Blog comments working now.. we missed you.

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The ‘blog comments’ had stopped appearing without us even knowing. ‘Viewing solutions’ showed up a blank page and even ‘problem submission’ started crying foul. 🙁 Yes, the Chef’s system was throwing tantrums! He loves dancing in the rain and eating Mumbai’s street food which left him shivering and with an upset stomach.

But we’ve given him a dose of our strongest concocted medication and the Chef is now back to delivering the most lip-smacking recipes. Make sure to look out for them in the forthcoming week. A five course buffet is on the cards. We look forward to all your participation and feedback. We missed it so much in the last couple of weeks. Do keep writing and letting us know what you liked and more importantly where we can improve. 🙂

– The Codechef Team

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12 Replies to “Blog comments working now.. we missed you.”

  1. I am only a beginner in programming. And Codechef offers me a great platform to build upon. In the problems listing page, (be it contests or practice problems), it would be helpful, if those problems which I have succesfully solved appears in a different background color than the ones I haven’t. That way, one can easily identify unsolved questions, because over the time, one will not remember which are the ones that are solved and which are others, it takes time to go into the problem and check “my submissions”. But still, you people have done a great job. Cheers.

  2. I am only a beginner in programming. And Codechef offers me a great platform to build upon. In the problems listing page, (be it contests or practice problems), it would be helpful, if those problems which I have succesfully solved appears in a different background color than the ones I haven’t. That way, one can easily identify unsolved questions, because over the time, one will not remember which are the ones that are solved and which are others, it takes time to go into the problem and check “my submissions”. But still, you people have done a great job. Cheers.

  3. It’s still saying 0 comments for every post on the main blog page. (Also, I think they’ve fixed the problem with the Disqus plugin now, if you want to switch back).

  4. It’s still saying 0 comments for every post on the main blog page. (Also, I think they’ve fixed the problem with the Disqus plugin now, if you want to switch back).

  5. @Stephen: Thanks for the observation. We are looking into the same. In btw, just wanted to know what you mean by the fix in the Disqus plugin? Was it a disqus bug?

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