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* No files visible upon visiting the site.
 
* No files visible upon visiting the site.
 
** User is presented with a file upload box.
 
** User is presented with a file upload box.
* Strict file size limit, like 10MB or something.
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* Strict file size limit, like 1MB or something.
 
* Limited sampling of files are presented to the user upon upload.   
 
* Limited sampling of files are presented to the user upon upload.   
 
** Not all of the files.  Keeps it interesting.
 
** Not all of the files.  Keeps it interesting.
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* File is deleted after so many downloads.
 
* File is deleted after so many downloads.
 
* Max number of files or disk size on the server.
 
* Max number of files or disk size on the server.
** 100 10MB files maybe?
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** 1,000 1MB files maybe?
 
** Upon the "penny tray" getting full, full access to all files is presented to the user until a sufficient amount of room is made in the "tray" at which point it reverts to presenting the user with an upload box.
 
** Upon the "penny tray" getting full, full access to all files is presented to the user until a sufficient amount of room is made in the "tray" at which point it reverts to presenting the user with an upload box.
  

Revision as of 02:37, 18 February 2013

Creator:
strages
Status:
thinking it over
Born On:
02:34, 18 February 2013 (CST)
Last Updated:
02:37, 18 February 2013 (CDT)

Overview

A website working similarly to a "take a penny, leave a penny" tray common at many convenient stores in the US. You upload a file to get access to other uploaded files on the site.

Features

  • No files visible upon visiting the site.
    • User is presented with a file upload box.
  • Strict file size limit, like 1MB or something.
  • Limited sampling of files are presented to the user upon upload.
    • Not all of the files. Keeps it interesting.
  • Strict one download per upload.
  • File is deleted after so many downloads.
  • Max number of files or disk size on the server.
    • 1,000 1MB files maybe?
    • Upon the "penny tray" getting full, full access to all files is presented to the user until a sufficient amount of room is made in the "tray" at which point it reverts to presenting the user with an upload box.