Facebook doesn’t like hearing they have messed up For those wondering why I don’t tell Facebook that their site is buggy: well, I do. Except no one there responds, or, more likely, the site says there’s an error, regardless of whether one uses desktop or mobile editions.
The message I tried to ﬁle was:
Guys, 51 hours ago, I lost the ability to like, comment and post.
Then I lost the ability to see various Facebook pages—ones I manage.
Then my photos stopped appearing on my proﬁle.
Some people can’t even see my wall, or like or comment on it.
When going via mobile Facebook, the pages tend to be blank. If I see content, that’s the exception rather than the rule now.
When ﬁling bug reports, I can’t attach ﬁles, so I won’t.
In fact, when ﬁlling out the desktop version of this page, it results in an error—Facebook says it’s impossible to send.
This is your biggest outage ever—or your site is disintegrating. Please ﬁx this.
Cameron tells Muslims to be more British. F*** off you posh toff. How’s that for you?
How to ﬁle a bug report at Facebook Well, there’s a problem there, folks. Your site doesn’t load and there’s nothing in the sidebar—certainly no ‘Report a problem’ link. The left hand doesn’t know what the right hand’s doing.
Facebook dead all afternoon Looks like as of this afternoon, I can no longer comment, like or post on Facebook. I can, however, approve group members. Yay.
(I also cannot cross-post, which this post and a few others on Twitter prove.)
10,000 Last week, we did it. The Alarm für Cobra 11 group that I run, which I took over at around 2,000 members, crossed 10,000, making it one of the most popular unofﬁcial Cobra 11 groups on Facebook. At one point during the most recent series, we were adding hundreds of members a day, all while trying to keep the spammers and replicants out.