> John Coppens schrieb:
>> - I'm somewhat miffed at the fact I received only one comment (thanks for
>> that one!). I don't participate to win (though I wouldn't mind ;-), but
>> at least I'd like to learn! Without either, I feel little incentive to
> I hate to say this, but something's gone wrong again - at least with the
> comments: While I did comment several entries, I see only one single of
> (Which leads me to the question: If the comments are not registered
> properly, how can we be sure that the votes are?)
Yes, something is wrong. This time I do have the original data I can
use to correct the problem.
There's a bug in a base class library I'm using during the voting
process. Last month I put in a work-around for the problem but it turns
out the workaround still experiences the problem. I will work at a
better fix for the problem.
Once the problem is fixed, I'll re-apply the voting changes which
should make all the comments appear. As clipka suggested, it may change
the voting results as well. I'll check that out once I fix the problem.
If there are changes, I may have to re-do the awards for that round.
This evening, I'll try to revert the awarding to appear as if the round
wasn't awarded yet. After the fix, I'll re-run the awarding process.
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