Since May 2011, images uploaded through SE sites are uploaded to
stack.imgur.com. It seems that removing that
stack part does not get one (the same) image, so it seems to be a standalone installation? Any details on that new domain? And: any new way to circumvent blocks of
And this nicely shows folks are kind of abusing the SE image upload... But when using the data dump, can one also refer to the images from the SE hosting?
Like http://i.stack.imgur.com/tfSdv.png works fine:
But when removing
stack, http://i.imgur.com/tfSdv.png (currently) does not refer to an image:
Also Imgur's firewall/proxy/blocking circumventing alternative domain http://imgur.voxcdn.com/tfSdv.png does not work, and neither does http://stack.imgur.voxcdn.com/tfSdv.png:
And of course the non-official filmot.com proxy doesn't know the new SE images either.
Likewise, existing images such as http://i.imgur.com/VB5JX.png
do not did not work when adding
stack to it, http://i.stack.imgur.com/VB5JX.png:
url:"http://stack.imgur.com/H2mRB.jpg"? Wondering why all hits I get in Google refer to non-SE sites. It's some CakePHP question, posted (or scraped and copied) all over the internets, using an image hosted on the SE pro account.