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Hi Xeno,

I saw this post earlier, and I was on the fence whether I would consider it as spam or not.

On one hand, yes. You are obviously right. On the other hand, it could be a new repository which could be interesting to some users so even though there may be some promotion it could also be interesting for some. I was put off by this a little bit after finding out most files needed to be bought. Not that I think that is bad, but I know that is not what a lot of people like to do.

What do you think? Spam without a doubt?

We could adapt our policy in this regard if necessary.

edit; the fact it is printed on a zortrax makes it a weird post on our platform. But for the sake of a potential new platform I looked beyond that.

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If he was regularly( more then 2) posting about some great prints made, but his 2 postings are just links to the site,

and not even printed on an Ultimaker :)

At least if he would have show the printing buildup and painting, how it was done, then I would not have a problem with this :)

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