Speaking of registered users, here are the top ten syntaxes that registered users choose for "Default syntax":
XML + PHP
As of today, the site has 600 registered users. Thanks to all for choosing dpaste!
Our domain registrar seems to be having intermittent DNS problems today. Apologies to anyone who has found the site unreachable as a result.
The site is now running on Django 3. No user-facing changes, just staying current. Enjoy!
Reminder: There will be approximately 20 minutes of server downtime starting at 7:00AM UTC, It is currently 1:50AM UTC.
Advance notice of scheduled downtime: A scheduled server upgrade will cause dpaste.com to be unavailable for approximately 20 minutes starting Thursday 2021-03-11 at 07:00 AM UTC.
These countries currently have active dpaste users, _and_ have zero entries on the TOS-violators blocklist. Thanks, good guys!
Benin, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cameroon, Cayman Islands, Cuba, Egypt, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guatemala, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Mauritius, Montenegro, Puerto Rico, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, Syria, Tajikistan, Togo, Uganda, Uzbekistan, and Zimbabwe!
The style-preference feature is now live. See the choices in the style gallery: https://dpaste.com/styles
(Feel free to bookmark that as a general purpose Pygments style reference; good ones are not easy to find.)
Soon, registered users will be able to change the color theme for all pastes they look at.
Feature update: There's now a single interface for changing syntax, expiry, or title of existing items. Get to it via the new "Edit Properties" button.
New feature: Markdown and reStructuredText items (posted by registered users) have a "Preview" button to show them in rendered HTML form. E.g. https://dpaste.com/2SMEV9JDB.html
Counts for the top ten #Django errors shared from the debug view to dpaste.com, 2021-02-02 to 2021-02-12:
Today the site hit 500 registered users! To celebrate, here's a soft-launched present for all registered users: any Markdown or reStructuredText items you post can be rendered as HTML by adding ".html" to the URL.
A few more options for you to weigh in on.