1. Member Since 9th Jun, 2011
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knighty is the creator and lead developer of Fimfiction. It's probably best if most requests for help go to other staff members

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This is a list of conventions I have been to and ones I plan on attending in the future as a guest or attendee. I'll also list some other meet ups here

✓ BUCK 2013 - Manchester

Role: Guest of honour

Write up blog post

✓ Crystal Fair Con 2014 - Helsinki

Role: Guest

Write up blog post

✓ Galacon 2014 - Ludwigsburg

Role: Attendee

✓ BUCK 2014 - Manchester

Role: Guest of honour

Write up blog post

#S5LDN - London

Whenever the hell it happens I'll be there

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#6,199 · 13h, 30m ago · · ·

I've probably asked for this before, but there's one feature that the site could really use:

Let's say you favorited a story, but for whatever reason don't choose to follow its author.

Now, let's say that author publishes a sequel to said story, but doesn't post a blog post, tagged to the original story, announcing the sequel.

How are you to know there's a sequel?

For example: Butter Up, which just hit the feature box. I'm not following the author despite having read and enjoyed the two previous stories in that series, so until I saw it in the feature box? Did not know it existed.

So what we need is for sequels to stories you've favorited to show up in your feed, regardless of if you're following the author.

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