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wWSunPandaWw
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Would the ST Consider previously Blocked users for FPC?

This is just a question I'd like answered.
Would the Scratch Team Consider Previously Blocked Users to become the next Front Page Curator?
I was blocked (but successfully appealed) last year and I haven't done anything similar to the reason I was blocked since. I'm trying to help the community and make it a better place, and I've applied four times to be FPC already, but everytime I make one, I keep thinking, “Maybe the ST automatically rejects me because I was blocked”?
Does everyone on Scratch-even if they have gotten alerts or blocks-have an equal chance of becoming FPC?

Last edited by wWSunPandaWw (Jan. 25, 2018 14:10:19)


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Would the ST Consider previously Blocked users for FPC?

Maybe getting alerts or being banned could decrease your chances, but I don't think that it makes you unable to be chosen…

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PrincessTS
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Would the ST Consider previously Blocked users for FPC?

wWSunPandaWw wrote:

This is just a question I'd like answered.
Would the Scratch Team Consider Previously Blocked Users to become the next Front Page Curator?
I was blocked (but successfully appealed) last year and I haven't done anything similar to the reason I was blocked since. I'm trying to help the community and make it a better place, and I've applied four times to be FPC already, but everytime I make one, I keep thinking, “Maybe the ST automatically rejects me because I was blocked”?
Does everyone on Scratch-even if they have gotten alerts or blocks-have an equal chance of becoming FPC?

I'm pretty sure a lot of FPC's, past, present and future, got the browser extensions alert. It could decrease your chances a little, but as long as you aren't getting banned a lot it should be fine
Wahsp
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Would the ST Consider previously Blocked users for FPC?

I guess it could depend on what you've done wrong and how many times you've been banned?

I got banned a while ago…

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SolarWind12
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Would the ST Consider previously Blocked users for FPC?

Well, you learn from your mistakes, right?

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wWSunPandaWw
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Would the ST Consider previously Blocked users for FPC?

Wahsp wrote:

I guess it could depend on what you've done wrong and how many times you've been banned?

I got banned a while ago…
Thanks! That makes me feel better.

Last edited by wWSunPandaWw (Jan. 3, 2018 15:56:09)


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wWSunPandaWw
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Would the ST Consider previously Blocked users for FPC?

SolarWind12 wrote:

Well, you learn from your mistakes, right?
Yup, definitely.

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