Myxt wrote: ↑
Fri Nov 15, 2019 9:37 am
Current Rating & Commenting Problems Observed Today:
The MRT is still broken:
1a. does not remove processed domains from the list;
1b. error if more than 100 domains listed per session;
1c. error if more than 1 session each circa 10 minutes;
1d. may not assign user input to scorecards for all domains listed;
1e. no longer provides mass-delete function.
2a. no longer include Trusted Sources values in trust scores and categories;
2b. obscure the screenshot, who-is link, and other features if the domain is unrated;
2c. no longer live link to raters' user profiles;
2d. incorrectly replace responding site owners' default avatars with the avatar of the sign-ed in member who views the scorecard;
2e. disallow anonymous ratings, thus pitting public safety against that of members who may be targeted; *
2f. improperly record a Child Safety rating when none was assigned;
2g. fail to parse and process level1 Twitter subdirectories;
2h. expose the number of ratings, enabling the gaming of ratings.
3a. no longer provide retrieval of all rated sites;
3b. permit retrieval of only 10-15 commented sites nearest the viewport;
3c. retain display artifacts from the previous platform without the related controls;
3d. are no longer searchable;
3e. expose members' Claimed Sites in their profile web page code, disregarding their safety.
Example: A member receives spam email that links an unrated arbitrary subdomain which is a token that specifically identifies the recipient. If that subdomain is subsequently rated & commented on a scorecard, the email address, and possibly the real identity, of the rating member can be inferred.