"This resource is no longer valid. Please return to the beginning and try again. "
I managed to vote and not have the same problem. Unfortunately, as a person can only vote once, it is difficult to bug hunt.
Are you able to provide any additional information that might help us track the problem down? What else on the site were you doing at the same time? How long did you stay on the Poll site for?
as a person can only vote once, it is difficult to bug hunt.
Seriously? Janrinock's naivete/sarcasm never ceases to amaze!
My response was neither naive nor sarcastic.
The message is the result of a 'reskey' (resource key) becoming invalid. The reason the key became invalid is unknown and the conditions surrounding it cannot be reproduced. It might have been inactive for too long, the IP address might have changed during the action, or there might have been a different cause altogether.
As we have pointed out to you, some of the software you too are using appears to be misconfigured and is compromising your identity - something we feel that you might think is important. You seem to be unable to fix your own problems and I do not think that your advice is worth much. Matthew 7:5.
Seems to be many issues with permissions, and allowances, and abilities. Shirley nothing to do with janrinok's vendetta against several ex-soylentils that are not to be named? Well, as long at the pogrom continues, I am not longer going to post.
More AC fishies in janrinok's aquarium glub glub
Looks like, true to his word, zatoichi never posted again. That, or janrinok banned him/her.
Yet you've accused at least one non-ari person of being ari numerous times. Either you are lying to troll the troll or you are too lazy to verify identities before throwing accusations. All bad looks for a staffer.
A developer has stated why an issue is difficult to resolve. Perhaps you should try finding bugs in code and fixing them when the problem is hard to reproduce.
Maybe we need a poll on how many people here can actually program. There seems to be a minority here who just do not understand the basics.
At first it has to be established that there is actually a bug in the code.
The site's source code is available for everyone to peruse. Feel free to submit a bug report! https://github.com/SoylentNews/rehash/issues?q=is%3Aopen [github.com]
Stop picking on J :(
I voted, the results appeared with the offending text at the top. I copied it and pasted into a comment and went on my merry way. No further problems encountered. Probably not worth worrying about if it was only me.
I encountered the same message at the first attempt of voting, but I had forgotten to log in first. The second attempt (after logging in) worked fine.
My first voting attempt was within a minute of loading the original page, so there shouldn't have been a delay issue. It was probably due to trying to vote as AC in my case.
Having done some limited investigation I can reproduce a similar fault for about half of the time. It seems to be linked to private tabs on FF and Brave browsers - but I am still not certain of the exact mechanism. If you use an newly opened private tab for voting it is possible that there is no reskey value transferred to/from that private tab - which it can be argued is exactly the function of private tabs. Hence at some point you can be using a tab that doesn't have a reskey.
However, this doesn't happen every time so I am looking at other actions that might be taking place simultaneously.
Can you tell me which browser you use, please?
Firefox - and it's not outside the realms of possibility that I was using a private tab at the time.
My experience (see above) was also with Firefox, though in my case it was not a private tab: just trying to vote before logging in!
As a rule, I click TFA while it is still in the subs queue. Not always, but that's sort of the rule. Sometimes, a submission is moved out of subs queue, into pending stories, before I read TFA. In which case, I will sometimes copy paste the title into a search. I suppose that I've read about 60% of TFAs before they reach the front page. Those that I haven't read, I may well click on the link if I find the discussion interesting.
Pretty much always.
Then i close my eyes, and think of all the possible perspectives the text can be understood from.
Y'know, the genealogical perspective, non-hegemonic discources on whatever TFA is about, which level of the image it can be identified as, which tradition author is from and which other traditions he ignores... what has seduced the author and what does he fear...
What was the motivation to write the text, who is the target audience and the emotional index.. which words are used near each other, which words are presented as opposites and similar, etc.
If i'm intrigued by the TFA, i might scrape the whole archive, make a corpus and open it in my concordancer (TextSTAT 3) to see _how_ author uses words and how well his manner of writing matches what shit cultures like reddit or something awful output; to identify whether author is *shudder* another not constrained by reality activist (Иду Резать Актив, ehehehe)...
Reading texts is sirius biznis!
Does your analysis then inform future actions, or is this more of a filter to determine the weighting to put on a given article? Or do you just love stats?
So hard to express it...
More like divining what direction the text is pointing to and from, and what it says nothing about... it is very subjective, as most text analysis, i think...But instead of goats liver or tarot cards, i use text-composting tools people usually use for linguistic analysis...No objectivity, just pattern recognition...
I'll give an example.
I was looking for how concept of "synaptic current" in neurons was defined, to model it computationally for some unspecified reason.So i downloaded Izhikevich's "the geometry of excitability and bursting" and downloaded all texts from its reference list, then did same for more papers with high impact rating, as well as numentas output and all papers their people wrote ever etc. I think i ended with several thousand pdf files. I 3 sci-hub.
Then i made a corpus with that program, like 900 megabyte-ish, then i used that corpus to look up definitions of all kinds of things (neuron, synapse, hyperpolarisation, depolarisation, current)in all the texts simultaneously, that is what a concordancer does... Which i think provided me with data on how many possible ways currently there exists to understand and eventually model the synapses on a neuron. Like they can be seen as discrete units, an aggregate, with varying fidelity in dynamics, as a statistical distribution, as a binary digit if youre BlueBrain and so on... And also told me what ways of modelling it are missing, considered infeasible and so on, all the places worth looking into..
I did same for edward said's textual output once, lol, and long ago for all output of george w. bush junior... that is how i found out they both were full of.. but that's an entirely different matter, heheh
Guess i just love stats.. *shudder*
That's pretty hardcore. Pretty awesome, but also pretty hardcore.
If the article interests me I'll read it. I usually also RTFA before I will post a comment.Occasionally there is an interesting discussion that has gotten far from the FA and I might comment on that without RTFA.
What is the fine article? Is it the source or the link if you will?
The linked story. Way back in the /. days, if someone made an irrelevant comment because they didn't bother to read the article, a common retort was to tell them to Read The Fucking Article (sort of an homage to the older mainframe days of telling someone to RTFM for the manual). So in a discussion where someone wanted to refer to the linked article itself, people started referring to it as TFA. In polite company, people would tongue-in-cheek say that TFA meant "the fine article."
For a few years now, I've noticed more and more US based news sites blocking EU visitors (they don't want to comply with privacy and cookie laws here. I've kinda given up clicking through to articles. If I'm very interested in the article, I just have to find a local source or VPN it.
You know that you can always use a proxy? IMO, the best proxy is a VPN with servers located all around the world, such as https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/ [privateinternetaccess.com] It takes about 5 to 10 seconds to switch servers from one country to another, one continent to another.
Disclaimer: While I still think PIA is about the best VPN, it isn't exactly what it started out to be. https://www.hackread.com/private-internet-access-pia-vpn-sold-israel-privacy-concerns/ [hackread.com] If you go that route, you'll have to shop around for whatever you think best.
This reads like an ad for http://nordvpn.com [nordvpn.com]
I can comment on a lot, but it helps if I can support being right with a quote from the article in question.
If I'm wrong... maybe the quote won't make it into the comment.
I generally click the article when I think it'll have piccies. (Oooo, space telescope stuff!)
Astronomy pictures are cool.
and sometimes even when it is not that interesting. Though now days less, since i can't participate in the conversation. There is less interest for me to look at the articles, if i can read it from the front page, because i can't take part in the accompanying conversation. But it is what it is.
Ok, i misunderstood, i do click to the referenced article sometimes, but i guess mostly not.