Pentax Photo Gallery
annsan at nyc.rr.com
Sun Oct 6 10:14:49 EDT 2019
I just looked and found all three I submitted a couple of weeks ago are
now in they come up at the top of my page.
Been a very busy couple of weeks for me - a lot on my plate.. a good
thing but my head is swimming..
On 10/4/2019 12:15 AM, Daniel J. Matyola wrote:
> A quick update on the PPG.
> I just noticed that 2 of the images I submitted last week (of the Praying
> Mantis on our pool deck) have been approved in the Gallery. I am wondering
> about the voting process, as I still have a large number of images in the
> "Pending Review" section, some going back to January 2018. I am glad,
> however, to see that they are tabulating votes and approving images.
> Dan Matyola
> On Wed, Oct 2, 2019 at 9:59 AM Daniel J. Matyola <danmatyola at gmail.com>
>> A few updated comments on the PPG:
>> 1. Voting. I am spending as much time voting as possible, but the
>> backlog appears infinite. I think some of the images have come around for
>> a second time, and I try to skip over those the second time. There were
>> quite a few new ones this morning, however.
>> 2. Uploads. The upload system is working quite well, although, despite
>> the instructions, it allowed me to upload more than five right at the start.
>> 3. Approvals/Rejections. I have not had any of my images uploaded last
>> year approved or rejected since the system went back up. Has anyone else
>> had any images processed and approved or rejected?
>> 4. Order of images. Until yesterday, all the images in my gallery were
>> sorted with the oldest image first. This made it extremely difficult to
>> tell im any were approved, as I had to scroll all the way down. Now, the
>> most recent images are at the head of each queue. This is much more
>> 5. Premiere Collection. There have been no additions to this excellent
>> gallery of images since the gallery became active again.
>> Anyone else have any comments or recent experiences to share?
>> Dan Matyola
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