Just wondered if there are any rules for when it's ok to change the name of an article?
My one and only article have developed out of scope of the original name, it isn't A propertymapping Extension for DataReaders[^] anymore, it's "An InstanceCreating Extension for DataReaders" nowadays
I confirmed that when you try to update the blog entry, it changes to an article type. I will pass this onto the dev team. In the mean time, could you please email me all the updates you want done? I'll gladly take care of them all.
1. The image in the middle just gone missing in the process of approval - there is a way to restore it?
2. The code doesn't seem to be linked properly, as 'Browse Code' states that no download associated with this content. But there is a zip file linked at the top of the article...
I'm not questioning your powers of observation; I'm merely remarking upon the paradox of asking a masked man who he is. (V)
Just wanted to check and get some comments on this...
I am going to blog about some recent development I have done, sliderDemo[^], and in the blog I was going to link to my github as a location for the source. I am not concerned about the licensing model, intended to be open sourced, but I was curious how something like this would be handled by CP??
I don't want to step on too many toes.
Thanks in advance.
you want something inspirational??
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