I've been a moderator of this forum for many a year. Like all forums we get spam, which is generally picked up and deleted (and the user and user's IP address banned) within hours thanks to those of you who click the button to bring them to our attention. On behalf of all moderators I thank you for doing so.
We also get a number of people who post here offering "professional" advice who are really just massaging their own egos and when the advice is poor it is usually highlighted so they go away and pester some other unsuspecting forum. Other than that most people who use the forum, either regulars or those coming here with a particular query, offer appropriate peer to peer advice.
However, since the forum has been reorganised to emphasise the fact that it is for people who make films as a hobby and wish to improve, there seems to have been an increasing number of people posting in the "just for fun" section, compilations of YouTube videos. I understand that they are not posting in "User Videos" and are therefore not claiming it is their own work, but my gut reaction is that this is not really what the forum is about. That section is, to my mind, a place where people interested in making their own videos might post something about which they are aware of the faults, but think others might be interested anyway (eg "family" holiday videos) OR videos by others that they think other forum users might find useful or interesting (tutorials, interviews with directors/editors/cameramen)
So, my question to you all is ... When a we receive a post in "just for fun" from a new (or newish) poster, that is just a compilation of clips from several other people with no real merit other than it might be funny to one or two people, should we simply delete it???? Or are there some here who enjoy them?