- Jul 22, 2014
Dubbed isn't particularly shy (except if you ask about that one time, at band camp....)
Oftentimes easier said than done. Any tips on how to find the right people?
Congratulations on your 5th anniversary of being a TAZ member!
The content of oblivionstate.com seems quite unique, are you aware of any major competition in your niche?
Do you personally get involved in visiting abandoned locations and if so what it is about them that draws you to them?
How do you feel about the dangers and legality of visiting restricted sites?
What made you choose XenForo for your site and is there any additional functionality you'd like that would enhance your site?
What actually did happen that one time at band camp?
Thanks for taking the time to post such a detailed reply, I really do appreciate it. Your forum definitely struck a cord with me the first time I went there. I think it has a lot to do with the fact that I used to create environments for FPS games and the images on your site are very reminiscent of the kind of textures I was always looking for. There's also something quite ethereal about the images, they really do fire up the imagination.
I completely agree about a gallery add-on. One thing I liked about vB4 is that uploaded images could potential be found in the member's album when loaded via an asset management template. Unfortunately that ability was never fully realised but it had so much potential. I hope the next version of XenForo at the very least provides a framework better suited to images.
I'm inspired, I would love to be able to contribute to your forum but I don't think I have the necessary skills. On the other hand there's a beautiful deserted Edwardian (early 1900) house close to where I live that's about to be demolished and replaced with flats so you never know!
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I think it has a lot to do with the fact that I used to create environments for FPS games and the images on your site are very reminiscent of the kind of textures I was always looking for.
I'm intrigued, what skills do you think are necessary that you don't have?
Really trying to get away from the culture of people thinking they need to post exploration reports in order to contribute.
Look at those windows and arch!