Anyone. Not just us. Maybe we make a quest, and it is obviously completed elsewhere. That is a good quest!
This came a bit later, but quests should have a completion statement. It is open for discussion.
For instance, I think we should have a “game page” of data for that game, in order to complete it. But I haven’t updated it because it isn’t on my radar right now. AS is, hence I’m refining it as I go along.
As we are still pretty early on, this is being written as I… type. So let me know what you think.
I see the “bookmarking” of quests as a duty of the knowledge engineers. We create them and forget about them, as we find interesting connections. For instance, the reason I wanted to deep dive into Assassins’ Creed is because they make heavy use of historical fact to draw from, and in exploring those tangents we’ll get to the good stuff. But I can’t process all the crunch of a given game, so instead I read up on inspirations, make quests for relevant things, and see where the collab goes.
Also, Quests can be marked as solved, so a useful practice is to write up a synopsis or whatever, and mark that as the solution; it gets linked to from the top of the thread, and we can edit it as needed. Then we close it, returning the votes to the folks.
So there is a workflow.
You have a bunch of queues in your activity dashboard, such as Profile - trashHeap - talkgroup. The API for votes isn’t apparent, and I keep forgetting the one or two things I know about it. But there is that.