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Very good point, Stefan, I hadn’t thought of that (obviously).
I plan on publishing the list of entries shortly after I’ve collected them all. I would suggest waiting to upload and submit the entry until close to the deadline for the contest.
Or, if someone really wants to upload and submit their film sooner, they can upload it to my site via ftp. Anyone who wants to do this should send me an e-mail.
Sounds like a good idea, Josh! 1 question, would you plan on keeping those films there for long? Or just until the end of the contest?
How about Angelfire? http://www.angelfire.lycos.com/ They give you 20 MB of space, and it’s free! I’m already using it for my non-Lego stuff. SOTW gave me the idea.
“LoganArts Co” wrote: Sounds like a good idea, Josh! 1 question, would you plan on keeping those films there for long? Or just until the end of the contest?
I would keep them there long enough for me to check them out to make sure they are valid entries. You’d need to upload to brickshelf around the contest deadline cause I can’t really have everyone downloading these films off of my server.
I was considering, however, using my server to allow all the voters a way of getting the films from one place. I may end up putting them in a secret directory on one of my many domain names and sending out the link in the e-mail ballot.
I don’t know if this is asked before, but; Does uploading to Brickshelf counts as making publicy? Sorry, stupid question…
Read the six posts directly above yours…
It was a slight different question but never mind…
To answer a question I got recently: No, you will not be disqualified if you’ve uploaded your entry to Brickshelf and that folder is made public before the deadline.
Even if you don’t use brickshelf, if you always upload your files to the same web space, someone with the time to spare can sit and type in guesses until they hit the right filename. It doesn’t take a genius.
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