Showing socially shared content to users who are not logged in

Almost all the content on my webapp/site is visible only after the viewer has logged in. But, when a user shares a piece of content with someone (who may or may not be a user of the app), that someone receives a link, and expects that clicking on the link will show them the content.

So I need to balance two needs – 1) the assumption (please confirm if this is valid) that directly showing content on clicking a shared link is better UX and 2) the app itself needs to be behind a login/sign-up wall.

What are some good approaches to go about this?

I should also note that for people who aren’t yet users, the signup process is extremely simple and almost the same as logging in: there are 3 fields – name, email, password, fill them up, touch the button and you are directly signed up and logged in. So no confirmation links, etc.

Showing socially shared content to users who are not logged in

Almost all the content on my webapp/site is visible only after the viewer has logged in. But, when a user shares a piece of content with someone (who may or may not be a user of the app), that someone receives a link, and expects that clicking on the link will show them the content.

So I need to balance two needs – 1) the assumption (please confirm if this is valid) that directly showing content on clicking a shared link is better UX and 2) the app itself needs to be behind a login/sign-up wall.

What are some good approaches to go about this?

I should also note that for people who aren’t yet users, the signup process is extremely simple and almost the same as logging in: there are 3 fields – name, email, password, fill them up, touch the button and you are directly signed up and logged in. So no confirmation links, etc.

sharepoint flow condition runs showing False always

I have a sharepoint list with a list with “Leave type” as one of the columns which is a choice field. I have another column as “Days requested” i created a flow that needs approval redirected to another person if Leave type is Annual Leave and it is more than 10 days Combination of IF and AND condition. i discovered it is running as “Inputs expression is False and goes to where false expression should go even if the condition is true. I have tried several times and the problem keeps showing up. thus directing my flow to the email meant for false expression

sharepoint flow condition runs showing False always

I have a sharepoint list with a list with “Leave type” as one of the columns which is a choice field. I have another column as “Days requested” i created a flow that needs approval redirected to another person if Leave type is Annual Leave and it is more than 10 days Combination of IF and AND condition. i discovered it is running as “Inputs expression is False and goes to where false expression should go even if the condition is true. I have tried several times and the problem keeps showing up. thus directing my flow to the email meant for false expression

sharepoint flow condition runs showing False always

I have a sharepoint list with a list with “Leave type” as one of the columns which is a choice field. I have another column as “Days requested” i created a flow that needs approval redirected to another person if Leave type is Annual Leave and it is more than 10 days Combination of IF and AND condition. i discovered it is running as “Inputs expression is False and goes to where false expression should go even if the condition is true. I have tried several times and the problem keeps showing up. thus directing my flow to the email meant for false expression

Why is Debian not showing the GPG signatures on keys that Arch Linux is?

I downloaded a Qubes OS ISO and I’m trying to verify its legitimacy using this guide. GPG was behaving weirdly, so I created a separate user with a separate keyring to reproduce the issue.

When I try to verify the key on my Debian system, the signature on the release signing key is not there:

$   gpg --fetch-keys https://keys.qubes-os.org/keys/qubes-master-signing-key.asc gpg: directory '/home/test/.gnupg' created gpg: keybox '/home/test/.gnupg/pubring.kbx' created gpg: requesting key from 'https://keys.qubes-os.org/keys/qubes-master-signing-key.asc' gpg: /home/test/.gnupg/trustdb.gpg: trustdb created gpg: key DDFA1A3E36879494: public key "Qubes Master Signing Key" imported gpg: Total number processed: 1 gpg:               imported: 1 $   gpg --fetch-keys https://keys.qubes-os.org/keys/qubes-release-4-signing-key.asc gpg: requesting key from 'https://keys.qubes-os.org/keys/qubes-release-4-signing-key.asc' gpg: key 1848792F9E2795E9: public key "Qubes OS Release 4 Signing Key" imported gpg: Total number processed: 1 gpg:               imported: 1 $   gpg --list-sigs "Qubes OS" pub   rsa4096 2017-03-06 [SC]       5817A43B283DE5A9181A522E1848792F9E2795E9 uid           [ unknown] Qubes OS Release 4 Signing Key sig 3        1848792F9E2795E9 2017-03-06  Qubes OS Release 4 Signing Key $   

I expected another line with a signature from the master key, such as

sig          DDFA1A3E36879494 2017-03-08  Qubes Master Signing Key 

Surprised, I decided to check on another system. This one is running Arch Linux. I trust it less than the Debian system. Perplexingly, the signature does show up — the output is just as above, but with the added signature line.

The GPG version is 2.2.17 on both machines.

What could be causing this discrepancy?

Why my SSD is showing on Windows but nut on Ubuntu?

I’ve a laptop with a 1TB Hard Drive and a 256GB SSD. I’ve Windows 10 on the SSD and Ubuntu on the Hard Drive. Windows is able to see the entire SSD but only one partition of the Hard Disk, the most important one 🙂 But Ubuntu isn’t able the SSD at all! However, it sees the entire Hard Drive.

It is really messy but I’d like that Ubuntu could see the SSD, but I don’t care of Windows not seeing all partitions.