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Community FAQ for comment_fic:

What is this community for?

This is a prompt and response comm. It began as a comment porn month on the fic journal of one of the mods, and so much fun was had, that we decided to keep it going. Basically the premise is: Each day a post is made with the overall theme of the day. People come along and leave prompts. Other people come along and leave comment sized fic that answers the prompts.

Does the fic have to be porny?

No, of course not. Some of it is, some isn't…it's all good and all welcome. No matter what the comm's title says, it isn't all about the porn…but porn will happen and you have no control over the response to your prompt, so be warned going in.

What fandoms are allowed to play?

This is a multi-fandom comm. Prompts can be in any fandom, no matter how obscure. You never know when someone else out there may be really jonesing to write some Gilligan's Island fic or some Anne of Green Gables femme slash, but are merely lacking the inspiration to do so. Just remember when you post prompts from very small fandoms that it may take a while to get an answer.

What genres of fic are allowed?

Anything and everything that's legal. Slash, Femme-slash, het, groups, gen…bring it on. We've got AUs that were born here with pirates, vampires, guys with wings, werewolves, cats, goth boys…crossovers that pair characters all played by the same guy, crossovers between verses that are worlds apart. There is kink, BDSM, role-playing, fetish play, crack, even some dub-con/non-con. We do ask that writers warn at the beginning of the comment for anything non-con.

Who is allowed to prompt/write?

Anyone! Everyone! The more the better. Already this comm. has exceeded our expectations. Spread the word, bring in more people.

Sometimes someone creates or plays with a verse in response to a particular run of comments. However, that doesn't mean you can't answer the prompt too! Anyone can answer any prompt, and multiple answers and perspectives is just that much more fun.

How do I leave a prompt?

Just leave a comment to the day's theme post. It's easy, but don't forget to format your prompts! They should look like this:
Fandom, Pairing (or grouping), prompt

Or for Crossovers:
Fandom/Fandom, Pairing, prompt

One prompt per comment, please. Please be courteous to our Code Monkeys and show restraint! Too many prompts leads to many Lonely Prompts, so please do not post more than 3 prompts per fandom, or more than 5 prompts in a row.

How do I answer a Lonely Prompt?

There's a link in the comm's sidebar called Indexes and Lonely Prompts. There you'll find links to the various Indexes that house the Lonely Prompts. When you find a prompt that strikes your fancy, follow the link to the original prompt, and leave your ficlet as a comment as usual.

You don't need to notify anyone that it's been answered, or relist the prompt in any other posts. We've got hard working Code Monkeys that sort through the Lonely Prompts and find all the ones that have been answered.

The archives are on Delicious now, but how do I use it?

It's really easy! When you go here, you'll see a list of tag rolls in the side bar on the right. To view completed prompts, pick one of the Genre tag rolls. All the tags (by fandom) will be listed under that tag roll. You can view just one fandom by clicking on the tag, or you can view the whole tag roll. We've also added a catagory to view by Theme. More tags may be added in the future, but we felt this would be easiest for now.

To view the lonely prompts, you can view the Lonely Prompt tag roll, or select one of the Lonely Genres. You can also find a listing at the Indexes and Lonely Prompts page.

If a tag has been truncated (will appear with an ellipses), simply hover your mouse over the tag and it will display the full name. This happens often with Crossovers.

At the top on the left, you can search for specific tags. There is also a search on the top right where you can search the entire account for phrases and words.

If you're still having problems finding what you're looking for, feel free to contact havenward and ask for help. We're still ironing things out, so it may be that you'll help us in the process!

Who is behind this madness?

We have a team of moderators and a team of code monkeys who help keep things running smoothly. Visit this welcome post to learn more about them.

What is a Code Monkey?

Code Monkey is our loving term for the hard working volunteers that help us code our indexes. They give up some of their free time to comb through the day's prompts, answered and not, and update the indexes. It's a big job and they do fabulous work. Every now and then we need to recruit new monkeys…if you have some basic html skills and an hour or three a week, you might consider signing up.

I don't think I could commit to that, is there any other way to contribute?

There's always the prompting and writing part…but if you're meaning that you want to do something more? Oh yeah, there is. See we need Guest Hosts.

You can also help by making graphics for the community. See the link in the sidebar that says Help pimp us out! for how to design banners, and message havenward if you're interested in making a header.

And because we also offer paid LJ time as prizes, we also have a way for you to donate money to the comm. We're also open to offering other prizes (to be determined by the mods of course) at a future time that might be more expensive. If you're interested, send a PayPal payment to commentficmods@gmail.com.

What is a Guest Host?

A Guest Host is someone who is given posting access for a week and during that week it is their job to pick the themes for the day and make the daily post.

The day's post can be posted anytime after midnight 0:00 PST, but must be before 9:00am PST so that people have all day to play. There is no need for the host to know html or any special stuff. We provide all of the important links in the sidebar (for indexes, lonely prompts lists, award lists, calendar of hosts, etc) so that none of that needs to be coded into your post, but if you feel inspired to do so, you can.

However, it's important to note that if you do not post in time, one of the mods will step in to make sure that the day has a theme.

So then what exactly does that mean? What themes would I use?

The themes are completely up to the host. We've had RPS day and Non-RPS day. We've had Threesomes and Moresomes day, Doppelgangers, het, AU day, Crossovers, Music & Lyrics…pretty much limited only by the imagination of the host.

The guest host must come up with four themes, and post by 9am PST on the Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of their week.

What about Friday, Saturday and Sunday?

Friday is our "Free-for-All" day, where anything goes. It is hosted by one of the mods. Saturday and Sunday are "Adopt a Lonely Prompt" days, where no new prompts are accepted and we encourage everyone to write a forgotten prompt. Sometimes, at the weekend mod's discretion, we'll also allow for "seconding," which is when you pimp out Lonely Prompts that you'd like to see written, but haven't got inspiration for yourself. You can second prompts you've left, of course, but please feel free to second other people's prompts!

Okay, so how do I sign up?

Glad you asked! First Click here. This is the calendar for Guest Hosts. Find a week that isn't already filled. Then Click Here and tell our Calendar Mistress all about it.

I heard something about a contest?

There is a quarterly contest that will take place every three months. Every quarter's contest will be different, from how long it lasts to what the categories are, so stay tuned for announcements and details!

All contests use time according to PST, as time stamped by Live Journal at the time that both the prompt was answered, and that the contest submissions are posted.

If Lonely Prompts are such a problem, shouldn't you limit the number of prompts a person can leave?

The mods have considered that, but it was decided that we didn't want to do that just yet. We may reconsider that at a later date, but for now we want to concentrate on encouraging people to write more, not discourage them from prompting. However, when leaving prompts, please remember to be considerate of other prompters as well as of our beloved Code Monkeys. Don't go over board and don't leave too many at once.

I've noticed that there are threads of a story that runs through several prompts, are these indexed so I can read the whole thing?

Yes and no. Because we can not tag comments, all fics get indexed where they belong by fandom, but we can not ask our Code Monkeys to take the time to sort out ongoing stories that may flow from comment to comment across several days.

We do encourage all authors of such stories to gather the links in an index on their own journals and email the Head Code Monkey with the link to that index. We'll be happy to include that link on our appropriate index pages.

What about fic that gets too long for a comment?

That happens, and we love when it does. It shows that inspiration can blossom from anywhere. When it does, we encourage the author to post a snippet of the fic in the comment, along with a link to the fic in their journal (or wherever they posted it). If the only thing posted is a link, we may continue to list it as a lonely prompt.

What about spoilers?
Please, no spoilers in the prompt for the current season of a TV show. For movies and books, no spoilers in the prompt for at least 2 months after release date.

In fic responses to a prompt, the rule is to wait at least a week after air date, with warnings in bold and at least three (preferrably 5) spaces so someone who doesn't want to be spoiled won't inadvertently see anything they don't want to.

What if I have more questions?

Feel free to comment here, or message one of the mods. We'll try and get back to you as quickly as we can!

Current Mood: thoughtful
Zekkass: Captain Shinybootszekkass on March 22nd, 2009 07:38 pm (UTC)
Hi there - I'm the mod at three writing comms, and I'd love to affiliate with you.

My comms are inktwist, thousandtables, and thingsunwritten.

So - may I?
Zekkass: Thursdayzekkass on March 22nd, 2009 07:39 pm (UTC)
Oops, that's ink_twist. Sorry!
(no subject) - codemonkeys on March 25th, 2009 06:50 pm (UTC) (Expand)
(no subject) - havenward on March 25th, 2009 06:53 pm (UTC) (Expand)
(no subject) - zekkass on March 31st, 2009 10:02 pm (UTC) (Expand)
flariariia: Totoro&flowerflariariia on March 29th, 2009 03:20 pm (UTC)
Hello, lovely, ingenious people. I'm sticking this here, because I can't figure out which one of you to contact, hope you don't mind long rambling query.

I'm starting into podcasting/audioficcing, and what I really would like to do would be a podcast based on comment_fic. I say podcast, because recording all these snippets individually wouldn't make sense and because I'd like to record weekly selections. Imo it would reflect the nature of the community best.

The selections would be partly what I've read and liked, but also things that are recommended to me from fandoms I don't do (like SPN and SGs). And of course I would ask all individual authors permission for it and credit accordingly and do my best to be fair and just.

I haven't figured out all the technical bits of where and how, but I wanted to propose the idea to you before I get going. I'll do as much of the work as I can without inconveniencing you, because surely you do enough already.

Think about it, no hurries. But it might be a lot of fun! Thanks for your time!
Havenwardhavenward on March 30th, 2009 05:30 pm (UTC)
Hey there! I just wanted to let you know that we (the mods) have discussed it, and there's a couple thoughts that we have. Podfic and podcasts in general aren't a function of the comm, and we don't feel it's appropriate, as a community, to even appear as though we favor some ficlets over others. To that end we won't house the podcasts here. However, that being said, we don't have a problem with you making your own arrangements between yourself and the authors. When you've got yourself set up, we'll gladly point out that it's a project you're working on, and at that point we can come back to this again and discuss any possible affiliation.

Thanks so much for the interesting concept, and good luck!
(no subject) - flariariia on March 30th, 2009 05:38 pm (UTC) (Expand)
(no subject) - twasadark on May 14th, 2009 05:30 pm (UTC) (Expand)
rhi: existentional quandrayscruffyduck on April 15th, 2009 07:41 pm (UTC)
Question, I'm new so forgive me. But can you reply to old prompts that already have replies, other than the lonely prompts?
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on April 15th, 2009 07:52 pm (UTC)
You can if you'd like to! I'm sure the prompter would love to receive another ficlet. However, when you do that, it isn't something that we promote (like completed lonely prompts, which we link to every week). There's simply not a good method for doing so fairly for the entire community.
(no subject) - scruffyduck on April 15th, 2009 08:06 pm (UTC) (Expand)
sekiharataesekiharatae on April 18th, 2009 08:07 pm (UTC)
Probably a stupid question, but can we answer our own prompts if we get an idea and they've taken up residence in lonely-ville?
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on April 18th, 2009 08:10 pm (UTC)
Absolutely! We always want to encourage more writing, even if you end up giving yourself the plot idea. :D
(no subject) - sekiharatae on April 19th, 2009 03:05 am (UTC) (Expand)
(no subject) - codemonkeys on April 19th, 2009 03:08 am (UTC) (Expand)
scrollgirl: sg-1 sga john/cam ponyscrollgirl on April 20th, 2009 03:52 pm (UTC)
Underage fic?
I checked your FAQ and the userinfo for rules, but I didn't see anything about underage sex. Is that okay? I'll warn appropriately, of course. Thanks!
scrollgirl: sg-1 rpsscrollgirl on April 20th, 2009 04:03 pm (UTC)
Also, re multiple ficlets per same prompt
Your userinfo still says "Multiple comment ficlets can be committed for the same prompt." But I think you've changed this policy now? So that you encourage only one reply per prompt?
Re: Also, re multiple ficlets per same prompt - havenward on April 20th, 2009 04:38 pm (UTC) (Expand)
Re: Underage fic? - codemonkeys on April 20th, 2009 04:37 pm (UTC) (Expand)
Bring on the trumpets!: cheek kiss/chrisgothic_veils on May 14th, 2009 12:15 pm (UTC)
This is probably a silly question and I may well have missed the answer but can you leave fics in response to prompts any day, or just on the day of the themed post?
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on May 14th, 2009 01:10 pm (UTC)
You can leave response to fics from any day! We would never dream of stopping anyone from writing.

However, if you write for a prompt that already appears in the completed prompt indexes (as opposed to the active theme or one of the lonely prompts) we don't have a system in place of 'showing it off' to our readers as being newly written. Our code monkeys do so much work categorizing current themes and lonely prompts, it simply isn't feasible.

If you write for a lonely prompt, we have monkeys that are scheduled on certain days, and after we've collected a number of them links are posted to the community to show that they've been adopted.

I hope that helps!
(no subject) - gothic_veils on May 14th, 2009 01:12 pm (UTC) (Expand)
twasadarktwasadark on May 14th, 2009 05:28 pm (UTC)
This is probably a dumb question, but I really love Dark Angel fic and it's been a bear finding the completed comment fics for that fandom. If I click on the "prompt" link then I have to scroll through lots and lots of pages. Am I doing something wrong? Is there a better way to find completed fics?
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on May 14th, 2009 05:34 pm (UTC)
Because LiveJournal doesn't offer the ability to tag comments (and believe me, it'd make all our lives easier if it did!) the tags can only take you to the theme entries that offer those prompts.

If you're looking for just the Dark Angel prompts, it'd be much easier for you to go to the side bar at comment_fic, and follow the link for Indexes and Lonely Prompts. Dark Angel is found in the Sci-Fi Index.

I hope that helps!
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codemonkeyscodemonkeys on May 25th, 2009 05:08 pm (UTC)
Thanks for the heads up. You can just leave a comment in the Index for stuff like that :)
don't try this at home: [GO] [Crowley] drunk (by copinggoggles)enigel on May 27th, 2009 09:52 am (UTC)
Perhaps this is considered too obvious to be in the FAQ, but:

Can we leave prompts for past themes? E.g. yesterday has whizzed past so quickly I didn't get the time to leave a prompt before the next theme post went out. (Timezones = tricky.)
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on May 27th, 2009 12:39 pm (UTC)
No, you cannot. We do not lock the comments on past posts, in part because of the Lonely Prompts, but also so that readers can continue to comment on the stories they read from the indexes.

The reason we don't allow this is simple - no one will see them. Once the theme is over, all our prompters/writers are on to the active theme. We have a system in place to keep track of lonely prompts being answered, but we do that prompt by prompt - not theme by theme. It is, quite simply, not feasible to keep track of new prompts on old posts.

I'm sorry you missed out on yesterday! One way to help, maybe, is if you signed up to be a guest host yourself. You could run the theme again, that way.
elebridith: Chris Facepalmelebridith on May 27th, 2009 02:29 pm (UTC)
I feel kinda stupid for asking - but is there a rule for crossover prompts which fandom comes first? Do I prompt Leverage/Torchwood or Torchwood/Leverage?

Same goes for pairing within one fandom... I never understood if it's Eliot/Nate or Nate/Eliot...

I have the feeling I should know this, but I realized I always did it without thinking, which probably leads to more work for codemonkeys...
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on May 27th, 2009 02:40 pm (UTC)
There's no preference for pairings, since we do all coding by fandom.

As for fandom listings, there's a certain heirarchy as to what gets coded where (all crossovers containing SPN are in one place, for instance) however we don't put the restriction on the prompters to put that first. Since fandom is listed first, it isn't hard for the monkeys while coding to put things where they belong. :)
(no subject) - elebridith on May 27th, 2009 02:49 pm (UTC) (Expand)
Emma DeMaraisemmademarais on May 27th, 2009 09:40 pm (UTC)
Is there somewhere on the comm where there's a list of all the past themes? II was considering signing up as a Guest ost, but how will I know if the themes I'd like to use have already been done?

FWIW I think it would be helpful to have the Guest Host segment pulled out into its own bolded question. When I first scanned the FAQ for it I didn't see it since it's not in the question portion and was addressed in a question I hadn't thought would cover it.
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on May 27th, 2009 09:45 pm (UTC)
The next time we edit the FAQ I'll make a note to bold about the GH.

If you go here to the Guest Host Sign Up page, you can see where everyone has signed up, and the themes they signed up with. However, there is no restriction on the repetition of a theme. (For instance, the inebriation one is rather popular.) The important part is being excited for your themes, and to inspire others to join you :)
(no subject) - emmademarais on May 27th, 2009 10:45 pm (UTC) (Expand)
(no subject) - ravensword on May 27th, 2009 11:22 pm (UTC) (Expand)
egotists: J2 → Heartegotists on June 5th, 2009 10:18 am (UTC)
How often are the Lonely Prompts sorted through? I checked today and for some reason I kept clicking ones that had been answered. 6 or 7. -headdesks at my luck-
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on June 5th, 2009 02:26 pm (UTC)
Lonely prompts are sorted through on Sunday/Monday (half on each day), Wednesday, and Friday. But make sure you're in the right section! I've had people go to the CF Index page and click on the completed index links instead of the Lonely Prompt links.

If you were in Lonely Prompts, someone has definitely been a busy writer!
neierathima on June 12th, 2009 11:44 pm (UTC)
Hey codemonkeys,

I think a couple of people have asked about this, and I don't know if you've done one since then, but I have a list of the past guest hosts, and the themes.

If you're interested in it just let me know, I keep it updated.

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codemonkeyscodemonkeys on June 13th, 2009 12:46 am (UTC)
It's something that we've briefly considered, but have decided against because otherwise there's no point in having a nifty layout - all the action is on the comment pages after all. I will mention it to the other mods as being requested again, though, just in case they want to revisit the decision.
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(no subject) - codemonkeys on June 13th, 2009 01:00 am (UTC) (Expand)
Liv.: bobby s. :: with blooddarkmagic_luvr on July 17th, 2009 12:48 am (UTC)
I was wondering if I could request an advertisment? I created a Big Bang community specifically for crossovers, sign ups start August 1st and we could use some more members. Let me know if this would be possible!
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on July 17th, 2009 12:53 am (UTC)
I'll toss it to the other mods and get back to you :)
(no subject) - havenward on July 17th, 2009 12:54 am (UTC) (Expand)
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clwilson2006clwilson2006 on July 31st, 2009 12:43 pm (UTC)
How long do we get to respond to prompts? Does it have to be the day they are prompted or can we do it the next day? in fact how long until they drop to lonely prompts? it's just with time differences and two days of work in a week I always miss monday and wednesday prompts. and want to answer them the following day.
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on July 31st, 2009 01:59 pm (UTC)
We never drop prompts. Prompts remain on the lonely list until they've been answered and a code monkey has sorted. The prompt is then relisted as answered.

I hope that helps!
Lissamoontyger on August 23rd, 2009 05:39 pm (UTC)
I was looking through the Lonely prompts and happened to notice that some of my prompts were missing. Upon further investigation, it appears that they are there, but they are not bundled under any genre. They can be found by searching the themes or by fandom specifically, but the fact is, I'm not sure anyone would know to do that. And since the links to Lonely prompts are by genre, it seems likely to me that unbundled prompts will never be seen and hence never written for. This seems a problem.

Here are the relevant links:
Darkover (a fantasy book series, so should go under either fantasy or literature)
Chronicles of Elantra (another fantasy book series)
Triple (a Korean drama, so should probably go under Drama)

These are just my prompts and I haven't checked all of them; I would suspect there must be other prompts that are also unbundled and hence essentially invisible.
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on August 23rd, 2009 05:40 pm (UTC)
Thanks for the head's up! Someone else just contacted me about the problem - I suspect a pinch hitter misunderstood their directions. I'll get it fixed as soon as I can!
Lissa: empiremoontyger on August 25th, 2009 08:22 pm (UTC)
I really hate to bother you all again, but I was looking through prompts for one I meant to write and I noticed a few things misclassified.

Under the completed prompts section:

Runaways is a Marvel comic, and it's under "Japanese media"
Fire Emblem games are Japanese, but since there is a games category and that's where the lonely prompts go...

Lastly, and this is more of a mess: somehow the lonely!Warcraft and lonely!Guilty Gear prompts are bundled in the Completed Prompts games section, instead of the lonely ones.
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on August 25th, 2009 08:26 pm (UTC)
Thanks for the heads up! I've had a couple people standing in for things they don't normally do, and so things have gotten misplaced. With the Fire Emblem stuff, they might be double listed in both Japanese media and Games.

I should be having a monkey splitting the work up with myself later this week to sort through all the bundles. Real life constraints have kept us from doing it already...
cherry pie: Celebs; Tell me you love memorlockiness on September 4th, 2009 06:29 am (UTC)
Are we allowed to comment on a post of a previous day with a new prompt? Or is that post considered closed for new prompts when that day is over?
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on September 4th, 2009 06:34 am (UTC)
Once the post for the next day is up, we consider the prompt closed. This is because the day after a theme, the prompts are coded into the community's Delicious account. Because every day has a new theme, and the regular prompt volume is so high, it's unfortunately unfeasible to have the monkey's check through previous themes for new prompts.

We don't lock it, though, so that people can continue answering the prompts that have been left.
cherry pie: Heroes; the Cheerleadermorlockiness on September 11th, 2009 05:28 am (UTC)
For the Lonely Prompt challenge weekends, would fulfilling one of your own prompts count?
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on September 11th, 2009 04:49 pm (UTC)
Yes, you can fulfill your own prompts. :) We tend not to advertise that, simply because we like to see everyone get their prompts answered, but there's absolutely no rule against it.
Charlotteclpm_9 on October 19th, 2009 08:25 pm (UTC)

I have just been looking at the completed prompts on delicious.com and I noticed a small hitch - it looks as though a number of the ones added on the 16th Oct were linked like this -


as opposed to this


For those that don't have a paid account end up having to search through the relevent thread to find the story as they don't allow tracking.

codemonkeyscodemonkeys on October 19th, 2009 08:45 pm (UTC)
There was a mistake in the coding for that day, the monkey is working on it. Hopefully we'll have everything coded as normal asap. Sorry!
JKjak_frostty on November 12th, 2009 04:21 am (UTC)
Would it be completely inappropriate if I answered a prompt with a 1-2 panel comic instead of a fic? I mean I'll prolly be drawing and notifying the prompter anyway but I was wondering if it would cause problems with the archiving/general mission of the community.
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on November 12th, 2009 04:50 am (UTC)
Hey! That's so cool that we inspired you to a comic. We have no problem with you posting the comic to your journal, and then linking to it in a comment to the prompt with a note that it's a comic not a story. However, since the comm is geared toward prose, when the prompt is archived, it will be listed with the Lonely Prompts unless someone else has responded with a story. I hope you understand - we don't want to discourage you at all.

(no subject) - jak_frostty on November 12th, 2009 06:34 am (UTC) (Expand)
sexycazzysexycazzy on November 16th, 2009 02:51 pm (UTC)
Hello, first timer here! :) Enjoyed the lonely prompts weekend. Thank you!

And now to my question: I was wondering if it is allowed to make a post on my journal, to link to the prompts which I've written fic stories for? I will be also 'pimping' the community in the same post.

Thank you.
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on November 16th, 2009 07:02 pm (UTC)
Of course! That would be wonderful (and honestly, I do quite a lot of that myself if you peek at my masterlists of fic, heh.) Glad you enjoyed the contest!
seiensuiseiensui on January 1st, 2010 08:54 pm (UTC)

Just a quick question: is it okay if we comment on the stories that responded to our prompts to thank them? Or would that be too messy for the codemonkeys to sort through??

By the way, I just discovered this community, and I think this site is AWESOME!! Thanks for taking the time to make this happen!
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on January 2nd, 2010 03:31 am (UTC)
We encourage everyone to always thank the people who write for them! It's no problem for the monkeys at all, because they code by prompts, and what's got a story or not. But thanks so much for keeping the monkeys in mind!

Glad you found us, I hope you enjoy it!
commenting on stories - auroramama on February 13th, 2010 02:25 pm (UTC) (Expand)
Re: commenting on stories - codemonkeys on February 13th, 2010 08:06 pm (UTC) (Expand)
Elwingelwing_alcyone on February 16th, 2010 06:11 am (UTC)
I'm not sure where's best to put this, but there seem to have been a few theme posts that weren't archived on delicious. I found this one, this one and this one.
codemonkeyscodemonkeys on February 16th, 2010 06:17 am (UTC)
I'm looking into it now. Thanks!
(no subject) - havenward on February 19th, 2010 09:59 pm (UTC) (Expand)