Is there a way, CodeProject can adopt it? In fact I have been suggesting this for many people and a good number of people have been benefited by the same. A few of them have raised suspicions because of the article update date. I think, it is our community responsibility to make the article conquer its due credits and the author needs to be recognized even if they are not active. Of late, I could see one article called 'BlakeSharp' and in my view, this can be one of the algorithms which could be piggybacked onto XCrypt itself.
If you are brought to a Lounge discussion from a link, the page navigation takes you to page 1 instead of, you know, the next page. To replicate, click the link below, then try to go to the previous page (e.g. to continue reading on a thread), and you should land at page 1.
I seem to be getting a fair number of "We have tried to add your answer 3 times without success. Our servers are just a little overworked. Sorry." when posting QA solutions, but if I check then it has posted successfully - there doesn't seem to be that many people on the site (42K, but I've seen more).
I'll try to check if it is any particular server - the last one was web02, but I hadn't checked for the preceeding 5 or so.
Ideological Purity is no substitute for being able to stick your thumb down a pipe to stop the water
It's there now, and has not been answered. This means it is open for anyone to answer it. If you are referring to the unanswered questions in the Q&A forum, that does not include questions in the specific forums where you posted. We see those as unanswered as they are flagged as "New" from the last time we scanned the forums.
One of these days I'm going to think of a really clever signature.
1. Bug: the Minimum Score filter in the Articles section does not filter out articles with zero votes - an unknown rating shouldn't be treated as >= 3 stars.
2. Please add checkbox filters to allow hiding chapters and sections we are not interested in.
3. Please make the RSS link context-sensitive, so it can reflect filters you have selected.
For example, the www.codeproject.com/WebServices/ArticleRSS.aspx link
could be enhanced with querystring representing a filter like ArticleRSS.aspx?minScore=4&excludeChapters=7,12&excludeKB=ultrabooks,game
I have just had to unsubscribe from your article RSS because of excessive Ultrabooks "spam".. But I would love to be able to subscribe again if it can be a more targeted list!