harm, no foul...it's a learning experience for all of us (and thus why I love me a good Credo discussion!!!). Many thanks to @Liberty-Prime for sharing the third party perspective...it is great to see your addition to the discussion! And though you did not mean to, @Aliza-Kootz, thank YOU for prompting this discussion! It helps everyone understand our expectations of our members a little better!
p.3 - oh yeah it really works as you described, with the arrows UP/DOWN, but - I suppose that some additions to the UI are required, to make it more intuitive usable for the users. It's difficult to guess that these values are changeable in this way.
p.4 - I tested in Chrome, Safari and Firefox-
Safari = zoom
Firefox = scroll, as before!!!
Nice finding, but I think it would be better to include this as the option in the Preferences section.
p.5 possibly you're right.
So, summing up, I will forward the remained questions to the discord channel, many thanks for comments!
Be sure to leave a comment about your first (almost) tend in the "First Activity" thread in the SAR category so you can get your welcome gift. And thank you for your help. Your next tend will go great, I am sure!