Nefer wrote: When there are two new ID's given usually only one works for me. Does the second ID ever become active?
I remember that a few months ago I could get HITs from two ID's at the same time... Lately not so much.
Actually, you could get 4 hits at the same time from the 4 IDs, I don't know if you remember
they released 3 to 4 IDs on a regular basis at 1h interval
test a web application I
test a web application II
test a web application III
test a web application IIII
test a web application IIIII
Each Id had 300-400 units, and would last a while, ALL direct, no oops.
This is where the 4 limit came from, you could work on 4 hits at the same time
from 4 different JOB IDs, and they took hits from different pools....the IIII IIIII IIIIII had
the BIG HITS, (you could literaly CHOOSE your hits.) Those were the good days to remember
Right now you could get hits from 2 JOB IDs at once, I have had this a few times this week.
If you don't get direct you get oops from 2 JOB IDs (the most recent ones) and refresh them.
I don't know if there will be any hits to "99", I think there is likely to be a new ID before 99 gets anything. The way it works is that these JOB IDs are created by script, it's automated process,hits on turk are processed FIRST, and faster, assignments to CF last as they take more time, so this cases empty JOB IDs.
This was NEVER the case back then, when there was a JOB ID, you could be sure that it was LIVE and ACTIVE and had something in it. and the reasons why things are different now, I will not go back into that as it was discussed before...we have to live with it now, what's done is done and move forward
It was easy back then to CHOOSE your hits, you waned big ones, you could do them, you wanted small ones, you could do them........you wanted the big plangrids ? No problem go to IIII and IIIII.
they released DAILY *BIG* batches of Plangrids... non stop.
So to all the new people who are doing RF, you missed the glory days.....There was a time
when HITS were posted all day and all night at 1h intervals.
Good old days!