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on hackaday.io (opening page) there's a banner "The 2018 Hackaday Prize has started! Check out entries or submit a project.". But the link URLs are swapped.
It's a bit confusing when I want to view the list but asks for login because the "check out" is actually the "add project" link.
Are you sure? yes | no
muahahahaha :-) I suppose they'll reply "it's an accessibility feature" ? :-P
i got added to a project togehter with a 2nd person but the Update in the Feed reads "
davedarko added You and You as contributors to the project LAMEBOY - another ESP12 handheld.
the 2nd person is featured in the update post
yeah, i got that too: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1piTOx6UY_cGwnGt5UMvcHjtFKDmCmDLz/view?usp=sharing
I can't read draft logs on my projects that were written by team members
why doesn't hackaday have a classifieds? i mean, we have tindie, but that's for projects. I think it would be cool to have a for sale/wanted section for new/used parts
there was something like that, forgot the project name... try searching for garage :D
yeah, but that’s the problem- nobody knows about it so nobody uses it. We need something like the stack, pinned up on the top
There's the tindie flea market, in beta
Or, you could add a hackaday keyword to your ebay listing, but that doesn't support the local economy, i.e. hackaday.
Again lots of spam on the Stack. Maybe it's a good idea to require manually approving submissions to the Stack?
Not a big bug, but still annoying. Whenever I edit my project description and I had line breaks, all line breaks get removed and everything gets put into a single line. Maybe I'm not meant to use line breaks in my project description?
Description does have a shorter max length. It's longer than summary, but the details section is where I would go into more depth.
the list only shows 24 of 31 projects at random https://hackaday.io/submissions/prize2018/list
Thanks looking into it
Fixed, thanks for the report Dave.
My project was automatically submitted to the open design thing, but that wasn't my intention - I think I only said "add to prize" https://hackaday.io/project/85280-electric-urdy-gurgy-synthy
It does submit automatically, I think it's like last years anything goes challenge.
I'm not getting comment notifications on my project. This has been a problem for a long time. Please fix it.
Same for me as well.. Not a major issue for me as I cycle through my pages from time to time but for others it should be working better...
Have you received any emails from hackaday.io recently?
Yes I did. I get "like", "follow" notifications. In fact I got notification e-mail for replies to my above comment. But I don't get comment/reply notifications on my project page.
Black background makes this site extremely hard to use.
I signed up with my e-mail address. Then after a while I logged in with Github (same e-mail address) and instead of logging in another account was made...
if you upload a file to your project, then delete it and upload a new file with same name as the previous, the original file is restored. Means you can't make changes to files of the same name.
Thanks, I'll ask about this.
A spammer sent me a message via chat (literally just "Hello"). The account has since been deleted, but still appears in my chat sidebar. Is there a way to delete this, and if not, could y'all please add one?
I believe this is included in upcoming chat improvements.
Similar issue to @Bodo Eichstädt. I accidentally created my account with the wrong github account. I swapped over to my other github account and created a new account but now I cannot delete the one associated with the first account.
Under 'Edit My Account' I go to 'Delete My Account' and select 'Authenticate with Github' and.... it takes me back to the homepage, account still fully intact. I can't try any other options since I cant set a password, etc. Any ideas?
If using Github for oauth login here... how do I change my notification email? Edit of profile is not possible because no password is set. Setting a new email here is not possible because if ask to confirm by entering the current password. Setting of a password is not possible (because of Github oauth). Updating through Github (set desired email as primary there, then de-auth, then re-auth) does not help.
Someone knows a workaround?
My guess: hackaday reads the FIRST email from Github, not the primary. Perfect would a a dropdown select in the settings with entries like:
use email entered below
use Github primary <--- and occasionally query Github for an update
use Github 1
use Github 2
use Github 3
plus an input to give a totally different one if you choose the first option. :-)
It looks like I can drag and drop project logs from project pages, including those of others? Nothing is saved since it goes back after refreshing but still strange.
Thanks, this should be fixed now.
The same spam again, maybe an idea like @davedarko mentioned here already to assign moderators in other timezones?
I've been told that something for this is in the works or at least there were talks about it.. I'm ready for it :)
There's a lot of spam on the Stack at the moment ...
Same Korean spammer as usual… already been reported. Somehow I don't think the name "miss8080" means she's a fan of vintage Intel CPUs…
I think I found a bug in how images are handled in the Instructions. When I add them they show up fine initially, but once I save the instructions and reload the page they turn into empty frames. I've confirmed this behavior on 2 computers. When I look at the HTML it appears the link to the image itself is removed when the instructions are saved, which explains why I see an empty frame. Can someone check this out? Thanks!
I'm also experiencing the "inability to re-order instructions" bug mentioned a few times below. Does anyone know a workaround?
Is there a light mode? The contrast on the dark text is too low.
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