Patricia Clark Memorial Library
I have to disagree with allowing people to upload their own books, poetry, whatever, instead of limiting the Library to something approximating the "classics" (however we may define that). This will remove most quality control from what has been up until now an excellent resource, and it will cause the Library to become cluttered with large numbers of works which are not what it was originally intended for, leading to it becoming difficult to find those works it was meant for.
Project Gutenberg doesn't allow self-written books at all, and Feedbooks has a special section for them. I don't think we should be an exception there.
DRM is to rights management like DDT is to pest management.
Filesystems manage files. Calibre manages books. Let calibre do what it's there for, and don't go peeking up its skirt. It'll slap you. ~ ~ (explanation here