Yes I asked as we get points on acceptance of an answer.
The only way to know whether it is accepted or not is to check, if there is one entry in Reputation History or not.
When I checked, there was none.
So, I got doubt that it is not accepted.
Have you taken a look to the blog entries in his user profile? Your question will be self-answered
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 helpfull answers is nice, but saying thanks can be even nicer.
I just (within the last hour or so) started to get RSS notification of answers to the questions in the "quick answers" section.
I haven't touched the settings of my RSS feed reader.
It is watching http://www.codeproject.com/webservices/articlerss.aspx?cat=3[^] which is supposedly "The Code Project Latest C# Articles"
This quickly is going to be a lot of "noise".
Giving the practical example: how to move quickly to Lounge posts going one, or two, or N months back? Just clicking the navigational "Next" button gazillion times does not seem practical. Some additional navigational options, allowing to move back in time faster will be nice to have, i.e. going directly to the date, or at least page number.
Not sure about date accuracy, but essential logic works. My suggestion to Chris, Sean and dev folks at CP is to implement this feature (which actually already exists) in a form of GUI navigational control.
1. If my assumption is correct then page num is approx a quotient of that query param (rows offset) and number of records displayed per page (it's drop-down selectable).
2. I would agree that their might be better navigational, or filtering options, for e.g. based on the date of posting. I simply don't know internal details of your site implementation, but it looks like a simple parameterized SQL query can do the job.
3. Permalinks are fine; this suggestion is not a mutex to permalink, but rather a complementary one, useful for e.g. in case someone didn't make a permalink, and now trying to travel back in time to particular POI.