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Something went wrong. Please try again later

Posted: Mon Feb 11, 2019 11:43 pm
by MarkGiles
After submitting many (less than 200) on MRT in less than 100 at a time, the red pop-up appears

Something went wrong. Please try again later

After 7 minutes it accepted new submission.

It would seem that the work queuing mechanism is too short.

Re: Something went wrong. Please try again later

Posted: Tue Feb 12, 2019 12:05 am
by Site-rater
MarkGiles wrote: ↑
Mon Feb 11, 2019 11:43 pm
After submitting many (less than 200) on MRT in less than 100 at a time, the red pop-up appears

Something went wrong. Please try again later

After 7 minutes it accepted new submission.

It would seem that the work queuing mechanism is too short.
MRT still isn't available to me.

Re: Something went wrong. Please try again later

Posted: Sat Feb 16, 2019 11:27 am
by Myxt
Site-rater wrote: ↑
Tue Feb 12, 2019 12:05 am
MRT still isn't available to me.
Maybe try to "jump-start" it? https://forum.mywot.com/support-f6/problems-with-the-website-t59162-s150.html#p267670

Re: Problems with the website

Posted: Sat Feb 23, 2019 1:52 pm
by spectre
I've tried to use the MRT since it was allegedly fixed - what a disaster!
It threw up an assortment of errors, and took ages.
It gave random ratings, some of which are way too high for scams / malware / phishing or no rating at all. MRT ratings should carry the same weight as individual ratings - this appears to have been altered so that they carry less weight now.
It dropped sites from my list.
I want to remove these false ratings, but I will have to do them individually as the option to remove mass ratings is still missing.

Links to users' ratings are still missing.
Links to users' scorecard comments are still dead.
Link to community page is still missing, as is much of the info on this page.
Link for finding users on rating site is still missing.
Blog is still full of spam.
Russian translations are still missing.

Support is still awol.

Problem definition

Posted: Mon Feb 25, 2019 12:41 am
by MarkGiles
Though I sympathize with your frustration, I have difficulty understanding your definitions of the problems.

When defining a list of problems it helps to number them, e.g.
1. Links to ratings missing
2. Links to scorecards are dead
etc.

Then for each numbered problem, provide the data required so that the problem handler can reproduce the problem
e.g.
1. Links to ratings missing - from "this URL" click on "this link" etc

Give examples wherever possible - e.g. "It gave random ratings, some of which are way too high for scams / malware / phishing or no rating at all."

If the problem handler can not readily understand the problem reporter's definitions, then there is a barrier to being able to address them.

Re: Problems with the website

Posted: Mon Feb 25, 2019 12:43 am
by MarkGiles
"I want to remove these false ratings, but I will have to do them individually as the option to remove mass ratings is still missing."

That is annoying. I have found that the only way to address that is to do a mass rating which replaces the previous wrong ones. Unfortunately that is not always possible. Being able to do a MRT that simply removes your previous ratings would be far better. This was previously possible, but disappeared in the last "upgrade"

Re: Problems with the website - links

Posted: Mon Feb 25, 2019 2:22 am
by spectre
Previously on profiles there was an option to view your ratings https://www.mywot.com/en/user/108271/ratings (using my user number)

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'My Ratings' displayed a list of all the sites I'd rated with links to the relevant scorecards.

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There was also an option to view my scorecard comments and those of other users, with links to the comments on the scorecards. https://www.mywot.com/en/user/108271/comments
(comments have been hidden in this image)

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Now https://www.mywot.com/en/user/108271/comments redirects to https://www.mywot.com/en/user/108271/ratings
The displayed list is not a list of my ratings, it's only a list of my scorecard comments. There doesn't seem to be any way to view my ratings if I didn't leave a comment.

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The sites in this 'My Ratings' list do not have links to the scorecard comments.

Mass Rating Tool fails to apply categories

Posted: Mon May 20, 2019 2:40 am
by MarkGiles
When I use the MRT to rate several sites, and I select the categories (in my case SECURITY CATEGORIES and REPUTATION CATEGORIES) the submission is accepted.

When I then load any of the mass-rated sites, I find that the categories have not been applied. If I then edit each one, one at a time from the URL
https://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/SITENAME I can take the Edit option and select the categories from there. When I submit each of those, then the category is correctly applied.

The MRT tool is not working properly.

Re: Mass Rating Tool fails to apply categories

Posted: Tue May 21, 2019 10:28 am
by Myxt
MarkGiles wrote: ↑
Mon May 20, 2019 2:40 am
When I use the MRT to rate several sites, and I select the categories (in my case SECURITY CATEGORIES and REPUTATION CATEGORIES) the submission is accepted.

When I then load any of the mass-rated sites, I find that the categories have not been applied. If I then edit each one, one at a time from the URL
https://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/SITENAME I can take the Edit option and select the categories from there. When I submit each of those, then the category is correctly applied.

The MRT tool is not working properly.
Just now, I used the MRT, as you did, for about 100 sites.

If I then load any mywot.com/scorecard/DOMAIN_NAME, and step through the Edit sequence, each of my MRT specifications appears as expected. I believe this shows that the scorecard feature is working and the MRT feature is properly limping (and failing for more than 100 domains per session).

What seems to be broken (or partially detached or desensitized) is the WoT browser add-on because, when I can get one of those newly-rated sites to load (without its required campaign, redirection, and/or tracking parameters in the URL), the add-on displays specifications that are notably different from those of the domain's scorecard.

Re: Mass Rating Tool fails to apply categories

Posted: Tue May 21, 2019 10:29 am
by Myxt
MarkGiles wrote: ↑
Mon May 20, 2019 2:40 am
When I use the MRT to rate several sites, and I select the categories (in my case SECURITY CATEGORIES and REPUTATION CATEGORIES) the submission is accepted.

When I then load any of the mass-rated sites, I find that the categories have not been applied. If I then edit each one, one at a time from the URL
https://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/SITENAME I can take the Edit option and select the categories from there. When I submit each of those, then the category is correctly applied.

The MRT tool is not working properly.
Just now, I used the MRT, as you did, for about 100 sites.

If I then load any mywot.com/scorecard/DOMAIN_NAME, and step through the Edit sequence, each of my MRT specifications appears as expected. I believe this shows that the scorecard feature is working and the MRT feature is properly limping (and failing for more than 100 domains per session).

What seems to be broken (or partially detached or desensitized) is the WoT browser add-on because, when I can get one of those newly-rated sites to load (without its required campaign, redirection, and/or tracking parameters in the URL), the add-on displays specifications that are notably different and/or absent from those of the domain's scorecard.