Subscriptions - spoiling the surprise. (Hey, Rachel!) Answered
Yes, I know this is, technically, feedback, but I thought other people might want to know about it as well.
Did you know that anybody that subscribes to you can see all your projects, not just the published ones?
If you did, good for you. I didn't, and now it turns out that quite a few people have been peeping at projects that I may not finish for some time, if at all, and all without me knowing. One recent planned project I had high hopes for has just had a setback today, and now may not happen. Subscribers may have been looking forward to it, and I may now be disappointing people without being able to prevent it.
I'm not saying that anybody who subscribes to me at the moment would spoil the surprise for other members, but there is always the chance that somebody could spoil things. I think many of you reading this will know the kind of person I mean, even an actual example.
That means that there is at least one surprise project out there (not one of mine) that could be spoiled by what is probably just a line of dodgy script.
So, if you are planning any surprise projects, don't start writing them up yet, unless you have no subscribers, and if you are reading this and able to fix the bug, please, fix it quickly.
UPDATE: Link to proper "feedback" thread