Forum:Material in User: space
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While I think such and such isn't appropriate in an article, but can be in User: space is a handy compromise for silly commentary, jokes, and the like, considering the policy that WikiFur is not simply a webspace provider, nor a provider of storage, I think that having large amounts of material in User: space isn't a good usage. User:Jpawtucket/Feasox strikes me as something which should not be on WikiFur even in user space, particularly as it uses a number of images that are not used anywhere else on WikiFur. -- Sine 03:07, 24 November 2006 (UTC)
- I really don't care a bit about it, to be honest. The images are a good complement to the article. Given that we pay nothing for their storage or display, and that they are only really shown to those who go to that article, I don't see a problem. If they were using us to host images for another site, that would be another thing, but it does not appear to be the case. They're not building a whole web of pages on the topic, nor are they flooding recent changes with edits or trying to promote their species by linking to it. They're just having a bit of fun which doesn't hurt anybody. --GreenReaper(talk) 03:32, 24 November 2006 (UTC)