Has anyone else seen this message before?
I was typing up a reply to a post, and after hitting the “reply” button and this popped up.
It sent me back to my message and after clicking it a couple more times (and getting the error each time), it finally worked.
uhhhh…so hitting reply once was too many requests, but going at it a couple more times was just right?
I can’t tell you if you actually made too many requests. The only people who could tell you that are the WK developers who can look into log files etc. (EDIT: I meant Discourse developers).
The only thing I mentioned was that in HTTP parlance, Error 429 means “Too Many Requests”. That’s just a standard set by the W3C, I think. Whether software developers use the error code 429 as it was intended is another matter.
Unrelated but that tagline of yours love it that I can understand it yet I have no idea what Japanese for “daughter” is.
Ha, don’t worry. Soon you’ll reach level 29 and all will be revealed…
Well, those error codes come from IETF RFCs and an IANA registry, AFAIK.
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