recommend1 posted 3 weeks ago in reply to this "You are a very naughty boy !"
uthurbanposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this
"Here is another Sock Puppet in the guise of Panda..... Calling Evolution Guy a naughty boy..... ha ha ha ha!!!!!!!!! Yuan is getting down....and the anti-dumping duty is going to be ON.... Be Alert!!"
...Someone is saying that you are a sockpuppet of Evolution Guy. What's that recommend1?
Yes, that one was one of the Award Winner of idiots to stop by the forums. And obviously the person saying this doesn't know either one of the other two people they are talking about. Recommend1 and Evolution Guy are not the same person and neither one of them is sock puppet for the other.
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I do not fully understand this statement, can anyone please clarify?
I'm sure that is the reason. That photos are considered author content is a little harder to see, although somewhere I picked up the idea that it would be difficult to remove them from the database. I don't see why, but then I didn't write the program, either.
I'm not sure about that one wilderness, I know next to nothing about the way databases work on a large scale.
I'm wondering though, if two authors share the same photo (public domain photos are reused alot) are there two copies of the photo in the database, or do both hubbers share the same photo file? (Did that make sense?)
Without knowing for sure, I believe you will a copy of that PD photo under both authors.
If you go to the photos in "my account" you will find all the photos you have uploaded and none from anyone else. You have your own private database, so to speak. While an individual photo file could carry a tag saying it belonged in two databases easily enough, to check every photo as it is uploaded and make sure that it doesn't match any other photo anywhere in all the databases, down to each individual digital bit, would be difficult. Possible, but difficult and time consuming.
It's not a real problem for me because I mainly use PD photos. The few pictures I've used that are my own I'm not overly concerned about (I'm not a photographer by any means). Now my hubby is, and he's got a few on the site and will probably have more as he writes new hubs.
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