EDIT: To clarify, I am talking about the people who post about 12-15 shots in a row.
I see this happen every so often and it's no different than flooding a message board. Also, this is clearly just my opinion which everyone is entitled to have and can agree/disagree to their heart's content. Ah, the beauty of democracy.
almost 4 years ago
I can't believe "drop kick you in the head" hasn't taken off yet as a tag.
I second that motion
Just got real up in here.
Don't be jealous, some people are just prolific.
@Ian: Bringing the pain
Let's define that here: "painfully desirous of another's advantages"
This hardly qualifies one as being "jealous"
I have no problem with people posting work here (obviously, as it is the point of the service graciously provided by Dan and co). However, it gets old when people flood the front page.
@Tyler: Annoying: "When one posts PSA's to a "what you're working on" website."
But, I love your work Tyler. So lets not internet fight. Because that is truly annoying.
@Edward: PSA's have been done numerous times successfully.
It's premature to call it an "internet fight" when I was just posting an opinion. I think we are all entitled to one.
I do thank you for the comments regarding my work. Cheers
Now now, boys.
Nah we're aight
I really need following/unfollowing tracking features :P
Uh oh, I've scared you off?
im gonna double my shots.
@David: Thank you kindly sir.
@Rogie: What have I done, I've created a monster!
Seems like a wasted shot right there Tyler…
I agree. Dribbbling is an ebbing tide not a tsunami.
@Dean: Too much secret stuff going on that I can't share anyways :)
@Brendan: That quote would look dope on this.
I don't post duplicates myself, but I think the people who do often only get 10minutes a day to check dribble, so they use those 10 minutes to post 5 or so screenshots from their work that day. I get it. Maybe we should just randomize the order if the same username is X number of times in a row?
by Jesse Dodds
Seriously, don't make me.
almost 4 years ago
Kind of along the same lines - I find it annoying when people post multiple iterations of the same shot. Every little detail they change, they dribbble the same shot.
isn't dribbble about posting screenshots of what you're working on? So why is it a problem?
For me, i love just browsing through dribbble and getting inspired, so for me, the more shots i get to look through, the better. I barely look at who is posting them.
@Court, @Meredith: This is not so much about posting duplicates per se, but more about the following:
1. Finally get invited to dribbble after months of begging and engaging in potentially illegal activity to get one
2. Post as many shots as you are allowed - bonus points if the work looks pretty much the same
@Sean: Don't get me wrong, this is a fantastic service and I have enjoyed it over the last few months. The amount of exposure I have gotten from people viewing my shots is astounding.
However, many of us get annoyed when there are pages just flooded by people either reposting shots or posting 20 in a row.
Agreed. As it states in the "motto": "What are you working on?" not, "What have you worked on?".
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