[Clipart] Sea of Subjectivity
nicu at apsro.com
Fri Jan 27 11:05:37 PST 2006
> B Kreps wrote:
>> Quickly I can think of two solutions to this problem:
>> 1. Moderators: Basically a human censor, the task is objective VARIETY.
>> 2. (My preference) Public index limiting with private indexes for user
> I've been put off by the same issue - there's just too much in one go.
> A previous email on the subject of tarot cards referenced a set of
> playing cards
> which is good. But if more playing cards were uploaded into the same
> section, the cards would soon be mixed and tedious to search. Once
> you've seen one card, you get an idea of what the rest are like, and
> grouping them into sets would seem logical.
Those are my cards and there are more sets:
They have different keywords and are grouped by keywords, resulting in
> There are other examples such as colour/size variations of the same
> image, etc, which could be considered as a set.
How about the case when the user want to download just one single card,
not the entire set?
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