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Apr
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comment How to prevent directory browsing of s3 bucket?
@seanieb - I'm sure I had tried that once, and I remembered I was unable to see the contents of the directory in the browser, since by default, the path '/' maps to the index.html, index.htm, index.php, or index.jsp files. I may be wrong, and am happy to learn something new, so if there is an index.html file in the directory, how does one see the directory contents in the browser? For instance, if I go to example.com I don't see the files in the root directory, I instead get redirected to the index page, if it's a static file server. Thanks.
Apr
29
comment How can I use MS Project to manage an agile project
Hi John, welcome to Project Management Stack Exchange, the Q&A site for questions about problems in the field of project management. For a small project, do you see ways the op (original poster) could organize the tasks so they reflect percent complete? If so, an edit to your post may further help guide future visitors to this site. Hope this helps, and welcome.
Apr
29
revised How can I use MS Project to manage an agile project
Edited out signature. On PMSE, we avoid greetings, signatures, and taglines in posts. Instead, we put links to our personal and business sites in our user profile. See http://pm.stackexchange.com/users/23263/john-reiling?tab=profile and http://pm.stackexchange.com/help/behavior.
Apr
29
revised Microsoft Project for Agile software development?
Edited out signature. On PMSE, we avoid greetings, signatures, and taglines in posts. Instead, we put links to our personal and business sites in our user profile. See http://pm.stackexchange.com/users/23263/john-reiling?tab=profile and http://pm.stackexchange.com/help/behavior.
Apr
29
comment Software for Multiple Project Management
Hey Totoro, it looks like you got your answers. In the future, I suggest checking out our Software Recommendations Stack Exchange site. Generally, such questions are off-topic on Project Management Stack Exchange. Good luck!
Apr
26
comment What are the most important Skills for a Software Product Manager?
Hey nclx, welcome to Project Management SE, the Q&A site for problems faced in the field of project management. This type of question is a tough one for our Q&A site. Our site works best with a real, actual problem you're facing that our experts can solve. Instead, I think you might Google for the "product management" role and see what articles already exist on the Internet. What's more, product management is outside the scope of project management. Hope this helps.
Apr
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Apr
14
comment How many project managers are needed to change a lightbulb?
I will lock this and leave it here as an exception, at least for now. But there's no guarantee it will stay around indefinitely. Please don't use this post as evidence that this is the type of content we want to see in our community.
Apr
14
revised MS Project - How to print the right Gantt diagram from custom view?
removed unnecessary signatures and "thanks" On PMSE, we don't use signatures in posts, and you can thank a user by upvoting or accepting his/her answer.
Apr
14
revised My boss changed behaviour and I stopped eating with the team. Will this affect my job?
Edited to make title more clear and also clarify the question in the body. Basic copy editing. Don't put spaces before commas and do put a space after the comma.
Apr
14
comment How to introduce a useful topic that is not already here?
@nocomprende To clarify, Polygnome isn't suggesting you leave our community or that we don't want you here. For discussion questions, you go to discussion sites; if you have a Q&A question, we welcome and embrace those here. We simply suggest using the right tool for the job, and that may mean being a member of both a discussion site as well as our Q&A site. :) Hope this helps!
Apr
14
comment How to Logout of an Application Where I Used OAuth2 To Login With Google?
@sss999 - Are the cookies causing problems? If so, what kind? Why is that important? It might be best for you to write a new Stack Overflow question and describe your problem in more detail. Both you and Nuno could reference this post in your question to give more context. Hope this helps?
Apr
14
comment How to Logout of an Application Where I Used OAuth2 To Login With Google?
@NunoArruda - I don't recommend that approach because it approaches the world as if your app is the only app in existence. When we design things, we need to design them to play nicely with others. Making me login to my Google account over and over again won't make me like your app. It had better be a really good, convenient solution to some massive problem I'm facing to not make me ditch your app. With that said, I'm not really sure I have an answer to your question. Try posting it as a new Stack Overflow question so those with mobile experience can answer. Good luck! :)
Apr
14
comment How to handle edits that are too minor, changing title from uppercase to lowercase?
@ErtürkÖztürk - No, we're talking about refusing edits that simply arbitrarily change one word from lowercase to uppercase which is not a proper name. A copywriter would look at those edits and reject them purely on the basis that they are incorrect. Changing the words from all capitalization to lowercase isn't incorrect, so it's more of a grey area. If someone changes those, I also suggest fixing other problems they see to minimize the chances of edits being rejected. Hope this helps clarify.
Apr
14
comment How do I calculate pay rate if I've never freelanced before?
@Pitt - I've been approached directly as well as approached by clients at work for work done outside the scope of my employer. In both cases they were willing to pay me what I asked for.
Apr
12
awarded Announcer
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awarded Yearling
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Apr
4
comment REST - When to use 400 ("Bad Request")
Actually, there is one example I can think of. If you've sized your data type to only take 5 digits and you give it 6, then I do think you could make a case for using status code 422, but I think that's just a side effect of exceeding the data type length and not because of the actual data being invalid. I could still give an invalid 5 digit zip code that wouldn't exceed any variable limits, and in that case I don't think we could justify status code 422. Hope this helps.
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