|On Monday, June 1st 2009 6:52 pm, Rebelman wrote: |
|Gakhandel every one of your posts look funny since your signature is sliding everything off the screen |
Not sure what you mean, tested it with Firefox
. I'll change it regardless.
|On Tuesday, June 2nd 2009 10:08 am, Allison wrote: |
|And they're back.|
Seriously, though, I can't find any entry in the logs for the added episode IDs so I can't even tell who is adding them.
|On Tuesday, June 2nd 2009 1:48 pm, Me wrote: |
|Yeah, I see what you mean, they're not listed in the logs. And how did they get past my turning off the button which allows new episodes to be added?|
They're currently back again. Can't delete them though, on account of that setting you changed. :S
I've been thinking about this for a while. On a guide that I edit, I have never had the opportunity to add Hulu videos to the corresponding episodes. Someone ads them without my knowledge. Checked the logs and no evidence or trace that someone had added them whatsoever (That is If that particular kind contribution even goes through the logs). They just magically appear on the guide. Then I found out that the site uses a script that retrieves Hulu.com videos according to that site's custom RSS Feeds. Could it be something similar with this situation? Could it be a bot/script that someone with high administrative/contributing privileges created to check and add basic content automatically?