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    They are intended to. The rear pyramids on the backs of the pods are removable aerodynamic fairings. These can be removed to place cargo inside and then replaced before flight to restore the aerodynamics to normal.

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    Pods like the ones shown in these photographs.Very few people have shown much interest in the pods, so I have not published them thus far.

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  • OrigamiAirEnforcer commented on pseaton's forum topic Profile Page Updates2 months ago

    Yes, but who is "one" in this? You cannot learn about me or anyone else by looking at notifications of others' actions on my profile page or others users'.Far from making people more recognizable and unique, the changes we've seen here deemphasize the person who the page is supposed to belong to, defeating the notions of self and individuality.Under the old layout, the profile page was dedicated to its user, their content and their favorites with anything from others attached below on the Orangeboard. Nowadays, the other users' activities which are the focus; the user and their content are the sideshow. It's not exactly the progress some people would like to claim it to be--in fact, "a step back" would be a more apt description. As I have said before, "this layo...see more »Yes, but who is "one" in this? You cannot learn about me or anyone else by looking at notifications of others' actions on my profile page or others users'.Far from making people more recognizable and unique, the changes we've seen here deemphasize the person who the page is supposed to belong to, defeating the notions of self and individuality.Under the old layout, the profile page was dedicated to its user, their content and their favorites with anything from others attached below on the Orangeboard. Nowadays, the other users' activities which are the focus; the user and their content are the sideshow. It's not exactly the progress some people would like to claim it to be--in fact, "a step back" would be a more apt description. As I have said before, "this layout is not what [the developers] believe it to be."

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  • OrigamiAirEnforcer commented on pseaton's forum topic Profile Page Updates2 months ago

    Orienting the feed vertically--at least on mobile--might be a wiser solution than making things smaller.

    Orienting the feed and spotlighted instructables vertically--at least on mobile--might be a wiser solution than making things smaller.

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  • I'd give users (the profile's owner) control over the feed. That is a fair enough change in my view.

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  • The statement given thus far regarding parts of this one (the activity feed in specific) has been "love it or hate it, it's here to stay." That's verbatim.I imagine that for the most part that'll be true for the whole bit, minus a few modifications.

    The problem of comment order becomes increasingly acute as the time intervals increase.Certain comments rely on the order being upheld. For instance, in an earlier reply to you elsewhere, I mentioned "the comment above" as the reference. I was surprised to find after the fact that our conversation had altered the order of the thread, rendering the sequencing out of order.As I remember it, Instructables already had time and date stamped comments before it moved to this more simplistic system.

    Even before the press release in the other section was posted I had already forecasted that the new layout would not see any major alterations or reversals.My confidence in feedback is not shaken by the response as much as the tone of it. The statement made said in no uncertain terms that, regardless of how it was received, the activity feed would be put in. That is why I questioned the point in submitting feedback.

    I fully understand and agree.This idea that people would be able (much less willing) to sift through a mountain of largely unrelated notifications to hunt down something they are looking for seems frankly absurd to me. It's like I quipped a while back: under the old forum layout, finding a forum topic post by someone under the old layout 1 or 2 clicks on their profile page. Nowadays, the estimate for how long it could take you to yield such results is simply open ended. I honestly cannot tell you how buried these things could get because the potential is so great.

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  • OrigamiAirEnforcer commented on pseaton's forum topic Profile Page Updates2 months ago

    "You're contradicting yourself. One second you're saying people are going to have to dig stuff out of the feed, and the next, you're saying that there's none of your content in the feed, because it's filled with other people's actions."To begin with, those two statements are not mutually exclusive. Second, people will have to dig through the feed to find anything they wish to find because if it is anything but new it will most likely have been dropped in the feed through some levels over progressive days. (I am sure forum threads I initiated years ago would prove to be quite a chore to find now for any roaming user.) Third, my feed--and no doubt others' too--is filled with other people's actions. At present count, 14 of 30 actions on the feed automatically shown are other u...see more »"You're contradicting yourself. One second you're saying people are going to have to dig stuff out of the feed, and the next, you're saying that there's none of your content in the feed, because it's filled with other people's actions."To begin with, those two statements are not mutually exclusive. Second, people will have to dig through the feed to find anything they wish to find because if it is anything but new it will most likely have been dropped in the feed through some levels over progressive days. (I am sure forum threads I initiated years ago would prove to be quite a chore to find now for any roaming user.) Third, my feed--and no doubt others' too--is filled with other people's actions. At present count, 14 of 30 actions on the feed automatically shown are other users' (with plenty of duplication in the notifications too). If not for my being vocal on the forums, this fraction would be even larger. Finally, I have not said that "none" of my content is in the feed, I have said that viewers will have to hunt it down. Notifications from myself, not others, will quickly become the minority as soon as my activity on the forums tapers off."This picture of the top of your feed shows two instances of an ible showing up on your profile page that isn't in your top 5. There were many more of your ibles further down the feed."There were 9 instructables shown in the feed; of those, 5 were ones which had been featured and one of those 5 was a spotlight selection. Though one can never be absolute, I suspect it's more likely the inertia of being featured and visible elsewhere that is carrying them onto the feed than the profile page. The lack of an indication of what total number there are is a major fault--particularly so for a maker with as many projects as myself. 402 is a number that leaves a lot of room for many to be left behind--especially if they start out as unknown as they are now."If what you want people to see is your ibles, then they are seeing just as many, if not more, on your profile page via the top 5 and the feed. Besides, is one less ible space on your profile page really that big of a deal? There were only 6 before."I'd prefer 6--or 5 if we must cut--with bigger images as we had versus what we have now. The header is inefficient in its use of space, particularly on mobile where half the screen is site/user headers.

    "Feel free to include a link in your bio to the explore pages with your own username included."If I put the link in the "about me" section, the link cannot be launched directly--anyone wishing to use it would have to copy the link and put it into their URL bar themselves manually. If I put it into my website section, I will not be able to use that for linking to what I'd like it to--my website. Currently, I have linked my account to my Twitter feed with the website section because that is where my audience may connect with me for updates on my content. As you can see, either way, some sort of capability is being cut.Is there a plan to restore the filters on the profile page itself any time soon? Or is this improvised solution all that's on the horizon?

    "What maze? There is one button click to see all your ibles just like before."To see any of my content--minus instructables (though they do lack filters)--people will now have to hunt it down in an activity feed that is filled with notifications from other users, not me. As I get favorites and subscriptions aren't rare for my content, dozens of entries are added to this feed per week. This buries whatever the roaming viewer might be looking for.Under the old layout, finding things I initiated was a simple matter--regardless of whether or not they actually cared to look into it."They aren't saying they're trying to make it easier to get this information. They're saying most don't look at it, so they've taken it out or moved it."That's what I do not get. Traditionall...see more »"What maze? There is one button click to see all your ibles just like before."To see any of my content--minus instructables (though they do lack filters)--people will now have to hunt it down in an activity feed that is filled with notifications from other users, not me. As I get favorites and subscriptions aren't rare for my content, dozens of entries are added to this feed per week. This buries whatever the roaming viewer might be looking for.Under the old layout, finding things I initiated was a simple matter--regardless of whether or not they actually cared to look into it."They aren't saying they're trying to make it easier to get this information. They're saying most don't look at it, so they've taken it out or moved it."That's what I do not get. Traditionally, most websites make things easier for the viewer and/or get more viewership. This accomplishes neither and, in general, works against both."I have seen tons of my old instructables on my profile page in the last few days. To top it off, they are clearly clickable and will surely lead viewers to them. So, with the addition of being able to customize the ibles at the top of the page, there's more ibles on my profile page than ever."With only five instructables now visible upon clicking on the page (down from 6), I believe I will soon be seeing a drop in viewership in general, with a further (and perhaps even more substantial) drop owing to the lack of total instructables indicated. As they are hidden, my 397 other instructables are now in such a situation as to possibly go unknown. Even on the page where they are at, they are not filtered by the usual measures as they once were. This isn't likely to make things easier for my viewers, which will likely just aggravate them."I'm sure your feed is full of unhappy comments on similar threads, clearly showing how you engage with the community."I am not the sort of person to stand by while problems persist. As a result, I am often the one who lays ou tthe problems in the midst of the community. It's not popular, but I do not expect it to be.Most of the my engagement with the community is as a content creator; it's what I do best and I see it as being generally more productive than anything else can really do around here.

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  • Most of the feedback I have seen has been ambivalent at best.I personally see the disorganized mess as being a snipe hunt for those looking for the information--not a simpler configuration. Sorting through a huge list with entries from any number of unrelated people is hardly simple in my eyes.

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  • OrigamiAirEnforcer commented on pseaton's forum topic Profile Page Updates2 months ago

    If those numbers are accurate and only 9.7% of views proceeded to the full Instructables list, I'd say that viewership on instructables is now poised to take a nose dive. There are now only 5 instructables shown upon loading the page (versus 6) plus whatever number are carried under that sub-tab.Only about 10% historically went to that page anyway per these numbers, but now that number is quite likely to drop as useful filters on that sub-tab (views/featured/popular) are now gone.My point in bringing up forum topics was less about them in specific as it was pointing out the lack of ease that the new layout imposes. If 0.018% of viewers went looking for forum posts via the tabs before--when it was one or two clicks to get to--I can only imagine what it will be now that finding such thing...see more »If those numbers are accurate and only 9.7% of views proceeded to the full Instructables list, I'd say that viewership on instructables is now poised to take a nose dive. There are now only 5 instructables shown upon loading the page (versus 6) plus whatever number are carried under that sub-tab.Only about 10% historically went to that page anyway per these numbers, but now that number is quite likely to drop as useful filters on that sub-tab (views/featured/popular) are now gone.My point in bringing up forum topics was less about them in specific as it was pointing out the lack of ease that the new layout imposes. If 0.018% of viewers went looking for forum posts via the tabs before--when it was one or two clicks to get to--I can only imagine what it will be now that finding such things is a hunt for those items in a potentially huge and dynamic activity feed. In light of that, I doubt viewers will be enticed to search for forum content. Based on what's happening, I'd say a drop in viewership to that sort of content is not far off--potentially across the board with other content too.

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  • YouTube is certainly something I do wish to move into. I have given a fair amount of thought to what I wish to do and how, I have just been too preoccupied with other things to proceed further than I have.

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  • It tends to lag.According to their post, they've worked to fix that. However, my experience is to just leave it be for a half hour or so and it should take after that.

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  • OrigamiAirEnforcer commented on pseaton's forum topic Profile Page Updates2 months ago

    From what I gather here, the public profile page visible to the public is, in general, as it will be for the foreseeable future. On the other hand, our own personal profile pages will be reworked in the future to make the interface more accessible.I do not care about navigating through my own portfolio--I've done it for 7 years, it's not a concern. What is a concern to me is the fact that my audience must now navigate through a Byzantine maze to get to seeing my content. Based on your statements, it appears I can only figure that my audience will be having more of the same and that I may indeed join them in that to boot.-------------------"Our old member page, say what you will, had a lot of buttons and options. On the whole, we know that most people don't take the trouble to dri...see more »From what I gather here, the public profile page visible to the public is, in general, as it will be for the foreseeable future. On the other hand, our own personal profile pages will be reworked in the future to make the interface more accessible.I do not care about navigating through my own portfolio--I've done it for 7 years, it's not a concern. What is a concern to me is the fact that my audience must now navigate through a Byzantine maze to get to seeing my content. Based on your statements, it appears I can only figure that my audience will be having more of the same and that I may indeed join them in that to boot.-------------------"Our old member page, say what you will, had a lot of buttons and options. On the whole, we know that most people don't take the trouble to drill down into the various categories."If that was your goal, you've missed the mark. Far from reducing the amount of drilling a person must do to find anything, the work to find things has only been increased.At this moment, if I wish to find an old forum topic I wrote months ago without using my private portfolio or sifting through the forums, I must now hunt it down in a gigantic list on my profile page which contains hundreds of notifications that "(user) has favorited (instructable)" or "(user) has subscribed to OrigamiAirEnforcer" and so on.Under the old profile layout it was one, maybe two clicks. They were not terribly hard to find.---------------"Forum posts used to live buried under a tab on the left; now, the contribution of a forum topic can appear right at the top if that's how the author participates in the community. We wanted to see how authors engage, and we felt it was ultimately more important than being able to drill through every piece of historical content hierarchically."The changes as they are have not raised forum posts or things like them so much as they have buried everything more equally. As above, the more disorganized layout of things now has made things harder to find, and thereby, less likely to be found.----------------"The old profile page served 'my view of me' and 'my audience's view of me' somewhat evenly. With the changes we've made, and the changes in the pipeline, we're taking a stance. The public page is for my audience, the private page is for me. We're confident the new design better serves authors' audiences, even if it has some weaknesses for the author's own view. The author-centric side is coming, please hang in there!"I would like it if my public profile page were for my audience--and indeed, I guess it really is for my audience nowadays. Most of my profile page is dedicated to what my audience is doing: favoriting, subscribing, leaving me smiley faces or the occasional spam comment. That's lovely...except that most of my audience is probably more concerned with what I have been doing rather than what people like them have been doing. It's not an unreasonable conclusion to draw that most of the people who have visited my profile page went there to see what I, OrigamiAirEnforcer, have done. Unfortunately, nowadays they will see less of that and more of what others have done since notifications from me are few and far between compared to my audience's. That probably isn't going to go over so well with my viewers' or others when they visit other content creators' pages.----------------Re: Surfacing Older ContentNoble concept, but not one that is well served by the layout we now have.-----------------Re: Top-Five ProjectsUnder the old layout, this would have been a very nice feature. The five selected projects would have the displayed total number of projects prominent right next to them in the sidebar. With this layout, however, things are different. There is no outward indication of how many other projects the author has posted. As a result, the number of instructables posted by a person could be mistaken to only be 5 total.For a person such as myself, (having made 402 instructables at the time of this writing), this means only a tiny fraction of my projects are visible on first glance and to the roaming viewer, the others are completely unknown--absent some exploration by them. It would not be unlikely for the average viewer to make the incorrect conclusion that this mere 1.25% of my content is all that I have posted, solely based on the lack of information given under the new layout.----------"Activity Feed. Love it or hate it, it's here to stay."If things are going to be "like it or lump it" (as you say they will be with this), what point is there in bothering submitting feedback?Earlier today, I made a response to another person's comment on the activity feed, the problems it presents to authors and their content and what might be done about it. This was part of my comment:"I personally doubt anything will be done about [the activity feed]. I don't think the powers that be value content enough to reverse this mistake."Lo and behold, the problems it will cause for content creators are not enough to convince the administration to institute change--instead, what we have is "here to stay.""We believe that the activity feed, with the 'top Instructables' feature in particular, makes it much easier to determine at a glance how a member participates."This works great in theory...except the only things visible of my participation for the most part are those "top Instructables." Viewers favoriting and commenting on my instructables are not my participation in the community--nor are people subscribing to me.With the activity feed as it is, there is actually very little indication of what I do or how I participate. Far less than the old layout wherein comments at the very least were immediately visible.-------------"We'll also be looking carefully at how the page looks, making sure that we aggregate activity events such that no one event type (ahem, favorites!) takes over, etc."Why not simply make the profile page customizable by its user? As the subject of my profile page, I would like to make the decisions over what is shown so that nothing of any particular type overwhelms what I do not want it to.Perhaps you could even make it possible to allow users to revert their profiles to the old layout...---------------I care about Instructables' well being...that's why I oppose the changes as they are. The developers no doubt had the best of intentions, but I must again warn them that this layout is not what they believe it to be.-OAE

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  • It is indeed a serious issue.However, I personally doubt anything will be done about it. I don't think the powers that be value content enough to reverse this mistake.

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  • No button to even look at other subscribers; only your first 120 unless you rewrite the URL manually.

    On mobile it's even worse--you get a whopping 1.5 instructables visible on first glance; you have to actively look to see more to find further ones.Contest wins lack their unique achievement patches--but at least those accomplishments are still visible at all. Regular patches between users do not even get that, making them effectively worthless.Things aren't what they used to be.

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  • "Just a question... Has anyone sent you pictures of an airplane that they made from one of your designs?"If you mean examples of my airplanes made by others to my specifications, yes. The Turbo UltraVulcan probably has the largest number of viewer submitted photos.If you meant a derivative of one of my designs developed by a viewer, these do turn up--albeit more rarely.As far as videos go, they're something I've wanted to do for some time, but have never conquered. Being a one man operation as I am, launching a paper airplane and then filming it is not a particularly easy task. I will have to figure out a way to overcome the problems with that setup before I can frequently use it.

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  • I would not be at all surprised if they commit to the new profile page layout. Rather than valuing things on their merits, people nowadays feel that the simple creation of something makes it equal to whatever like it was around--without regard for actual capabilities.The new layout is objectively inferior to the previous setup, but it will likely remain because too many people are unwilling to face the fact that sometimes they make things that aren't quite as good as they thought they'd be.

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  • Based on what I've always been told about contests, the only thing that matters is your photographs and text.Those are the sole determinants of whether or not your project is original and thereby eligible (assuming the subject fits the contest).

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  • This is about all there is to it--and I'm not even sure the activity feed would be something for the public.These changes were not needed to be so radical. In making them what they are, things have been worsened.

    "I also can't set "Set promoted items" to work, either in Firefox or Chrome. I click the button and it just brings up a pop-up window with the same 5 Instructables that are already there - none of my other ones are available to swap in. Hopefully that's just a bug that will be fixed soon."It did not catch for a while when I set it either; after some time, it did show up. I think the system is just running on a bit of lag."Also not crazy about the news-feed ish feature (I've seen complaints in other threads about how it's pretty cluttered by things like people favoriting individual projects, as opposed to activity by the author); or how if you go to "All Instructables", all the sort options are gone. Maybe they did this as a way to help less-pop...see more »"I also can't set "Set promoted items" to work, either in Firefox or Chrome. I click the button and it just brings up a pop-up window with the same 5 Instructables that are already there - none of my other ones are available to swap in. Hopefully that's just a bug that will be fixed soon."It did not catch for a while when I set it either; after some time, it did show up. I think the system is just running on a bit of lag."Also not crazy about the news-feed ish feature (I've seen complaints in other threads about how it's pretty cluttered by things like people favoriting individual projects, as opposed to activity by the author); or how if you go to "All Instructables", all the sort options are gone. Maybe they did this as a way to help less-popular projects get a leg up, since if people are sorting by views and popularity all the time, that creates a feedback loop where the less popular ones never get any exposure?"The only vaguely positive change was the featured content selection capability. Considering that the costs for it were huge (fewer instructables shown, not indications for how many projects/subscribers the user has, the elimination of patches and the generally unintuitive design of the page), it was clearly not worth it. I am sure that they could have integrated the function to the old layout, as they should have. Instead, we got this.

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  • OrigamiAirEnforcer commented on Yonatan24's forum topic The New Update3 months ago

    Mobile works the same as desktop. There is no big difference to them except that even less content from the viewer is visible upon loading the page (only about 1.5 instructables versus 5).I am not sure as to whether or not many people wished for changes like these--but if they did, they have only confirmed that they should not be trusted with such responsibilities. This was not a good development. Once again content has been deemphasized and made a sideshow. Makers have a harder time showing off their content and viewers have a hard time finding it. There is nothing of any substantial value in this new design.

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  • "They probably click on your Instructable thinking that they're going to get a "fold this part, now fold that piece like that. Now flip it upside down, and fold that in half"."Some of my very early efforts were similar to that due both to the far greater simplicity of designs at the time, as well as an inattention to preciseness. As things have gotten a bit more precise, more detailed instructions have become crucial for success. People need to understand that although things may look elaborate at a glance, for the most part this is only looks--not actuality.What they then see is extremely detailed Instructions, which are not they were looking for. Simple. They should have searched on YouTube...I have put serious consideration into making video tutorials for my ai...see more »"They probably click on your Instructable thinking that they're going to get a "fold this part, now fold that piece like that. Now flip it upside down, and fold that in half"."Some of my very early efforts were similar to that due both to the far greater simplicity of designs at the time, as well as an inattention to preciseness. As things have gotten a bit more precise, more detailed instructions have become crucial for success. People need to understand that although things may look elaborate at a glance, for the most part this is only looks--not actuality.What they then see is extremely detailed Instructions, which are not they were looking for. Simple. They should have searched on YouTube...I have put serious consideration into making video tutorials for my aircraft; however, thus far I have not actually done it because time spent making such tutorials is time taken away from research and development of new aircraft and the Instructable tutorials for them. To me making tutorials when written/photographic instructions exist is unnecessary duplication. Yes it'd be great to have all of these things--but if there is significant cost to implementing the duplication, it may not be worth it.

    "Exactly. Less can be more, but when it happens so many times, it's pretty discouraging... I know what you're talking about."Regarding things that are not equal as equal only provides incentive to go with whatever is acceptable, not what's best."I've seen the comments that you're talking about. Everyone get these once in awhile. Your Instructables get quite a bit of those, which means that you probably attract more of the average internet user, whose IQ is very, very low."I ascribe it to viewers being a little overly eager to finish or realize the goal of the project, rather than handling it in a calm and timely manner. Being that a large fraction of my viewers are undoubted young, this isn't entirely unexpected, though it does become grating when the instructions...see more »"Exactly. Less can be more, but when it happens so many times, it's pretty discouraging... I know what you're talking about."Regarding things that are not equal as equal only provides incentive to go with whatever is acceptable, not what's best."I've seen the comments that you're talking about. Everyone get these once in awhile. Your Instructables get quite a bit of those, which means that you probably attract more of the average internet user, whose IQ is very, very low."I ascribe it to viewers being a little overly eager to finish or realize the goal of the project, rather than handling it in a calm and timely manner. Being that a large fraction of my viewers are undoubted young, this isn't entirely unexpected, though it does become grating when the instructions should be perfectly sufficient but go unheeded.

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  • I have elaborated on my holding further if you are interested:http://www.instructables.com/community/User-profil...I have buttressed my argument with facts too.-OAE

    My first reaction to the page was incredulous. I could not believe that they would clutter profile pages with such useless things. Then I checked around and found that indeed things were really as they appear.It doesn't bode well.

    The new layout has a multitude of problems. There are no indications of how many followers you have, how many instructables you have posted and no filters to divide content by its type. Patches are worthless now, as they're not visible to the public.This update truly is nothing but a downgrade.

    The entire system appears to operate with a certain bit of lagging.Originally I was going to note the same thing in the thread I made; by the time I was getting ready to publish that thread, the promoted instructables had been captured and put into place as I had laid them out.

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  • They are no longer visible to the public. With that, I'd say it's fair to label them worthless.

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