Subject: Re: [boost] codepad code longevity ?
Date: 2010-01-30 19:56:49
Quoting Joel de Guzman <joel_at_[hidden]>:
> We see more and more people post code using Codepad. Is that good?
> In the Spirit list, we've had this discussion about longevity of
> code posted to Codepad:
> I can't see any information regarding policy on how code is retained.
> Is there? I've heard they say the post is valid for 24 hours. If that's
> the case, then we should ban the use of codepad. People here, myself
> included, need pasted code to be permanent for future reference.
I talked to the guy building codepad, this is what he said:
"That "24 hours" policy was a cop out, in
case storing pastes for longer turned out to be poblematic. It isn't,
and I've never deleted old pastes. I'll remove that warning.
I've also been happy to see the boost folks using codepad, and plan to
do some upgrades for their benefit as soon as I can find time. I'd
love to hear what they need codepad to do."
If anybody has ideas for improving it, you can reach him at sah_at_[hidden]
-- Arvid Norberg
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