Webcorp website fails own testPosted 4 years Ago

At 8/22/2014 8:32:51 PM, LogicalLunatic wrote:
At 8/22/2014 8:28:59 PM, Phil wrote:
At 8/22/2014 8:02:11 PM, LogicalLunatic wrote:
PHIL HAS RETURNED! nac

I never left, but it's a little awkward being here since the sale. I don't want to step on any of the Juggle toes. It's their baby now, so I try and stay out of the fray. I do check in frequently to see how everything is going though from a spectator's POV. Since this board was specific to WebCorp, I felt I should participate since I try and be transparent with our claims. Lot's of newbees here...lol.

You mean to say that you've been watching this Site for several years without posting anything?

I mostly use the private messaging system.
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Webcorp website fails own testPosted 4 years Ago

At 8/22/2014 8:02:11 PM, LogicalLunatic wrote:
PHIL HAS RETURNED! nac

I never left, but it's a little awkward being here since the sale. I don't want to step on any of the Juggle toes. It's their baby now, so I try and stay out of the fray. I do check in frequently to see how everything is going though from a spectator's POV. Since this board was specific to WebCorp, I felt I should participate since I try and be transparent with our claims. Lot's of newbees here...lol.
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Webcorp website fails own testPosted 4 years Ago

At 8/22/2014 5:25:57 PM, Geogeer wrote:
At 8/22/2014 4:46:39 PM, jh1234l wrote:
http://webcorp.com...

According to webcorp, Debate.org, which used to be owned by it, scores an F grade on its own test. Are the new Juggle servers slower?

Yeah well, companies like Apple and Google only get a C and a company like Akamai also gets an F. I wouldn't put much credit in this.

When WebCorp owned Debate.org, we didn't put a tremendous amount of effort towards perfect HTML and CSS validation, or speed and performance. We were more focused on the community features and design. Some of the older members will remember that we were really MIA once the core site for Debate.org went live, mainly because we had so many projects at that time. Debate.org does not use BASE, the framework we've developed at WebCorp. As I recall, Debate.org was an .ASP application, whereas BASE is a LAMP application.

If you want to compare first-hand, check-out http://gtmetrix.com... and http://validator.w3.org...
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A Farewell to WebCorpPosted 8 years Ago

To all of the members of DDO...I will miss being your benevolent dictator. I promise to stop by every now and then to pick up a debate from a misguided leftist (redundant, I know), or throw in my two cents on the forums. Since I'm about to give final control to the new owners in mere moments, let me just close by saying...

"don't forget about the new DORK.com...coming in late 2011."

XOXOXO
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Swap.net Is LivePosted 8 years Ago

At 10/26/2010 10:30:32 PM, Ren wrote:
This is dope.

Hey, here's an idea:

Why don't you employ a barter chain feature so that there can be linkages made between wish lists and available products automatically?

Perhaps something like that is already in place and I haven't seen it yet.

You know that whole scenario where it's like,

Person A wants something that Person B has, who wants something that person C has, who wants something that you have. Is there something that will create those chains so that you can identify more bartering possibilities that integrates more people and thus, makes more people happy simultaneously?

Did that make sense?

Makes sense to me. I'll have to think about the algorithm for that. I think some sort of product database would be needed so the people can select items and we can then match apples to apples.
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Swap.net Is LivePosted 8 years Ago

At 10/26/2010 10:15:43 PM, Cody_Franklin wrote:
I think it's a cool idea.

Thanks!
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Swap.net Is LivePosted 8 years Ago

At 10/26/2010 9:51:13 PM, Loserboi wrote:
could use a catchier name. I don't understand what its supposed to do. Is it just a trading site?

Yep. It's not for everything, but there are certain items that are better for trading instead of auctioning or selling. Video games are a perfect example of something that can be traded. Toys and clothing too.

Like I said, I have no idea what to expect from the website, it just seemed like something that would be really fun to build.
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Swap.net Is LivePosted 8 years Ago

I'm moving the conversation surrounding Swap.net to it's own topic. Please let me know your feedback on the site. Love it, hate it, impartial. Any suggestions would be great too. I have no idea if the business model is sound, but I wanted to build the site and test it out.
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Signature RevertedPosted 8 years Ago

At 9/17/2010 2:15:55 PM, Mirza wrote:
At 9/17/2010 2:14:37 PM, Phil wrote:
I'm not seeing the same thing y'all are. I'll have to research my code and see if there is something funky in there that could be causing the issue. Sorry for the hassle everybody!
Thanks. Technically it just went to my old signature automatically.

But your response was quick, so thank you again.

I wonder if your browser is caching the old signature. Which browser and version are you using?
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Signature RevertedPosted 8 years Ago

I'm not seeing the same thing y'all are. I'll have to research my code and see if there is something funky in there that could be causing the issue. Sorry for the hassle everybody!
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