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Front-illumination CCDs (as used in digital cameras) don't perform well in UV

by warren | December 13, 2010 00:50 | 60 views | 13 comments | #28 | 60 views | 13 comments | #28 13 Dec 00:50

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@icarito - confirm?

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Testing @icarito and @cfastie - pls confirm? Thanks.

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I got a notification of this because I now monitor the Spam folder of my gmail account. Did gmail change its policy or did Public Lab change its notifications? The change happened about September 20.

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Thanks, Chris - we were testing a different bugfix -- there were two. This latest change fixed an issue with @callouts not triggering email sends at all -- which has apparently been the case for quite some time due to a bug in a related change. There's now an automated test to ensure that it doesn't get disabled again.

The spam folder issue is separate but we are also addressing that soon.

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https://github.com/publiclab/plots2/issues/203

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Found in spam folder. Will route thru gmail to avoid spam rating, and then retry. Thanks!

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@icarito testing, please disregard if you get this

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Hi @cfastie and @warren I've routed publiclab platform email thru gmail now. It delivers email to my inbox instead of spam folder now. Hopefully it does for you as well?

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Yes!

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Testing!

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Testing for email messages from SSL webserver user... hello all!

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Testing email delivery again!

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I got a notification of this last one (7:52 AM today). It ended up in my gmail spam folder. It's the first one since Oct 15.

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