Well, those were good references.
And sorry that I did not mention one thing: that is,
We can have multiple source code control systems (SSCS) like you mentioned git etc...
And about the overhead, we can put responsibility of the previous (older) project to be added in SSCS on users, let them choose if they want to put there project in SSCS or not.
This suggestion would add a lot of cost and overhead to Code Project. One real problem would end up being that code would be updated in the source control system, but would not be updated in the article text. This would render the article pretty much useless.
The key thing here is that the focus of Code Project are the articles.
*pre-emptive celebratory nipple tassle jiggle* - Sean Ewington
For the last 5 or 6 days (fuzzy since I've been away and back and on different computers), I am not able to login on (at least) my Vista computer using Firefox 17.0.1. The symptom is that when I show up on CP, it has me logged out (despite prior 'remember me' setting). When I attempt to login at the clicky symbol in the upper right hand corner, it accepts my login info, the popup disappears, screen blinks and I am back to the 'logged out' state. If I go to the CP login page (https://www.cp.com/script/Membership/LogOn.aspx) and login, it takes my info and gives me the same 'logged out' status on the main page.
I am currently using IE (not my browser of choice or habit) to login and submit this bug report. Attempting to login on firefox while I am logged in with IE gives me the hamsters (ha ha - that part might be working correctly).
Any attempt to login with firefox now gives me the hamsters (IE works fine). The hamsters report 'invalid viewstate', server is Web02.
I don't know if this is a different problem or not but I am a devotee of the Daily News messages. I don't always read them the same day, but I always read them. I note that I haven't received any Daily News messages since Dec 21.
I deleted my FireFox CP cookies and was able to login.
No new daily messages however; still none since Dec 21.
Glad you got the login fixed. Way-back-when, Firefox had lots of issues with cookies and clearing them was the only way to fix these issues. I haven't seen firefox issues for a long time, so it seems they have crept back in.
With regards to the Daily News, we took a hiatus on these during the break so that we could, well, have a break! They will be back for the New Year.
Using my IE8 (WinXP, SP3) I can log in when I hover the mouse over the "Sign in" link in the top right corner and fill out the pop-up login form. But if I click on the "Sign in" link and try to log in from the "Member Log-on" page, I get the hamster error just as on my phone.
Unfortunately I don't know how to get the "hover log in form" to stay open when I use my phone.
After reading the post from H.Brydon above, I tried clearing the cookies on my phone and using relaxed settings (accept all cookies, do not send "Do not track request to websites"), but it still fails.
"When you don't know what you're doing it's best to do it quickly" - Jase #DuckDynasty
Whilst I understand the reasons behind the voting changes in the lounge, I feel there is a 'Middle Way' to express approval/disapproval in the Lounge.
Have a simple or for the posts.
These would not be linked to the reputation metric for the user, but would, in essence, show the popularity/derision for a post.
It would be a community expression to reward the helpful/humorous/original thinking/lateral logic/just plain genius etc that we all enjoy, and would mete out opprobrium to the weak/poor taste/badly conceived/arrogant/obnoxious/offensive posts that we, as the regular visitors, could offer the reward/punishment we see fit.
It would only be measured against the individual post, so it would help to define the kind of inputs to the forum that we enjoy, and would help make a declaration of what was not seen as appropriate.
There have been many posts of late where I have wanted to upvote because of various reasons and feel cheated somewhat that I am unable to reward in some way the perceived cleverness of the OP.
what do others think?
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