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We're updated to the current -RC code.


!iSurf Support

Hey everyone,

We're now running the current -rc code. I immediately filed a couple of bugs about admin settings that were acting strange.

If you see any odd behaviour, please report it here or to the Friendica support forum.

Thanks!

@Adam Clark

Thanks, today isurf is working properly for me!

Hi Adam,

Again thank you very much. It was like a week that I had issue with the connection but I can't tell why, then I found your post. Anyway luckily everything has been solved.

I changed my setup maybe I selected it just to try and completely forgot about then.



Terms of Service 1.0 posted


!iSurf Support

Hi all,

Please have a look at the Terms of Service that I've finally posted. If there's anything that stands out to you as a problem or you think should be revised, please let me know.

Thanks!



!iSurf Support

Quick question based on general comments I've seen about Friendica over on G+. Some users are looking for a set of rules, terms of service, etc to decide whether they agree with the way a node might be run before signing up. Have you considered posting some information or a link on the main page?

This is a copy of the general posting rules I use for communities:

This community was created as a place for progressives to participate in civil discourse about politics so we can learn together. If you would like a category added, please ask. Banned progressives welcome!

Blocking owners and moderators will not be allowed since it prevents them from moderating the community for everyone.

Otherwise rules for Civil Discourse here are quite simple:

Rule 1: Remember there is a person behind the post.
Rule 2: Adhere to the same standards of behavior online that you follow offline. (Yes, your mother or your employer can find your posts.)
Rule 3: Share expert knowledge so we all learn.
Rule 4: Help keep flame wars under control.
Rule 5: Don't abuse your power as a moderator.
Rule 6: Be forgiving of other people's mistakes, typos, etc.
Rule 7: Be prepared to backup your assertions with verifiable sources.
Rule 8: Don't plagiarize.

As for moderation rules, I generally used the Google policy on G+ communities shown here https://www.google.com/intl/en-US/+/policy/content.html but I will need to setup some rules of my own for community forums I run (which will be similar - I've used a 3 strike rule for many years as a professional moderator.)



Profile Not Found Message (on same or different nodes) - new topic


The problem happens when connecting on this node with a different node, or on the same node:
1. Different nodes: I sent a connection request to someone on the nerdica node. I am on a different node. It said the request went through. Then I clicked on the notifications box to get notifications from the contact, and it said "Profile Not Found." Why? Can I only get notifications if the person decides to accept my connection request?

2. Same Node: Also, when I click on one of my contacts' profiles (on this same node), Allen Middleton, it says "Profile Not Found. This resource may be added in the future" (or something to that effect. He gets the same thing if he clicks on the icon for my profile in his Contacts list or on his profile. He had originally set his account up with 2 profiles & I tried to accept the contact request on both - maybe that is what caused the problem. In any case, there seems to be a problem with being able to click on profiles & see profiles, even with people who have accepted connection request and with whom I have "mutual friendship" marked... show more

Maybe I should have deleted the Ignored Request before attempting to re-connect with him?

Sometimes I have to go to the notifications via the menus to the right of my profile pic (upper right of screen on browser) then delete notifications there.

@Adam Clark well that might explain why my event calendar is all white. This was something someone else reported with the latest rc... can we get that fixed?


The message appears right after I hit the submit button for my comment, and knocks me out of the forum. I return to forum by clicking on my profile, clicking on the isurf support forum icon, and returning to the forum - and then I see that the comment is posted. It just seems strange that it knocks me out of the forum and I have to then return to the forum before I can see that the comment is posted.