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11. Posted by Herr Bert (Moderator, 1370 posts) 9 Mar '10 15:50

I have an interesting issue at the new article about Sochi The sleepbot, as created the normal table, but also many more for the same hostel. I will leave it the way it is for now, so you can investigate.

12. Posted by Peter (Admin, 5476 posts) 9 Mar '10 21:33

Oops yeah. Still a bug from my changes last week. Problem should be fixed now and I've cleaned up the history too (had 290+ changes)

13. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator, 5556 posts) 22 Mar '10 08:10

In the Beijing article, the sleepBot has a contribution of 11%.
I think geoBot and sleepBot couldn't have a contribution?

14. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator, 5556 posts) 26 Mar '10 08:17

Quoting Utrecht

In the Beijing article, the sleepBot has a contribution of 11%.
I think geoBot and sleepBot couldn't have a contribution?

It still is.
Also, we are getting closer to the end of March, and the sleepBot should really go through more of the articles to get to at least 17 million characters. Means 4 more hippo rollers.
Why is everyone so quiet? 24-hour round the clock program?

[ Edit: Edited on 26-Mar-2010, at 08:18 by Utrecht ]

15. Posted by Peter (Admin, 5476 posts) 26 Mar '10 14:40

Quoting Utrecht

Quoting Utrecht

In the Beijing article, the sleepBot has a contribution of 11%.
I think geoBot and sleepBot couldn't have a contribution?

It still is.
Also, we are getting closer to the end of March, and the sleepBot should really go through more of the articles to get to at least 17 million characters. Means 4 more hippo rollers.
Why is everyone so quiet? 24-hour round the clock program?

Yeah, sort of Been focussing heavily on getting the redesign working. I do however have this fast approaching end of the month in my head and was intending to fix the sleepBot so it could help us out! It ran into a problem on the Honiara page where the accom table isn't just the usual default. Once I fix that issue, it can continue on with others - it was running quite smoothly till then. And yes, neither the Sleepbot or Geobot should be gettign any credits for their "contributions"!

16. Posted by Herr Bert (Moderator, 1370 posts) 27 Mar '10 11:27

Quoting Utrecht

Why is everyone so quiet? 24-hour round the clock program?

Lot of things on my mind, and TP is not one of them very often at the moment
and tonight even one hour less ... I need more hours in a day not less.

17. Posted by Isadora (Moderator, 13924 posts) 27 Mar '10 13:22

Quoting Herr Bert

Quoting Utrecht

Why is everyone so quiet? 24-hour round the clock program?

Lot of things on my mind, and TP is not one of them very often at the moment
and tonight even one hour less ... I need more hours in a day not less.

HA! We've been working with one less hour since March 14th. You Europeans are slackers with daylight savings. Though, I have discovered that daylight savings actually steals 4.5 hours from your day. Don't be fooled with that 1 hour thing. I've done quite well with rallying a group who is ready to blame Canada for that huge loss in time.

Isa now wanders off to wake up the sleepBot and get those 4.5 hours back... I have the crowbar just in case the Bot wants to have a duel... I'll also learn to spell one of these days too.

[ Edit: Edited on 27-Mar-2010, at 13:23 by Isadora ]

18. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator, 5556 posts) 28 Mar '10 13:06

Quoting Peter

Quoting Utrecht

Quoting Utrecht

In the Beijing article, the sleepBot has a contribution of 11%.
I think geoBot and sleepBot couldn't have a contribution?

It still is.
Also, we are getting closer to the end of March, and the sleepBot should really go through more of the articles to get to at least 17 million characters. Means 4 more hippo rollers.
Why is everyone so quiet? 24-hour round the clock program?

And yes, neither the Sleepbot or Geobot should be gettign any credits for their "contributions"!

Still, see the Beijing article. SleepBot has a contribution.
Keep up the good work Peter;)

19. Posted by Peter (Admin, 5476 posts) 30 Mar '10 04:24

Quoting Utrecht

Still, see the Beijing article. SleepBot has a contribution.
Keep up the good work Peter;)

Ok, think this is sorted now. Got past the Honiara issue and fixed up that Sleepbot being credited as well. That one will require a recalculation for the already processed articles. That will happen naturally the next time they're edited, or I can schedule some script to handle it. I'd be inclined to just let it sort itself out, but if anyone feels strongly I'll write a script to deal with it

Now for some more processing!

20. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator, 5556 posts) 30 Mar '10 08:35

Quoting Peter

Quoting Utrecht

Still, see the Beijing article. SleepBot has a contribution.
Keep up the good work Peter;)

Ok, think this is sorted now. Got past the Honiara issue and fixed up that Sleepbot being credited as well. That one will require a recalculation for the already processed articles. That will happen naturally the next time they're edited, or I can schedule some script to handle it. I'd be inclined to just let it sort itself out, but if anyone feels strongly I'll write a script to deal with it

Now for some more processing!

Cheers Peter!
Guess it's time to edit it, no script needed...means just more work for you otherwise;)

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