I've got a few files I'll be wanting to share with any interested gaming/cardstock modelers/hobbyists soon. And I'd like any suggestions on good, free file hosting services anyone is using successfully.
I'm currently using www.4shared.com to create temporary backups of some of my files, as well as occasionally sharing stuff with friends. Standard accounts are free, and you can have as many as you have e-mail addresses (much like Photobucket). Registering gets you 5Gb of storage space, which you can divide up into folders if you need to, and you can upload individual files of up to 100Mb.
Last Edit: May 4, 2009 16:25:31 GMT -9 by Aestelon
I do have a few blogspots reserved. I just didn't look into what kind of policy on download limits, etc.
I was speaking mainly about PDf documents. The tile set I have made for dungeon crawling. And other items currently in the works. For images I'll continue using Photobucket, Picasso & eventually FlikR.
I am not ready to purchase my own domain (but when I do it'll probably be at SquareSpace) so I wondered what was free and the easiest method of getting some files distributed for people whom want them...without having to e-mail them all individually.
I'm still using it and I don't think the admins would mind but I post all my finished stuff over at www.papermakeit.com/. I use photobucket for my images as well. The main reason why I use paper make it is because other gamers (not just the ones that visit onemonks) get a chance to see and use it.
Post by nikloveland on Jun 13, 2012 16:46:25 GMT -9
Might I suggest Dropbox. It has been suggested before but I thought I'd put it here as well to be complete. It's really quite easy. Download the client, put the file you want to share in the public folder, right click and 'Copy Public Link', then paste it where ever you want to share it. Like so:
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