I'm 38, and getting back into programming after a decade. I recently posted a question, and someone added the tag 'Homework' to my question.
It wasn't homework.
I think its wrong to have moderators wantonly apply whatever tags they want to people's content.
And sure, I may have moderators here tell me to beat it, scram, hit the road, and so on. But I've been on this site since 99, on another handle, and I don't remember Chris ever doing something like that.
You can see who did it (actually was the one who helped you out). In addition, if you don't like it, you can edit your question as well and delete it another time. It is not a "moderator" power
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
Rating helpful answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
Hi, I was just publishing a tip "First and last occurrence of day of week within a month using SQL" but when I hit the publish button I got the "Something bad happened". Now I cannot find it in my drafts nor anywhere else.
Could you see if it can be restored? From my point of view it's ready to be published.
I found the body text so it's quite easy to re-format it. I'll do that so don't worry about finding the draft...
For example this one here[^] may be legimite or it may be plagiarized from anoother source. However, now there's no possibility to send a message while the blog is in queue. Why is that? This works really well for articles and tips.
If you look at the data returned for the v1/My/Profile call, you will see a property codeProjectMemberId. This is the value you were expecting. The UserId is a value that we use to identify users across our websites.
It would be nice if in forums one could expand all the children of a post when expanding it. Personally I often read the answer, answer to the answer and so on. So simultaneously expanding one "path" at a time would make this easier. Also when two posts in a chain are simultaneously open it would be easy to compare the texts.
Obviously this shouldn't replace the current mechanism which closes an open post at the time another is opened. This would just be an alternative.
I have searched this site looking for information about an API, but I couldn't find any information. I would like to build a mobile app to view, comment and answer questions (for example). Is anything useful available to access this site?
Well, even though it's limited, it's still a very good starting point, so thank you very much! Do we have a place to comment/provide feedback on it? Or can I just post in this forum when I run into things?