Do Donations get you free nanobots to instantly download all of wikifur? :D --Chibiabos 08:35, 20 August 2006 (UTC)
- Well, if the technology's available in the future, that sounds like a possibility. Personally, though, I'd suggest that the WikiFur admin team focus more on quantum entanglement pair transmission systems hooked into the server, which would allow people to read WikiFur without delays from the transit time of particles as obscenely slow as photons. --DataBank 13:42, 20 August 2006 (UTC)
- Those photons are pretty darn slow. It took me 10 seconds to load this page! Mind . . . that might have been 'cause I have way too many tabs open right now.
- More seriously, CD snapshot distributions are not out of the question, though I'm not sure how big the market would be for them. WikiFur isn't that bad, even for modems. Heck, it's mostly text! :-) --GreenReaper(talk) 14:25, 20 August 2006 (UTC)
- Indeed, and think of the problems at PhobosFur! A maximum photon-transit time of what, 40 minutes round-trip for a page request? Thoroughly unacceptable if you're trying to edit a page to reflect that the GoH just laughed so hard on the podium that he snorted cheap wine out of his nose.
- Following the serious note, a CD snapshot wouldn't really be all that helpful except for nostalgia - remember that one of the biggest reasons for a wiki is the interactivity. A yearly-type compilation of featured articles and such, as they were when featured, might be an idea for a fundraiser or something though. --DataBank 15:13, 20 August 2006 (UTC)
The external link "Many do, and we thank them!" in the lead section is invalid, it should point to TablesWikiFurEN.htm instead of TablesWikipediaEN.htm. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Thareon (talk • contribs) .