Ckey/BYOND Username: SeniorScore
Position Being Applied For: Human Lore Developer
Past Experiences/Knowledge: Previous working as a human lore deputy, and continued writing for humanity even when not in that position.
Examples of Past Work: https://wiki.aurorastation.org/index.php?title=Jupiter https://wiki.aurorastation.org/index.php?title=Luna https://wiki.aurorastation.org/index.php?title=Sports (Turbo Quoit specifically, in case anything else gets added at the time of submission) https://wiki.aurorastation.org/index.php?title=The_Worker's_Party (the skeleton that this is)
And two Earth provinces but I don't even want to bring that up with recent changes to Earth.
Additional Comments: In terms of requirements in terms of creative work to show for humanity, a write-up being worked on that I had in mind for Saturn. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JxsPKIplrUEe6SZDC4t2I7mTONHAvMCJ_iZclAQCa2I/edit?usp=sharing
I think as I've made clear in my time working for the lore team, I'm much more focused on refining what we have instead of finding out what grand thing to next slap into the setting. I think a large point of note, is making sure Sol Alliance, and by extension, the Frontier Alliance, get refined, and given a proper relationship for a good sounding board for both of them so Sol isn't talking to it's self to (literal) death while the Frontier just sits in a glum, dejected silence.
I think a question that is naturally going to come up, and I think deservedly so, is my track record of dropping the deputy position, and then reapplying at a later time. I felt, at the time, I could join, do what good I can, and when i felt myself slowing down, leave, and allow someone else to take that slot. I recognize that the developer position is more geared to a long term position, and I feel I can commit to that, as well as seeing a , I personally feel, need for a steadier presence in humanities lore at large.
A suitable counter as well I feel is: How much of an issue is an inactive developer, and point to some of our developers' previous track records. Not to say they weren't needed, or warranted absences.