Posts in the wish list section are set at 50. People with a Creator Studio can post there also whether they have 50 posts or not as many creators participate by sharing but don't like chit-chatting. Many creators here are new to creating and don't feel ready to jump in and help others too. Others like helping people but prefer to post their creations on their own site.
While I sympathize with not being talkative, there are many ways to contribute here that don't require chit-chatting. Sharing your content in the Creator Studio section (sharing content you've posted elsewhere is fine), sharing a tutorial, sharing pics from your game, and answering questions from new people in the Creator Help section (which isn't really chatting per se) are all ways of participating. There really is no need to feel you must make superficial small talk to be a participant here. Tbh, I really hope people don't see that number and make superficial small talk posts just to get 50 posts because that won't really help. Participating is sharing your content, helping others, or contributing to the general milieu. It isn't making a bunch of superficial posts.
The number is arbitrary. I don't know how else to keep that thread from being filled with posts from people who come here with a single thing they want and never appear here again, or people who only come here only with demands for new features and complaints about things that aren't working for them. The Studio project is about generating a supportive and sharing modding community here. Again, I can sympathize with people who aren't very talkative. But this is the goal of the project and the settings on the sections here reflect that goal. Sharing knowledge, creations, pics, or chat all work
I'm only interested in adding suggestions and error reports, perhaps. But now I have to deal with stupid flooding instead of practical things. I cant post, I cant offer something really important and help people. Considering that a few my of wishes have already been used and have been effective. Well, this is your decision. I do not even know how it will be less flood, if you forbid to post or force. People whose English is not native is more difficult just readin/chatting.
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