BAMF Sites — A weekly award for any given roleplaying forum.
These are sites that the staff has dug around and found to be a great roleplaying site for many reasons. Activity, long-lasting, nice staff members and members themselves, etc. There isn’t a site that wouldn’t be able to win unless there’s been some sort of Caution rule broken (stealing, child play by’s, etc.) Any hosted site is eligible as well, Invisionfree, Proboards, JCINK, IPB, or any other forum that is a roleplaying forum. There will be a variety, and while you may not always agree with the staff’s choices, or like whichever site is chosen for the week, that’s okay. You are free to drop suggestions in our ask box - but there’s no promise or guarantee they’ll be chosen.
BAMF Members — A weekly award for members on Caution who’ve stood out in one way or another.
You members of Caution are what make the site what it is, and we appreciate it more than you’ll ever know. For this reason, we’ve chosen to start weekly recognition around the site. Anyone can win as long as there hasn’t been any infractions (suspensions, bannings, etc.) While we will definitely notice those who are active first and foremost, that doesn’t mean someone who is just getting into the community won’t be on our radar. Friendliness, helpfulness, and a respect to members and staff are definitely ways to get our attention. However, please don’t try befriending everyone just in hopes of getting this. If your intentions are true, we’ll recognize that. Members old and new, we love you all, and we hope that shining some light on you will be a way to give back to you even a little bit. You may also drop suggestions in our ask box as well, but they must be a registered member on Caution (please provide a link).
First, 147 followers.. this is legit amazing, you all ROCK! Secondly, in a matter of hours you’ll finally be finding out what the ‘BAMF Sites’ and ‘BAMF Members’ are for. ;)
You all will find out soon enough. ;)
That’s right! In less than 10 hours we will be deleting everyone that hasn’t posted since December 18th, 2010. This means if you joined after that date, you’re safe - no worries. Check your join date before posting. If you haven’t posted since then, you can post anywhere on the board to save your account, or specifically here.
I know there hasn’t been any updates in a few days - but there will be! So don’t turn away just because of the lack of content right now. That will be fixed.
For well over six months we’ve been hinting at a member clear out. We’ve gone over many ways of being able to do this efficiently, and sufficiently without causing us so much time consumption. Going through 30k+ accounts is definitely not on my bucket list, so we’ve opted for an easy solution. All accounts that have not been posted from in the last year will be deleted in two weeks. What does that mean? It means you need to login, and make at least ONE post. For those who don’t want to spam just to get a post, we have a designated thread for you to post. You can put anything in the post (aside from advertising links), like a single word, a number, etc. Anything. That will save your account. If you’ve posted within the last year, then you’re safe, and you have nothing to worry about. Otherwise, visit the link below to login and make your post to save your account! On December 18, 10PM PST, the deletion will commence. If you do get deleted you can still re-join at anytime! We’re just wanting a bit more of an accurate count as to the active members around Caution.
Also! The Security team and the staff have worked on putting together the first ever, Security Newsletter. This will be a bi-monthly production of articles, tips, tricks, and silly articles from your resident Pink team. They’re anxiously awaiting your feedback, and we do hope you enjoy it! It’s a PDF file hosted on a website for convenience. Click on the link below, then click the article. It will pop up. You can use your mouse to drag the pages.
Security Newsletter #1 Dec 2011
That’s it for now, Cautioners! We hope you’re enjoying your winter, wherever in the world you may be.
Kay & the Caution Staff
How did you NOT see this coming?!
Caution is an Invisionfree forum that focuses on roleplaying resources. From codes, graphics, requests, help, advertising, and a general community - we’re here for you. Now we’re taking it to Tumblr to try to connect, bring news, and open up some new activities to the world of Tumblr. We will not be giving advice on here. If you need advice, try the Caution Advice tumblr. We will not be doing advertising, or giving suggestions, etc. Need something like that? Visit our forum, or visit the awesometastic All Things Roleplay. Comments and asks are welcome! However, any hate will be disregarded. Because this is a tumblog we cannot follow you - but we truly appreciate each and every single follower we obtain. I assure you, you will not regret it. We have some surprises for you, and a new thing to help connect Caution with Tumblr AND bring some spotlight to members and sites alike. So be on the look out, and if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to send us a message!
Kay & the Caution staff