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Re: Talker-ization of MOOs
Date: Mon, 15 May 1995 11:04:49 PDT
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In-Reply-To: Your message of "Mon, 15 May 95 08:00:09 PDT." <199505151500.AA263440010@pippo.sm.dsi.unimi.it>
< The subject line says it all <g>: how do you keep your MOO from
< turning into a talker ?
< The symptom of talkerization is: about 60% of the logged on users
< simply stay in room, usually the default .home . No matter
< how many areas you design, they just stay there.
< So, do you have similar problems ? And, how do you solve them ?
Perhaps they have no reason/incentive to leave the central room?
(i.e. they are perfectly happy in the central one). I wouldn't suggest
forcing them out, but rather luring them away with better / more fun
things available elsewhere.
Sure, you may have 1000 rooms, but if 999 of those rooms are just
TinyScenery there is no reason for anybody to go there.
the Cold Dark Virtual Environment: http://pippin.ece.usu.edu:1180/
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