Bonfire Community Standards

Bonfires are a place for you to interact with your fellow tribesman! While we encourage you to be socially active, there are a few rules every Triberr user must follow: No Spamming – Please make only one post per topic. You may have as many posts as you like, so long as they are not all the same. No Foul Language – If a bonfire is found to have language in bad taste, we will remove the entire thread immediately. Self-Promotion Bonfires – These will be removed. Bonfires are not the place for you to boast about your blog. Your blog Read more

How do I edit a bonfire?

  Editing a bonfire is easy. Just go to a recent post of yours.   Hover over your comment, and the entire comment will turn yellow to indicate it is editable.   Click in the yellow area, and begin typing your changes. After you are finished, click outside of the yellow area, and your changes will automatically save. Pay attention to the timestamp next to the “Delete” link. This will let you know that your edits have been successfully updated.

What are Bonfires?

Bonfires are Triberr’s community forums. A place where members can interact with each other outside of their tribes.   When we first deployed a forum area in Triberr, we decided not to call it a forum because that’s so…well, Web 1.0 We figured we’d call them Bonfires instead because bonfires are what humans have gathered around for as long as our species existed. So why not now? 🙂