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Dear SKFA,

Moderators on SKFA are allocated a larger limit for Attachments and Private Messages (PM) in order to assist the forum members. However, when that moderator retired and went back to a normal Member account their limits for Attachments and Private Messages would revert to the normal membership limits. Thereby crippling the ex-moderators ability to continue contributing to the forum with new attachments or PMs. The only option previously was to delete attachments from past posts, so that space is made available to upload new attachments.

It is not in the interest of SKFA to have the content and posts from these great contributors to be deleted if the ex-moderator wanted to continue to contribute to the forum as a normal member.

The site Administrator and the current SKFA Mods have come to an agreement to honour past contributors, like ex-moderators, who have made a significant contribution to this forum by creating a special account called "Hall of Fame".

 @ineke becomes our first Hall of Fame (HOF) inductee!

Ineke's account will be given a unique ability to post additional Attachments and PMs above the normal Member account limits.

Hall of Fame account holders will be donated by the "HOF" acronym below their name and avatar.

Hopefully this encourages ex-SKFA moderators to continue to be valuable Members in this community without hampering their ability to upload attachments or PMs.

 

Limits to normal Member and Platinum Member accounts remain unchanged.

 

Please note: that nomination into the Hall of Fame account is at the discretion of the SKFA site Admin and Mods only. Self nominations will not be accepted.

 

 

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Thank you so much. This is really awesome especially under the circumstances. I intend to be more active on the forum again so being able to use pictures makes it even more enticing to put in an appearance. 

Thanks again 

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