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    If we're going to have useful tags, we need the...

    If we're going to have useful tags, we need the community and consistent tagging standards. This means that we're going to have to go for a 'tag what you see' approach with standardized tags. This is...
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    It sounds like a pretty good idea!

    It sounds like a pretty good idea!
  3. Okay, there's a few problems with that thinking....

    It's not that hard.

    Okay, there's a few problems with that thinking. First, not everyone is skilled at computer coding, most people see it as a big mess of random symbols and aren't going to be...
  4. A rather big 'provided' that is~

    provided you are keen on the ways of the css and such

    A rather big 'provided' that is~
  5. Naturally. Perhaps over time artists can learn...

    Reporting should go both ways. i.e. an artist uses tags that are inappropriate, a community member adds tags that are incorrect.

    Naturally. Perhaps over time artists can learn proper tagging (or...
  6. Oh, I'm sure it would happen, probably a bit, but...

    Well, I guess that could work, although it does seem a bit counter-intuitive to report your own submission :p
    Still I doubt it would happen often if ever so as long as there's /some/ avenue for...
  7. This was pretty much the exact situation. ...

    I think I get what OP means.
    If a user has, say, a drawing of a Pit Bull, but tags it as "Pit" and "Bull", the piece might benefit from being tagged "Pit_Bull".
    If another user adds the "Pit_Bull"...
  8. I hadn't even thought of blacklists. I was...

    You can't prevent others from adding tags to your images, only from removing tags that you've made.
    Anyway, I can relate to the sentiment of the OP. Tags help everyone, especially when it comes to...
  9. That's good, but it doesn't really change that...

    That's good, but it doesn't really change that some artists go crazy if you change the tags on their work in any way. Like, you can add an obvious tag and they'll still throw a fit.
  10. I don't know, something like that would be nice...

    Can't there just be "artist tags" and "community tags"? So each piece has two sets of tags, one by the artist and another by the community.

    I don't know, something like that would be nice but...
  11. Artists' reactions to tagging have become ridiculous

    Seriously, if you have two tags, one 'x' and one 'y', and the art contains 'x_y' (meaning it's clear that the artist didn't underscore a tag), and a fan of your work adds 'x_y' to the tags, it's damn...
  12. I looked over it myself, and I wouldn't put...

    Where are you getting your information about the Google Drive terms of service?

    According to the currently posted abuse guidelines the only prohibited *written* content is that which contains...
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    [SITE] Is there likely to be a large problem of...

    Is there likely to be a large problem of malicious PDFs/TeX? As I understood, it was hardly the simplest or most dangerous way to catch a computer bug.
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    [SITE] Eh, I'll consider it, but I do consider it a...

    Eh, I'll consider it, but I do consider it a kinda sub-par solution.
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    [SITE] So... I have to be willing to hand them over to...

    Hey, happy to let you know we do have PDF support in the form of googledoc embedding. Check here about how to go about using the feature.

    So... I have to be willing to hand them over to Google in...
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    [SITE] *sighs* Guess that's it then, my business is...

    As cool as it would be to have things such as sheet music on the site itself, the logistics for supporting the PDF format prove to be rather difficult, if not nigh impossible to do so securely and...
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    [SITE] Would transitioning over to premium allow the...

    Would transitioning over to premium allow the upload of PDFs? I'd really like to upload both sheet music and my large collection of stories. My commission business is kind of dead without the ability...
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    [SITE] Have there been any news on this front?

    Have there been any news on this front?
  19. There's no real support for Literary submissions...

    There's no real support for Literary submissions right now unless you want to plop in some unformatted text.

    That might change in the future (I seriously hope so and the key players seem willing),...
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    [SITE] Never underestimate the power of Adobe to charge...

    I don't think so. Else, I'd've been getting sued out the ass by them for creatively using Google Docs to embed PDFs on my website.

    Never underestimate the power of Adobe to charge stupid fees for...
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    [SITE] IIRC, doesn't Adobe require payment before you...

    What about allowing Doc and PFD and other text files to be uploaded, and displaying them embeded in the browser?

    IIRC, doesn't Adobe require payment before you can embed PDFs?

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    [SITE] While plans are what they are (tenative at best),...

    While plans are what they are (tenative at best), do you have any idea when we might see the ability to submit files other than text? Is this something that might appear in a few days, a few weeks,...
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    [SITE] This would make me happy beyond my wildest dreams...

    there's an even better technical solution: add LaTeX support to weasyl, so submissions can be .tex files. it's definitely something that I'm thinking about while fixing up the literature submission...
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    [SITE] Here's my explination

    I come from an editing background, and I produce all of my stories fully typeset so that they are as beautiful to read as pictures are to see. To achieve this, I write in the LaTeX language (not Word...
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    [SITE] PDF Support?

    Does Weasyl intend to implement PDF support for literary submissions at any point in the near future? I am quite disappointed to find that FurAffinity is the only place my writings can be uploaded.
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