• Archive overhall/voting system

    The Story Archive is done.  Let me know what you think.

    I will be home in 5 hours to modify whatever you guys want (gotta go to work!)

    This includes Popular tags, and seperating shipping/grimdark/normal stories into their own sections within each character section.

    Some of this is obviously inaccurate, especially for the older junk.  The popular tags were a mix of comments (for newer stuff since no one used to comment on old stuff)/ Page views (for stuff with images, this is primarily from memory though when looking at the top 10's for the day in the stat page, so it's also all over the place) And how often it was discussed on /co/ (which can be based off of how often it was posted, which again makes it innaccurate).  The long series are usually the ones with the tag, with a few others thrown in from just piles of positive comments and "moar!", examples of that would be Ponies Discover /co/ and Porcelain Secrets. 

    The best thing you can do for this is leave your recommendations for current popular tags.  Future tags will be based on the newly added rating system that pops up at the bottom of every post.  so VOTE! If this doesn't work then I'll just axe it and go back to the old way, especially with how easy voting systems are to abuse. The authors do in fact read the comment section, so let them know what you think!

    And for the authors out there, when you leave me a docs please leave a summary, a title, and tags that go with it. I just don't have time to read every single story, so for the sake of keeping things organized it would be a huge help.


    1. So should we resend you the googledocs, or is everything updated now?

    2. nah you shouldn't have to send me anything. Just tags/summaries on your untagged/unsummaried stories works.

    3. Okay here are my story's tags

      Title: Cargo Cult
      Author: Lucres
      Tags: Normal, humorous story, starring Twilight

      Summary: Twilight Sparkle, lost deep within an uncharted part of the Everfree Forest, meets a strange group of tribal creatures and learns their shocking secret in a "Gulliver's Travels"-like satire of Brony culture.

      And here's the link again in case you missed it: