Story 2014-08-11 3SZ Monday poll: what window manager or environments do you use in the course of a month?

Monday poll: what window manager or environments do you use in the course of a month?

in ask on (#3SZ)
This isn't a poll about your favorite environment. Because most of us use different machine or desktops/window managers in life, or like to switch from time to time, this poll asks you to list all the environments you use in an entire month. That includes your work machine, your laptop, the wife's Mac, and grandma's home Unix workstation. Whatever you come across in a month, tick the box! Expecting to see Windows at the top here, but let's see what else rises to the surface!
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Not working (Score: 1)

by on 2014-08-11 23:25 (#3TB)

When I try to vote I get:
poll not found - date [2014-08-12] title [in-any-given-month-i-use-as-interface]

Re: Not working (Score: 1)

by on 2014-08-12 01:15 (#3TC)

working on three devices, for me by following the link from this article, and it counted my votes, too. Any ideas what it is?

Re: Not working (Score: 1)

by on 2014-08-12 07:38 (#3TE)

Using Palemoon 24.6.2 (x64) on Debian. Still getting the same message.
Same with Chromium 35.0.1916.153 Debian jessie/sid (274914).
And the same with FF 30 on winXP.
Same on my Android browser.

What I did:
1. On main page click 43 votes just below the pool on the right hand side.
2. Tick Windows + KDE and click Vote (other combinations do not work either)
Following link from the article has the same result.

Interestingly the number of votes seems to be going up or down (???) after it fails to submit vote. Especially if I tick several boxes the vote counter can decrease??? Could it be that the system checks that I already voted and subtracts my new votes?

If it works for other people, could it be my account???

Re: Not working (Score: 1)

by on 2014-08-12 18:43 (#3TR)

Thank you for reporting the error; you found a bug! (now fixed)

Your vote was indeed being correctly counted (which is why the number of votes changed) but the redirect back to the comments page was using your local time of your user account instead of UTC time. Thus it was trying to navigate to a date that was off by one (2014-08-12 vs 2014-08-11)

Re: Not working (Score: 0)

by Anonymous Coward on 2014-08-12 11:19 (#3TG)

moved from awesome to i3 the other year, it feels a bit more cleanly designed and does the right thing for multi monitor setups