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  • Nane Cantatore
    Keymaster
    Rank: Illuminator
    #144

    [Also available in the following languages: Italiano, Español]

    Biblium (pl. Biblia) are the experience points on StreetLib Connect. You earn them by posting, commenting, being upvoted, registering and generally being active on the forum. Once you reach certain Biblia levels, you will be promoted to a new Rank.

    Booklines are a new concept to work and play with books, which we’d like to refine and advance with your contribution. The idea is that books are always connected with other books and a variety of other things: concepts, places, memories, events, flavors and so on. Thus, a bookline is made up of several books (at least two, but potentially infinite) that have a common connection. This link traces a path between these books and may intersect any number of other booklines. So, to track a bookline, you need to make a list of your own, with any books you think are relevant to that particular path, and say what the connection is. We think that this will be a great way to promote books (including your own), to discover new titles worth reading and to find new angles in old books. Visit the dedicated forum channel to get started.

    Channels are the main forum subdivisions. Currently, there are 8 channels: Nuts’n’bolts (technical stuff), Market (everything related to finding talents to work with), Collective (the home of collaborative writing), Booklines (the central hub for embarking on journeys through books), Tour (to find and organize book presentations and travels), StreetLib Tribe (our glass-walled office), Publishers (the public space of publishers associated with StreetLib), Voices (everything else). Please try to post your topics in the correct channel to help other users find the content they are searching for. Mods will move topics to appropriate channels whenever needed.

    Dashboard is where you can manage your Profile information. To update your profile and enter all the great things you have to say about yourself, simply click on your profile icon, select “profile” on the drop-down menu, click on the “StreetLib Dashboard” button and start writing. It may seem a bit tricky the first few times, but it’s definitely worth the effort.

    Five things are all about you: what we like and dislike speaks volumes. In your Profile you can write about books, authors, movies, songs and general stuff you deem necessary for your well-being. There are currently five, but more will be added based on your suggestions in the forum (in the Five Things subchannel of the Voices channel). We recommend you keep them public via your profile settings so other users can see who has the same or, perhaps even more interestingly, different tastes: it could be a great way to find friends, collaborators and other accomplices.

    Nine commandments are the holy rules of StreetLib Connect. Be sure to read and follow them, or else you will suffer the sacred wrath of the mods.

    Rank is the measure of how long you’ve been around in the forum and how much you’ve contributed, based on the Biblia points you earned. There are 10 ranks: Novitium (less than 1,000 Biblia), Parator (1,000 to 2,000 Biblia), Copista (2,000 to 4,000), Illuminator (4,000 to 8,000), Collator (8,000 to 16,000), Scholiator (16,000 to 32,000), Auctor (32,000 to 64,000), Bibliothecarius (64,000 to 128,000), Prior(128,000 to 256,000) and, finally, the almighty Abbas (more than 256,000 Biblia).

    StreetLib Market is the platform provided by StreetLib for any professional services related to books. Here you can find the professional you need to take your book to the next level or, if you are such a professional, you can earn the money you deserve while we take care of all the difficult bits. The channel to discuss everything related to this platform is, of course, Market.

    StreetLib tools are all the services and tools developed by StreetLib to help you write, edit, publish, sell and read great books. The Nuts’n’bolts channel is where to go if you want to learn what all these tools can do for you. Don’t forget we also have an official customer service page that contains loads of information and tips.

    User Profile is your personal page on StreetLib Connect. This is where you can say anything and everything about yourself, so please be sure to take your time to complete all the fields and keep your info up to date: new fields may be added based on your suggestions. To manage and update your profile, open the Dashboard.

    Never trust the teller, trust the tale

    Nane Cantatore, tale-teller@StreetLib

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  • Nane Cantatore
    Keymaster
    Rank: Illuminator
    #144

    [Also available in the following languages: Italiano, Español]

    Biblium (pl. Biblia) are the experience points on StreetLib Connect. You earn them by posting, commenting, being upvoted, registering and generally being active on the forum. Once you reach certain Biblia levels, you will be promoted to a new Rank.

    Booklines are a new concept to work and play with books, which we’d like to refine and advance with your contribution. The idea is that books are always connected with other books and a variety of other things: concepts, places, memories, events, flavors and so on. Thus, a bookline is made up of several books (at least two, but potentially infinite) that have a common connection. This link traces a path between these books and may intersect any number of other booklines. So, to track a bookline, you need to make a list of your own, with any books you think are relevant to that particular path, and say what the connection is. We think that this will be a great way to promote books (including your own), to discover new titles worth reading and to find new angles in old books. Visit the dedicated forum channel to get started.

    Channels are the main forum subdivisions. Currently, there are 8 channels: Nuts’n’bolts (technical stuff), Market (everything related to finding talents to work with), Collective (the home of collaborative writing), Booklines (the central hub for embarking on journeys through books), Tour (to find and organize book presentations and travels), StreetLib Tribe (our glass-walled office), Publishers (the public space of publishers associated with StreetLib), Voices (everything else). Please try to post your topics in the correct channel to help other users find the content they are searching for. Mods will move topics to appropriate channels whenever needed.

    Dashboard is where you can manage your Profile information. To update your profile and enter all the great things you have to say about yourself, simply click on your profile icon, select “profile” on the drop-down menu, click on the “StreetLib Dashboard” button and start writing. It may seem a bit tricky the first few times, but it’s definitely worth the effort.

    Five things are all about you: what we like and dislike speaks volumes. In your Profile you can write about books, authors, movies, songs and general stuff you deem necessary for your well-being. There are currently five, but more will be added based on your suggestions in the forum (in the Five Things subchannel of the Voices channel). We recommend you keep them public via your profile settings so other users can see who has the same or, perhaps even more interestingly, different tastes: it could be a great way to find friends, collaborators and other accomplices.

    Nine commandments are the holy rules of StreetLib Connect. Be sure to read and follow them, or else you will suffer the sacred wrath of the mods.

    Rank is the measure of how long you’ve been around in the forum and how much you’ve contributed, based on the Biblia points you earned. There are 10 ranks: Novitium (less than 1,000 Biblia), Parator (1,000 to 2,000 Biblia), Copista (2,000 to 4,000), Illuminator (4,000 to 8,000), Collator (8,000 to 16,000), Scholiator (16,000 to 32,000), Auctor (32,000 to 64,000), Bibliothecarius (64,000 to 128,000), Prior(128,000 to 256,000) and, finally, the almighty Abbas (more than 256,000 Biblia).

    StreetLib Market is the platform provided by StreetLib for any professional services related to books. Here you can find the professional you need to take your book to the next level or, if you are such a professional, you can earn the money you deserve while we take care of all the difficult bits. The channel to discuss everything related to this platform is, of course, Market.

    StreetLib tools are all the services and tools developed by StreetLib to help you write, edit, publish, sell and read great books. The Nuts’n’bolts channel is where to go if you want to learn what all these tools can do for you. Don’t forget we also have an official customer service page that contains loads of information and tips.

    User Profile is your personal page on StreetLib Connect. This is where you can say anything and everything about yourself, so please be sure to take your time to complete all the fields and keep your info up to date: new fields may be added based on your suggestions. To manage and update your profile, open the Dashboard.

    Never trust the teller, trust the tale

    Nane Cantatore, tale-teller@StreetLib

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