Posts from April 2009
The photo gallery now has an upload feature for Club Members.
We have updated the photo gallery so that Club Members can now upload photos. Members can access this through a link on the Gallery page [between Most Recent Images and Random Images]. Please note that the server will not accept images that are larger than ~850 KB in size. This will help with the load on the server and make downloads considerably faster. If you try to upload a larger file your browser will just show a blank page.
As track-days/events pass we will be creating new galleries. However, if there is another event/subject that you would like to see with a gallery please contact the webmasters and we will set one up for you. There is also a Test gallery set up under Happening for those who are not sure about what they are doing.
The gallery and its content will be reviewed by the Execs regularly; all inappropriate pictures will be removed and the member reprimanded.
• Make sure you are putting the photo in the correct gallery [event].
• Make sure your file size is below 850 KB.
• Do not upload photos taken by another unless you have their permission.
• If you are uploading photos taken by someone else, please give them credit in the Photographer field.
• Photos must be car, driving or PDC related. Inappropriate photos will be removed and could result in loss of uploading privileges.
• Photos of track event accidents or cars damaged in such accidents (whether at PDC or non-PDC events) may not be uploaded here or posted in the Forums. Doing so will result in the person uploading being banned from future PDC events.
If you have any other questions or comments please contact the webmasters.
Team PDC in the Ride to Conquer Cancer
In support of the BC Cancer Foundation, a PDC team has been formed to participate in the two-day major cycling event called The Ride to Conquer Cancer. On June 20-21, Team PDC will cycle with thousands of others from Vancouver to Seattle. All proceeds raised in this effort will go to BC Cancer Foundation to support cancer research, treatment, and services.
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