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Technical Issue Help : kudo doesn't seem to be recalculated

Hi I believe that normally, every time you make a commit to some project on ohloh, you kudo rank gets higher (and after that, lower). But now my kudo (and from others I gave one to) doesn't seem to ... [More] change, it's always -51., although my commits to KDE have been claimed now, and that should give a great increase. Thanks in advance [Less]

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Technical Issue Help : Download link gives blank page

The download link for Lilina (https://www.ohloh.net/projects/lilina/external_download) gives a blank page, which I assume means that some sort of internal error has occurred. Any ideas why this is occurring?

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almost 7 years ago

Technical Issue Help : Linux Kernel 2.6 -- repo failures

git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/torvalds/linux-2.6.git master Step 3 of 3: Counting lines of source code (Failed) It's been saying this for more than a week...

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Technical Issue Help : Code Analysis shows the wrong languages

There is a VIM syntax highlighter which successfully recognises Progress 4GL code, so the task shouldn't be too tricky. Thanks, Andrew McMillan

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Technical Issue Help : Code Analysis shows the wrong languages

I've just added a new project, which is something that's been around for a long time but has only now been released under GPL. It's written in 'Progress 4GL', a proprietary language used to interact ... [More] with the Progress RDBMS. Ohloh doesn't have this language listed - not surprising really, I gues :-) The project in question is: https://www.ohloh.net/projects/apms The files that are in Progress are the .p, .i and .w files. Regards, Andrew McMillan [Less]

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almost 7 years ago

Feedback Forum : There is no such thing as C/C++

aha! Seems like someone fixed the compare page, now it shows C as the first language.

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Ohloh General Discussion : How often does ohloh update a repository?

Hi Michael, I've scheduled new updates for the these projects. I'll keep an eye on them to make sure they go through. Thanks, Robin

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Ohloh General Discussion : NSIS scripts

Hi Robin, I got the point, I'm an OS developer too ;) Actually I'm very strict in times, but I don't exclude that in the future I'll could join the project and give my contribution. Best regards, Marco

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almost 7 years ago

Technical Issue Help : How can I delete a project?

Hi, Projects Samba and Samba4 do now have a combined git repository which is enlisted in the Samba project. I would therefore like to delete the Samba4 project, but I have not been able able to find ... [More] out how to do this. I have only deleted Samba4's enlistments. The FAQ has a question how to delete a project, but unfortunately without an answer... :-) Cheers - Michael [Less]

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Feedback Forum : Question about contributors

Hi Robin, "roger" is already aliased as "roger.demetrescu". When I click the "I am this person" in roger.demetrescu I get: """ You already have a position on this project. Ohloh supports only one ... [More] position per project. Edit the aliases table instead. """ Well, I am pretty sure I have already done that in the past. I tried to unregister my Ohloh account from Gralha project (to reassign myself to roger.demetrescu) and couldn't find how. What happens if I click "I am this person" for a wrong developer ? How can I undo this ? What if I say I am "linus.torvalds" ? :) https://www.ohloh.net/projects/Gralha/contributors I the above url, there is no option to remove myself from the contributors list... Anyway, in "Who contributes to Gralha?" box there is already a "Roger Demetrescu" and "roger.demetrescu". According to what I understood from your previous reply, those 2 persons will be listed separately while the commiter x account merge is not ready, right ? Thanks, Roger [Less]

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