Sunday, August 12, 2012

Deletion policy of private pads

Following up on the last post we need to extend the deletion policy to private subdomains.

Starting with today we're going to delete all private subdomains which haven't been accessed for more than two years.

To prevent this from happening to your subdomain logging in once every year is more than enough to prevent your subdomain from expiring.

8 comments:

  1. Love the site! I just came across Titanpad and am now incorporating it into my classroom pedagogy. Keep up the great work!!

    Mo

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  2. This is THE site, it has come useful to all kinds of purposes. Is it possible to delete a titanpad earlier than a year after it has been accessed. I have found titanpad very useful for projects that are actual for a short time.
    Thank you again for the site.
    Hildur Heimisdóttir

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  3. Many thanks to the developers and maintainers of Titanpad. While Etherpad and particulary it's team functionality has been commercialised by several companys, you are keeping up the original spirit of Etherpad.

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  4. please add the code coloration formatting for html, php e css files :)

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  5. How do I delete comments on the sidebar? I signed in as administrator, but I don't see a way to delete

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  6. I tried to make my subdomain but did not receive an activation email... help, I've sent a message at the customer service mail and nothing... Sorry I posted this here

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  7. Please use http://help.titanpad.com or support@titanpad.com for all questions - they will be answered there.

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  8. Is there a way to add an aural warning indication when there is a new comment in the chat window?

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