Whomever posted the Sturgeon's Law link won this thread for me, because that's a universal constant of every work produced for their respective mediums.
If you want your hack to be part of the 1 percent in this present time you got to make it appeal to people with creative ideas unique to the hack in order for them to consider for featuring. Hacks that people on here talk about a lot tend to belong to the 1% of things because of that above being recognized in the community, or that they have pioneered what can be done with SMW Hacking (which is the case for older hacks like from the past 2 decades).
[19:43] <StrikeForcer> I also want to say that "because everything on the internet is definitely true!" is a derailment tactic that serves as a shorthand change for "I dont accept the facts"
[19:44] <StrikeForcer> When the information posted clearly is fact-based.