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FAQ: What does "calendar day" mean in the limits?

 
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PostPosted: Mon May 11, 2009 10:19 pm    Post subject: FAQ: What does "calendar day" mean in the limits? Reply with quote

In the Posting Guidelines, there are several limits like "three (3) images in each Image Gallery every calendar day".

What does "calendar day" mean, considering that we have members in almost every timezone on the planet?

Answer: We go by the poster's clock.

Admin's attention will certainly be attracted by three images just before midnight followed by three more just after midnight, particularly if all six images appear at noon on Admin's clock. But strictly speaking it's OK. Posters in this position can minimize concern by mentioning what time it is and what they're doing.

--Rik
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