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Journal Entry: Fri Jan 24, 2014, 6:03 AM

WWDC 2014

Thu Apr 3, 2014, 6:19 AM by Ikue:iconikue:

WWDC

June 2, 2014

Developers, be sure to register for your chance to make it to WWDC 2014! It's a lottery system this year so best of luck to you! Sign up here.



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The Positions

If you've ever visited an Apple Retail Store the class names of our admin roles will seem very familiar. However, since deviantART is in fact an website dedicated to the art's a few things have been changed from the 'official' Apple definitions of these roles. Here's a proper definition of the duties to be expected by the admins of the macusers group.


    Genius
    Users in this class are expected to respond to notes and comments. They will be required to cover special events such as all major keynotes throughout the year. These include (but are not limited to) iPod events and the WWDC events. Most importantly users in this class are required to spend time in the chatroom #GeniusBar and offer support where ever possible. They will also need to read and approve/deny blogs by the other classes.


    Creative
    Users in this class will be required to take care of the Gallery and Favs section of the group. This entails approving or denying deviations and ensuring that everything is in it's correct folder. They will also be expected to write at least one feature journal (per person) a month and are responsible for all contest or general group activities.


    Specialist
    Users in this class will be responsible for general blogs and polls. When software updates are release they will be expected to keep group members up to date via the update blog. Should new hardware or software be released these deviants will need to write reviews of these products either hands on or based on other reviews.

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:iconstasher-dragon:
stasher-dragon Oct 20, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
So, this group finally accepted my stamp 'TECH NOTE 31,' but I can't find it in any of the galleries.
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Domisea Oct 16, 2011  Student General Artist
Can someone show me the rules of the group? I clicked on "Rules" but i can't find they, really x.x
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:iconikue:
Ikue Oct 18, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sorry, I've not had a chance to upload them as of yet. I just added the link there for when I'm able to get around to it.

Is there something in particular you had a question about?
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CarlosMoreira Oct 7, 2011  Professional Photographer
Here's my contribution: iSteve candle
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VanArt94 Sep 27, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Um, I wanna do this mem but I need to copy and past a pic. I don't know how to do that...
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VanArt94 Sep 27, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Um I have a Mac and I am looking into a better painting/drawing program. I have SketchBookPro but I kinda want to improve^^; However I don't know where to find one.>.<;
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Sumu-Zu Sep 27, 2011  Student Digital Artist
; u; I have Sketchbook Pro for my iMac. And I love it. However I use that program for lining/sketching and use PS CS5 for Coloring/Shading. It's a great combination for me. ^ ^ I don't know any other GOOD sketching/drawing programs besides Sketchbook Pro actually.
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VanArt94 Sep 27, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Oh really?
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Sumu-Zu Sep 27, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Yes. But I've only been a FULL BLOWN Mac user for less than a year now [got my first iMac last Christmas]. So I probably wouldn't know as much as an oldie Mac user would. But that's just how I feel.[maybe get the trial of CS5 and see if you like the combo like I do! C:] Sometimes it could be the tablet that can improve your art-skills too. Usually Wacom is what every digital artist goes for.
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Sniffles-And-Frisky Jul 22, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm thinking about buying a Mac for mostly drawing and possibly some work.
What would be a good Mac computer or laptop to buy that won't run me dry of cash?

At least a point in the right direction for what I'm looking for would be nice.:confused:
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