The idea is that you post your revised logline in the thread with the comments, that way members can learn how a logline improves over time.
Once you have added your revised version to the comments, it will appear in the list “Just Reviewed” where you can easily find it.
What woobot suggested, It would be convenient for authors of loglines to have the option to revise their “lead” logline for the thread to reflect ongoing disucssion. In long threads, it becomes difficult to find and keep track of revisions on the part of the logline’s author.
Or even having the option of structuring the loglines, Newest, most recently commented, my loglines or most replies would be great.
I also love your website- great group of people and an awesome way to improve loglines!
My suggestion could be moot-as I don’t know if its possible, but I just think it would be great for the OP of each logline to bump, highlight, ‘pin to the top’ or even replace their improved logline to reflect the reworked version, as it the moment that work can sometimes get lost in the revisions and comments.
Hope that’s helpful, as like johnny g said, would hate to tell you to ‘suck eggs’!
2nd johnny’s point 2.
love the website and only offering advise if its of use, but two tweaks in the website design that might help limit the problem of reposting and focusing conversations is:
1. Updated posts and comments take the logline back to the top to the table so that an active discussion can be followed better by people joining the site. (people feel there logline ideas are lost if they are still active, but living on page 30 – so they post again hoping to get fresh response)
2. Also its difficult to navigate the site when the url does not change. ie if you are on page 5 and hit refresh or click into a logline page to read, comment and hit the back button you are alway sent back to the page one. (So getting back to where you were is not easy)
Could the URL not be http://www.logline.it/page1 ….. http://www.logline.it/page2 …?
Certainly don’t want to tell you ‘how to suck eggs’ as it were, as the site is an interesting resource, but only offering the suggestions in hope of being helpful.