|>>||Anonymous 5aug2017(sa)19:31 No.52223 OP |P1
As of now you have ~187,939 flashes, unsure of how many are categorized.
Wondering how long it would take to categorize every flash if X number of people categorized 5 flashes each day. It would take 103 years if none of them were categorized.
|>>||Anonymous 6aug2017(su)01:08 No.52228 A |P2R1
Most people only bother watching porn flashes so make that 1030 years.
|>>||Anonymous 6aug2017(su)03:10 No.52231 B |P3R2
|A lot of it is categorized incorrectly, and a fuckton of it is trash that doesn't deserve to be categorized or even exist.|
|>>||Anonymous 6aug2017(su)06:09 No.52234 OP |P4R3
|Well I meant with 187,947 flashes and one person doing 5 flashes in a day, you'll get 187947/(5*365) = 102.984657534 years.|
If there was twenty people the number drops to only 5 years. This is assuming they're hitting the "RND - uncategorized" button of course.
|>>||Anonymous 6aug2017(su)15:02 No.52252 A |P5R4
Your math was a bit off in your first post (X could be 1000 people) but we got what you meant. I guess you're making this thread to try and recruit a group of categorizers? Would be neat but I don't really see it happening.
|>>||Anonymous 6aug2017(su)18:16 No.52266 C |P6R5
|I always categorize/de-categorize and recommend any good flashes I GET here (mostly for my collection).|
Doesn't happen too often though, cause I use this as more of an archive than a daily flash base.
Also, there is a random uncategorized get option?
|>>||Anonymous 6aug2017(su)21:49 No.52270 OP |P7R6
|>>||Anonymous 10aug2017(th)20:42 No.52380 OP |P8
|Hey SWFAnts, is there a way to see how many flashes are categorized or uncategorized?|
|>>||!///SWFAnts #ADMIN# 11aug2017(fr)05:59 No.52388 SWF |P9R7
There is now! I added the number to be displayed on random.asp, hard to imagine I didn't think of displaying it before. Right now 38.3% of all flashes are categorized. More than I expected!
|>>||Anonymous 11aug2017(fr)07:36 No.52391 OP |P10R8
Oh thanks very much!
It's at 72026 right now leaving 116003 uncategorized flashes.
So that's a lot less flashes to categorize. I hope some people come in to help each day they can. If only one person were working at this at even 20 flashes a day, it would still take 16 years to categorize anything and that's if no new flashes are added to the archive.