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Are you an active technical blogger? Or do you speak at CodeCamp presentations or do you help other people with .NET related problems?

Then you are good candidate to win the stupid prizes that Community Credit gives out to "Smart People".

I announced that site on my Italian blog back in May 06, and I was accused to have dropped the .NET Italian community productivity.

So, if you want to win some of the stupid prizes, have a look at the accepted contributions, and start submitting your contributions.

posted on Sunday, December 31, 2006 4:49 PM

Comments on this entry:

# re: Get Credits for your Community involvement

Left by vern at 1/1/2007 10:17 PM

Your URL checker REGEX is telling me my URL is invalid...
http://vernsblog.thegillfamily.us:8180 is valid but the regex doesn't account for the port.

Steve recommends using this;

^(https?://)?([\w-]+\.)+[\w-]+([\w-./?%&=:]*)?$


As for CC; didn't you say there was a way of subtext automating the point submission to CC? Or am I completely wrong here?

# re: Get Credits for your Community involvement

Left by Simone Chiaretta at 1/1/2007 10:36 PM

Hi Vern,
I'll fix my skin with the new REGEX.

And yes, you are right, Subtext is integrated with Community Credit.
I'll write a post once I get to Wellington and settle a bit

# re: Get Credits for your Community involvement

Left by vern at 2/6/2007 4:32 PM

So, you're in Wellington; where's the writeup? Probably slackin' off climbin' some rock wall....

BTW: Still telling my URL is invalid

# re: Get Credits for your Community involvement

Left by Simone Chiaretta at 2/6/2007 4:55 PM

Still not "settled" :)
as for the regex, I'll fix it asap

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