Nikki (nakeisha) wrote,
Nikki
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Heads up for those running communities

As seen on ptyx's journal (who got it from nufaciel)

It appears that Livejournal is currently suspending communities for abuse of livejournal tags. The limit number of tags a community can have is 500. Any more than that, and you risk having your community suspended until you cut down on the number of tags. So, if you've got a thousand members, and each one has their own tag, then they're likely going to catch you. I've had two communities I belong to in the last few days suspended for having over 500 tags.

Off-hand, I would say that this is most likely to affect fanfic challenge comms.

Please feel free to pass this on.
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