April 27th, 2003

a place called home

update to FAQ 111

Your default user picture is viewable throughout the LiveJournal site, and unlike individual journals, it cannot be hidden.

Could we substitute this line with:

Your default user picture is viewable throughout the LiveJournal site, and unlike individual journal entries, it cannot be hidden.

as it's not really correct to say that a journal itself can be hidden - you may be able to hide its contents, but you can't hide the actual existence of a journal.

And also add a line after the "other user pictures" paragraph that explains that all of your userpics are visible to the world at http://www.livejournal.com/allpics.bml?user=exampleusername, like:

Please note that anyone can see all of your user picture icons by navigating to http://www.livejournal.com/allpics.bml?user=exampleusername, where exampleusername can be replaced by any valid LiveJournal username.
curly

FAQ 119

If you posted the entry yourself, you can both edit and delete it, as long as you are still a member of the community. If you are the community's maintainer, you can delete the entry, but you can't edit it in other ways.

In the second sentence, it's unclear whether entries made by the maintainer or by a community member are being discussed. (What is "the entry"?)

Maybe the second sentence could read something like:

If you are the community's maintainer, you can delete entries written by members of the community, but you can't edit them in other ways.