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Message 15839 - Posted: 17 Mar 2009, 15:45:53 UTC

I've heard this Retired-BT team is looking for new members, since a few in here are so obsessed with this team, maybe they should join it?
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Message 15876 - Posted: 17 Mar 2009, 23:39:12 UTC - in response to Message 15839.  

I've heard this Retired-BT team is looking for new members, since a few in here are so obsessed with this team, maybe they should join it?

Feel free to jump in feet first.
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Message 18985 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 14:34:03 UTC

The people who have had their accounts deleted for no reason yesterday are very, very, very unhappy with this project. I know at least one of those people was a top 10 participant. I really hope the reasone we've heard so little about this "problem" is that Travis is working so hard to make this right.
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Message 18986 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 14:45:27 UTC

Yeah...! I think Travis must to have a backup to restore it and do it right... or not...?
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Message 18989 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 14:59:33 UTC - in response to Message 18986.  

Yeah...! I think Travis must to have a backup to restore it and do it right... or not...?

Sure Travis has a backup - Dave is doing a fantastic job.

Nice to see you here again Logan ;)


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Message 18990 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 15:21:43 UTC - in response to Message 18989.  

Yeah...! I think Travis must to have a backup to restore it and do it right... or not...?

Sure Travis has a backup - Dave is doing a fantastic job.

Hahaha!!

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Message 18991 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 15:28:02 UTC

My only complaint is that i think Travis should keep us a little more informed on what's going on with the WU split. Id just like to know what's going on. But then again maybe he's to busy because the bottom fell out.
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Message 18992 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 15:34:06 UTC - in response to Message 18990.  

Yeah...! I think Travis must to have a backup to restore it and do it right... or not...?

Sure Travis has a backup - Dave is doing a fantastic job.

Hahaha!!


There you go - he's keeping you happy!


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Message 18993 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 15:37:41 UTC - in response to Message 18990.  
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Well.. If the response is 'not', I don't know why any cruncher could work for this project...
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Message 18994 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 15:40:28 UTC - in response to Message 18991.  

It must be difficult in a small project where theres only a couple of people to keep things running, sort out bugs and add new bits when they have real jobs to do at the same time.
And then answer a pile of PMs and read the myriad of "I cant get any work" posts.
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Message 18995 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 15:46:11 UTC - in response to Message 18994.  

It must be difficult in a small project where theres only a couple of people to keep things running, sort out bugs and add new bits when they have real jobs to do at the same time.
And then answer a pile of PMs and read the myriad of "I cant get any work" posts.


But is easy to delete the account of one who worked doing fixings and optimizing the project faults during one year...
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Message 18997 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 15:48:09 UTC - in response to Message 18994.  

It must be difficult in a small project where theres only a couple of people to keep things running, sort out bugs and add new bits when they have real jobs to do at the same time.
And then answer a pile of PMs and read the myriad of "I cant get any work" posts.

Maybe even that restoring some deleted accounts accidently can't be done absolutely immediately if some research-related work has to take precedence just now.

I know of at least one accidentally deleted account that has been fixed, or restored from backup, and I should imagine others are following.


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Message 18999 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 15:52:01 UTC - in response to Message 18997.  

It must be difficult in a small project where theres only a couple of people to keep things running, sort out bugs and add new bits when they have real jobs to do at the same time.
And then answer a pile of PMs and read the myriad of "I cant get any work" posts.

Maybe even that restoring some deleted accounts accidently can't be done absolutely immediately if some research-related work has to take precedence just now.

I know of at least one accidentally deleted account that has been fixed, or restored from backup, and I should imagine others are following.


I'm working with Dave to identify the incorrectly deleted accounts and restore them.

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Message 19000 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 15:52:25 UTC - in response to Message 18995.  

It must be difficult in a small project where theres only a couple of people to keep things running, sort out bugs and add new bits when they have real jobs to do at the same time.
And then answer a pile of PMs and read the myriad of "I cant get any work" posts.


But is easy to delete the account of one who worked doing fixings and optimizing the project faults during one year...

Oh to be a forum administrator and be given a bit of leeway for making a mistake or two.


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Message 19001 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 15:53:41 UTC - in response to Message 18999.  

It must be difficult in a small project where theres only a couple of people to keep things running, sort out bugs and add new bits when they have real jobs to do at the same time.
And then answer a pile of PMs and read the myriad of "I cant get any work" posts.

Maybe even that restoring some deleted accounts accidently can't be done absolutely immediately if some research-related work has to take precedence just now.

I know of at least one accidentally deleted account that has been fixed, or restored from backup, and I should imagine others are following.


I'm working with Dave to identify the incorrectly deleted accounts and restore them.

Well done Blurf! Mine is the account with 56 million credits missing :P


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Message 19021 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 16:31:43 UTC - in response to Message 19001.  

It must be difficult in a small project where theres only a couple of people to keep things running, sort out bugs and add new bits when they have real jobs to do at the same time.
And then answer a pile of PMs and read the myriad of "I cant get any work" posts.

Maybe even that restoring some deleted accounts accidently can't be done absolutely immediately if some research-related work has to take precedence just now.

I know of at least one accidentally deleted account that has been fixed, or restored from backup, and I should imagine others are following.


I'm working with Dave to identify the incorrectly deleted accounts and restore them.

Well done Blurf! Mine is the account with 56 million credits missing :P

I think that's the cyber-compensation that should be issued to the accts deleted by mistake. :D
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Message 19084 - Posted: 16 Apr 2009, 20:55:55 UTC - in response to Message 19000.  

It must be difficult in a small project where theres only a couple of people to keep things running, sort out bugs and add new bits when they have real jobs to do at the same time.
And then answer a pile of PMs and read the myriad of "I cant get any work" posts.


But is easy to delete the account of one who worked doing fixings and optimizing the project faults during one year...

Oh to be a forum administrator and be given a bit of leeway for making a mistake or two.

Yes, but at least we get notifications on the front page and a post about the issues long before or pretty quickly after the fact like good administrators should do when they are providing a public service and take pride in their work. A big tick from me about how this project is performing!
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Message 22178 - Posted: 13 May 2009, 20:22:28 UTC - in response to Message 19084.  

It must be difficult in a small project where theres only a couple of people to keep things running, sort out bugs and add new bits when they have real jobs to do at the same time.
And then answer a pile of PMs and read the myriad of "I cant get any work" posts.


But is easy to delete the account of one who worked doing fixings and optimizing the project faults during one year...

Oh to be a forum administrator and be given a bit of leeway for making a mistake or two.

Yes, but at least we get notifications on the front page and a post about the issues long before or pretty quickly after the fact like good administrators should do when they are providing a public service and take pride in their work. A big tick from me about how this project is performing!

Hmmmmmm. What a difference a day makes. Or has it been a month?




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Message 22184 - Posted: 13 May 2009, 21:50:05 UTC - in response to Message 22178.  

No mistake there Ice! Its been a MONTH!
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Message 22186 - Posted: 13 May 2009, 21:54:52 UTC

Dont worry - we're Almost There!(tm)
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