Upcoming changes to AstroBin Premium subscription model

siovene
13 Jan, 2018 20:12
The changes are now in. All new subscriptions will not be subscriptions, but purchases of 1 year of AstroBin Lite or Premium time. Old subscriptions will continue to auto-renew until manually cancelled.
robinandcurtis
13 Jan, 2018 21:05
My premium subscription has reverted to a "Free" subscription just today. I paid $36 to renew my premium subscription back on Oct. 23, 2017. Can you please fix this? Many thanks.
-Robin
siovene
13 Jan, 2018 21:20
Sorry, small bug. Fixed!
prostcj
13 Jan, 2018 21:28
Are these updates why I can't upload an image currently?
Chris-PA
13 Jan, 2018 21:29
Hi Salvatore,

I can't seem to upload images at the moment - it just takes me to a screen that says:

Image upload
Thank you for being a premium member! Enjoy your unlimited images.

But there's no field to upload my image.

Chris
siovene
13 Jan, 2018 21:33
Sorry folk, all good now!
robinandcurtis
13 Jan, 2018 22:02
Thanks!
dvalid
15 Jan, 2018 09:22
I'm trying to cancel the auto renewal to switch to the annual subscription, but getting the error:

Error!Auto-renewing subscriptions are not offered anymore on AstroBin. Please visit the subscriptions page to see the available plans, thanks!

What I'm doing wrong? smile
Edited 15 Jan, 2018 09:23
siovene
15 Jan, 2018 09:23
Hi David, sorry about that, I will have to fix it. In the meanwhile you can cancel directly on PayPal!
Goofi
16 Jan, 2018 02:42
Salvatore , I think you underestimate us … I'm sure a lot of us would be willing to volunteer to help out for free.  smile
This is an amazing site, clearly a labor of love … but we all love it!
siovene
16 Jan, 2018 20:14
Goofi
Salvatore , I think you underestimate us … I'm sure a lot of us would be willing to volunteer to help out for free.  smileThis is an amazing site, clearly a labor of love … but we all love it!
Hi Goofi, AstroBin has been open source for several years, but I only received a very few contributions to the source code, almost nothing.
allen456
17 Jan, 2018 17:04
It would be great if we could see the field of view data for the image and even better if we could see the actual camera field of view (before any cropping).  I don't know what the "field radius" actually means.  For that matter, what is meant by "orientation"?

Al
 
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