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I just added two lines of jQuery to the code to make all "Reserved" badges less visible, so you can easily see the difference between the reserved (not yet defined) badges and the badges with logic (defined):
Hope this helps.
You can see where Neo has all but three badges (Thanks 2000, 3000, 4000):
RudiC has all but three badges (Formulator, Admin, Dev Ops Team)
Another major upgrade on the new UserCP today. I have created the "My Badges" page in the new control panel, and it's looking very cool :)
If you have visited the new UserCP recently, you will more-than-likely need to close your browser (completely) and then restart it to clear out the old... (2 Replies)
We have a lot of amazing moderators and other very talented unix.com members who provide tireless top quality free technical support assistance to others. As a service to those long term unix.com members, I am making a new Patreon BBCODE badge available which can be posted in forum... (8 Replies)
Here is the current array of the short description of badges for the new prototype badging system (Beta 1) with 42 icons allocated (prototype logic written) and 6 reserved (for future use);
$badges_desc = array(
"fauser" => "Total Post Count",
"faaward" => "First Post",
... (6 Replies)
Here is the current status of the badging system:
The Beta 1 phase of the new badging system is close to completion.
42 prototype badges have been "allocated"
6 prototype badge slots are held in reserve
The "alert you have new badges" prototype is running and is currently... (4 Replies)
Happy New Year!
There are currently four UNIX.COM achievement awards up for grabs, as the say. Here they are, in no particular order:
The Order of the Raven
The Order of the Hippo
The Order of the Spider
The Order of the Dragon
Don't ask me what they mean, or who who will get those... (0 Replies)
I have read a document which tells me the following 4 things are done by the RAM embedded on disk driver controller. But I don't know what's difference between buffer and cache. Thanks!
RAM on disk drive controllers
2 speed matching buffer
3 prefetching buffer
4 cache (1 Reply)