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 PostPost subject: Possible New Uploading/Naming Rules for Better organization        Posted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 2:16 am 
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I'm just throwing ideas out but here's some stuff I'd like for you guys to look at.

When uploading a build, there should be some general rule as to if you should put "Microsoft Windows" or "Windows" in front of the OS codename. You could have this rule apply to pre-RTM and not retail as just "2000" "98" "7" "ME" etc sound bad by themselves. It should be all the same so we can find things easier in alphabetical order. Or if we were only allowed to upload things with the original MS Connect Name/Leaked ISO name/buildstring it could work better too.

My 2nd suggestion is a standardized method of compression for releases, whether it be all zip, all rar, or a combo of those two somehow, or even just leaving them in straight ISO could work.

Like I said, this is all for the sake of throwing ideas out there to improve organization.


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Suggested at least half a dozen times and is already in progress. Investigation into this would have revealed what we are doing. Learn to search before posting.

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