Is there a collaboration tool where multiple contributors can comment but their comments are only visible to the owner of the doc?

I know, that this is currently not possible with Google Docs, but maybe there is another tool, that is able to provide this?

It can also be a tool that needs to be paid for.

In detail: I want to share a doc with several people, I want them to make comments in the same doc (so I don’t have to bring together several versions with their individual comments afterwards) but I do not want them to be able to see the comments made by others, meaning that they can only see their own comments and only me (as the owner of the doc) can see all comments.

usability – Should I notify the user that the thread owner deleted their post?

I have a website that works like a forum but not exactly. Here, users can create their content of threads while any user can add their posts to this thread. However, the thread creator has editorial and all action controls on the thread so that, (s)he can delete posts of other users. Also, the creator can open/close the thread at anytime.

The idea is, the creator of the thread is expected to put most of the posts in the thread but if (s)he wants and permits, others can contribute the thread too.

Now the question is, whenever a thread creator deletes single or multiple posts that added by other contributors of the thread, should we send a notification to the user who posted it that his post was deleted by the thread owner?

I know that comments should be deleted silently, but the posts sent by the user also showed on his/her profile and they make up the thread whereas comments are detached. Also any other suggestions would be appreciated.

sharepoint online – Is it possible to change the owner of a group using Rest API?

I am creating Sp groups and the Owner gets set to whoever runs the script. I am trying to set the owner to another group or user and it is not working. The SP.Group documentation says it should work as cited in this question
Changing the owner of a group via REST API
The user who asked this question didn’t add if it worked for him after all or not.

This is what I am trying:

        var url = tenant + "/_api/Web/SiteGroups/GetById('"+group.Id+"')/owner";
        var body = {
        var headers = { 
            "IF-MATCH": "*"

        var options = {

        return, SPHttpClient.configurations.v1,options)
        .then((response:SPHttpClientResponse) => { return response.json(); })
        .then((res:any) => {
            if(res && res.Id){
                return res as Person;
            } else {
                return null;

and I get the error:

code: "-1, Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.UnknownError"
message: "Unknown Error"

Is it possible to do it or not? Has anybody been successful trying this? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

Crypto Exchange Owner Admits Laundering $1.8M in Online Auctions Fraud – Cryptocurrencies Corner


The owner of a now-defunct Romanian crypto exchange called CoinFlux has pled guilty to laundering roughly $1.8 million in a fraudulent scheme involving fake eBay ads and a car wash.

Vlad-Calin Nistor and 14 other defendants, including the owner of a car wash, have all entered guilty pleas at the Eastern District Court of Kentucky for their involvement in a racketeering conspiracy and cyber fraud scheme that defrauded millions of dollars from U.S. residents by selling goods that didn’t actually exist.

Beginning in 2013, the defendants began posting fake advertisements on sites such as eBay and Craigslist for items such as cars. Often using stolen identities, the group would pretend to be U.S. military personnel who needed to sell their goods before beginning a tour of duty. They even set up a fake call center to assuage any concerns victims had about the advertisements.

After the victim had sent payment, the group would begin the process of transferring the money out of the U.S. and back to Romania. Most of the time, this was done by converting illicit funds into crypto, usually bitcoin, and transferring it to Nistor and his crypto platform CoinFlux, where it would then be exchanged into the local currency.

Source of article:

usability – Should I notify the user that thread owner deleted his post?

I have a website that works like a forum (but is not exactly a forum). People can create their own threads and other people can add their posts to the thread too. However the person who created the thread has all control on the thread and he/she can delete posts by other users. He/she can also make the thread open/close anytime. The idea is that the creator of the thread is expected to put most posts in the thread but if he wants others can add to the thread too.

Now the question is whenever a thread owner deletes single or multiple post by other user in his/her thread should we send a notification to the user who posted to the thread that his post was deleted by the thread owner.

I know that comments should be deleted silently but the posts by the user also show on his profile and posts make up the thread whereas comments are detached.
Also any other suggestion would be welcome.

database design – How to model the “legal owner” of real estate


I’m trying to figure out how to model the ownership of real estate properties, where each Property has a Legal Owner, and the Legal Owner may be one or more Persons, an Organization, or any combination of them.


  1. Should each Legal Owner be created as an Organization, even if the owner is just one person, and then assign the real-life Individuals and Organizations as Contacts?

  2. Would a Party Relationship Pattern be appropriate? This makes sense but it’s new to me:


Each Property has a Legal Owner, such as

  • John Smith (an individual)
  • John and Betty Smith (two or more individuals)
  • Jones Family Trust (an organization)
  • John and Betty Smith, and Robertson LLC (combination of individuals and organizations)

Each Legal Owner:

  • has a name, customer code, and tax id number.
  • can own more than one Property.
  • can have multiple Contacts (name, phone, address, email), like this:
Legal Owner                       Contacts
-----------------------------     ----------------
1. John Smith                     John Smith

2. John Smith and Betty Smith     John Smith
                                  Betty Smith

3. Jones Family Trust             Taylor Swift
                                  Mariah Carey

4. John Smith and Betty Smith     John Smith
   and Robertson LLC              Betty Smith
                                  Robertson LLC:
                                         Tim Clark
                                         Elon Musk
                                         Richard Branson


I’m using PHP, MySql, Laravel/Eloquent ORM.

It seems that the Legal Owner must be its own model/record in a table, but I want to make sure before I start implementing it. Any suggestions or guidance would be most appreciated!

Thank you

Interview: Q&A with MXroute Owner Jarland Donnell on Email Delivery, the Hosting Industry and a look back

A few weeks ago we talked to about the software industry and today, as we continue our Interview style Q/A sessions, we sit down with Jarland Donnell, owner of MXroute, and a big part of our community. For those who might not know, Jarland actually ran Low End Box and Low End Talk for a period of time a few years ago before becoming too busy on rapidly expanding MXroute. So let’s get started with the interview!

What can you tell us about yourself, how you got to where you are today, and your role at your company?

I started in this industry as just another clueless newbie. I was blessed to have been given a chance by a lot of people. Most of those people were from LowEndTalk.

I started a VPS provider, Catalyst Host, with Ryan Arp many years back. This experience led me to a job at HostGator as a system administrator, an incredible expansion of responsibility and learning. That experience led me to a career as a Platform Support Specialist, and ultimately to a Team Lead on the support team at DigitalOcean. In my last year at DigitalOcean, I worked as Social Engagement Manager, overseeing support via social media and public forums.

In late 2013, while still working at HostGator, I started MXroute because I saw how much trouble people were having just getting an email from point A to point B, and I thought I could solve that problem. Here we are in 2020, and I still own and operate MXroute, and I’m also the Support Manager for QuickPacket.

My career has been and remains to be the most fulfilling one that I could have imagined. I wake up every day, excited to sit at my desk and get to work.

What advice would you give to business owners today or those aspiring to become one?

If you’re kind, generous, and honest, most people will reward you for it. You have to work hard on top of it, but that hard work won’t get you very far if no one enjoys doing business with you.


What is the most significant characteristic that makes your company unique in today’s evolving market landscape?

The most unique is how we deliver email and take IP reputation off the table. We try again and again, from different IP ranges, until we’re confident a recipient just isn’t going to accept an email. We have a cool outline of it here:


What do you enjoy most about your role? What do you find most difficult?

The most enjoyable part of my role is server administration. I love parsing logs to find the weak points of the infrastructure and then crafting solutions to solve those problems. It sounds boring, but someone has to love it. The most challenging part is when I don’t have an answer. We’re still a small business, and we don’t employ a development team. There are sometimes hurdles that we’re just not ready to get over, and that can be frustrating.


Both personally and professionally, what guiding principles ground you?

Be fair, generous, and honest. Most people don’t mind if you mess up. Mistakes are not limited to companies of a specific size. What people want to know is that when you do make a mistake, you’ll be fair and generous in making up for it.


Tell me about some of the new and exciting things you are working on at your company?

Most of it isn’t too exciting for end-users, but it’s the foundation. We’re working on better internal documentation and consistency for rolling out servers, and continually reviewing the reasons that emails fail to be received to find out how the entire stack can be better tomorrow than it was today. It doesn’t make for great conversation, but it’s the work people expect when they give you money to take care of the problem.


Why should customers trust you and your business?

When you’re hiring someone to do a job, you want someone passionate and motivated to do the best job that they can do. That’s what I’m asking people to do, hire me to handle your email. I genuinely don’t think you can find anyone as passionate about it.


In the past you were the one running Low End Talk and Low End Box. What do you think of the recent changes to the community and do you have any advice?

I think my opinions on the subject are unpopular with some of the older members, and while I respect it, my views remain the same. You, Jon, are in a new position to dedicate more human resources (mainly yourself) to the community than you have been able to in the past. It hasn’t had that kind of dedication in a long time, not even remotely excluding my time on it as I worked at DigitalOcean, MXroute, and LEB/T at the time. With your work ethic and time to give toward it, LEB/T will grow exponentially.

My advice is to work hard to make it accommodating to new users. The biggest threat to LEB/T has always been that we old-timers slowly get bored and disappear, and we’re not very trusting of newcomers. That creates an environment with an expiration date.


Final thoughts and anything you would like to add?

In my eyes, the community at LEB/T directly propped up my success in my career by giving me the chance to learn how to serve them well. I’ll always be incredibly thankful for that, and do my best to give back to the community in any way that I can, whether that means a quality service provided or a hot meal if you’re ever in East Texas.


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Jon Biloh

I’m Jon Biloh and I own LowEndBox and LowEndTalk. I’ve spent my nearly 20 year career in IT building companies and now I’m excited to focus on building and enhancing the community at LowEndBox and LowEndTalk.

I want to know this sneak of the router from the owner of this sneak. I have a place, a delete, and a router protection.?

التسلل -> SRC = DST = LEN = 40 TOS = 0x08 PREC = 0x40 TTL = 239 ID = 42323 PROTO = TCP SPT = 48383 DPT = 13624 WINDOW

push back from product owner keep asking about timeline

It’s really tiring and annoying when every task required me to give a estimates time to complete. It’s asked by my manager. I can do it fast and slow, depends on the quality. This bad demand just got me mad and just install bunch of 3rd party libraries to get the job done.

How can I stop someone’s else behaviour?

Difference between originator of transaction and owner of the source fund

Here is an excerpt from Andreas Antonopoulos, Mastering Bitcoin, Chapter 5 (Transaction), sub chapter(Creating Transactions):

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My question is what’s the difference between the originator of transaction and owner of the source fund?
Who actually signed the transaction? For example, if Alice pay to Bob 0.1BTC, is that transaction signed by Alice?