Will it delete just the Dup... or will the delete action duplicate also and cause a real mess
I could've told you that.
Duplicate notes are real duplicates, with different ID's, so yes, deleting one deletes only that one.
The 'delete' activity can't duplicate, because once the object is deleted, a hypothetical second 'delete' to the same thing would just fail.
>> JanKusanagi @ DM:
The 'delete' activity can't duplicate, because once the object is deleted, a hypothetical second 'delete' to the same thing would just fail.”
Sorry missed you telling me about deleting.. probably in all the noise..
I understand what you are saying but does my deleting cause some loop the suceeds once and then just sits there throwing errors as it loops like what ever is creating the dups. Or are the dups being caused not by a server side loop but rather a client -> server malfunction such as:
send action -> server
server -> DB
server files to notify of sucess
timed out so send again -> server
In which case I could prevent dups by not waiting for the client to think it suceeded.
Clearly something has gone very wrong..
Dealing with non-technical people: The Expert
2016-12-24T15:59:47Z via Dianara CC: Public
Uber Now Tracks Passengers’ Locations Even After They’re Dropped Off
Oh damn an update to qoath broke dianara
pull qoath-git from AUR
pull dianara from AUR
“What I love about Debian stable: there are no updates that break things :-)”
That's why I did use arch, because stuff broke now and then, and then I could learn something by trying to glue together the pieces :)
Then I started maintaining a debian package...
Trisquel 8 Alphas are out:
Whats with the huge blank spaces happenig after some comments. seems to have started yestreday or the day before
Been watching and have some more insight.. seems to be an issue that occure when my tiling WM (i3) resizes the dianara window.
e.g. launch Dianara..
dianara shows up no a tiled window on the left.. everything ok
press meta + w (switch to tabbed instead of tiled mode)
dianara now full screen but comments are hosed (long blanks thing).
There is a locky/Ransomware deluge going on right now. I normally block IP's of hosts trying to spam out Ransomware. (Always some compromised system rather then an actual SMTP server). Normally I get to relax after blocking about 100 IP's, Done or at least down to a very small trickle.
This week I'm up to over 400 IP and there is no sign of abatment. And they are coming relatively fast. (several an hour). Now I could just ignore them as they are all blocked by my spam filter rules. bat as the are a.) a compromised system and there for undesireable. and b.) wasting bandwidth. I just prefer to blacklist the IP temporarily.
I don't know what they've changed but best I can figure is they've set it up now so each new infection does an e-mail blast and then goes silent. I don't want to think this is true because if it is computers are getting infected at break neck speed. I pondered if it was an IoT thing but most of the stuff hitting my SMTP server seems to be from Infected PCs or servers.
If I'm seeing this much on my tiny SMTP server I can't imagine the flood that must be hitting major e-mail providers.
Might be an IoT thing after all.. just tried telnet'ing back to one that just Tried to spam me and got a "Login:" prompt. :/