Apparently we all get annoyed by trivial mannerisms of others. This is to be expected on a forum with only a dozen active people.(not much else to focus on)
mimzy wrote:Sometimes I actually wish our prolific posters spaced out their releases a little, so people who release less would get more attention. Maybe some people don't post, because they are too busy *downloading* stuff?
I am not going to change my uploading anytime soon. As it is currently I could upload something new everyday and yet I do not. In fact both me and Starfish have only had a few releases lately.
Besides if someone wants to share something the only thing really stopping them is themselves. No one is forcing anyone to download or upload.
mimzy wrote:(BTW, if a less prolific poster does release anything, a reply like "Oh, I've got that movie, just forgot to post it" from one of the prolific posters may not sound very encouraging either.)
I know I am guilty of this. It is not intentional for me to be a dick about it. I usually catch myself and often just say thanks. Just like I forget I have something I sometimes forget to be mindful and I say "Oh, I've got that movie, just forgot to post it"
. I don't have the bandwidth to upload everything I obtain and never will so I will always have something that could be and or could have been posted.
The "like" button was not meant as a replacement of a "Thank You" reply, but to complement it. I hope we don't have less replies because of the button
I am sure for some unfortunately it is. We have a lot of members that are to shy to participate and this gives them an outlet not to. However the fact they have to sign in to hit the like button most likely does encourage others. It is only been up for a short time so perhaps time will tell?
A lot of boards do not allow guests to browse. Everyone must sign in as a member to view posts. Whether this encourages participation or not I don't know. Perhaps when we get a lot of members again we can try it and see?
Personally I prefer Czech movies to American ones (nothing in American movies associates with my own childhood). Not having subtitles of course sucks
Uloz.to has hundreds of films and anytime I see a Czech movie listed at RFF Uloz.to is the first place I check.