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testing missing comments for Netminder.
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It wouldn't take any of my postes last night.  Seems to be fixed now.
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by:Netminder
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nietod,

Last night was really weird, because I was getting the notifications that someone was proposing an Answer, but there was no name there -- I got three of them.

In any case, it does seem to have been resolved, whatever it was.

Thanks again,

Netminder
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Thanks all.  Both Netminder and I sent this as a sample to Admin, since it is likely other data loss may also have resulted and happy to hear it's OK today.  I thought it was because of the rewrite in process, but Austin confirmed that was not the case yesterday.

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