On 3/4/14, 2:35 PM, Walter Bright wrote:
On 3/4/2014 12:46 PM, Max Klyga wrote:
On 2014-03-04 19:14:13 +0000, Vladimir Panteleev said:
On Tuesday, 4 March 2014 at 18:58:43 UTC, Andrei Alexandrescu wrote:
The Net is definitely in a bad mood today. My reddit submission
comment" but there's no comment to see. It also appear in "new"
but not in "hot" submissions.
I don't see it in http://www.reddit.com/r/programming/new/ .
Probably was filtered by some algorithm. Contact moderators.
yah, looks like that happened.
Messaged a moderator. The post has been approved. However the timing is
crappy so essentially the opportunity for a broad reach has been wasted.
BTW this is not something that only I can do. Anyone can politely
message the moderators and ask what happened. Had that happened earlier
(I've had a million meetings today), the impact of the post might have
been much higher.
Let me reiterate: there's a lot of good talk about helping D out.
Concurrently there are many simple, absolutely trivial tasks that are
very easy for anyone to do but add to a lot of overhead if they all fall
on the same person. Case in point, I asked for the photos of the keynote
speakers on the homepage. This is a good idea because e.g. Scott's
mugshot is instant credibility and a good selling points. Nobody found
it worth their while to do that, so I ended up doing it myself, too. It
would be awesome if there was more attention (thanks eco for the
dconf.org pull request!) paid to all things that we can crowdsource.