July 22nd, 2004

FotoBilder FAQs

By mandate of The Queen (rahaeli), because the feature is fast-approaching public release, Abe (burr86) wrote the skeletons of a series of FAQ's to go in the new Photo Hosting (workable title) FAQ category. I wrote a few, reworked a bunch, filled in the holes, etc. Herein lie the fruits of our labor. We worked together on these and I think they came out quite nicely. However, feel free to tear them to shreds with critiques and improvements in order to make them as awesome as possible. Incidentally, before I begin, these are all using the new Rho-Style (tm). And so we begin on a journey through the magical land of wonder known as FotoBilder ...

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There are a couple small things to keep in mind. Firstly, I wrote the third and fifth ones entirely and significantly edited the others all after midnight. I will be going over them after I post this [as I did before] with a fine red pen, but I'm sure I'll miss things. Secondly, I used the nonexistent FAQ 666 to signify FAQs that do not yet exist because they are here, in draft-form. 666? Innuendo? Never. But still. Ignore those. Comments? Suggestions? Improvements? Thoughts? Assorted Mammals, perhaps?
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FAQ 62 (http://www.livejournal.com/support/faqbrowse.bml?faqid=62) Proposed change

This is the basic, how do I enable message boards, what's the deal with comments FAQ. I kind of feel the information on how to read comments should be grouped together, currently it's deivided, part just after the explanation of comments posted and comments received, and part in the section on enabling message boards. I think a lot of users view it to learn how to read comments, and it should be given its own section heading.

I added a small quantity of additional text. Although it may be worth considering also tossing in a brief mention of the new page to show most recent comments in your journal and your most recently made comments. I'm not sure whether that counts as nice on-topic material or tossing too much into one FAQ.

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