post-it wrote:which wouldn't be saying much to non-donators . .. ... unless they were allowed
to read that forum without being able to post a reply but, that would just be mean.
Hell it's better than nothing
Kaream wrote:Enigma wrote:If there was a Off Topic sub forum, wouldn't it kinda destroy the purpose of the Donators forum?
Anyone but you to reply , was kinda hoping you wouldn't mess it up just for once.
Kaream wrote:A random sub-forum would be really, really, really nice. It would get editors to interact with each other much more and make it more of a fun enviornment, i'ono. Plus I have a bunch of cool topics I always wanted to post lol.
And yes, Donator's forum is there, but you'd have to donate in order to view/post. Kinda not fair. Hope you guys hear me out on this one.
Zarxrax wrote:This site is primarily a resource for anime music video CREATORS. Almost every function and feature is designed with creators in mind. There is very little of interest here for a casual fan of amvs.
Some don't want this site to turn into YouTube, but I propose that if we want to expand the audience, this is exactly the direction that we need to move in. YouTube is amazing for viewers. You can easily leave comments about a particular video for OTHER VIEWERS. On the org... you leave comments for the creator. There is absolutely no interaction among the viewers.
On youtube, you watch a video, and then tons of other videos are presented to you all over the screen. Its very easy to start watching one thing, and then watch another 10 videos before you exit.
On the org... you watch a video, then you are done.
DaikashiSan wrote:Lastly when someone uploads a video, it is automatically posted on people who have "subscribed" to that editor and others who are his friend, it is posted on their page for other people to get familiarized with.
DaikashiSan wrote:Alerting someone via e-mail just tends to be a bit less intuitive when the site can have the potential to simultaneously alert someone about a certain event.
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