So you delete a deviation. Perhaps it is old, perhaps you feel you don't want it up anywhere, perhaps it just didn't have enough cowbell. Well make sure to keep track of your image URLs, for according to the uncreative subhuman sacks of shit that really do not understand art but just diodes and lines of code while they sit in their mother's basements the following occurs;
"Hi, When you delete a deviation, the deviation's page is removed from public viewing and the files on the servers are put through a 30 day deletion queue." - Evanita W Montalvo
Really? So basically unbeknownst to your users, you are secretly keeping these files on your server for THIRTY MOTHERFUCKING DAYS before deleting them? Why can't the software YOU UNIMAGINITIVE FUCKING TECHGEEKS designed just autodelete the image files the same time the Deviation is deleted by the user? Why do you need 30 days to do this? Perhaps you fucktards are too lazy to design the system to do this? Nah couldn't be that - implementing such a change would actually be easy.
It must be because you are giving yourself 30 days so you can violate our protected intellectual property for whatever nefarious purpose you fucking asswipes come up with. Odd that it would take a very long search the first time this issue came up and nearly 90 days to resolve it on your end DA. This time I am not going to be forgiving. This time I am letting everyone know that You, a site that purports to support artists and showcasing their work, quietly and in a very shady manner holds onto your users art when they delete it.
Sure there is a less than one percent (IMHO) chance that you may be telling the truth, but more likely IMHO you are FUCKING STEALING OUR COPYRIGHTS IN SOME WAY AND MAKING MONEY WITHOUT OUR KNOWLEDGE ON OUR COLLECTIVE ART.
Perhaps it is because you got into the most mundane and creatively void job possible - working on code.
Whatever the reason stop it. Fix the system so there is no doubt what we delete is gone and not hanging around on your server secretly for whatever BS reason.