Sorry to bring back an old thread, but I was wondering if RoR has picked up momentum since this discussion? There are some very popular sites built on it, like Twitter and these marketplaces, and I’m learning it right now for a web application a buddy and I are working on. So far I love it and it seems like it would really speed up development. Wonder if an RoR Gems category is in the near future…
Are rating emails no longer working? I noticed a new rating from 5 days ago and I didn’t receive an email.
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I thought about this when I changed my username as well. What I did was created another account with my old username and that account just catches any old referral links I have out there. Hope that helps!
Ok. Well congrats on the first approval, it’s a great feeling. Looking forward to seeing your item. You should PM me a link to it
Did you leave us already? (profile missing)
Ok, I’m making this public because this is getting ridiculous. Long story short, the marketplaces went down today, and when they came back up many of us were missing sales.
We have the right to know why this happened, and what you are going to do to prevent it in the future. I’ve backed off from the issues with the header, and search, and you are doing a great job fixing them. But this is sales dealing with real money. We deserve to know this info…
Google ”.Net Invoice” and you’ll find a package that you can use as hosted, or buy the code and self host it. handles invoices with quickbooks integration.
I’m having the same issues for facbook – only when I’m logged into as an admin for one of my pages, and the text says “switch to” then my name, then the big white box. Windows 7 on Chrome.
I’ve had this happen a couple of times. The best thing to do is reply nicely and let them know that you would love to help them get it working, but since they cannot supply a purchase code that there is a $75 support fee (or whatever amount you want, make it higher than normal). Out of the 3 times this has happened, two of them paid for support so I ended up better off in the long run