Fanfiction

  • OTW Fannews: Sharing Fandom

    Janita Burgess torstaina, 5 maaliskuuta 2015 - 6:35pm
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    • Writer Shawna Benson examined patterns of fandom growth and activity that she'd observed while moderating social media for The 100's Writers’ Room, as well as social media lessons learned. "Yes, we sell the US shows to other countries, but what do we do to accommodate those fanbases which spring up in other countries? Suddenly, the 'official' accounts feel less useful. They don’t get the CW in the UK, Australia, Brazil, France or Spain, or even Canada — the main countries which outside of the U.S. watch The 100. How do we accommodate those fans? The official accounts are restricted in this. Guess what? Writers’ rooms are not."
    • As part of International Fanworks Day, LiveJournal community Mari di Challenge interviewed OTW Translation Committee chairs Hele Braunstein and Priscilla del Cima about the committee's work (article in Italian). Both spoke about their fannish backgrounds, how AO3 fits together with the OTW and its other projects, how the organization sustains those projects financially and personnel-wise, what the OTW's vision of fandom is, and what changes might happen in the next five years.
    • Book review blogger Traci began a series of posts about the OTW. "I was recently reading an article and it was mentioned that media seems to 'see bronies as far more newsworthy that Organization for Transformative Works or the Vlogbrothers' Nerdfighter movement.' Now, I see a lot of things about Nerfighters, and the Green brothers in particular, but have not seen much on OTW outside of those in the know. So I decided to fangirl all over one of my favorite organizations for a post. Then I realized that I would need at least a couple posts to fully share my love and appreciation."
    • The Verge's Entertainment Editor Emily Yoshida discussed her discovery of fanfiction on the StarWarsChicks.com posting board. "One of the first things I was drawn to besides the message board was...The Library, it was a fanfic archive of the stories everyone in the community had written." She was asked to speculate about why fanfic writers seemed to be mostly by female writers. She suggested that the medium of writing was better suited to women. "It's non-visual, it takes a long time to read somebody's whole novel...and that's the payoff is this expectation and this waiting and this buildup...but it gets that same kind of following and addictive aspect to it." (No transcript available).

    Fanlore is a place for all fans to share their knowledge about fans and fandoms. Add details to an existing entry or start a new one!

    We want your suggestions! If you know of an essay, video, article, podcast, or link you think we should know about, comment on the most recent OTW Fannews post. Links are welcome in all languages! Submitting a link doesn't guarantee that it will be included in a Fannews post, and inclusion of a link doesn't mean that it is endorsed by the OTW.

  • OTW Fannews: Interacting with Canon

    algonquin tiistaina, 3 maaliskuuta 2015 - 5:12pm
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    • The it-getters at PBS' Idea Channel released an episode focusing on fanfiction & LGBT representation. "Official writers are...gesturing at alternate universes, at relationships that could exist between characters -- were the world of the show...not what it actually is. I see this as the sacred charge of so much fanfiction, to express the love left unexpressed in so much popular culture." (No transcript available.)
    • Wired's Angry Nerd spoke about why the existence of Fifty Shades of Grey is vital to fanfic. "The key component is fans' passionately engaging with the work and digging more deeply into fictional worlds than their creators ever did." He goes on to discuss how much of what Hollywood is producing is no different than what fans are doing in the way they re-imagine old franchises. (No transcript available.)
    • An article in Vice attempted to identify the reasons behind political fanfiction. "Franke-Ruta discusses the ways that we project our own imaginations and beliefs onto serious considerations of political figures and issues. We do the same with our coverage of sports, culture, and viral news as well—we're constantly granting individuals and events symbology, emotional impact, and an imaginary, packaged takeaway. There are many ways to do this—especially online, where we can create an identity more in line with others' than our own more easily than we can in real life. But fan fiction might be the most extreme example: You are, literally, taking control of reality."
    • While the stories above featured fan art and fanfiction, The Mary Sue tipped fans to a Imgur gif tool. "All you have to do is find the video you want online, plug the URL into Imgur’s new tool, and tell it the start and end points that you want to memorialize forever in a glorious, infinitely looped animation. If the created GIF would be larger than 10MB, Imgur also automatically converts it to a much more efficient GIFV, which is a standard from improved video clips that they’ve been pushing since last year."

    What fanworks have you seen that have had an impact outside fan communities? Write about them in Fanlore! Contributions are welcome from all fans.

    We want your suggestions! If you know of an essay, video, article, podcast, or link you think we should know about, comment on the most recent OTW Fannews post. Links are welcome in all languages! Submitting a link doesn't guarantee that it will be included in a Fannews post, and inclusion of a link doesn't mean that it is endorsed by the OTW.

  • Events Calendar for March

    Jennifer Rose Hale sunnuntaina, 1 maaliskuuta 2015 - 1:30pm
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    Welcome to our Events Calendar roundup for the month of March! The Events Calendar can be found on the OTW website and is open to submissions by anyone with news of an event. These can be viewed by event-type, such as Academic Conferences, Fan Events and Fests, Legal Events, OTW Events, or Technology Events taking place around the world.

    • Subtitled "the slash slumber party," Escapade 2015 is celebrating 25 years of bringing slash fans together. The event has three panel tracks--fandom-specific, meta discussion, and tech--and panel discussion is "highly interactive." Attendance to Escapade (March 6-8 in Los Angeles, California, United States) is capped at 150. Read fan impressions of Escapade at Fanlore.
    • Cardboard*Con is "the world's most affordable science fiction / fantasy convention, and the first dedicated to the art of cardboard costuming." The event includes workshops and a costume contest. It's in Atlanta, Georgia, United States, on March 7.

    • Described as a "light-hearted academic conference," the Conference on Middle-Earth 2015 is a single-track conference dedicated to the works of J.R.R. Tolkien. It takes place March 28-29, in Albany, New York, United States.

    • The Pop Culture Association/American Culture Association Joint Annual Conference will include topics related to fandom and fan theory such as fanfiction, cosplay, fan pilgrimages, and more. Mat Fraser, actor (American Horror Story: Freak Show) and disability advocate, will be a featured speaker. The conference is April 1-4 in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States.

    Calls for Papers this month come from:

    • Gendered Politics of Production: Girls and Women as Media Producers. Girls and women are producing more media than ever before, but they face misogynistic backlash in occurrences such as the recent "Gamergate." As part of a one-day symposium at Middlesex University, writers are encouraged to submit papers on themes including, but not limited to, historical analyses of girls and women as media producers; the production and circulation of feminist and activist media texts; gendered labour in media industries; and methodological approaches to studying production cultures. Abstracts of 250 words and a 50-word bio are due March 15; the symposium is June 16.

    • The Fan Studies Network 2015 Conference. The Fan Studies Network is issuing a call for papers and panels for this year's conference. Topics include but are not limited to activism and fandom, fandom and conflict, fan conventions, transculture and fandom, and more. The conference is also accepting expressions of interest in a short "speed-geeking" session, in which a speaker can chair a discussion of a brief idea for feedback. Submissions are due March 22; the conference is June 27-28 in Norwich, United Kingdom.

    • Edited Volume on Non-Professional Subtitling. Non-professional subtitling (sometimes known as "fansubbing") is one of the less-studied forms of user-generated content, arising in the 1980s with the growing popularity of anime in the United States. In this case, "non-professional" doesn't refer to the quality but instead to the type of content produced for distribution online and without profit. Both scholars and practitioners are welcome to contribute papers for a volume on the subject area. Topics can include but are not limited to the non-professional subtitling process, products, communities, and training. Abstracts are due March 31 with full articles due August 30; the volume's anticipated publication date is January 2016.

    Help out a researcher!

    This month we received two requests for research participation:

    The first request is from Arinda Sutantapreeda at Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. She is conducting an online survey on the users of fanfiction websites and the relationship between authors' gender, sexual orientation, and the preference for types of erotic stories.

    Her contact information is arinda [dot] sutantapreeda [at] gmail [dot] com.

    You can find the survey online; note that the latter part of the survey is ages 18 and up only, though all ages can participate in the first half. The research results will be shared with survey participants who provide their email addresses in the survey or who send their email address separately.

    The second request comes from Lidia Wisniewska at the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Poland.

    She is working on a study to find out more about motivation to read (and write) fanfiction, and is asking authors and readers to take a survey. She has Ethical Board approval for this effort as part of a larger project.

    Her contact information is lidiaw [at] umk [dot] pl.

    Survey results are anonymous, and by participating in the survey you are giving consent to have your answers included in the research. Results will be published and available on request.

    If you have requests for research participation, please view our policy for inclusion at our website.


    The OTW encourages anyone to submit an event that's not already listed, and to check out the calendar throughout the year!

  • OTW Fannews: Being In the Know

    Janita Burgess lauantaina, 28 helmikuuta 2015 - 7:51pm
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    • A post at Movie Pilot pointed out how early fanwork passions can begin. "I was on Wattpad and came across a profile and her name was Alexandria1019. She has a couple of stories she wrote, which are amazing in my point of view...And the coolest thing, she's a 7th grader." Her dreams are short-term but her reasons are universal. "'When I get older, and go to high school, I want to join a writing club. I want to be a writer because whenever I write, it's like I'm in a totally different universe. Like I'm not in reality...I know they aren't my characters and my story that I wrote myself, but it gives me a chance too express what I think. Because, I can't really express what I think to people.'"
    • These early lessons can have a big impact though. An article at Neon Tommy discussed why people respond to fanfiction. "I found myself reading multiple stories like Red’s, about kids who used fanfiction as a means to improve their English, and with fantastic results. Users told me about how fanfiction helped expand their vocabulary, as well as experiences such as an anonymous user who 'learned about the culture…ideas and feelings of the writers. When reading I stopped more than once, to learn about a new tradition, a word, a poem, an author, a new kind of music…It’s a window to new knowledge…' So, with fanfiction, it wasn’t just me who was improving my writing skills."
    • The New York Post was one of many sites trying to find stories related to Fifty Shades of Grey to coincide with the movie's release. In their case they found a fanfic writer to discuss pulling to publish and the merits of the fic as originally written. "But many in the fanficton.net community are confused and concerned by James’ success. 'The prose style, the dialogue — it was very juvenile. It was very simplistic,' says Karen, a 50-year-old administrator from Phoenix who uses the name piewacket on the site and recalls reading James’ original posts."
    • A different look at fanfic was provided by the OTW's Kristina Busse in a post at How We Get to Next. There she argued against separating fanfiction from communities. "Star Trek also became 'trans-fannish' very quickly, Busse explained, intermingling with followers of other series. 'In the 1970s conventions started to include Doctor Who, and by the 1980s you have entire zines that are nothing but crossovers. It moved beyond the specific show; people would become fannish butterflies where they would go from one fandom to another.' In doing so, they brought with them characters, plots and settings — and also tropes."

    How do you define fanfiction and what has it brought to your life? Write about it in Fanlore! Contributions are welcome from all fans.

    We want your suggestions! If you know of an essay, video, article, podcast, or link you think we should know about, comment on the most recent OTW Fannews post. Links are welcome in all languages! Submitting a link doesn't guarantee that it will be included in a Fannews post, and inclusion of a link doesn't mean that it is endorsed by the OTW.

  • Table for Three is Coming to the AO3

    Kiri Van Santen perjantaina, 27 helmikuuta 2015 - 5:11pm
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    Banner of two men and a woman in an embrace with the title 'Table for Three a Triofic Archive'

    The Archive of Our Own (AO3) welcomes Table for Three, a Harry Potter archive dedicated to the Harry/Ron/Hermione ship!

    In this post:

    Background explanation

    Table for Three was founded as the definitive archive dedicated to the Harry Potter Trio Ship, featuring stories in which Harry, Hermione and Ron are involved with each other romantically. (This may be best summed up by a note on the homepage: If you're looking for the three primary characters of “Harry Potter” in a great writhing puppy pile, you've got to the right place.)

    In recent years, traffic and submissions to the archive have dwindled to near-non existence, and it’s become difficult for the mod to justify the considerable expense of keeping the archive open. To prevent these works from being lost, he contacted Open Doors to give them a new home on the Archive of Our Own.

    Open Doors will be working with Jonathan Andrew Sheen, the archive mod, to import Table for Three into a separate, searchable collection with its own identity. Eventually the links going to the old site will re-direct to the collection on AO3 so the works can continue to be found with their old URLs. We will begin importing works from Table for Three to the AO3 collection in March 2015.

    What does this mean for creators who have work on Table for Three?

    This is the part where we ask for your help!

    1. If you already have an AO3 account and have posted your Table for Three works there, please contact Open Doors with your Table for Three pseud(s) and e-mail address(es), so that we won’t import your works. (For instructions on mass-adding works to the new collection on the AO3, Table for Three, please see the Open Doors website.)

    2. If you don’t have an AO3 account but would like one to import your works yourself, please contact Open Doors with your Table for Three pseud(s), and the preferred e-mail address to send the AO3 invite to. (For instructions on importing works and adding them to the Table for Three collection, please see the Open Doors website.)

    3. If you don’t already have an AO3 account but would like one, as well as assistance importing your works, please contact Open Doors with your Table for Three pseud(s), and the preferred e-mail address to send the AO3 invite to. (Once your account is set up, let us know your AO3 name, and we can transfer your works to you.)

    4. If you would NOT like your works moved, please contact Open Doors with your Table for Three pseud(s) and e-mail address(es) so that we will not add them. (If you would not mind them being preserved but do not want your name attached to them any longer, please let us know that too--we can orphan your works instead of leaving them behind to be deleted.)

    All works archived on a creator’s behalf will be attributed with the creator’s name in the byline of the work. As we import works, we will e-mail notifications to the address associated with the work. When all works have been accounted for, the Open Doors committee will set up the URL redirects, and we will permanently close down the site.

    All imported works will be set to be viewable only by logged-in AO3 users. Once you claim your works, you can make them publicly-viewable if you choose. After 30 days, all unclaimed imported works will be made visible to all visitors.

    If you no longer have access to the email account associated with your Table for Three account, please contact Open Doors and we'll help you out. (If you've posted the works elsewhere, or have an easy way to verify that they're yours, that's fantastic; if not, we will work with the Table for Three mod to confirm your claims.)


    If you still have questions...


    If you have further questions, visit the Open Doors FAQ page, contact the Open Doors committee, or leave a comment on this post and we'll respond as soon as we can.

    We'd also love it if fans could help us preserve the story of Table for Three on Fanlore. If you're new to wiki editing, no worries! Check out the new visitor portal, or ask the Fanlore Gardeners for tips.

    We're excited to be able to help preserve Table for Three!

    - The Open Doors team

  • OTW Fannews: Spreading Around Fanworks

    Kiri Van Santen torstaina, 26 helmikuuta 2015 - 5:29pm
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    banner by Robyn of a cartoon woman announcing types of fanworks with a megaphone

    • Public radio station WBEZ announced they would be producing fan-written minisodes of its historical drama podcast PleasureTown. "In minisode 1, we meet Esther, the town seamstress, who spins a yarn about her lost heritage and life under the watchful eye of the menacing Miz Janine. The PleasureTown legend continues... this time, at the hands of its fans."
    • Kasterborous reposted some Doctor Who Crossover fan art. "One of the greatest things about the Doctor Who fandom is their passion for all things Who and their propensity for wanting to mashup the Doctor with just about any other programme or intellectual property out there. From SuperWhoLock to Eleven and the Ponds meeting Capt. Picard and the crew of the Enterprise, it would seem there really isn’t anywhere in time and space the TARDIS can’t show up."
    • While an article at D magazine regrettably elevated fan films over fanfiction, it pointed to another Whovian fanwork, Doctor Who: The Soldier Stories, as part of an article on the “Fan Days” festivities in Dallas, Texas. "Comic books and entertainment in the sci-fi/fantasy wheelhouse tend to get viewed as escapist fare, a chance to get away from some of the more dull or soul-crushing aspects of the real world. That may be true to a degree, but it ignores the community and connections that form from an appreciation of the things that get discussed at events like, say, Dallas Comic Con. It’s a chance for the fans to let their freak flags fly proudly."
    • Fanfic writers got a little more credit in an article at Publishers Weekly which included them in A Look Ahead to Self-Publishing in 2015. "Gardner says she expects to see 'more real person fan fiction and stories about breaking news in the coming year.' Also, while genre fiction remains strong, she’s seeing a change in subject matter—'sexy cowboys' are giving way to sexy MMA fighters in the romance genre, and jinns are taking over from vampires as common protagonists in the fantasy realm."

    Where are all the places you find fanworks? Write about them in Fanlore! Contributions are welcome from all fans.

    We want your suggestions! If you know of an essay, video, article, podcast, or link you think we should know about, comment on the most recent OTW Fannews post. Links are welcome in all languages! Submitting a link doesn't guarantee that it will be included in a Fannews post, and inclusion of a link doesn't mean that it is endorsed by the OTW.

  • OTW Fannews: Shades of Fanworks

    Claudia Rebaza sunnuntaina, 22 helmikuuta 2015 - 7:08pm
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    Banner by James Baxter of colored pencils arranged in a circle around the title Shades of Fanworks

    • The release of Fifty Shades of Grey in theaters led to a wave of stories connecting it to its fanfiction roots. A post at MoviePilot though, focused on fan art for the fandom.
    • Vodkaster asked if the movie was about what women wanted or what fans wanted (article in French). Writer Johanna Ruiz cited surveys showing that literature was a particularly female format, and stated that women were embracing writing online to create their own literature. She further suggested that there's a deficiency in representing women's desire in commercial production which has led to its expression within fanfiction.
    • Independent focused on the new markets reached by the book, while overlooking fandom entirely. "While there are all sorts of negative connotations around erotic fiction, what the mainstream publishing world never really reckoned on was the fact that women actually wanted to read these books.... Somehow EL James and a respectable publisher managed to introduce pornography to a demographic that are ordinarily notoriously porn-proof. This was soft porn for suburbia, erotica made accessible, not to mention acceptable, through its coverage in the respectable pages of the Sunday supplements."
    • Vanity Fair renewed claims that literary agents are searching fan fiction sites for the next Fifty Shades of Grey. "Her pitch to publishing houses was forthright about the book’s origins, but she didn’t lead with its fanfic roots, admitting, 'In many ways the way in which you enter publishing determines where you will be.' At the time, there was also a sense that the Fifty Shades effect wouldn’t have staying power. 'There were definitely editors that said they thought [fan] fic was over, which I think is funny in retrospect because that was 2012, and how many deals have there been since then?'"

    What are all the deals you know about of fanfic that was pulled to publish? Write about them in Fanlore! Contributions are welcome from all fans.

    We want your suggestions! If you know of an essay, video, article, podcast, or link you think we should know about, comment on the most recent OTW Fannews post. Links are welcome in all languages! Submitting a link doesn't guarantee that it will be included in a Fannews post, and inclusion of a link doesn't mean that it is endorsed by the OTW.

  • International Fanworks Day Roundup

    saphsaq lauantaina, 21 helmikuuta 2015 - 5:07pm
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    Avainsanat:

    Journée Internationale pour les Œuvres Aficionados

    La journée internationale des oeuvres aficionados est maintenant derrière nous. Nous souhaiterions remercier toutes les personnes ayant participé à ce défi que nous nous somme lancé pour célébrer cette journée! Si vous l’avez manqué, voici quelques activités que vous pouvez retrouver :

    1. Le défi des oeuvres aficionados courtes, #IFDrabble. Explorer le tag #IFDrabble où vous voulez, ou le tag International Fanworks Day 2015 (Journée internationale des oeuvres aficionados 2015) sur l’AO3. Nous partageons quelques unes de nos entrées préférées ci-dessous!
    2. Un petit oiseau nous a parlé de célébrations dans d’autres communautés aficionados, n’hésitez pas à jetez un coup d’oeil à la liste pour voir ce qui a été partagé!
    3. Fête des commentaires : Vous pouvez voir les liens vers les oeuvres aficionados favorites que les gens ont fait et n’oubliez pas de laisser vos propres commentaires, vous aussi!)
    4. Le 8 Février, nous avons organisé un chat en live sur le thème “Pourquoi Les oeuvres aficionados devraient-elles être célébrées?”, avec trois auteures : Cecilia Tan, Tara Sue Me et Racheline Maltese. Ces trois auteures ont commencé avec l’écriture de fictions. Des maison d'éditions leur ont ensuite ouvert leurs portes et publient aujourd'hui leurs oeuvres, tout en participant toujours à la création d’oeuvres aficionados. Aux côtés de Francesca Coppa, la modératrice, ce panel a ainsi discuté de la valeur et de l’importance de tous les types d’oeuvres aficionados. Si vous l’avez manqué, il vous est toujours possible de lire la transcription(en anglais).
  • Archiwum Monaboyd.net przybywa do AO3!

    Priscilla Del Cima perjantaina, 20 helmikuuta 2015 - 5:43pm
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    MonaBoyd.net

    W tym poście:

    Wyjaśnienia wstępne

    Drzwi Otwarte mają przyjemność pracować z Shirasade aby powitać Archiwum Monaboyd.net, archiwum fanfiction o RPF Władcy Pierścieni skupionym na pairingu Dominica Monaghana (Merry) i Billy'ego Boyda (Pippin), w Archive of Our Own – AO3 (Naszym Własnym Archiwum).

    W swoim nowym domu, archiwum Monaboyd.net będzie osobną, możliwą do przeszukania kolekcją z własną tożsamością dla całego fanfiction zadomowionego w archiwum. Zaczniemy ręcznie importować prace z archiwum Monaboyd.net do kolekcji AO3 w marcu 2015.

    Co oznacza to dla twórców posiadających prace na Monaboyd.net?

    To ta część, gdzie prosimy o twoją pomoc!

    1. Jeśli posiadasz już konto na AO3 i publikowałaś/eś tu swoje prace z Archiwum Monaboyd.net, skontaktuj się z Drzwiami Otwartymi podając swój pseudonim z Monaboyd.net i adres email, abyśmy nie importowali twoich prac. (Dodaj "Monaboyd.net" w tytule.)

    W celu uzyskania instrukcji na temat masowego dodawania prac do nowej kolekcji AO3, Archiwum Monaboyd, odwiedź stronę Drzwi Otwartych.

    2. Jeśli nie masz konta na AO3, ale chcesz importować swoje prace samodzielnie, skontaktuj się z Drzwiami Otwartymi podając swój pseudonim z Monaboyd.net oraz preferowany adres email, na który mamy wysłać zaproszenie do AO3. (Dodaj "Monaboyd.net" w tytule.)

    W celu uzyskania instrukcji na temat masowego dodawania prac do nowej kolekcji AO3, Archiwum Monaboyd, odwiedź stronę Drzwi Otwartych.

    3. Jeśli nie masz jeszcze konta na AO3, ale chcesz je mieć, jak również otrzymać pomoc przy importowaniu prac, skontaktuj się z Drzwiami Otwartymi podając swój pseudonim z Monaboyd.net oraz preferowany adres email, na który mamy wysłać zaproszenie do AO3. (Dodaj "Monaboyd.net" w tytule.)

    Kiedy twoje konto zostanie już aktywowane, podaj nam swoją nazwę użytkownika na AO3, a będziemy mogli przesłać ci twoje prace kiedy zostaną importowane.

    4. Jeśli NIE chcesz, aby twoje prace zostały przeniesione, skontaktuj się z Drzwiami Otwartymi podając swój pseudonim z Monaboyd.net i adres email, abyśmy ich nie dodawali. (Dodaj "Monaboyd.net" w tytule.)

    Jeśli nie masz nic przeciwko temu, żeby zostały zachowane, ale nie chcesz aby nadal zawierały twoje imię, również daj nam o tym znać — możemy osierocić twoje prace zamiast pozostawić je i potem skasować. Wszystkie prace zarchiwizowane w imieniu autora będą miały przypisane jego imię w nagłówku pracy. W trakcie importowania prac będziemy wysyłać powiadomienia mailowe na adresy związane z daną pracą.

    Wszystkie zaimportowane prace będą dostępne do wglądu jedynie zalogowanym użytkownikom AO3. Kiedy przejmiesz swoje prace, możesz udostępnić je do oglądania przez wszystkich. Po 3 miesiącach wszystkie zaimportowane prace, który nie zostały przejęte przez autorów, zostaną ustawione jako widoczne dla odwiedzających. Jeśli nie masz już dostępu do konta email powiązanego z kontem Archiwum Monaboyd.net, skontaktuj się z Drzwiami Otwartymi, a my ci pomożemy. (Jeśli publikowałaś/eś swoje prace w innym miejscu lub masz łatwy sposób na to, aby zweryfikować czy są twoje, to świetnie. Jeśli nie, będziemy współpracować z Shirasade, modem Archiwum Monaboyd.net, aby potwierdzić twoje prawa.)

    Jeśli wciąż masz pytania...

    Jeśli masz więcej pytań, odwiedź stronę FAQ Drzwi Otwartych, skontaktuj się z komisją Drzwi Otwartych lub zostaw komentarz pod tym postem, a my odpowiemy jak najszybciej damy radę.

    Byłoby wspaniale gdyby fani pomogliby nam zachować historię Archiwum MonaBoyd.net. Jeśli edytowanie wiki to dla ciebie nowość, nie przejmuj się! Sprawdź portal nowo odwiedzających lub lub poproś Administratorów Fanlore o wskazówki.

    Cieszymy się, że możemy pomóc zachować Archiwum Monaboyd.net!

    - Grupa Drzwi Otwartych

  • Monaboyd.net Arşivi AO3’e Geliyor!

    Priscilla Del Cima perjantaina, 20 helmikuuta 2015 - 5:42pm
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    MonaBoyd.net

    Bu yazıda bulacaklarınız:

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    Open Doors (Açık Kapılar), bir Lord of the Rings (Yüzüklerin Efendisi) RPF (gerçek kişi kurgusu) hayran kurgusu arşivi olan ve Dominic Monaghan (Merry) ve Billy Boyd (Pippin) çifti üzerine yoğunlaşan Monaboyd.net Arşivi’ni Archive of Our Own – AO3’e (Kendimize Ait Bir Arşiv) katmak için Shirasade ile çalışmaktan büyük mutluluk duyar.

    Yeni evinde Monaboyd.net Arşivi, bağımsız, arama yapılabilen bir koleksiyon olacak ve güncel arşivde bulunan bütün hayran kurgusu için kendi kimliğine sahip olacak. 2015 yılının Mart ayında manuel olarak Monaboyd.net Arşivi’nden eserleri AO3 koleksiyonuna aktarmaya başlayacağız.

    Monaboyd.net Arşivi’nde eserleri bulunan yaratıcılar için bu ne anlama geliyor?

    Bu bölümde sizin yardımınıza ihtiyacımız olacak!

    1. AO3'te mevcutta bir hesabınız varsa ve Monaboyd.net Arşivi’ndeki eserlerinizi oraya da yüklediyseniz eserlerinizin içe aktarılmaması için lütfen Açık Kapılar ile irtibata geçerek Monaboyd.net Arşivi’nde kullandığınız isimleri ve e-posta adreslerini bildirin. (Lütfen konu kısmına “Monaboyd.net” eklemeyi unutmayın.)

    AO3’teki Monaboyd Arşivi’ne nasıl toplu eser yükleyebileceğinizi öğrenmek için lütfen Açık Kapılar sayfasını ziyaret edin.

    2. AO3 hesabınız yok, ancak eserlerinizi kendiniz yüklemek istiyorsanız lütfen Açık Kapılar ile irtibata geçerek Monaboyd.net Arşivi’nde kullandığınız isimleri ve AO3 davetinin gönderilmesi için tercih ettiğiniz e-posta adresini bildirin. (Lütfen konu kısmına “Monaboyd.net” eklemeyi unutmayın.)

    Eserlerinizi nasıl içe aktaracağınızı ve Monaboyd Arşiv koleksiyonuna ekleyebileceğinizi öğrenmek için lütfen Açık Kapılar sayfasını ziyaret edin.

    3.Eğer mevcut bir AO3 hesabınız yoksa ve bir hesap oluşturup eserlerinizi içe aktarmada yardım almak istiyorsanız lütfen Açık Kapılar ile irtibata geçerek Monaboyd.net Arşivi’nde kullandığınız isimleri ve AO3 davetinin gönderilmesi için tercih ettiğiniz e-posta adresini bildirin. (Lütfen konu kısmına “Monaboyd.net” eklemeyi unutmayın.)

    Hesabınız oluşturulduğunda bize AO3 isminizi bildirdiğinizde eserlerinizin içe aktarımı bitince sizin adınıza kaydedebiliriz.

    4. Eserlerinizin aktarılmasını İSTEMİYORSANIZ lütfen eserlerinizin aktarılmaması için Açık Kapılar ile irtibata geçerek Monaboyd.net Arşivi’nde kullandığınız isimleri ve e-posta adreslerini bildirin. (Lütfen konu kısmına “Monaboyd.net” eklemeyi unutmayın.)

    Eserlerinizin saklanmasının sizin için bir sakıncası yok, ancak artık isminizin bu eserlerle ilişkili olmasını istemiyorsanız lütfen bunu da belirtin—eserlerinizi terk edilmiş göstererek hayranların şimdi ve gelecekte onlara ulaşabilmesini sağlayabiliriz.

    Yaratıcı adına aktarılan tüm eserlerin özet bölümünde yaratıcının adı belirtilecek ve ileride eserin sahiplenilmesi için ne yapılması gerektiğini anlatan bir not eklenecektir. Eserlerin aktarımını yaptıkça eserle ilişkili e-posta adresine bildirim göndereceğiz. Aktarılan eserlerin hepsi sadece giriş yapan AO3 kullanıcıları tarafından görüntülenecek şekilde ayarlanacaktır. Eserlerinizi üzerinize aldıktan sonra isterseniz herkese açabilirsiniz. Sahiplenilmeyen tüm eserler 3 ay sonunda tüm ziyaretçilere açılacaktır.

    Monaboyd.net Arşivi hesabınızla ilişkili e-posta adresinize artık erişiminiz yoksa lütfen Açık Kapılar ile irtibata geçerek yardım isteyin. (Eserleri yüklediğiniz başka bir yer varsa veya size ait olduklarını doğrulayabilmemiz için kolay bir çözümünüz varsa harika; yoksa Monaboyd.net arşiv yöneticisi Shirasade ile birlikte iddianızı doğrulamaya çalışacağız.)

    Halen sorunuz varsa...

    Diğer sorularınız için Açık Kapılar SSS sayfasını ziyaret edebilir, Açık Kapılar Komitesi ile irtibata geçebilir veya bu gönderiye yorum bırakabilirsiniz. En kısa sürede size cevap vermeye çalışırız.

    Monaboyd.net Arşivi ile ilgili anılarınızı Fanlore’da paylaşın ve gelecek nesiller için hikayesinin devam etmesini sağlayın. Vikipedi sayfası düzenlemesini bilmiyorsanız sorun değil! Bu sayfayı ziyaret edebilir ya da Fanlore Bahçıvanlarına sorabilirsiniz.

    Monaboyd.net Arşivi’nin devam etmesine yardım edeceğimiz için heyecanlıyız!

    - Açık Kapılar ekibi

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