Having had my name and photo published in the TES blog some days ago I'm surprised to discover that in another post (now closed to replies) that apparently "Swopping personal information with people you don't know is hazardous. Posters are supposed to be anonymous....". Now given that: 1. I'm an adult (confident I can handle the hazardous nature of revealing my identity) 2. on the resources shops you can already provide the details being shared in that topic 3. I've read a few 'author blogs' (even seen some films!), most of which seem quite clear about who's who I'm interested therefore as to why it's ok to post these details in certain parts of this website, but not others? I've read through the Community Guidelines and this section: "Anonymity: Users will not identify (nor describe in a way which could feasibly lead to identification) schools, students or fellow members of the community." reads to me as though it were intended to prevent users from revealing the details of others, not a stipulation for people to ensure their personal anonymity (which would be impossible given all the above). Perhaps I'm incorrect in that, however if so there's going to be an issue for those sharing resources under their own identity.