Well, if the user does have access to a domain they can upload a file to
via FTP or other client, then it would make sense for them to do so.
They control where the file is located and when to remove it, after the
thread has gone through the "help-cycle".
I can upload it to one of several domains I own, including
libreoffice-na.us and krackedpress.com. Then after a few days, or a few
weeks, I just delete it from my "online folder/directory". I have done
this many time with this list and files I wanted to have someone look
at. I do not know how long a Nabble uploaded file will be held onto by
the server/system before it is removed.
On 06/13/2012 11:43 AM, Tom wrote:
I think it's better to keep everything together and just upload to Nabble.
Using 3rd party sites usually means losing the attachment and that makes the
thread fairly useless if the attachment was relevant and important to the
thread. File sizes tend to be reasonably small.
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