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<div id="72404_kdub1">Don't hide the truth, Blogdrive</div> - Vibration of Perceptions
Sunday, November 12, 2006

Don't hide the truth, Blogdrive

I don't think that moving forum topics to the Romper Room is doing the members any justice. Although they are a little hot on fire but they are still serious topics talking about real issues that concerns the welfare of Blogdrive members. They don't deserve to be in the Romper Room because they are not ill-mannered or arguing for the sake of arguing.
Moving these topics away from the main branch (in this case Helpee's on Fire) is like China's media control policy. I think forum moderators should re-evaluate what they move away from the main branch. It feels like censorship to me.

Please reconsider this and move them back to where they really belong.

Posted at 03:58 pm by Seige
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<div id="68913_kdub1">Okay, maybe tomorrow...</div> - Vibration of Perceptions
Thursday, November 09, 2006

Okay, maybe tomorrow...

On the issue of Blogdrive's downtime, that's what I've been saying to myself for the past god knows how long. Maybe it'll get better tomorrow, maybe it'll get better tomorrow, I should just leave this work until tomorrow, it'll get better tomorrow and so on...

And now I wonder how much patience can you give to something that doesn't give you any results at all.

And worst of all having to be insulted by another one of Blogdrive's pacifier, sigh such is the world in US of America.

Posted at 09:11 pm by Seige
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<div id="80088_kdub1">How to overcome external JS issues?</div> - Vibration of Perceptions
Saturday, October 21, 2006

How to overcome external JS issues?

For many times now, Blogdrive have chosen to insert an additional text into all blogs and pages "informing" users they are upgrading servers. Sure, we should actually be grateful that they are in fact "informing" us, which under normal circumstances, they don't.

Blogdrive automatically inserts this line of code into the end of all files stored on Blogdrive. Including CSS and JS files.
<p align=center>Upgrading servers. We'll be back up in a few of minutes.<br>We are currently storing submitted entries for later processing.</p>
Now, let's not let the issue of "informing" users of downtime. The issue I'm facing now, has to do with Blogdrive, automatically inserting additional text into my .js files, making them obsolete and not working. I use lotsa external javascript files which are hosted on Blogdrive. But whenever they insert this tags, all my blogs would fail to execute.

So the solution to this problem, without informing Blogdrive of the problem (as they are always too "busy" to pay any attention to a Magnum (plan 4) subscriber such as myself), I simple insert a double slash at the very end of all my js documents.

It does the trick, wonderfully. By inserting a double slash, I basically "comment-out" the auto-inserted code.

Oh, how genius of me to stop a war, not get angry fix the small problem.

Posted at 07:10 pm by Seige
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<div id="66531_kdub1">Blogdrive Defenders or Jerks</div> - Vibration of Perceptions
Thursday, October 19, 2006

Blogdrive Defenders or Jerks

Everything is officially back to normal, no not normal, I mean up and running. Since normal would mean its down or still under maintenance or unavailable in Blogdrive terms.

This is yet another major disaster. Seeing that more people participate in the forum doing the "complaining" dance. And as usual, the Blogdrive defenders (as in Sinja, JfZ and others) would step in to "defend" Blogdrive.

These people are the saviours of Blogdrive, although they are very much unappreciated both by Blogdrive and people who are angry with the service. The defenders would stand up for Blogdrive no matter what it takes, including snapping pirate's neck, being insulted for masturbating in the server room, or having sexual intercourse with one of the server wire host. (eww...)

I, in my opinion, to be honest, in my honest opinion don't like the attitude of these defenders one bit. Here are the stereotypes:
1) they lie, that the service is running smoothly when it isn't.
2) they make fun of angry Blogdrive users posters, a big NO to customer services and professionalism. Though I must admit, they don't have one single bit of reason to provide professional customer service to these people, they are VOLUNTEERS.
3) they think, it's just blogging, it's just a blog, it's just a blog host, it's just a downtime. They fail to understand the importance and economic value of service downtime. OR they knew but they are just doing what they do best, defending Blogdrive.
4) they think, it's a free service, don't complain. And if you pay, just be patient.

What I really hope for them, at the very least is to be honest with the users, do not insult their problems, and do not ever, EVER say that blogging is just another piece of toilet paper.

Sigh. Will they ever understand? Guess not.

Posted at 02:02 pm by Seige
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