This guide isn’t really a guide, but an adapted version of the panel we gave during the Khitomer event in February ‘19. I thought it might be useful so I changed it into a guide. A lot of the subjects in this guide will be changed into a guide over time. We want to show you some amazing things that could improve your website and make things easier for you and your crew. We want to show you examples of what is possible with Nova that you probably didn’t know it could. If you want to know more about something let us know. We plan on writing ‘how to do’…
How to add a favicon to your Nova site.
Nova 102 – The Wiki Enigma
The following is a panel I did a few years ago to give GM’s ideas for improving the wiki on their Nova. A few months ago I did some asking around about what people were struggling most with then it came to Nova, and almost right away multiple people said the Wiki. So, therefor I choose to do this panel about that topic. While I don’t have enough time to walk you through an entire customization of a wiki, I will show you some possibilities of what you can do with it. This will be just a simple showing of what is possible. The most important thing to remember is…
Changing Meta Data
Ever wondered how to change the blurb when you post a link to your nova website somewhere. I'll explain you here how to do that.
Operating modes are utilized by Starfleet to indicate the readiness level of the crew and the facility during a mission. These are also known as Conditions in some situations. Colored Conditions Condition: Green Condition: Green, or Cruise Mode, is the basic level of readiness for any Starfleet facility. During this mode off duty crew are able to pursue R&R activities and all shipboard activities are permitted, provided they do not conflict with another approved activity. Condition: Blue Condition: Blue – also known as Blue Alert – is a status level called when an installation is facing an increased level of readiness. Typically a Blue Alert is called when an uncommon incident has occurred such…
A Watch Rotation is the division of labor of Starbase and Starship personnel to ensure optimal operation and provide services through all hours of each day of the week. The watch rotation practice typically sees the day divided into watches (or shifts) which are set periods of time during which different groups of workers perform their duties. At present in Starfleet two primary rotation types are utilized: a 3 shift rotation and a 4 shift rotation. Watch Periods Duty The Duty Shift is the period where a staff member is responsible for carrying out his or her assigned duties in the operation of the station or vessel. During this period this a minimum of…
General Order Number Description General Order 1 As the right of each sentient species to live in accordance with its normal cultural evolution is considered sacred, no Starfleet personnel, Federation citizen and/or representative may interfere with the normal and healthy development of alien life and culture. Such interference includes introducing superior knowledge, strength, or technology to a world whose society is incapable of handling such advantages wisely. Starfleet personnel may not violate this Prime Directive, even to save their lives and/or their ship/installation, unless they are acting to right an earlier violation or an accidental contamination of said culture. This directive takes precedence over any and all other considerations, and…
All writers – from veteran writers to newcomers – will run into situations where they may have difficulty coming up with an idea of what to write. To help with this we have developed Posting Ideas to help you overcome your writer’s block General Posting Ideas A computer malfunction reassigns your character to another department for a duty shift. A malfunction in your quarters mean you have to share a room while repairs are being made and you don’t get along with your new roommate. Your character celebrates a holiday. Your character checks on the personnel assigned to your department. Your character decides to go back to school and takes a correspondence…
Developing Your Ad Subject Line This is, surprisingly, the most important part of any advertisement that you post about your game and is like the tagline of a movie poster or trailer. The subject line has to draw the attention of your reader because if they don’t like it or it doesn’t speak to them then no one is going to open the link and read your ad. While the name of your ship or station is important it isn’t important enough for the subject line. Example Subject Line Eternity Awaits Beyond the Final Frontier On the Verge of Peace… On the Brink of War… One Rebellion to Save Paradise…
OOC Fleet history
In 2001, as many groups started to focus more and more on the quantity of their games and were becoming less and less interested in producing quality stories, the 16th Fleet was created by a group of friends who wanted to explore the Star Trek Universe in a friendly and safe environment. Originally starting out on the TrekBBS, the group moved to its current home on Yahoo Groups in early 2002. Over the years we have seen many great games and we’ve made countless friends; many of whom have been with us since our earliest days. *Page need updating