Tag errors - what did I do?

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Jacques Roux
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Nov 22 2017 12:28
Tag errors - what did I do?

Not sure how this happened when tagging a new article? I know its a cardinal sin.

Mike Harman
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Nov 22 2017 12:47

This means you put the people and groups in the 'tags' field, instead of the people and groups field - which makes a completely new tag unrelated to the other one. You can just edit the article and switch them around.

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Nov 22 2017 14:03

aiiiii can't believe I am still that stupid. Yikes. Fixed and deleted the duplicates. Cheers.

While I am here - is there a reason all connections to the site aren't redirecting to https://? I.e. I can navigate to both libcom.org and https:// separately? Sorry if this has been covered elsewhere couldn't see anything,

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Nov 22 2017 14:27

We're going to go full https, but probably alongside a load of other changes.

petey
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Nov 23 2017 00:05
Mike Harman wrote:
We're going to go full https, but probably alongside a load of other changes.

will this net neutrality business affect libcom?

Mike Harman
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Nov 23 2017 00:14

It's most likely that ISPs are going to charge for different types of services - so 'basic internet' plans, then upgrades for things like gaming, video calls, streaming etc.

Since we're just a website, unless web traffic gets deprioritised for streaming or something, it shouldn't make much difference.

What does make a difference is website blocking, this is supposed to be optional, but Sky for example enables it by default https://www.ispreview.co.uk/index.php/2017/10/uk-isp-filters-criticised-blocking-lots-safe-legal-websites.html