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Jouster (144775) writes | more than 11 years ago

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I'm curious to see how long this takes to propogate to levels where it will be fixed:

http://slashdot.org/~|<amikaze/. Befriend him, and check out your "friends" list. Odd!

Jouster

(Update 20030418: Most people have their friends show up on their "friends" list, not their "fans" list. At least in the short term, that is. Doh!)

I'm curious to see how long this takes to propogate to levels where it will be fixed:

http://slashdot.org/~|<amikaze/. Befriend him, and check out your "friends" list. Odd!

Jouster

(Update 20030418: Most people have their friends show up on their "friends" list, not their "fans" list. At least in the short term, that is. Doh!)

2 comments

huh? (1)

elmegil (12001) | about 11 years ago | (#5537816)

Just did it, checked fans & friends, nothing strange looking to me. ??

Re:huh? (1)

Jouster (144775) | about 11 years ago | (#5540444)

The entry I have is:

<a HREF="//slashdot.org/~%7C%3Camikaze/">|<amikaze (155975)>

It results in the link to his user page being nothing but that |. Is it different for you?

Jouster
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