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  • Hook for Post Update?

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    Great, the posts works. Thank you!

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    Hi @timps -- we store daily backups for two days, and full image backups (taken weekly) for a month. If you need a rollback, you'll need to open up a support ticket ,yes.

    We handle version upgrades upon request. Usually downtime is minimal (if any), although larger forums we'll want to take a bit more time just in case.

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    In WIP we’re reaching developers around the world to invite them to a webinar called Developer Smackdown!. It’s a contest where developers battle each other answering questions, showing code and debating about the things you know and love. The format is a half hour Google Hangout, agilely moderated by us with a very cool prize for the winner; the one who rises to the top of the 3 or 4 brave contestants.

    NodeJS chapter will be next Wednesday April 29th at 18h UTC+1 and the topic will be: NodeJS That’s why I’m addressing you.
    we’re looking for contestants, still need one more!

    If you want to find out more: or just mail me if you have any question. So, do you want to share with us some knowledge and have some fun?


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    You know (one of) the main difference(s) between TCP and UDP, don't you?

    TCP is connection-oriented, UDP isn't. So there is no UDP core-functionality to check whether the receiver is alive (/has the port opened).

    You'd either need to create server-side code or know the server-behavior (e.g. responses to specific datagrams) to achieve an UDP port-scanner.

    If you're able to write server-side code the best is to ask for UDP port status via TCP since it has reliable data-transfer implemented.

  • Update vanila theme

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    You may have to wait for @baris to come in, if you're still missing your category icons, as he was the one who updated yesterday, as I was unavailable.