So, sometime yesterday, Delicious went haywire. (Hilariously, this has nothing to do with our beta stuff, so no Sackboy for this one!)
Most of you have noticed that there are 20 duplicate link posts on site and in our feeds. Delicious is set up to autopublish links to the website once a day – somehow, during the night, it’s switched over to once an hour.
I’ve deleted the job request in Delicious that autopublishes, but that hasn’t helped – I’ve also sent an email to customer service, and received an automated email saying they will attend to the matter in 24 hours.
Outside of that, I’m at a loss for what to do. I’ve asked techie friends to weigh in on how to stop a 3rd party site from publishing directly to ours – if readers have any ideas let me know.
Until then, bear with us while this is being resolved, and we apologize for the inconvenience. – LDP
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