The debate "Developers dropped this app and now its almost terrible" was started by
June 4, 2020, 4:05 pm.
33 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 29 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
safalcon7 posted 8 arguments to the agreers part.
Nemiroff posted 7 arguments, Allirix posted 2 arguments, orion33 posted 1 argument to the disagreers part.
safalcon7, Indra_Sharma and 31 visitors agree.
Allirix, orion33, gowtama, Light, Nemiroff, amazestep18, AerichJ, therascal, Maxxx and 20 visitors disagree.
It probably wouldn't be too hard to create a new app, or website, the format of this one is pretty basic. I'd have to look into it but it's possible discord would work especially if you could find or create a suitable bot that would assist in creating Different debate feeds
their setup is superior if a structured debate is what your looking for, but i am quite busy irl and have failed to meet the assigned schedule on that site before. i am currently just debating on my free time and prefer a more casual experience.
thank you for understanding, i will work on my response later tonight.
Nemiroff I have restarted our debate here since ur not interested in anywhere else. So, I request you to go back to the thread and present your second argument. thanks
This app is alright, especially if you consider it hasn't seen development for 4 years.
yeah that is a website. but i feel thier setup is better than this app.
if its ok, i prefer to debate here. the browser is uncomfortable for a mobile user.
and i invited you to the same thread. so hope we'll do it there.
i guess i messaged u on debatearts.com.
what do you mean scaleable? number of users? i thought that scaling would mostly be a server issue, with some basic associated code.
how long would it take 1 man to code that? assuming art and sfx are provided.
If I had the time I could probably develop something like that, polishing it off and making it scalable would take some time and money though. Also, for the last game, my girlfriend at the time designed the art. I am horrible at graphic design. If I was good I'd probably be making my own indie games haha.
viber, whatsapp, telegram, messenger, wechat. all the same thing.
i have an account on debateart. name is nemiroff. i also go as nemiroff151 seeing as nemiroff has suddenly become taken in some places. this is my gaming and debate name.
you can message me on debateart.com
we can all make an account there for pming, join some debates if we want, and maybe convert some people to the app. they also have a structured debate format with limited rounds and times.
what do you think about designing a game that looks similar to "age of warring empires" on android. theres gonna be a more detailed progression tree, trade, and cross server interactions, but i don't think that will increasing coding complexity too much.
do you think this is something that can be done by a single person with reason? or am i totally underestimating the task at hand?
im on debateart.com, but im mostly on my mobile, so websites have their own problems that balance out app glitches. sure this app crashes or screws up in posting, but websites have a habit of reloading after some time or if i shrink the browser ... and then i lose all my work anyway.
i prefer apps, and this is the only half way decent app on android. iphone has debateMe.
What other applications have you tried? I've seen people recommend debate.org and Kialo
I made a basic mobile game for android using Android studio (Java), but it was a very long time ago and I have since learned it is better to use C# because it can compile into Android and ios.
whatabout viber? i never used so dont know bout it. another one is Chat rooms. See if that suits u nemiroff.
im looking for it
whats app and facebook verify stuff as far as i know. something that just needs email verification would be great.
you can always use a separate id if u dont want to disclose your identity. not a problem there.
i think i asked you before, but do you know how to develop mobile games?
if you can find a chat that doesnt require phone number or real name identification, sure. id rather keep my political name seperate from my real life.
why dont we connect on a separate platform like on social media so we could really engage.
My offer still stands to begin development on a new one if we can find another developer to help. I don't have the time to do it all myself, plus there are hosting fees
i don't remember the dev ever being here, and the app has been pretty stable since.
i think its a good app. the simple layout, like a conversation, is actually quite nice. more complex systems got quickly out of hand in my experience.