I'm not sure if this is a bug or a feature, but the banner ad reloads and changes into a new ad whenever the window resizes. I'm using Firefox 33.1 and I frequently press the alt button for voice communication, this opens up the menu bar and resizes the window, causing the ad to reload, which can be somewhat annoying if you're looking at or want to click the ad. This also happens if you simply resize the window.
After writing some journals for the Week of Awesome I noticed a few bugs with posting Journals. When previewing the post all the tags are removed and the selected categories are reset as well. An easy way to circumvent this is by simply saving a draft instead of previewing it, so a short term solution might be to just disable the preview button if it's not easily fixable.
Also, I'm not sure about this, attachments and entry images might be removed as well.
I've implemented sort of future and promise classes for my network code using a shared_ptr that holds a boolean and a value variable. These variables are set by the promise class, which is non-copyable. The future class only reads from these variables. I thought that it'd be safe to set the boolean from within the promise in thread A and concurrently read the boolean value from within the future in thread B, but apparently it's not. What happens is that sometimes the value is not set when repeatedly reading the boolean value, even though the code is called and the address of booleans match. My question is, why is this not safe and what's happening?
What's with this daily newsletter thing? I got three of them now and they mostly contain duplicate info. Even if every newsletter would contain completely new information, I wouldn't want to receive them on a daily basis.
What's the reasoning behind this and what do the rest of you think about this?