Having to log in all the time

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Mike Harman
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Mar 10 2015 18:04

May be fixed (after one more log in).

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Mar 10 2015 18:10

So you mean, we have to log in one more time, and then we don't have to do so for every subsequent time we go on libcom?

Mike Harman
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Mar 10 2015 18:30

Yep.

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Mar 10 2015 18:40

Just did it. Hopefully it works.

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Mar 10 2015 18:43

Personally, I blame iexist for the whole having to log in debacle. That's the problem with things today, not enough messengers being shot.

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Mar 10 2015 19:33

Its a damn conspiracy! First iexist has the power and only him (hmmm, seems wierd), to log on to other posters account. He reports it.

Then comes the 'security fix', which inconveniently locks all posters out of their account every time they go on libcom.

We all now sit around looking for who to blame. And oh, how convenient; iexist is to blame. He becomes the scapegoat. Don't you see! That just what they want! A scapegoat...

....while the committee of LibCommissars orchestrates their long planned GOVERNMENT TAKEOVER of libcom.org. We've been duped folks; we can only look for a scapegoat, all the while they slowly take away our precious resource (libcom.org) behind our backs.

confusionboats is right. He saw it coming all this time, warning us very early on.

confusionboats wrote:
jesus christ i didnt mean it like that, no violence or anything bad i just meant that this place is gonna get really bad if things keeps up like this. much love to everyone, stay safe… I'm really sorry. I'm leaving now for good, sorry for all the trouble. best of luck with the forum

He's the true messenger! And we collectively failed to heed his warning.

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Mar 10 2015 19:39
Fleur wrote:
Personally, I blame iexist for the whole having to log in debacle. That's the problem with things today, not enough messengers being shot.

SEE! Fleur is working for them. That latter part of her post is a signal to the committee.

WE MUST SAVE CONFUSIONBOATS.

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Mar 10 2015 20:15

http://libcom.org/forums/general/chew-some-gum-goddamnit-18022015

^See old thread by confusionboats

confusionboats wrote:
clarification:
i'm a scapegoat, you're a scapegoat, they're a scapegoat, we're all a scapegoat and most of us are poor
that's whats in common
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Mar 11 2015 02:13

petey
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Mar 11 2015 15:05

again today.
it used to be i'd never log out, and after i closed out (i come here at work, stealing my time back from The Man), i'd still be logged in the next day. now tho' i have to log in whenever i open up in the morning.

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Mar 11 2015 16:24
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I guess I'm the only person who thinks having to log in every time you access a site is good security practice?

No, it seems like a fairly good idea to me. But nevertheless, it seems to be causing some distress, so when do we get iexist's show trial underway?

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Mar 11 2015 16:42

I logged in this morning and didn't need to log in to post this comment.

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Mar 11 2015 17:36

yeah. it works the same as it used to.

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Mar 11 2015 18:41
Tommy Ascaso wrote:
I guess I'm the only person who thinks having to log in every time you access a site is good security practice?

It's a good security practice if you're an admin. The rest of us can't do much damage.

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Mar 13 2015 18:03

It's happening again, that's it I'm done with communism.

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Mar 13 2015 18:23
jef costello wrote:
It's happening again, that's it I'm done with communism.

Its the 'security fix', which is just a reform, that is at fault.

Although it works for me somehow. So I don't have any problems with it.

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Mar 13 2015 18:42

Sometimes it works, sometimes not. It's hateful and I demand satisfaction. I challenge an admin to a duel.

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Mar 13 2015 21:44
Agent of the Fifth International wrote:
jef costello wrote:
It's happening again, that's it I'm done with communism.

Its the 'security fix', which is just a reform, that is at fault.

Although it works for me somehow. So I don't have any problems with it.

You reformist liberal wanker!

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Mar 14 2015 01:09
Webby wrote:
Agent of the Fifth International wrote:
jef costello wrote:
It's happening again, that's it I'm done with communism.

Its the 'security fix', which is just a reform, that is at fault.

Although it works for me somehow. So I don't have any problems with it.

You reformist liberal wanker!

Hey, we must not reject what could improve our conditions on libcom.org in the here and now!

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Mar 23 2015 23:14

By the way, it seems like this is fixed now. Anyone still having problems? (I've had to login like twice in a week, which seems reasonable)

petey
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Mar 24 2015 00:35

i have to log in every time i open up still

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Mar 24 2015 01:03

It happens occasionally.

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Mar 24 2015 01:17

Or selectively to different posters. I haven't had that problem at all since the fix.

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Mar 24 2015 08:50

Sorry guys. What browsers are you using?

You could try clearing your libcom cookies

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Mar 24 2015 13:08

Chrome. It's not a big deal. Happens maybe once every 5-6 times I open libcom.

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Mar 24 2015 13:21

Mine's just occasional sign-ins now so panic over. I'm using Firefox. Chrome is wank, so is Internet Explorer. Mind you, I have no real evidence for this opinion and I'm about as techie as Catweazel, but I just thought I'd vent some random spleen.