I know I kinda started the trend of "Gimme pics of...", but really...everyone could just use the wiki to house all of these pics...no?
So, question....Wiki Admins...can I move my entire werewolf album into wiki and associate it with my wiki page? Kinda like how to photo album was moved. I don't mind doing it all myself as long as someone tells me how
On the front page of the Wiki:"With Images, please make sure that you are: a) using the image for some Elliquiy related purpose and b) that the image is in fact needed. As the old front page once said, Elluiki is not meant as a dump for your porn collection. Thanks, the Management."
I was going to color-highlight for emphasis, before I realized that the whole thing applied to the suggestion.
But if you want a place to store your personal _____ collection, that's what your local hard drive and externals are for.
Not to discredit Caeli's movement of them to Adult Socializing, but with what I've observed they don't quite seem to fit in with all the forum games.
I don't see how they could be more out of place in the Adult Socializing board than they were in the Good & Cuddly board, except that now people don't feel like they're walking into a porn magazine when they walk into the G&C; at least, all the images are in a more clearly-marked adult section of the site.
I was thinking more along the lines of how much space/bandwith all the images would take up. Since E is already pretty expensive...
E has space and bandwidth, so that isn't a terribly huge concern. But we're hardly in the habit of making sub-boards for every new fad that happens on Elliquiy, and I'm not inclined to make a new sub-board for something that isn't super necessary.
I think the other members might like it if they know exactly where to go for these threads or how they can avoid them completely if they annoy them.
You mean, Adult Socializing?
If members want a certain kind of art or are searching for a certain kind of image, it's easy enough to search Adult Socializing. Or, you know... could always use Google.