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January 11th, 2003

Database Diff's [Jan. 11th, 2003|01:06 am]
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[mood |curiouscurious]
[music |"I'm Still Standing" by Elton John]

Is there any reason why running bin/dumpsql.pl and diffing to an up-to-date base-data.sql using bin/cvsreport.pl swaps some statements around? Should I worry about this in patches?
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Duplicate postings [Jan. 11th, 2003|12:16 pm]
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Everybody's most hated bug, now fixed:

Prevent duplicate postings

It's live already, and very well tested, but I wouldn't mind some code review.
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Create.bml [Jan. 11th, 2003|12:50 pm]
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I just got a livejournal server running on a Compaq RH Linux 7.3 machine. Unfortunately, I can not create any users aside from 'system' which was, of course, created during the installation/configuration. I can log in as 'system' but I cannot update the journal and I cannot create any new users. The error message says simply, "Can't post" in large letters and below that in normal print, "Sorry, you cannot post at this time." If I try to create a new user, when I click 'proceed', i just get the standard IE 'The page cannot be displayed' page. The mysql database is running and most links seem to work aside from these two crucial functions. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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(no subject) [Jan. 11th, 2003|07:54 pm]
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Notion sparked by the recent 'livejournal analysis' meme, and by the way, hallo there.

I read a lot of journals. However, just because I read them, it doesn't mean I particularly want them to know all about me. The way I see it, being interesting isn't the same as being trusted, or being trustworthy.

I would like very much if there were levels to 'friending'. Right now there's only one; you're either on someone's friends list or you're not. If you maintain a lot of friends you're invariably going to end up with 'friend groups' so not everyone gets exposed to your more personal thoughts, and these can be difficult to keep track of.

Communities have 'watched by' and 'member' options. Why can't friends? (I'm assuming it'd be a bitch to code.)

It'd be nice if I had the option of 'watching' a journal without 'friending' it. Meaning, they show up on my friends view but they don't have the option of seeing my locked entries. I can always friend them later, if I find them trustworthy. As it is, my only options are either maintaining a huge bookmark file or a ton of friends groups and using them religiously.

Can it be done?
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