On the article comments here on this blog for Call to Arms - hymnofnone99, it was noted yesterday
This video appears to be accepting non-canon video responses on YouTube (not sure if they are by approval or on auto-approve)
Virginian9000 said...Today, at least three non-canon video response videos were removed from Call to Arms and replaced with the next canon video, Jonas' Last Words, which has One Evil With Many Faces as a response.
Yes, I did appreciate seeing community videos there and being able to attach mine. I hope that becomes a habit, that new community videos during that week are able to be attached to the lg15 video if so desired. I mean, I first started watching lg15 myself because I found a video that was attached to an lg15 video way back in 2006. I always thought it was the smart way to go to let community videos be attachments, and I'm glad to see that being done on this video.
Chaining the canon videos together in this way could help viewers follow along across the various channels. Allowing non-canon videos can lead to confusion and irrelevant stuff, but may help generate a viral effect on YouTube and inspire more fan video creation.
Note: We don't actually know what the plan is at this point (whether no non-canon responses will be approved, or whether some will be approved after the canon response is in place, or something else.)
What do you think the approach to non-canon video responses on YouTube should be?