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Home Workshop

Information: Sites Future

Sat 29th Dec '18

Advert ID: 34387

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Thank you all for your donations to the site to help with its running costs, as Steve said in his earlier advert some people have suggested donating a very small amount per month to help with the costs. You can actually do this with the donate button.

I will not be forcing membership subscriptions but instead, after discussion with the new programmer, we may offer a subscription program with some additional benefits.

Talking about the new programmer, I think I should introduce Megan. Megan is a very unorthodox programmer, she has a very good understanding and knowledge of the programming language that we use but more importantly understands the simplicity that is required. Like myself she has a few of the hidden disabilities that most people overlook (ADHD, dyslexia & ASD) which means most of the project leads of the company that she works for has difficulties using her skills, fortunately for her and me our disabilities mean that in a very few words a hell of a lot is understood. After talking with her for a few hours we have decided that they is not much we can actually improve on in the way that the site works, we did decide not to bother with the forum as there's plenty out there. We are going to look at allowing cropping and rotating of the uploaded picture images, increasing the size of the images and then have the site rescale them (those pesky iPhone users that try to upload 4K images), we may even allow more images to be uploaded and then the slideshow in the advert (still not decided on that one as it may add quite a bit of resource requirements on the end user's computers).

Another option we did look at the we may charge a subscription fee for is auto approving adverts, this means that members that have paid for the service and have accounts in good standing can have their adverts automatically approved by the system. Another idea was that under the same subscription that the adverts would be immediately available otherwise the adverts would be made visible the next day. Obviously any abuse of this service and the person would automatically have their account suspended.

A few people have emailed and suggested that the site should be called John Stevenson's home workshop but will not be changing the site's name is in fact my father did not come up with the concept. He took this site over from Charles Ping who I believe set this site up to replace another site that had gone off-line by a person called Chris. In October of this year this site will have actually been running for a decade when John asked me to look at the way the old text site worked as it was taking too long.

Anyway enough of this, otherwise it is this can become a wall of text.
Contact:
Adam Stevenson
UK
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