lcarreau wrote:Hey Josh ... another thing we need to do is determine rather (or not) a member is active or non-active or perhaps temporarily inactive.
Then ... a decision should be made HOW to handle their pages. A "pro-active" approach would be page adoption and (ultimately) boosting the standards of SP pages.
When I am fully recovered (I started working out again this week) I am going to drag you up all of 'my routes' so you can do your photographic and topographic magic and improve them. Most of the routes I have pages for I did ages ago, remember few details and have no photos.
Diego Sahagún wrote:Josh would it be necessary to delete entire threads? The 11000 one for example?
MoapaPk wrote:Again, I think the problem is more with the number of entries in the database (which has pointers to all the objects) than with the total number of terabytes on the server.
I find that unless I am trying to show fine details of a route, I can usually get the essence of a photo within 1024*768 pixels. For a decent quality jpeg, that may translate to < 250K. A lot of people seem to upload images directly from the camera output, producing images 3-4 MB in size. The bulk uploader will automatically resize images, as will many applications.
Josh Lewis wrote:Diego Sahagún wrote:Josh would it be necessary to delete entire threads? The 11000 one for example?
Of course not! We have unfinished work there. Or else why would I be contributing to that thread. Granted once we are finished, eventually it should be removed due to the large amount of posts needed for that thread. The deleting thread example was for stuff that was either old forum posts that hardly gets viewed or posts that are of little value (even good questions, but no responses).
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