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grepnold PRO 8:41am, 30 November 2016
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Greetings. Should we cull the GWL pool (where there has been no response for days, or weeks, or months?

Please reply on this thread.
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grepnold PRO 2 years ago
IMO we should try to chase and if no response, then yes, remove.

The downside is that this would reduce the current pool to about ten items and risks killing the group, unless we can find a way (and I know we've tried) to encourage more posts.
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trailerfullofpix 2 years ago
Would you want to see culled photos posted in the graveyard so we don't lose track of them entirely? I'm thinking of our epic Belsize Village GWL, which we dug up from the graveyard and solved.
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tommyajohansson PRO 2 years ago
Maybe the latter, to try to maintain a bit of life in the group. Hoping to be able to be a bit more active in the new year, as 2016 has been taken up with all sorts of other things.
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grepnold PRO 2 years ago
I'd be happy with the idea of the admins graveyarding abandoned entries. It ought to be possible to automate the process, except that I haven't yet found time to get my two GWL tools working since flickr changes some years ago.

That Belsize Village GWL? How nice to be remembered after all these years!
Alan Second 2 years ago
I think dropping hints after 7 days past a guessed photo, then remove by admin after first weekend.
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LoopZilla Posted 2 years ago. Edited by LoopZilla (admin) 2 years ago
Yes, that sounds about right. Seven days plus a little leeway.
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LoopZilla 2 years ago
Can I also note that the group pool is quite small. Members should try to post an image, and respond to guesses. With over 1,700 members (and 26 admins) there should be more material to guess.
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LoopZilla 2 years ago
Any thoughts about increasing the posting limit? Currently 5 images per person in the pool at any one time.
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grepnold PRO 2 years ago
You mean, something line this?, which didn't get much traction.
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LoopZilla 2 years ago
Commented there to agree with a limit of 10...
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grepnold PRO 2 years ago
Whatever the concurrent limit, we can also limit the number of postings to say 3 per member day - or you could in IP so I'm assuming it's possible in flickr. That way it stops someone dumping ten on the group and then forgetting about them.
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