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Will turn www.example.com into [URL]http://www.example.com[/URL].
The general rule is that if there are changes to and/or additions to a previously approved chapter that amount to 10% or more of the total word count of said chapter, then it's best to resubmit. However, if you already have a significant number of reads or reviews already, then you can email me the alterations you want to make and edit after. If it's the latter, the next chapter you submit, it would help your readers to leave a note telling them that the previous chapter was altered and a summary of whatever important changes were made.
What is your policy on major additions to a chapter that has already been approved? I realized after I submitted my chapter 3 that I was going to add more to it. I decided not to delete my submission of the chapter, so it could stay in the queue, and with the technical difficulties you guys have been having, I thought I could get my edit up before my chapter was approved, but you just approved it today. Since it's a major edit, do I need to send you the addition to the chapter before I edit it into the chapter, or would you prefer me to just re-submit the entire chapter.
Thanks for all the hard work you do here.
Actually, I'm pretty sure the Mugglenet interns run both the Twitter and Facebook. Julia is primarily in charge of our Tumblr, but most of our social media is in the hands of the main site, if I remember correctly.
Nicole Edit: I was thinking of the Tumblr account, my bad.
I *think* a mod volunteered for it but I need to double check before I give you false information. I'm sorry (I) didn't reply sooner but I have more freedom on my computer versus my phone as far as finding answers.
This is just a random pointless question brought on by curiosity. Who's in charge of the MNFF twitter account? Do the mods all run it or a specific mod?
Okay, I will. Thanks Jess!
I think it is doing that thing again where it sends posts into moderation, even if the member is sorted and it shouldn't do that. Then I checked and saw what it was doing and have no idea why it was doing that. I will have to do some digging on this one. For now, just start a new post for further review drive posts.
So, I've had this issue before. I have a post in the Spring review drive, and am trying to edit a new review in. It appears in the box while, I'm typing it, but than as soon as I hit save it doesn't show up in the post. I hit edit again, and it shows up as already being part of the post. I'm not sure what to do.
We regularly purge inactive members in order to free up server space. Any account that has been inactive (no log-ins or site visits) for one year are deleted, even including former mods and admins.
Since you were sorted before, we can place you back in your previous house, if you wish. If you'd like to be put back into Gryffindor, just send me a PM; I'll put you there and send a message to the head of house to greet you in whatever fashion they might happen to greet you (I really don't know, to be honest).
So... this may be an odd question. But, then again, maybe not. I have been an Author on Mugglenet since I first joined in, I believe, 2006. There have been more than one period of relative in activity. So, the question? I knew you would be thinking that by now... The question is. I joined the forums once before in 2006, though there does not seem to be any record of that. I was sorted at that time in to Gryffindor and I had made several posts, even created a few threads. I realize that all that stuff would be archived by now, but I was wondering what happened to my earlier account? was there a purge of inactive members at some point, or would it be possible to find it again? It would have been based on the same e-mail I used to join again recently.