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View Poll Results: New Naming Scheme
Yes, change to Title - ## [Group][CRC] 19 39.58%
No, keep as [Group] Title - ## [CRC] 29 60.42%
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Old 2008-12-14, 11:40   Link #41
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poll lacks a "fuck you I won't do what you tell me" option
That's the RAEG Against The Machine option?

Also, +1 for MD5 instead of CRC32.
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Old 2008-12-14, 12:00   Link #42
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As a former scanlator, I will attest that the scanlation community has taken a liking to the reverse scheme.

Also, calling the fansubbing community a "scene" seems a bit insulting. If we wanted to be a scene, we'd have to drop the whole srsbzns aspect of fansubbing and be reticent.
Some groups don't bother with the srsbans factor, maybe you should look around more ^_^
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Old 2008-12-14, 12:24   Link #43
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Also, +1 for MD5 instead of CRC32.
Meh, MD5 isn't enough. SHA1 is where it's at.
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Old 2008-12-14, 12:27   Link #44
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Meh, MD5 isn't enough. SHA1 is where it's at.
I propose a compromise: CRC32, MD5, SHA1 and RMD160.
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Old 2008-12-14, 12:46   Link #45
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[AwesomeSubs]_Awesome_Anime_-_13_[END][1920x1080_H.264-5.1_FLAC-ASS][3BBA129C][9e107d9d372bb6826bd81d3542a419d6][2fd4e1c6 7a2d28fc ed849ee1 bb76e739 1b93eb12]
[37f332f68db77bd9d7edd4969571ad671cf9dd3b].mkv

Sounds like a good compromise for me. Let's do it!
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Old 2008-12-14, 13:51   Link #46
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[AwesomeSubs]_Awesome_Anime_-_13_[END][1920x1080_H.264-5.1_FLAC-ASS][3BBA129C][9e107d9d372bb6826bd81d3542a419d6][2fd4e1c6 7a2d28fc ed849ee1 bb76e739 1b93eb12]
[37f332f68db77bd9d7edd4969571ad671cf9dd3b].mkv

Sounds like a good compromise for me. Let's do it!
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Timeline of history:
|---------|------------------|-------------------------|------------------------------------|
Big Bang  Stone age          Birth of Black Jesus      YOU ARE HERE                         Now
http://forums.animesuki.com/showpost...1&postcount=29

waaaaay ahead of you there, buddy
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Old 2008-12-14, 14:03   Link #47
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Big Bang  Stone age          Birth of Black Jesus      YOU ARE HERE                         Now
http://forums.animesuki.com/showpost...1&postcount=29

waaaaay ahead of you there, buddy
That only proves the general awesomeness of the idea. Victory!
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Old 2008-12-14, 21:23   Link #48
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That only proves the general awesomeness of the idea. Victory!
you guys forgot supplying par files with every release~
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Old 2008-12-21, 09:10   Link #49
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We've been putting the group name at the end, in Aero, since the start. :V
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Old 2008-12-21, 12:41   Link #50
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We've been putting the group name at the end, in Aero, since the start. :V
This is the progressive spirit the fansub community needs. Thank you for not embracing the deculture of srsbzns.
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Old 2008-12-21, 13:18   Link #51
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Are you being serious or sardonic? It's very hard to tell. I don't see how changing name placement is progress.

It's like getting a free car and complaining about the license plate frame...

Progress is using better methods, formats tools, etc... Not naming schemes.
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Old 2008-12-21, 16:55   Link #52
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I was being half-sarcastic

However, I will say that a non-standard naming scheme can have an eye-catching potential for a small, non-conformist group.
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Old 2008-12-21, 18:20   Link #53
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a non-standard naming scheme can have an eye-catching potential for a small, non-conformist group.
Funny how they say they put it at the end since "putting it on the front would be eye-catching/attention whoring/e-penis/etc"
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Old 2008-12-21, 18:41   Link #54
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Funny how they say they put it at the end since "putting it on the front would be eye-catching/attention whoring/e-penis/etc"
No matter what you do ppl will attempt to tear you down because they are shallow or jealous of whatever it is you have obtained that yearned for. My favorite now is that ppl who like to take their time and focus on quality as a primary goal not speed are called e-penis ppl.

PPL need to get over themselves already, everyone on this planet is self centered in some way or another. Everyone here likes to be praised by others. There is nothing wrong with receiving acknowledgment for your efforts. There is nothing wrong with pride in what you do. Not a single person I've seen post here has any right to point fingers at another like you shit doesn't stink. You know what will have a bigger impact than your "side" winning the "how to fansub properly" debate? The day you all just get the fuck over it already...
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Old 2008-12-21, 19:19   Link #55
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getfresh, as a fellow oldlazysubber, I agree.

People essentially need to get over all these useless debates. :V
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Old 2008-12-21, 22:43   Link #56
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I also agree with getfresh. I'm not an old school subber but I have the same kind of mindset on the matter. Fansubbing is supposed to be fun, if I'm not mistaken. There will always be people who will nitpick at the things you sub or how you sub stuff. Just ignore it all and do the stuff the way you want to. I personally prefer quality over speed, so I would most definitely want the opportunity to be able to finish something without a strict deadline. Now, I'm not saying I want like 6 months to finish 1 or 2 episodes. Just a reassurance that I don't have to finish something like in less than 2 days.

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Old 2008-12-22, 17:45   Link #57
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I rather like gathering the files by "group name" first because it makes it easier to sort when I'm deciding which effort I like best. After a series is complete.... *then* I might rename the files by title name first.
Occasionally, I end up with a patchwork of subs from different groups for a variety of reasons... but meh.

Of course, creating a standard with this bunch makes herding cats look simple.
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Old 2008-12-23, 09:09   Link #58
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Cool

Basically, as long as the group you like is consistent naming schemes shouldn't matter. All your files will be in order. And if you download a different group, in the case of your first choice dropping the project, you can use list by date or simply put in the finger effort and rename them.

There, that should end the thread.
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Old 2008-12-23, 10:49   Link #59
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Basically, as long as the group you like is consistent naming schemes shouldn't matter. All your files will be in order. And if you download a different group, in the case of your first choice dropping the project, you can use list by date or simply put in the finger effort and rename them.
or let automation tool doing it for you
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Old 2008-12-23, 16:20   Link #60
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But why does the reverse scheme work for the scanlation community?

Is it assumed that followers of a series are far less likely to actually download a zip or be fair-weather fans for a particular group?
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