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I see no where to update . where is the secret button?????
If you are logged in as crew, you should be able to see [Edit hackerspace - Delete hackerspace] at the top of the page above the name of the hackerspace.
If that's not showing, PM me and we'll sort it out together.
thanks for your help!
Please Update FUBER labs Location. really
We don't alter member generated content. We can hide it if needs be (we rarely do this unless it's spam).
all taken care of thanks again!
For projects you should have the ability to upload files (unless I just can't find this feature). I just started a new schematic, and I think that there should be a very low barrier for getting it to the community.
Hello WimbledonLabs, this is something we are planning to add, but for the time being most people link to files on github, google drive, or dropbox. Thanks for your feedback.
Please update FUBAR labs location . We are now in New Brunswick NJ. and if i can actually change it i see no way to do it. Thanks!
It looks like the hackerspace was created under the n2mpm account - do you still have access to it? You'd be able to edit with that account.
All the info about hackerspaces is put up by the Crew. If you are the creator of the hackerspace page, you can go in and edit the location.
All fixed up thanks Adam!
I'm getting a redirect when trying to access "Junkyard Hydrogen Fuel Cell" using Firefox, https://hackaday.io/project/5523-junkyard-hydrogen-fuel-cell/discussion-25391
To reproduce, run Firefox and paste the URL above into the location bar. It immediately redirects to a fuel-cell explanation page which is not the http://Hackaday.io page, but probably a link from somewhere within that page.
Firefox has no problem with other http://Hackaday.io project pages.
Hello Peter, we'll see if we can reproduce it. Thanks.
Let me know if you need more info.
Are those event labels for hackers still a thing? I'm wondering because sometimes I see them occasionally. Could be interesting for managing events as well ;) But I mostly wonder why there is none for the hackaday munich event.
Do you mean the badges? Like you have for the 2014 Hackaday Prize on your profile page?
something lke the event badge for "The Gathering LA2014".
and yes like the hackaday prize tag :)
I'm getting a 404 when I upvote a post on Stack
That's strange. It's not happening for me.
@FLAGG, what platform are you using, and is it happening for every stack item?
Anyone else experiencing this issue?
Just tried again and not happening any more ; )
Could be that the page wasn't fully-loaded before you clicked the upvote button... I learned this the hard-way. Happens also with the Follow/Skull buttons and more. I hear it's something to do with 'bot-prevention.
Good to hear. I'll mention it to the boffins.
How does a HackerSpace set up a project ? Right now, only individuals can. For example, [https://hackaday.io/project/4380-mapone] is a project by [https://hackaday.io/hackerspace/749-makers-asylum] and not my individual project. I can add team members, sure, but the project as a whole needs to be "attributed" to the Group and not one person.
Hey Anool, that would be great. However, we haven't got that functionality yet.
I do think we'd still want a main contact person for the project even if it is attributed to a group.
I'll make a note so we can consider this when we improve the Hackerspaces part of the site.
Thanks for raising this!
Strange issue with messages. Got prize messages from @Mike Szczys, but his tab was marked as sending me the last messages 7days ago and buried down the page. The messages them selves said 10hours ago, which was well before the article was posted so may not be right, and I didn't get the usual e-mails.
PS. Thanks :)
I did send the messages before the post ran (maybe 3.5 hours earlier)
Thanks for reporting the issue of not showing up on the top of the message list and not receiving an email. I'll look into it.
I even got no message.
PS: Thanks for the TEENSY-LC
You mean you didn't get an email notification, right?
Hi Mike. No message, no email notification
Very strange, I see it as a sent message 13 hours ago. I also just sent you another message. Will you please go and check to see if you're receiving them? Thanks!
The same thing here - I've seen you message accidentally when opened Private Messages - no notification, no red highlight on the icon...
I didn't get an email also. I finally got the link on the message board, it came in as already read, so I didn't notice it until haydn jones mentioned it here. Otherwise, thank you!!!:):):)
Also, the coupon code isn't working for the "free shipping," which in my case is double :( Is there a way to combine them for shipping?
I'll kick myself if there's a simple answer to this. I'm trying to add simple html tags - adding a URL to specific text using <ahref="url"> text </a> - and it just doesn't seem to work. What am I doing wrong ?PS : This is in the Project Description box. HTML works fine in the Project Logover at this project : https://hackaday.io/project/5798-samatas-necklace
Hey Anool, the description only allows plain text. We often use it for summaries and other snippets. Links can be added in the details or external links. Hope that explains.
ok, got it. Just wanted to make sure I wasn't doing something dumb
One thing keeps annoying me, I'm trying to add code to my project page and the code contains domain names (without the "http://" infront). Whenever I click "Publish" all of my domain names turn into hyperlinks, which is annoying but harmless, but also "http://" gets added to the domain names in the code which breaks my code. Anyone who wishes to try my code, will find that it doesn't work. It would be cool if hyperlinks were disabled in the code boxes or turn off the automatic conversion to hyperlinks for any web address it finds inside project logs or project descriptions. Would be nice if I could use the code box feature.
Hey JohnnyD, that is a little irritating. I've put in a ticket for this with our Devs, so it's on the list of things to do. Thanks!
much appreciated :)
Hey is this kind of profile ok? Personally I don't want this kind of content on hackaday at all.
I'll get rid of this one. However, if you see profiles or projects that you think are inappropriate, please report them using the 'Report as inappropriate' link. Thanks.
rofl, I wonder which Hotel that was. It's prolly five minutes from where I am !
One UX thing, when I want to click follow and skull (almost) the same time, it's kind of annoying when the related projects pop up - would be cool if they would show below the skull button :)
Can't believe that you are our event in LA and still finding time to give feedback here! We'll add this to the list.
Anyone else want to see what's going on in LA? Livestream here:
More info: https://hackaday.io/event/5203-hackaday-prize-worldwide-los-angeles
was trying to play with the new API today, had a question. Is this the right place to ask about that? I'm new to using APIs, forgive my ignorance. I wanted to just put a counter on my site that shows how many skulls/followers one of my projects has. The API appears to require user authentication, under the assumption that my website is a web-app with users (it is not, just a static site). Digging around and looking at how twitter's API works it looks like they have something called application-only authentication for API requests to public stuff. It seems like that is what I am trying to do with Hackaday's API but don't see an example of how to do that in the documentation. Any suggestions appreciated, thanks!
Hey Alex, It's great that you're playing with the API. I think we are going to make a project for API discussions and so people can post up what they're doing with it. Regarding your question, one of the Devs will respond to you here soon, or let you know where the project is. Cheers.
Hey Alex, after you register you app you'll get API key that you can use for read-only endpoints. You can find your API key here https://dev.hackaday.io/applications
After that all you have to do is to send this request with your API key https://api.hackaday.io/v1/projects/PROJECT_ID?api_key=API_KEY
You can use this project for API related questions https://hackaday.io/project/5602-hackaday-api or feel free to PM me.
Hey, I found two little things:I am on the lastest Opera btw.1) When I hover over my profile pic in the top right corner, I get a list including a link to "My Profile". Moving the mouse to the link using the shortest path, the list collapses, as I shortly leave its scope. Could you extend the scope or add a short delay before collapsing the list. It happens to me each time I visit this page.2) On my profile, there is a list of "PROJECTS I LIKE & FOLLOW". Some of the projects have a small badge from HAD-Prize 2014. Hovering over the images gives a nice animation. EXCEPT for those that have this badge.
Hey Nippey, we'll look into both of these. Thanks for pointing them out.
@Jasmine, Can I please be taken off the Atmel Lists at https://hackaday.io/list/5418-atmel-parts andhttps://hackaday.io/list/4575-atmel-avr-projects?Not that I mind (I like Atmel), but it seems unfair to other people who put hard work into real Atmel projects.
Atmel maintain there own list and wanted you on it :) Which project was it?
Hey frankstripod, I've removed #Driverless Mouse and Keyboard Sharing from the Atmel Parts list. Please note the Atmel/Freescale/Microchip/TI Parts lists are catch-all lists for any projects using those parts. Cheers.
Thank you! :)
@haydn jones, I should have regarded it more of a privilege! #Driverless Mouse and Keyboard Sharing
I received one of those "time to officially submit your project" emails, regarding this project - https://hackaday.io/project/1071-the-hydra-multiheaded-virtual-computer
which is not a project I am in any way affiliated with.
looks like this is a common issue, just letting you know.
Thanks for letting us know. I think we've resent the email with the correct details now. Have a great weekend.
Bug: I'm the owner of "Improve the Bosch-Haber Process", project 1646.
I just got the E-mail announcement "tagged 2015HackadayPrize but has not yet been officially submitted", but for someone *else's* project.
In fact, my project *is* submitted, so I have to assume that the owner of the project my E-mail refers to has not received his E-mail.
His project is: https://hackaday.io/project/1071-the-hydra-multiheaded-virtual-computer
Same thing for me.
I think there was a hitch, so you may get another email, but probably not if you have already officially submitted. Thanks for letting us know though.
Mike said he fixed it and resent, and I didn't get the new version so I assume it's straightened out.
I have registered with username/password, but I want to login with github account. Is that possible anymore?
Hello Tero. I'm afraid you have to sign in via the same method you signed up originally. If you use your github account to login it will create another account on hackaday.io. Let me know if you need more info.
ok. maybe someday in future then ^^
I'd also be interested into login via github. Originally I also registered with mail/pw.
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