Apologies if it's reported already.
While editing a Question in Q&A forums, I got this validation "Please keep the subject between 3 and 50 words. The better the question, the better your answer." where as, the length of the question title was showing 49. Attached
What I found is, validation is failing where there is a space at end.
2083 28-Mar-11 user's blog entry is not being aggregated
Does this mean that bug has been noted, but not yet fixed?
I managed to add a blog feed today and one article has been aggregated. Later on I did some updates and created new blog post I'd like to be consumed. 'Download Now' button on 'Technical Blog Feeds' does not work for me and my blog is not being polled once per hour as it is stated. I'd really appreciate any enlightment on this issue. Perhaps there's something I'm doing incorrectly.
That post is 5 months out of date; making it hard to know if a bug is still open or the supposed fix is still buggy.
Did you ever see history portrayed as an old man with a wise brow and pulseless heart, waging all things in the balance of reason?
Is not rather the genius of history like an eternal, imploring maiden, full of fire, with a burning heart and flaming soul, humanly warm and humanly beautiful?
Training a telescope on one’s own belly button will only reveal lint. You like that? You go right on staring at it. I prefer looking at galaxies.
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My second blog article has been consumed in the meanwhile. It seems however that my blog is being polled twice per 24 hours, not once per hour as it is stated.
Yet still 'Download Now' button does not work for me. I hope it would at least change the Last Polled date. I tried it under IE9, FF7 beta, and Chrome13. Does it have to do with my low CodeProject reputation? If so, it should be noted somewhere.
My first blog article has not been automatically updated. After first consumption it was revised and edited by a staff member. Does this influence update from RSS feed or are there no such updates? I've read the Technical Blog FAQ by Sean Ewington and didn't find any hint on this.
Thank you for your interest in this matter, Chris.
My home machine is Win7 with IE10. There I can see the menu scrolls bars and the mouse scroll wheel works. But at work the menu extends past the browser edges and when I use the scroll wheel the menu closes.
Is there a way I can send a screen shot? (If that would help)
I did not see an attachement option for the email link.
I almost came here the other day to report that I wasn't getting points for upvotes to my messages. Might be of some use to add a reputation event that shows when you've reached some reputation limit. For example, when you get enough upvotes in a day that you can't get any more upvotes, add a reputation events that's called "Upvote Ceiling" and that says "you got 25 upvotes today and you can't get any more." Not sure what you'd do if somebody changes their vote... perhaps remove that reputation event. Speaking of, I wonder how you handle that today... if 25 people upvote my messages, then a 26th person does (but it doesn't count toward my reputation), then one of the others changes the vote to neutral (e.g., a 3-vote), does that 26th upvote then get counted toward my reputation (since it would then become the 25th)?
Martin Fowler wrote:
Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that humans can understand.
It's s great idea but it's not something I feel we can afford to spend time on at the moment. You've touched on a couple of the issues already.
Currently we simply count events at the time an event is registered to see if an event can gain points or not. If an event doesn't raise points because it was over the limit, then someone changes their vote to change the event, then the points are not retroactively added for the event that, in hindsight, could have added points.
Why do the Code Project emails have to bang on about agile PM so much?! I have now unsubscribed, and the reason was I was sick of hearing about agile delivery. I get that it is new and maybe exciting, but endless articles on it is not. I signed up to hear about coding and all the exciting things that can bring, not to read endless articles on how to deliver a project. Shouldn't that all be on ProjectManagement.com?