Would it be possible to add a button to the two options? At the moment we have "Allow" and "Kill" buttons, it would be handy occasionally to have a "Sanitize" button as well.
The idea is this: we get someone who has been here a while, and posted legit stuff - then he adds a question which contains a near-legitimate link to his own site which probably counts as spam, but the chances are it's inadvertent (like this one: How to get title from other websites and display it on my website[^])
At the moment we can let it through (and edit it manually, but that can take a while for the various servers to catch up and show it in the QA lists), or delete it. It'd would be handy to say "let it through, but delete all the links / URL's" and have it done automatically.
Is that possible at all?
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The whole system has been revamped over the last week, and yes, you're absolutely right. That was fixed (and no idea why it was like that in the first place - that was a head scratcher when I spotted it)
Does your company use blockchain technology?
Are they planning to in the future?
Though this may be difficult to word to make sure that people understand that blockchain is the technology that bitcoin is built on, and the question is related to blockchain, not the application (bitcoin.)
If interested, let me know, and I'll see if I can word the question better.
There's also some links to key blockchain technology providers that could be queried if anyone uses them:
I've got a question for you: Is it really allowed to develop and use various online applications run on the client PC that perform real-time scheduled downloads of the content from http://www.codeproject.com/ web site with an http-client. For example, an application that uses timer to launch the process of the CodeProject's main page contents downloading every 60 seconds. This is basically similar to using a so-called CodeProject's API tools to build an application that perform the data analysis obtained from the CP's web-site.
Particularly, I'd like to find out if the following will actually mean that by using such application I'm purposely flooding the CP's web site, creating burden traffic to the CP's web servers ???
Anyway, if using such real-time web-client applications is unwanted or not permitted, just let me know and I will simply not create and use it.
You know, at this time, I'm working on the windows 7 gadget will perform the notification of the featured and latest articles announced on the CP's main page. Actually, the following gadget will performs xml-http Ajax requests timely within each 60 seconds to download the CP's main page and retrieve the data on the CP's featured articles currently shown to its readers.
Also, soon, I'm going to write an article in which I will discuss about the gadget's implementation and upload the specific code to the article's web page.
The new icons look grotesque. As the creator of CP's joke icon, I guess it's only a matter of time before my handiwork (along with that of others) will be replaced by ugly new icons. I will now stand in a corner and bawl like a spoiled child.