eBook releases with expired links will be moved to the recycle bin soon if links are not updated.
Oct 24th, 2019, 5:58 pm
Thank you so much!
Oct 24th, 2019, 5:58 pm

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Nov 5th, 2019, 4:03 pm
what to do if OP's links are dead but OP will not repost?
Nov 5th, 2019, 4:03 pm
Nov 5th, 2019, 4:10 pm
Brokkenn wrote:what to do if OP's links are dead but OP will not repost?


New links requests
  • Please PM the ORIGINAL POSTER (OP) with re-up requests. DO NOT use the report button for dead links. The reports area is restricted to staff only, posters cannot see reports.
  • If you don't get a reply from the OP within a maximum of 3 days, you can post in the topic explaining that you sent a PM and received no response, or report to a moderator. More info here: eBook Forum Etiquette
    • Note to OPs: ignoring re-up request is equal to ignoring the rules and therefore a punishable offence.
    • Note to Users: only one request per user per day to the same poster is acceptable, more than that is considered spamming

  • If the Original Poster is no longer active or banned (see profile) or not replacing links as per the signature, post in the topic (e.g. "Links dead, OP inactive") so it can be moved to Expired and reposted by somebody else. DO NOT use the report button.

  • OPs are only required to replace one (1) link in older posts.
  • Replacing links in Magazine releases older than 6 months is not mandatory. Therefore, posting magazines older than 6 months is not allowed unless in yearly collections.
Nov 5th, 2019, 4:10 pm
Nov 22nd, 2019, 12:26 am
Suggestion: Add "inactive poster, dead links" to "report post"?

I haven't seen this discussed, so apologies if I am stepping on toes. Would it make sense to tag dead posts via report post instead of PMing a mod?

e.g. @notengos's signature is "Inactive, Request your books from another source DO NOT Private Message me your wasting your time." When we come across one of their releases & the links are dead, could we just report it as 'dead links, inactive poster'? Seems like that might save time & random PMs?

Thanks for this invaluable resource :-)

zackddog wrote:If the user is inactive or absent ... the release can be expired by a MOD, thus making room for a new release. If the absence is less than 4 weeks, the user is considered active and you have to request links via PM.
Nov 22nd, 2019, 12:26 am
Nov 22nd, 2019, 8:22 pm
su1generis wrote:Suggestion: Add "inactive poster, dead links" to "report post"?

I haven't seen this discussed, so apologies if I am stepping on toes. Would it make sense to tag dead posts via report post instead of PMing a mod?

e.g. @notengos's signature is "Inactive, Request your books from another source DO NOT Private Message me your wasting your time." When we come across one of their releases & the links are dead, could we just report it as 'dead links, inactive poster'? Seems like that might save time & random PMs?

Thanks for this invaluable resource :-)

There must be a misunderstanding, the actual procedure is not to PM a mod or to report but to post in the topic saying "Links dead, inactive poster". Take another look at the rules that a moderator quoted in the message above yours ;-)

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Nov 22nd, 2019, 8:22 pm