Let's talk about Mintees.

Unfortunately, this will likely devolve into another "suggestions we have to fix the site that will never come to fruition" thread, but I have something a little different in mind.

Us mini-mods (those of us given the ability to vote on tee designs) and mini-admins (those who can vote as well as clean up job/talk posts) were given these powers by Rob and/or AKT. I believe that the more active members of these groups need to have their powers upgraded so that we may better combat the spam and low-quality posts/designs.

On the subject of low-quality designs, I'll be blunt. Those of you letting these designs through should have your voting powers revoked and may also need to schedule an eye exam at your local Lenscrafters. Unfortunately, a large amount of these low-quality designs are posted by auto-approved members; so there isn't a thing that we can do about them. That said, the auto-approval list should either be removed entirely or looked at very closely.

Or we could just let it all rot. Which I'm hardly opposed to given that the community is now almost entirely comprised of spam accounts and designers who only contribute to the monthly Designs For Sale thread (who may as well be considered spam accounts).

TL;DR: Give more power to the members that are still wandering around this post-apocalyptic designer wasteland or let it go.
  • fuggart

    I'd be down to mini mod. I'm probably one of the most active UK users so I could really help keep this place active whilst you US guys are all sleeping. Plus I feel like I have exceptional taste in designs ;)
  • zamboaga

    agree! active members should have the power to vote for the "community selected" tees.
    the active members are the real "community" here. also, auto-approves are sometimes unfairly based on quality.
  • justinbryant

    fuggart said:I'd be down to mini mod. I'm probably one of the most active UK users so I could really help keep this place active whilst you US guys are all sleeping. Plus I feel like I have exceptional taste in designs ;)

    I vote Tom.

    I agree with you, Cameron. It only makes sense for active members to have the ability to keep this site cleaned up and in the best shape it can be (spam and design quality wise). I think your ideas are a great solution to many problems this site has.
  • Matt Borchert

    I've actually come to the opinion that it is for the best to let the spam flow and force AKT to either implement a solution, or let the site die. You can moderate the site all you want, but if you don't kill the source of the problem, it will continue to happen.

    As many have stated, forcing an avatar to post would kill the vast majority of the spam. You can also modify the server's .htaccess file to straight up ban the sources of the spam.
  • chriskillerartworx

    i am here nearly everyday and would be down to vote too. don't know why someone who is here once a month should have the ability to vote - when he even does.
  • Cameron Latham

    Matt Borchert said:I've actually come to the opinion that it is for the best to let the spam flow and force AKT to either implement a solution, or let the site die. You can moderate the site all you want, but if you don't kill the source of the problem, it will continue to happen.

    As many have stated, forcing an avatar to post would kill the vast majority of the spam. You can also modify the server's .htaccess file to straight up ban the sources of the spam.

    That's not a bad idea actually. Although I think we could still use a fresh team of mods/admins afterwards.
  • cmeyers

    man i've down voted some killer illustrations simply because the mockup looked awful. i don't think moderating the tees/spam more efficiently is going to fix the site, though.
  • chriskillerartworx

    cmeyers said:man i've down voted some killer illustrations simply because the mockup looked awful. i don't think moderating the tees/spam more efficiently is going to fix the site, though.

    wasn't there a "FAQ for posting a design" somewhere here in the talk-section? maybe putting a permanent link on the shirt-page would shorten that prob.
  • DanielAndHisArt

    Matt Borchert said:I've actually come to the opinion that it is for the best to let the spam flow and force AKT to either implement a solution, or let the site die. You can moderate the site all you want, but if you don't kill the source of the problem, it will continue to happen.

    As many have stated, forcing an avatar to post would kill the vast majority of the spam. You can also modify the server's .htaccess file to straight up ban the sources of the spam.

    yep. but I do not think it will happen anytime soon.

    I LOVE coming on here and talking to you dudes and seeing your work after all these years, but truth is, Mintees is slowly dying. It is almost on the same level as Bandjob. Amazing idea, great community and talent, but not taken care of and put on the backburner. I think there will always be people posting designs for sale and random stuff in the tee section because the majority of the people who post here just want to make some money, including most of the people who post in the talk section. The designs for sale thread is the biggest thread on page one. But I feel like most of the actual people who care about actual design and interaction is very slim and dwindling away.

    The ONLY way to fix anything is to get the people who made the site involved, and I don't see anyone commenting on any of these threads besides Dobi who seems like more of a messenger between us and AKT.

    I moderate like a motherfucker and STILL see spam when I login in every morning.
  • dbdesign

    DanielAndHisArt said:
    Matt Borchert said:I've actually come to the opinion that it is for the best to let the spam flow and force AKT to either implement a solution, or let the site die. You can moderate the site all you want, but if you don't kill the source of the problem, it will continue to happen.

    As many have stated, forcing an avatar to post would kill the vast majority of the spam. You can also modify the server's .htaccess file to straight up ban the sources of the spam.

    yep. but I do not think it will happen anytime soon.

    I LOVE coming on here and talking to you dudes and seeing your work after all these years, but truth is, Mintees is slowly dying. It is almost on the same level as Bandjob. Amazing idea, great community and talent, but not taken care of and put on the backburner. I think there will always be people posting designs for sale and random stuff in the tee section because the majority of the people who post here just want to make some money, including most of the people who post in the talk section. The designs for sale thread is the biggest thread on page one. But I feel like most of the actual people who care about actual design and interaction is very slim and dwindling away.

    The ONLY way to fix anything is to get the people who made the site involved, and I don't see anyone commenting on any of these threads besides Dobi who seems like more of a messenger between us and AKT.

    I moderate like a motherfucker and STILL see spam when I login in every morning.

    It's a damn shame, because i really enjoy coming to this site and talking with everyone. to be honest, I very rarely even look at the tees section, I just come for the chats. I don't have Facebook nor will I ever, so this is my outlet to connect with you dudes. Would be a damn shame to see it die off to the level BandJob did. Bandjob was the place to be for a good solid year and I'v been active on there since the beginning, I'm not sure what happened but it has leveled out to almost nothing.

    Hopefully shit picks up around this place because I would hate to lose touch with everyone and miss out on good convos.
  • Cameron Latham

    cmeyers said:man i've down voted some killer illustrations simply because the mockup looked awful. i don't think moderating the tees/spam more efficiently is going to fix the site, though.

    I don't think it'll completely fix the site, but it could prove to be a catalyst for doing so. Cleaning up the spam and low-quality designs will bring the site to a former glory, which with additional fixes from AKT (required avatars, login issues, UI updates, etc.) as well as the admins using the Mintees social networks more actively, could attract new members and bring back the old ones.
  • Cutty.

    I still think the flagging system was more fun and called for more community involvement. Letting it all through and downvoting the shitty designs encourages more participation and sense of pride than having an elite section where only an elite group of people can decide what gets through. Approving tees feels more like work, flagging them felt more like fun and made me want to do my duty more. That way new users wouldn't have to wait days for their design to be on the website.

    If we let everything through, and then were able to downvote shitty designs into a "critiques" section like on emptees, then everyone's tee would get a chance, and people would possibly feel more encouraged to critique and submit.

    Just my 2cents
  • deekin

    I still come here numerous times a day, but it getting frustrating. It's obvious that things are getting bad here, low voting, spam, lowballing in the jobs section, etc. I've even had a noticeable downfall in my potential clients knocking at my door, which I believe has something to do with this sites slow demise. I used to be thankful every day of the fact that Mintees alone seemed to be making my freelancing possible and worth while. While I have been trying my darndest to spread my work to other sites and focus on places like dribbble and Behance, they don't seem to work like Mintees used to. I would love to see this site regain it's powers of awesomeness. Although I don't have a lot of free time these days (I just had my first child about 6 weeks ago) I would be down to lend a hand where I can. I'm not really super tech savvy, but I know a good design when I see one. It may be too late, it seems that most of the legitimate traffic that used to be here has gone elsewhere….

    Honestly I have yet to find another site that even comes close to the resources and inspiration that this site used to have.

    Get at me if I can be of service.
  • Cameron Latham

    deekin said:I've even had a noticeable downfall in my potential clients knocking at my door, which I believe has something to do with this sites slow demise. I used to be thankful every day of the fact that Mintees alone seemed to be making my freelancing possible and worth while.

    I've noticed this on my end as well, unfortunately.
  • DanielAndHisArt

    Cameron Latham said:
    deekin said:I've even had a noticeable downfall in my potential clients knocking at my door, which I believe has something to do with this sites slow demise. I used to be thankful every day of the fact that Mintees alone seemed to be making my freelancing possible and worth while.

    I've noticed this on my end as well, unfortunately.

    Im sorry guys. Im sure its frustrating. Both of you have greats style and post great work imo, so I feel your pain and hope things get better on that front for you. I know Mintees/Emptees has helped a lot of people get started with selling designs and making a good freelance income and I hope it picks back up for you both.
  • Dyreliv

    As I've said in previous threads like this. I'm on here practically everyday I have the site tabbed and I refresh every-so often to see if anything new gets uploaded with that being said I'd love to be a mini-mod to help out.

    I do also like the flagging system that Emptees had.

    I would love to see this site get revived some how... I just think it would take a massive change for it to bring people in again..
  • Matt Borchert

    If I were King of Mintees:

    I would remove the auto approve / manual approve system all together. I would implement a system similar to reddit where people can up or downvote designs, with the most highly upvoted designs rising / staying at the top for the longest period of time. This would allow all designs on the same front page, with the most awesome ones being given the gift of the most exposure. After a set period of time, the highly voted designs would automatically start to sink down lower to give other designs a shot at the top.

    I would also kill the jobs / brands / and maybe resources sections.

    and then I'd give myself a raise.
  • JeremyRichie

    My two cents.

    I love Mintees just as I loved Emptees before its demise. Between the two sites I've met some awesome people and learned all kinds of awesome stuff. We've been here time and time again, with the "Lets get Mintees going again!" ideas. I think the truth is the bulk of the people that made this site awesome have kind of moved on they don't care about feedback from a tee design community. Many of them have created their own very successful brands, gotten jobs at other big name brands, or are doing something totally different like tattoos or something. That's not to say you all don't fucking rule but I think most of us communicate on twitter/instagram/facebook now, so there really isn't a whole lot of need for Mintees.

    I've even tried to personally rally the Mintees troops by doing the BN4s with a heavy Mintees cast and making a thread with hopes that maybe there would be more interaction, but even that has become exclusively a hype thread for BN4. Maybe this is the end of Mintees. I personally have lost all desire to post anything here.

  • Perception Apparel

    Matt Borchert said:If I were King of Mintees:

    I would remove the auto approve / manual approve system all together. I would implement a system similar to reddit where people can up or downvote designs, with the most highly upvoted designs rising / staying at the top for the longest period of time. This would allow all designs on the same front page, with the most awesome ones being given the gift of the most exposure. After a set period of time, the highly voted designs would automatically start to sink down lower to give other designs a shot at the top.

    I would also kill the jobs / brands / and maybe resources sections.

    and then I'd give myself a raise.

    That is the direction the site needs to go in. Tee section and talk section is all we need. Let people post designs and the site begin to get traffic and people will start to communicate.

    In my opinion mintees is trying to do too much. Way too much. WE do not need all of these different outlets. Emptees goals were focused and the set up encouraged any and everyone to post and comment.

    The system here does not help people grow and why would people like tees, comment on posts, or intereact at all if everytime their tees never made it to the site?

    The bad tees never bothered me ever... It still saw loads of good design and it was easy to just go to see what was good through the thumb nail..

    The site needs to promote interaction and not have a billion mods saying what they think belongs.

    I own a brand and I still think the brand page is useless. The job page too.... Why make a section only for jobs? That pushes people away from the talk section..

    If jobs were posted in a post then people would actually read the talk section and not just apply to jobs.

    I just think that the site needs to focus on tees and the talk sections and scrap all the rest. Let people in and throw away all these restrictions that confuse people and make them leave the site.
  • Cameron Latham

    Perception Apparel said:
    Matt Borchert said:If I were King of Mintees:

    I would remove the auto approve / manual approve system all together. I would implement a system similar to reddit where people can up or downvote designs, with the most highly upvoted designs rising / staying at the top for the longest period of time. This would allow all designs on the same front page, with the most awesome ones being given the gift of the most exposure. After a set period of time, the highly voted designs would automatically start to sink down lower to give other designs a shot at the top.

    I would also kill the jobs / brands / and maybe resources sections.

    and then I'd give myself a raise.

    That is the direction the site needs to go in. Tee section and talk section is all we need. Let people post designs and the site begin to get traffic and people will start to communicate.

    In my opinion mintees is trying to do too much. Way too much. WE do not need all of these different outlets. Emptees goals were focused and the set up encouraged any and everyone to post and comment.

    The system here does not help people grow and why would people like tees, comment on posts, or intereact at all if everytime their tees never made it to the site?

    The bad tees never bothered me ever... It still saw loads of good design and it was easy to just go to see what was good through the thumb nail..

    The site needs to promote interaction and not have a billion mods saying what they think belongs.

    I own a brand and I still think the brand page is useless. The job page too.... Why make a section only for jobs? That pushes people away from the talk section..

    If jobs were posted in a post then people would actually read the talk section and not just apply to jobs.

    I just think that the site needs to focus on tees and the talk sections and scrap all the rest. Let people in and throw away all these restrictions that confuse people and make them leave the site.

    I like the idea of letting everything through and flagging down what isn't up to par, but that requires community interaction; which is clearly something the site is lacking. If this idea were to be implemented, I feel like there would just be pages of trash overshadowing the good designs and would cause the site to dwindle even further. Just a couple days ago, the approval queue was backed up two pages; 95% of the submissions not being anywhere near up to par, in my opinion.

    I think Matt's Reddit-esque idea is a decent middle ground between the current system and the old flagging system. And I do agree that the brands and resources sections are useless. The jobs section was great in theory, but with the multitude of $50 designers around these parts, the quality of job postings has diminished.

    However, Mintees is seemingly without administration. We get the occasional post from Rob speaking on AKT's behalf, but nothing actually ever gets done. At least we can look forward to another wave of spam in the morning.
  • deekin

    I would keep the jobs section but make the minimum job posting amount of at least $200. All the $100-150 job postings are a joke and take way from designers trying to make an actual living off this...
  • Matt Borchert

    deekin said:I would keep the jobs section but make the minimum job posting amount of at least $200. All the $100-150 job postings are a joke and take way from designers trying to make an actual living off this...

    That won't work. People will select $200 and when you e-mail say $50. Honestly Mintees is a bad place to look for work if you're trying to make a career out of design.
  • chriskillerartworx

    the sad part is: we dont know if or when someone from AKT has the time to read the suggestions here or really puts some time in to develop this, even if its easy & quick to fix.
  • Micah

    JeremyRichie said:I think the truth is the bulk of the people that made this site awesome have kind of moved on they don't care about feedback from a tee design community.
  • Cameron Latham

    Matt Borchert said:
    deekin said:I would keep the jobs section but make the minimum job posting amount of at least $200. All the $100-150 job postings are a joke and take way from designers trying to make an actual living off this...

    That won't work. People will select $200 and when you e-mail say $50. Honestly Mintees is a bad place to look for work if you're trying to make a career out of design.

    chriskillerartworx said:the sad part is: we dont know if or when someone from AKT has the time to read the suggestions here or really puts some time in to develop this, even if its easy & quick to fix.

    Sad, but unfortunately true. I just feel like Mintees really jumpstarted my freelance career and I'm not sure where to find new work what with BandJob and Foalio being in the same league. Dribbble has garnered my work a decent-sized audience and a few new clients, but nowhere near the level as Mintees in its glory days. I've heard good things about Behance and I made an account a couple of months ago, but I'm not in love with it. I feel what set Mintees apart from the other design sites is that we had an active community in constant discussion and critique. Other design sites (Dribbble) have zero discussion and are simply one huge circle-jerk; no critiques allowed lest you be scorned by the community.

    Nowadays, Mintees feels like just another design site but with 1/4 the community.
  • justinbryant

    Cameron Latham said:
    Matt Borchert said:
    deekin said:I would keep the jobs section but make the minimum job posting amount of at least $200. All the $100-150 job postings are a joke and take way from designers trying to make an actual living off this...

    That won't work. People will select $200 and when you e-mail say $50. Honestly Mintees is a bad place to look for work if you're trying to make a career out of design.

    chriskillerartworx said:the sad part is: we dont know if or when someone from AKT has the time to read the suggestions here or really puts some time in to develop this, even if its easy & quick to fix.

    Sad, but unfortunately true. I just feel like Mintees really jumpstarted my freelance career and I'm not sure where to find new work what with BandJob and Foalio being in the same league. Dribbble has garnered my work a decent-sized audience and a few new clients, but nowhere near the level as Mintees in its glory days. I've heard good things about Behance and I made an account a couple of months ago, but I'm not in love with it. I feel what set Mintees apart from the other design sites is that we had an active community in constant discussion and critique. Other design sites (Dribbble) have zero discussion and are simply one huge circle-jerk; no critiques allowed lest you be scorned by the community.

    Nowadays, Mintees feels like just another design site but with 1/4 the community.

    Same. I was pretty stoked on Foalio when you first showed it to me awhile back and I was pretty active on it for months, but it never really went anywhere. Dribbble just seems like a "hey, look at this thing I did..please like it" community. I was going to try Behance soon, but I've heard mixed reviews. On top of all these sites being meh, Facebook killed my page reach and I hardly get any activity on there anymore as well. Pretty much at a loss as to what to do internet/social media wise for my work.
  • deekin

    Matt Borchert said:
    deekin said:I would keep the jobs section but make the minimum job posting amount of at least $200. All the $100-150 job postings are a joke and take way from designers trying to make an actual living off this...

    That won't work. People will select $200 and when you e-mail say $50. Honestly Mintees is a bad place to look for work if you're trying to make a career out of design.

    I definitely have many other avenues for finding work, but it seems like it would help weed out some of the riffraff low budget clients that just don't get it. Maybe I'm being too optimistic though. I think it's worth a shot, it can't hurt.

    That being said, where have you found that is an effective platform for finding solid work/clients? Just wondering if I have been missing something...
  • RACIDSQUARE

    I have to admit that mintees used to be most effective way to be on front of new clients, but the traffic is getting slow and slower, in the past few months i move some of my freelance hours to create resources at creativemarket, and the way community supports each other, say nice things is beyond amazing.

    Mintees has been my true love since day one of freelancing hours, and i'm hoping the best for the future. If you guys need a little help as mini mod, i'm down to help.
  • DanielAndHisArt

  • dobi

    oh hey, it's time for this thread again.

    look, its hard to stay emotionally invested in a site after a few years, i personally can't fix anything unless i tell AKT to do so, AKT can't do so unless there is money allocated to do so. programming time = $.

    that being said, i am still here every single day, multiple times a day, staring at the tee queue wondering how 25 different people still draw skulls the exact same way.

    the main problem is i am just not much of a hype man and AKT isn't actively involved outside of building stuff. how do new people get sent here? how do i encourage them to do so? it is tough to get people hyped on a site when there are so many alternatives and other people have left.

    not much has really changed in the past few years other than less discussion, i still see the same people logging in, just not as much to talk about in the t-shirt scene i suppose.

    personally, i think the place needs a more minimal facelift than anything else.
  • DOOOM

    dobi said:oh hey, it's time for this thread again.

    look, its hard to stay emotionally invested in a site after a few years, i personally can't fix anything unless i tell AKT to do so, AKT can't do so unless there is money allocated to do so. programming time = $.

    that being said, i am still here every single day, multiple times a day, staring at the tee queue wondering how 25 different people still draw skulls the exact same way.

    the main problem is i am just not much of a hype man and AKT isn't actively involved outside of building stuff. how do new people get sent here? how do i encourage them to do so? it is tough to get people hyped on a site when there are so many alternatives and other people have left.

    not much has really changed in the past few years other than less discussion, i still see the same people logging in, just not as much to talk about in the t-shirt scene i suppose.

    personally, i think the place needs a more minimal facelift than anything else.

    It definitely needs a facelift, the bugs really need to be fixed too. Other than that the admins should have access to the Twitter and Facebook pages, unless the admin team start hyping this place it's just going to stagnate.

    There isn't an alternative merch focused website that i can see, this is the only one. So i don't think it's people moving away to other sites, i really think it's just the aesthetic of the site as well as the login issues thats making it difficult for people to find the effort to participate.
  • JoeBaronDesign

    My only complaints really are that the tee section doesn't seem to have much interaction which has a lot of the designs have very little likes, the pricing for some of the job postings are very low, and recently the spam postings.

    I think the resource section is useful and there are some good posts that show up. The brands page is good to have, because I think it introduces people to new companies, even though after some time many of them seem to have dispersed. If people can post jobs that are not low it can be really be beneficial to the t-shirt design community.

    As for the talk section, I mostly go directly there when I go on the site. There has been less discussion, but I feel that a lot of the topics that people made especially during the Emptees days were questions on learning the business. Many of those questions have been asked and you can search for them on the site or go to other blogs that discuss the questions that you have. A good topic will bring people to respond. I'm sure there are plenty lurkers. That's just my thought on this.
  • Cameron Latham

    DOOOM said:
    dobi said:oh hey, it's time for this thread again.

    look, its hard to stay emotionally invested in a site after a few years, i personally can't fix anything unless i tell AKT to do so, AKT can't do so unless there is money allocated to do so. programming time = $.

    that being said, i am still here every single day, multiple times a day, staring at the tee queue wondering how 25 different people still draw skulls the exact same way.

    the main problem is i am just not much of a hype man and AKT isn't actively involved outside of building stuff. how do new people get sent here? how do i encourage them to do so? it is tough to get people hyped on a site when there are so many alternatives and other people have left.

    not much has really changed in the past few years other than less discussion, i still see the same people logging in, just not as much to talk about in the t-shirt scene i suppose.

    personally, i think the place needs a more minimal facelift than anything else.

    It definitely needs a facelift, the bugs really need to be fixed too. Other than that the admins should have access to the Twitter and Facebook pages, unless the admin team start hyping this place it's just going to stagnate.

    There isn't an alternative merch focused website that i can see, this is the only one. So i don't think it's people moving away to other sites, i really think it's just the aesthetic of the site as well as the login issues thats making it difficult for people to find the effort to participate.

    Agreed about the minimal facelift. If money is the issue, perhaps we could start a Kickstarter-esque fund. Backers could get special promotions, adspace, etc. If not that, maybe "Pro" accounts along the lines of Dribbble.

    Dooom is right though. The closest thing to Mintees is BandJob and that's even more dead, unfortunately.
  • HarryDiaz

    Cameron Latham said:
    DOOOM said:
    dobi said:oh hey, it's time for this thread again.

    look, its hard to stay emotionally invested in a site after a few years, i personally can't fix anything unless i tell AKT to do so, AKT can't do so unless there is money allocated to do so. programming time = $.

    that being said, i am still here every single day, multiple times a day, staring at the tee queue wondering how 25 different people still draw skulls the exact same way.

    the main problem is i am just not much of a hype man and AKT isn't actively involved outside of building stuff. how do new people get sent here? how do i encourage them to do so? it is tough to get people hyped on a site when there are so many alternatives and other people have left.

    not much has really changed in the past few years other than less discussion, i still see the same people logging in, just not as much to talk about in the t-shirt scene i suppose.

    personally, i think the place needs a more minimal facelift than anything else.

    It definitely needs a facelift, the bugs really need to be fixed too. Other than that the admins should have access to the Twitter and Facebook pages, unless the admin team start hyping this place it's just going to stagnate.

    There isn't an alternative merch focused website that i can see, this is the only one. So i don't think it's people moving away to other sites, i really think it's just the aesthetic of the site as well as the login issues thats making it difficult for people to find the effort to participate.

    Agreed about the minimal facelift. If money is the issue, perhaps we could start a Kickstarter-esque fund. Backers could get special promotions, adspace, etc. If not that, maybe "Pro" accounts along the lines of Dribbble.

    Dooom is right though. The closest thing to Mintees is BandJob and that's even more dead, unfortunately.

    I would fully back some sort kickstarter campaign to get this thing a facelift.
  • jared

    Matt Borchert said:I've actually come to the opinion that it is for the best to let the spam flow and force AKT to either implement a solution, or let the site die. You can moderate the site all you want, but if you don't kill the source of the problem, it will continue to happen.

    As many have stated, forcing an avatar to post would kill the vast majority of the spam. You can also modify the server's .htaccess file to straight up ban the sources of the spam.

    This is already in place, feel free to check out the other thread I commented in. It's much larger than what you think it is.
  • jared

    DanielAndHisArt said:
    Matt Borchert said:I've actually come to the opinion that it is for the best to let the spam flow and force AKT to either implement a solution, or let the site die. You can moderate the site all you want, but if you don't kill the source of the problem, it will continue to happen.

    As many have stated, forcing an avatar to post would kill the vast majority of the spam. You can also modify the server's .htaccess file to straight up ban the sources of the spam.
    I moderate like a motherfucker and STILL see spam when I login in every morning.

    FYI, we leave that there so each morning when we talk to Rob, we can research each post/spam source to gather info about the user, where they're from and when they created the account. You'll notice they all go away around the same time until they submit more.
  • jared

    chriskillerartworx said:the sad part is: we dont know if or when someone from AKT has the time to read the suggestions here or really puts some time in to develop this, even if its easy & quick to fix.

    I check Mintees almost every single day.
  • Cameron Latham

    Which four mini-mods voted this through and what were you on when you did so?

    http://www.mintees.com/tees/376589-don-t-make-me-angry
  • DOOOM

    Cameron Latham said:Which four mini-mods voted this through and what were you on when you did so?


    http://www.mintees.com/tees/376589-don-t-make-me-angry

    That would be me, i only looked at the design and assumed it was Robson, my bad!
  • Matt Borchert

    DOOOM said:
    Cameron Latham said:Which four mini-mods voted this through and what were you on when you did so?


    http://www.mintees.com/tees/376589-don-t-make-me-angry

    That would be me, i only looked at the design and assumed it was Robson, my bad!

    you're fired.

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