/d/, I need your help. My porn folder has gone unorganized for so long that I now have hundreds of images floating about in a giant pile, and I'm now looking for some way to consolidate the mess. It's so bad that porn has begun to slip in with non-porn and vice versa, image sets are jumbled, and it's hard to find anything anymore. Right now it's literally "old stuff" and "new-ish stuff", my porn is literally categorized by -era-.
Point is, I need help. Discuss tried, tested, and proven porganization methods, give me ideas on how deep into the rabbit hole I need to go (I'm okay with having folders containing more folders, for wide topics), and so that this thread makes sense, post your favorite images relating to the board.
Meanwhile, I'll post a number of images to start, just to show the breadth of files I need to sort. Let's start with petrification/omorashi, shall we?
Oppai. To be clear, this thread exists mostly just to post favorite /d/ images, and hopefully type out comments on organizing one's folders.
I did mention posting favorite images, but a lot of mine are barely /d/, so I'm struggling to live up to my own thread. A lot of them involve stretching the imagination, such as this one...
I think that's all that's required to start a thread, now (I hope, anyway, Captcha wants to know what trees are). I know it's a bit chaotic to ask for everyone's favorites, but I figure that way they might have to dig through their own organizational method, and come back with some tips or something.
Hello fellow fa/tg/uy, not quite. They're the Dragon Quest equivalent, in the slime family, I forget exactly what they are.
They're -basically- flumphs. Trubka has done a lot with that Priest's ass.
Here's an idea. To incentivise posters, any time I have to respond, I'll do so with an image that's in the sort-me pile. Lamia-probably-yuri time.
Not yuri, actually, that's a penis.
These aren't, they're just tentacles, but I post it because it's so far from the other one that it illustrates perfectly why messy folders are bad.
A couple months ago I ran across Hydrus Network on /h/. Now everything, 28k images, is properly tagged and relatively easy to find. Hydrus has an online tag repository your images are compared to and automatically tagged if they match, the rest you can tag in bulk.
Good god Anon, you're a lifesaver.
It's not exactly God's work, but you're doing it.