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Show discription and/or comment of a job.

Posted: Sat Feb 14, 2015 12:08 pm
by skypup
Hello,

When I look at the list of finished jobs i see a lot of RADEC jobs.
Only the Ra and dec. position is listed in the object name.

Would it be an idea to also show the user comment and/or the object name given by the user.

This way we can see what observations other users are making.

One of my jobs was # id=252752
http://www.telescope.org/v4request-view.php?jid=252752

The completed job list only mentions the Ra and dec of the object
Object ID 14:04:54.00 +17:16:05.00

It would be nice to see other detail of the job description.
So other users can see that I was observing dwarf planet (136108) Haumea.

My description was
Request ID R552405
Job ID J252752
Object Type RADEC
Object ID 14:04:54.00 +17:16:05.00
Object Name (136108) Haumea
Exposure Time 120000 ms
Filter Type None
Dark Frame Instant
Site Name Tenerife
Telescope Type Name Galaxy
Telescope Name Galaxy Camera
Request Time 17:44 on Friday 23 January 2015 (17:44:34 UTC)
Completion Time 06:31 on Friday 6 February 2015 (06:31:45 UTC)
Comments (136108) Haumea
Status Complete

Re: Show discription and/or comment of a job.

Posted: Sun Feb 15, 2015 8:15 pm
by Ed
The main reason we don't have this already is that we would then have to moderate peoples comments/names for bad language etc. I'm sure most people who use the site wouldn't dream of abusing it, however you can guarantee there will be one, and we do use the telescope is workshops in schools...

There are also potential security issues associated with letting people set text for public display.

Maybe there is a compromise where we only show the description for non-school users. It's something worth us thinking about.

Re: Show discription and/or comment of a job.

Posted: Fri Jul 10, 2015 8:11 pm
by mikaselm
Maybe a sticky forum thread could be started for stuff like this. "Observations of Unnamed Objects" or similar, and everyone can add their job numbers to it? It would make the list searchable as well.

Just a thought :)

Mika