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1. crisderaud5 February 2010, 0:20 GMT +01:00

Up to date news on what our developers are working on and where they are at.

170. Ayla8717 August 2010, 6:27 GMT +02:00

I would find search by keywords in the own gallery very helpful, as well as the possibility on the photo management page to order the photos by number of keywords (to instantly see which photos might need more keywords to be found properly).
--Michael

171. krayker18 August 2010, 0:54 GMT +02:00

yeah, search by keywords would be useful.

172. Ayla8718 August 2010, 6:28 GMT +02:00

In fact we have search by keywords in the own gallery already, it is part of the search xxx's gallery-function. I think this is "sharp enough", although this function finds not only keywords, but words in photo names and in descriptions, too. Or do photographers with many photos need more possibilities to narrow down their own search results? Any opinions on this?
--Michael

173. lennie18 August 2010, 15:01 GMT +02:00

Yeah, I mean something like the keywords of the image, something you can click on:

http://www.rgbstock.com/photo/1mQUF3/Flagstone+walkway

174. crisderaud26 October 2010, 20:43 GMT +02:00

Yesterday, 25 October, was the biggest day we've had in a month. It's a sign of things to come.

The word about us is getting around and people are saying good things. :)

175. Abyla26 October 2010, 23:16 GMT +02:00

Great news, Cris !

176. mzacha29 October 2010, 10:02 GMT +02:00

Right. The number of images is rising... so the people are coming here ;)

177. xymonau29 October 2010, 12:23 GMT +02:00

My search in my own gallery doesn't work.

The number of members is incredible. And we are getting more images. We have to maintain the standard.

178. mzacha29 October 2010, 12:53 GMT +02:00

We still have many "missing" topics... like "customer" a while ago. No image to illustrate it!

179. micromoth31 October 2010, 8:08 GMT +01:00

Maybe it would be worth having a "hit list" of missing topics? That is, topics we would expect to have, and are reasonably popular searches, but for which we have few or no images. We could perhaps even have two categories: completely missing, and less than ten. Having such a "hit list" would help us target what's missing, or at least act as an aide memoire. We could even have an "Image Requests" section on the forum. Come to think of it, wasn't there something like that on the other place?

180. xymonau2 November 2010, 0:10 GMT +01:00

Kevin, are you willing to compile a short list to begin with? I seriously do not have the time right now. Look at the searches to see what's missing. Or if you find an image with poor keywords, make some suggestions to that person to help them out. It ultimately helps the site.

181. micromoth2 November 2010, 13:29 GMT +01:00

@180 Sure Dez, I'm happy to compile a list of subjects I notice as missing and/or lower than one would expect. I would likewise be glad to receive additions from others too. I'll start a new topic on the Forum where folk can add messages about it. I suggest we let it accrue for at least a few weeks before I report back with an initial list. Probably January 2011 would be a good time, as there's always so much to do in the last two months before Christmas.

182. crisderaud2 November 2010, 15:57 GMT +01:00

I am happy to report that yesterday, Nov 2, 2010, was one of the top five busiest days in our short history.

I don't believe that our rolling stone will be gathering moss anytime soon. :0

183. micromoth2 November 2010, 20:39 GMT +01:00

Extraordinary activity today - the tally has eclipsed yesterday's total already. And I noticed that someone downloaded 58 of my images in a period of just 43 minutes! I'd be interested to see the blog link that has stimulated all this (assuming that it is a blog).

184. saavem2 November 2010, 21:05 GMT +01:00

Today over 100 downloads from my pictures! It makes me soooooo happy!

185. lennie3 November 2010, 16:35 GMT +01:00

@micromoth seems to have been the newsletter. Seems this person went and looked at large part of your gallery and downloaded everything what he/she liked.

A few other galleries too.

186. saavem3 November 2010, 20:33 GMT +01:00

Great newsletter effect! Over 50 downloads today!. 3...2...1...Launching RGBStock!

187. micromoth3 November 2010, 21:27 GMT +01:00

@185, 186 Wow! If that's the newsletter effect then it's just made itself into a regular feature.

188. lennie4 November 2010, 11:02 GMT +01:00

Well, their is a problem with that.

Most people didn't subscribe to the newsletter when they signed up.

And as we didn't have a checkbox when a lot of people first registered, we send everyone who didn't check the newsletter checkbox a one time newsletter.

So the number of newsletters will thus be lower next time. Thus possible the impact as well. Depends a little on the content ofcourse.

Suggestion as welcome !

189. saavem4 November 2010, 13:44 GMT +01:00

I marked the checkbox in my profile. Maybe we can announce it in the front page....

190. lennie4 November 2010, 18:01 GMT +01:00

Something like this maybe ? ;-)

"Saavem marked his profile checkbox for the newsletter, so should you !"

191. crisderaud4 November 2010, 18:06 GMT +01:00

LOL, I'm sure that's not what he meant Lennie...

192. StariSob4 November 2010, 19:51 GMT +01:00

lol;
on the other hand (@190), maybe that is no bad idea :) - having prominent members advertise site features :)

193. fishmonk4 November 2010, 23:44 GMT +01:00

hehe

@190 please do it!

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