Jonathan is working on redesigning the single blend pages. We're trying to add more emphasis on the artist and also help improve user experience, so the data that you're most interested in is easily visable. What do you guys think?
So we've decided to move our newsletters from MailChimp to the in-site dashboard. One reason is to save money, but we also want more people to have access to the newsletter. Since we think it is very useful and full of info that is important for you guys to know. So now once a month you will see a newsletter come into your dashboard, read it or not, your call. But there is usually some important info in them.
In this post we warned all those users who registered with dummy/temporary emails, before version 5 was released, about the sure chance they'd lose their accounts because they'd have to reset their password after the big update was done. Thad day has come and gone and those who remained oblivious of this fact are locked out forever. We're sorry this happened but we warned you months ago. Now there's no way those users can prove those accounts are theirs and so those accounts are lost forever. Sorry.
Hello, everybody. As we announced a couple days back, the Fan Art mark was implemented to let people know when a model depicts copyrighted designs and ideas from third party companies not related to you or Blend Swap. Here are some guidelines and updates on what's all this Fan Art thing about:
Help us, help you not get sued!! We've implemented a new feature in Blend Swap called Fan Art. Basically this is a checkbox that you click in your edit blend panel that adds the Fan Art Disclaimer. Please help us and yourself out and go through your models and mark any that have copyrights as Fan Art.
Once again we will be moving moved to a new server because our hosting provider was no longer supporting the plan we used. But fear not! We just got a brand new server and we're working right now to complete the process.