SpotTheCat wrote:Could we make it a sub-forum? not a forum on the main forum page, but a subforum of the back porch?
Unfortunately, phpBB doesn't do sub-forums. At least not in the default install.
Thumbs up for that one. Even Ars that see a much heavier traffic with regards to photography doesnt have its own forum for it, and like the matrox forum here a pure photoggraphy forum would probably be underused. But something like the audio/visual fora that has all audio video would be good.I just had a thought on this: we could make the forum include all forums of image editing plus graphic design questions. I know pete_roth has had a few questions of that type lately. Perhaps it would attract more such topics.
Aphasia wrote:But something like the audio/visual fora that has all audio video would be good.
p645n wrote:I do have some reservations over images post size and forum load speed though.
p645n wrote:I'm wondering if TR has the resources to store large, <100k, uploaded files in one area then link, complete with thumbnail, to the forums post.
Usacomp2k3 wrote:I think that an A/V wouldn't be as good as a "digital media arts", in the sense that I agree that it might steal some stuff from echo vale.
Kevin wrote:Aphasia wrote:But something like the audio/visual fora that has all audio video would be good.
Ooh! That's even better. An A/V forum would probably see enough traffic to be worthwhile. My only concern is how much stuff would we steal from the existing "Echo Vale"?p645n wrote:I do have some reservations over images post size and forum load speed though.
I suppose there could be some rules in place, however, I think large images would be a worthwhile price to pay. From my experiences with phpBB, the rest of the page loads first, followed by the images, so one could still read the thread as the images load.
You'd have to talk to Damage about that, however, I don't think it's really feasible at this time.
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