Correction... script sources are intact but not matched with DB meta... Those who updated in the last 21ish days should nab their source immediately.
I'm not completely clear on what the action item is at this point. I viewed the source and clicked Submit and now the script information page has the contents of the header. The rest of it needed a minor edit to catch up the change log. I can repeat if needed, but do I really need to download the source for possible future uploading?
If there is no script homepage, e.g. new scripts within the last 21ish days the direct install url should be nabbed for those that said they didn't have backups... this may even work for users that aren't here right now from the restore.
If there is a script homepage the source is still from S3 which should be up-to-date... but MongoDB info from the documents may be out of date... if you look at oujs - Meta View it says that it's
126.96.36.199rc6... but if you install it... it pulls my last webhook of
188.8.131.52. If the source is on GH you can just resend the webhook in their settings and that should resync it I think.
I viewed the source and clicked Submit and now the script information page has the contents of the header.
That works too.
loss of accounts was not mentioned.
Yes it was and even here on production too. You created your account on August 14th, 2015 You are back and you will need to restore what you wanted here. Goo's cache is here :)
my uploaded scripts are also gone.
I only see one in the cache named
Hugelol keyboard navigator but that depends on the cache period visitation.
And here is the source (from Aug 23, 2015) for that script e.g. just a metadata block pulling from your GH io page.
just wondering if peoples' installs are broken because the script was remade.
@name is still the same (casing, whitespace and characters) it should be fine. OUJS doesn't have the same issue that numeric indexed sites have. We use your modified
username/scriptname instead of treating you or your scripts as a number. :) Only issue may be in the .user.js engines with using full source for update checks but that is negligible.
So @sizzle restored his last backup... which is August 10th, 2015
All comments/disucssions/users/scripts/etc. from then until now are lost. I apologize profusely. I'll work on redoing existing commits including the DB migration ASAP.
More details are at #729