Moderation Log

Date/Time Moderator Story/Comment/User, Action, Reason
2019-02-12 04:26 -0600 kashif.iqbal Tag: PDF
Action: Updating tag PDF, changed id from '' to '23', changed tag from '' to 'PDF', changed description from '' to ''
2018-12-30 04:52 -0600 kashif.iqbal Tag: Font
Action: Updating tag Font, changed id from '' to '22', changed tag from '' to 'Font', changed description from '' to ''
2018-12-26 01:38 -0600 kashif.iqbal Story: SQLite As An Application File Format
Action: changed tags from "Spreadsheet Others" to "Others"
2018-12-26 01:38 -0600 kashif.iqbal Tag: Others
Action: Updating tag Others, changed id from '' to '21', changed tag from '' to 'Others', changed description from '' to ''
2018-12-25 20:12 -0600 kashif.iqbal Tag: Database
Action: Updating tag Database, changed id from '' to '20', changed tag from '' to 'Database', changed description from '' to ''
2018-12-05 07:51 -0600 kashif.iqbal User JohnRobert
Action: Granted hat "File Formats" (www.fileformat.com)
2018-11-27 23:38 -0600 kashif.iqbal Tag: Note Taking
Action: Updating tag Note Taking, changed tag from 'Notes' to 'Note Taking'
2018-11-27 23:37 -0600 kashif.iqbal Tag: Note Taking
Action: Updating tag Notes, changed id from '' to '19', changed tag from '' to 'Notes', changed description from '' to ''
2018-11-27 23:23 -0600 kashif.iqbal Tag: Page Description Language
Action: Updating tag Page Description Language, changed id from '' to '18', changed tag from '' to 'Page Description Language', changed description from '' to ''
2018-11-27 23:19 -0600 kashif.iqbal Tag: Word Processing
Action: Updating tag Word Processing, changed tag from 'Document' to 'Word Processing'
2018-11-19 11:48 -0600 kashif.iqbal Tag: FileFormat
Action: Updating tag FileFormat, changed hotness_mod from '5.0' to '0.0'
2018-11-19 11:46 -0600 Tag: FileFormat
Action: Updating tag FileFormat, changed privileged from 'true' to 'false'
2018-11-19 01:36 -0600 kashif.iqbal Tag: Project Management
Action: Updating tag Project Management, changed id from '' to '17', changed tag from '' to 'Project Management', changed description from '' to ''
2018-11-19 01:32 -0600 kashif.iqbal Tag: Email
Action: Updating tag Email, changed tag from 'Emailing' to 'Email'
2018-11-18 16:24 -0600 (Users) User 6 (Deleted)
Action: changed own username from "" to "chalisabir"
2018-11-18 16:09 -0600 (Users) User mudassir.raza
Action: changed own username from "mudassir.raza" to "mudassir.raza1"
2018-11-18 16:06 -0600 (Users) User 6 (Deleted)
Action: changed own username from "" to "chSabir"
2018-11-18 16:03 -0600 (Users) User msabiricloud
Action: changed own username from "msabiricloud" to "msabiricloud123"
2018-11-18 11:47 -0600 kashif.iqbal Tag: Presentation
Action: Updating tag Presentation, changed id from '' to '16', changed tag from '' to 'Presentation', changed description from '' to ''
2018-11-09 04:04 -0600 kashif.iqbal Tag: 3D
Action: Updating tag 3D, changed id from '' to '15', changed tag from '' to '3D', changed description from '' to ''
2018-11-06 10:33 -0600 kashif.iqbal Tag: Video
Action: Updating tag Video, changed id from '' to '14', changed tag from '' to 'Video', changed description from '' to ''
2018-11-01 13:38 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: Compression
Action: Updating tag Compression, changed id from '' to '13', changed tag from '' to 'Compression', changed description from '' to ''
2018-10-31 21:01 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: Image
Action: Updating tag Image, changed id from '' to '12', changed tag from '' to 'Image', changed description from '' to ''
2018-10-30 08:37 -0500 yasirsaeed Story: File Format specifications at one place
Action: changed description from "Talking about File Formats isn't business unusual. But when it comes to finding exact file format specifications of a specific file format, a single place to get you the most of such information can be really helpful. A single source of such information can not only give useful overview of the overall organization of file format details, but also lead to a healthy community discussion.\r\n\r\nWhile searching around for one such source, we came across https://fileformat.com. At first, it appeared to be something similar to other file format information sources. But after exploring it further, it came out to be much more than just a normal file format information website. Here is how it differs from other conventional file format information sources available.\r\n\r\n1. FileFormat.com aims at building user community for useful discussions related to File Formats. For this purpose, their community forum available at: https://forum.aspose.com gives an opportunity to everyone for getting into discussions related to File Format specifications. This will let developer enthusiasts interact with each other on a single platform for getting the most out related to file format specifications.\r\n\r\n2. Knowledge base about File Formats is another attractive source of knowledge about File Format specifications in the form of File Format wiki. The File Format wiki available at: https://wiki.fileformat.com/ targets file formats from their specifications point of view in addition to general File Format information.\r\n\r\nFileFormat.com seemed to us a single source of information for all our queries related to File Formats. We, specially, find its community forum and Wiki useful from developer's perspective in terms of resolving the unknowns while working with File Formats." to "Talking about File Formats isn't business unusual. But when it comes to finding exact file format specifications of a specific file format, a single place to get you the most of such information can be really helpful. A single source of such information can not only give useful overview of the overall organization of file format details, but also lead to a healthy community discussion.\r\n\r\nWhile searching around for one such source, we came across https://fileformat.com. At first, it appeared to be something similar to other file format information sources. But after exploring it further, it came out to be much more than just a normal file format information website. Here is how it differs from other conventional file format information sources available.\r\n\r\n1. FileFormat.com aims at building user community for useful discussions related to File Formats. For this purpose, their community forum available at: https://forum.aspose.com gives an opportunity to everyone for getting into discussions related to File Format specifications. This will let developer enthusiasts interact with each other on a single platform for getting the most out related to file format specifications.\r\n\r\n2. Knowledge base about File Formats is another attractive source of knowledge about File Format specifications in the form of File Format wiki. The File Format wiki available at: https://wiki.fileformat.com/ targets file formats from their specifications point of view in addition to general File Format information.\r\n\r\nFileFormat.com seemed to us a single source of information for all our queries related to File Formats. We, specially, find its community forum and Wiki useful from developer's perspective in terms of resolving the unknowns while working with File Formats...", changed markeddown_description from "<p>Talking about File Formats isn’t business unusual. But when it comes to finding exact file format specifications of a specific file format, a single place to get you the most of such information can be really helpful. A single source of such information can not only give useful overview of the overall organization of file format details, but also lead to a healthy community discussion.</p>\n<p>While searching around for one such source, we came across <a href=\"https://fileformat.com\" rel=\"nofollow\">https://fileformat.com</a>. At first, it appeared to be something similar to other file format information sources. But after exploring it further, it came out to be much more than just a normal file format information website. Here is how it differs from other conventional file format information sources available.</p>\n<ol>\n<li>\n<p>FileFormat.com aims at building user community for useful discussions related to File Formats. For this purpose, their community forum available at: <a href=\"https://forum.aspose.com\" rel=\"nofollow\">https://forum.aspose.com</a> gives an opportunity to everyone for getting into discussions related to File Format specifications. This will let developer enthusiasts interact with each other on a single platform for getting the most out related to file format specifications.</p>\n</li>\n<li>\n<p>Knowledge base about File Formats is another attractive source of knowledge about File Format specifications in the form of File Format wiki. The File Format wiki available at: <a href=\"https://wiki.fileformat.com/\" rel=\"nofollow\">https://wiki.fileformat.com/</a> targets file formats from their specifications point of view in addition to general File Format information.</p>\n</li>\n</ol>\n<p>FileFormat.com seemed to us a single source of information for all our queries related to File Formats. We, specially, find its community forum and Wiki useful from developer’s perspective in terms of resolving the unknowns while working with File Formats.</p>\n" to "<p>Talking about File Formats isn’t business unusual. But when it comes to finding exact file format specifications of a specific file format, a single place to get you the most of such information can be really helpful. A single source of such information can not only give useful overview of the overall organization of file format details, but also lead to a healthy community discussion.</p>\n<p>While searching around for one such source, we came across <a href=\"https://fileformat.com\" rel=\"nofollow\">https://fileformat.com</a>. At first, it appeared to be something similar to other file format information sources. But after exploring it further, it came out to be much more than just a normal file format information website. Here is how it differs from other conventional file format information sources available.</p>\n<ol>\n<li>\n<p>FileFormat.com aims at building user community for useful discussions related to File Formats. For this purpose, their community forum available at: <a href=\"https://forum.aspose.com\" rel=\"nofollow\">https://forum.aspose.com</a> gives an opportunity to everyone for getting into discussions related to File Format specifications. This will let developer enthusiasts interact with each other on a single platform for getting the most out related to file format specifications.</p>\n</li>\n<li>\n<p>Knowledge base about File Formats is another attractive source of knowledge about File Format specifications in the form of File Format wiki. The File Format wiki available at: <a href=\"https://wiki.fileformat.com/\" rel=\"nofollow\">https://wiki.fileformat.com/</a> targets file formats from their specifications point of view in addition to general File Format information.</p>\n</li>\n</ol>\n<p>FileFormat.com seemed to us a single source of information for all our queries related to File Formats. We, specially, find its community forum and Wiki useful from developer’s perspective in terms of resolving the unknowns while working with File Formats…</p>\n"
2018-10-30 08:36 -0500 yasirsaeed Story: Symbology Conceptual Core Model in the making
Action: changed description from "Looks like the Open Geospatial Consortiuym (OGC) is in the process of early development of a Symbology Conceptual Core Model (SCCM). The consortium seeks public comment the development of SCCM which is an abstract, modular, and extensible model, with no encoding dependency, used for the portrayal of geographical data. It aims to offer a consistent approach to specifying data portrayal and symbology rules that can be applied to geospatial datasets as well as online geospatial data and mapping services. \r\n\r\nExisting OGC standards for styling and symbology can only be used with a few OGC standards (e.g. Web Map Service), so a more general and portable symbology model is required for use across the broad OGC standards baseline." to "Looks like the Open Geospatial Consortiuym (OGC) is in the process of early development of a Symbology Conceptual Core Model (SCCM). The consortium seeks public comment the development of SCCM which is an abstract, modular, and extensible model, with no encoding dependency, used for the portrayal of geographical data. It aims to offer a consistent approach to specifying data portrayal and symbology rules that can be applied to geospatial datasets as well as online geospatial data and mapping services. \r\n\r\nExisting OGC standards for styling and symbology can only be used with a few OGC standards (e.g. Web Map Service), so a more general and portable symbology model is required for use across the broad OGC standards baseline..", changed markeddown_description from "<p>Looks like the Open Geospatial Consortiuym (OGC) is in the process of early development of a Symbology Conceptual Core Model (SCCM). The consortium seeks public comment the development of SCCM which is an abstract, modular, and extensible model, with no encoding dependency, used for the portrayal of geographical data. It aims to offer a consistent approach to specifying data portrayal and symbology rules that can be applied to geospatial datasets as well as online geospatial data and mapping services.</p>\n<p>Existing OGC standards for styling and symbology can only be used with a few OGC standards (e.g. Web Map Service), so a more general and portable symbology model is required for use across the broad OGC standards baseline.</p>\n" to "<p>Looks like the Open Geospatial Consortiuym (OGC) is in the process of early development of a Symbology Conceptual Core Model (SCCM). The consortium seeks public comment the development of SCCM which is an abstract, modular, and extensible model, with no encoding dependency, used for the portrayal of geographical data. It aims to offer a consistent approach to specifying data portrayal and symbology rules that can be applied to geospatial datasets as well as online geospatial data and mapping services.</p>\n<p>Existing OGC standards for styling and symbology can only be used with a few OGC standards (e.g. Web Map Service), so a more general and portable symbology model is required for use across the broad OGC standards baseline..</p>\n"
2018-10-29 01:36 -0500 kashif.iqbal Story: Symbology Conceptual Core Model in the making
Action: changed title from "Symbology Conceptual Core Model in the making?" to "Symbology Conceptual Core Model in the making"
2018-10-27 11:50 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: XML
Action: Updating tag XML, changed id from '' to '11', changed tag from '' to 'XML', changed description from '' to ''
2018-10-26 07:31 -0500 kashif.iqbal Story: Symbology Conceptual Core Model in the making
Action: changed description from "Looks like the Open Geospatial Consortiuym (OGC) is in the process of early development of a Symbology Conceptual Core Model (SCCM). The consortium seeks public comment the development of SCCM which is an abstract, modular, and extensible model, with no encoding dependency, used for the portrayal of geographical data. It aims to offer a consistent approach to specifying data portrayal and symbology rules that can be applied to geospatial datasets as well as online geospatial data and mapping services. Existing OGC standards for styling and symbology can only be used with a few OGC standards (e.g. Web Map Service), so a more general and portable symbology model is required for use across the broad OGC standards baseline." to "Looks like the Open Geospatial Consortiuym (OGC) is in the process of early development of a Symbology Conceptual Core Model (SCCM). The consortium seeks public comment the development of SCCM which is an abstract, modular, and extensible model, with no encoding dependency, used for the portrayal of geographical data. It aims to offer a consistent approach to specifying data portrayal and symbology rules that can be applied to geospatial datasets as well as online geospatial data and mapping services. \r\n\r\nExisting OGC standards for styling and symbology can only be used with a few OGC standards (e.g. Web Map Service), so a more general and portable symbology model is required for use across the broad OGC standards baseline.", changed markeddown_description from "<p>Looks like the Open Geospatial Consortiuym (OGC) is in the process of early development of a Symbology Conceptual Core Model (SCCM). The consortium seeks public comment the development of SCCM which is an abstract, modular, and extensible model, with no encoding dependency, used for the portrayal of geographical data. It aims to offer a consistent approach to specifying data portrayal and symbology rules that can be applied to geospatial datasets as well as online geospatial data and mapping services. Existing OGC standards for styling and symbology can only be used with a few OGC standards (e.g. Web Map Service), so a more general and portable symbology model is required for use across the broad OGC standards baseline.</p>\n" to "<p>Looks like the Open Geospatial Consortiuym (OGC) is in the process of early development of a Symbology Conceptual Core Model (SCCM). The consortium seeks public comment the development of SCCM which is an abstract, modular, and extensible model, with no encoding dependency, used for the portrayal of geographical data. It aims to offer a consistent approach to specifying data portrayal and symbology rules that can be applied to geospatial datasets as well as online geospatial data and mapping services.</p>\n<p>Existing OGC standards for styling and symbology can only be used with a few OGC standards (e.g. Web Map Service), so a more general and portable symbology model is required for use across the broad OGC standards baseline.</p>\n"
2018-10-26 07:31 -0500 kashif.iqbal Story: Symbology Conceptual Core Model in the making
Action: changed url from "http://www.opengeospatial.org/pressroom/pressreleases/2893" to "", changed title from "OGC seeks public comment on Symbology Conceptual Core Model | OGC" to "Symbology Conceptual Core Model in the making?", changed description from "" to "Looks like the Open Geospatial Consortiuym (OGC) is in the process of early development of a Symbology Conceptual Core Model (SCCM). The consortium seeks public comment the development of SCCM which is an abstract, modular, and extensible model, with no encoding dependency, used for the portrayal of geographical data. It aims to offer a consistent approach to specifying data portrayal and symbology rules that can be applied to geospatial datasets as well as online geospatial data and mapping services. Existing OGC standards for styling and symbology can only be used with a few OGC standards (e.g. Web Map Service), so a more general and portable symbology model is required for use across the broad OGC standards baseline.", changed markeddown_description from "" to "<p>Looks like the Open Geospatial Consortiuym (OGC) is in the process of early development of a Symbology Conceptual Core Model (SCCM). The consortium seeks public comment the development of SCCM which is an abstract, modular, and extensible model, with no encoding dependency, used for the portrayal of geographical data. It aims to offer a consistent approach to specifying data portrayal and symbology rules that can be applied to geospatial datasets as well as online geospatial data and mapping services. Existing OGC standards for styling and symbology can only be used with a few OGC standards (e.g. Web Map Service), so a more general and portable symbology model is required for use across the broad OGC standards baseline.</p>\n", changed user_is_author from false to true
2018-10-25 08:59 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: Web
Action: Updating tag Web, changed id from '' to '10', changed tag from '' to 'Web', changed description from '' to ''
2018-10-25 08:01 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: Audio
Action: Updating tag Audio, changed id from '' to '9', changed tag from '' to 'Audio', changed description from '' to ''
2018-10-25 07:59 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: GIS
Action: Updating tag GIS, changed id from '' to '8', changed tag from '' to 'GIS', changed description from '' to ''
2018-10-25 07:59 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: Email
Action: Updating tag Emailing, changed id from '' to '7', changed tag from '' to 'Emailing', changed description from '' to ''
2018-10-25 07:56 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: Spreadsheet
Action: Updating tag Spreadsheet, changed id from '' to '6', changed tag from '' to 'Spreadsheet', changed description from '' to ''
2018-10-24 12:05 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: CAD
Action: Updating tag CAD, changed id from '' to '5', changed tag from '' to 'CAD', changed description from '' to 'AutoCAD'
2018-10-23 10:50 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: Programming
Action: Updating tag Programming, changed hotness_mod from '3.0' to '2.0'
2018-10-23 10:50 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: Programming
Action: Updating tag Programming, changed hotness_mod from '1.0' to '3.0'
2018-10-23 10:50 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: Programming
Action: Updating tag Programming, changed hotness_mod from '0.0' to '1.0'
2018-10-23 10:50 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: Programming
Action: Updating tag Programming, changed id from '' to '4', changed tag from '' to 'Programming', changed description from '' to ''
2018-10-22 12:20 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: FileFormat
Action: Updating tag FileFormat, changed id from '' to '3', changed tag from '' to 'FileFormat', changed description from '' to '', changed privileged from 'false' to 'true', changed hotness_mod from '0.0' to '5.0'
2018-10-22 12:19 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: test
Action: Updating tag test, changed description from '' to '', changed inactive from 'false' to 'true'
2018-10-22 07:13 -0500 kashif.iqbal Tag: Word Processing
Action: Updating tag Document, changed id from '' to '2', changed tag from '' to 'Document', changed description from '' to 'For listing of Document file formats', changed hotness_mod from '0.0' to '1.0'
2018-10-19 01:50 -0500 Tag: test
Action: Updating tag test, changed id from '' to '1', changed tag from '' to 'test'