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Manas Mahanand
@ManasMahanand
The connection to http://localhost:8000/__webpack_hmr was interrupted while the page was loading.
It says socket.io was disconnected as well
Shaun Hamilton
@Sky020

@ManasMahanand Port 3000 does not take you anywhere useful, and is not needed (for the most part), when contributing. You should already be logged in. This is detailed here: https://contribute.freecodecamp.org/#/how-to-setup-freecodecamp-locally?id=sign-in-with-a-local-user

In general, to get to your profile/settings, you need to do so from /learn not the homepage.

I frequently get the webpack error, when developing from GitPod, and have never seen it affect anything. However, I would imagine the socketio error to be indicative of an issue.

Manas Mahanand
@ManasMahanand
@Sky020 I am am loging in from localhost:8000/learn and it takes me to this page itself
Shaun Hamilton
@Sky020
Once on /learn you should see a button to go to your settings and/or profile. Once there, you should see you are logged in as Developmentuser.
Manas Mahanand
@ManasMahanand
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Shaun Hamilton
@Sky020
Sorry, you need to go to the curriculum.
Can you see connections alive in the DB?
Manas Mahanand
@ManasMahanand
This is the curriculum pagea
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Wait, it doesn't look like the db is connected. Let me try running server and client separately as you suggested and try again
Manas Mahanand
@ManasMahanand
How long does it usually take until the server eventually connects to db?
Shaun Hamilton
@Sky020
The server is almost always less than 1 minutes on my end.
Manas Mahanand
@ManasMahanand
Hmmm, then it is not connecting for me...
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This is what it shows where I ran mongodb:
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Manas Mahanand
@ManasMahanand
Have you seen this type of problem before, or is it the first time you are seeing this?
I have never seen this problem before in my previous projects, although I have always used atlas and have never really installed it offline
Manas Mahanand
@ManasMahanand
ok, db is connected now. I somehow missed a step (running npm run seed) when I reinstalled the project when I was having other problems earlier. Thanks for your time and help!
Shaun Hamilton
@Sky020
Ah, well glad you got it working.
Manish Giri
@Manish-Giri
Are there any plans to add to the "Algorithms" section of the Coding Interview Prep, or in the new curriculum?
I feel like the Algorithms section should include a few of the more "advanced" topics, like Dynamic Programming, Backtracking, Greedy, Divide & Conquer, etc.
Oliver Eyton-Williams
@ojeytonwilliams
I don't know of any plans to add them in the new curriculum (not in the immediate future), but it should be possible to add to the Coding Interview Prep. It would be worth checking with @RandellDawson first, though.
Randell Dawson
@RandellDawson
@Manish-Giri The plan is to keep the Coding Interview Prep section, so additional challenges for the topics you mention are definitely welcome.
Anil Kumar Khichar
@anilkhichar
Hello Campers, I just joined FCC and wanted to start my contribution but the local setup is giving me an error:

```Client workers ready.

@freecodecamp/client@1.0.0 develop /Users/anil/projects/personal/freeCodeCamp/client
gatsby develop --inspect=9230

sh: gatsby: command not found
npm ERR! code ELIFECYCLE
npm ERR! syscall spawn
npm ERR! file sh
npm ERR! errno ENOENT
npm ERR! @freecodecamp/client@1.0.0 develop: gatsby develop --inspect=9230
npm ERR! spawn ENOENT
npm ERR!
npm ERR! Failed at the @freecodecamp/client@1.0.0 develop script.
npm ERR! This is probably not a problem with npm. There is likely additional logging output above.
```

gatsby: command not found - I can fix it by npm install --global gatsby-cli But shouldn't be automatically installed with npm ci
Manas Mahanand
@ManasMahanand
Hi, i was having similar issues earlier. Where there any other app (text editor or ide) that was running while you executed npm ci? Or did you use any integrated terminal in an ide or text editor while running the command?
@anilkhichar
Anil Kumar Khichar
@anilkhichar
I have tried both the macos terminal & integrated terminal from visual studio code.
Shaun Hamilton
@Sky020
Hey @anilkhichar , Can/Did you see any errors during the npm ci step?
Anil Kumar Khichar
@anilkhichar
Nah...It went smooth with couple of acrually many warning msg.
Manas Mahanand
@ManasMahanand
@anilkhichar close any instance that has opened the folder in which you have cloned the repo. And try running the command with macos terminal itself. This worked for me when I was having a similar issue
Temidire Abobare
@temidireabobare
Hi everyone, my name is Temidire Abobare from Nigeria. I just joined the freecodecamp communityand wanted to start my journey as a software developer
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God'spower Alo
@HimOnly
Hi guys! I am new here! Is this the chat room for Hacktoberfest!
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Cat Boxer
@catboxer
Hello, I am new here and wanting to get my feet wet learning how to program. Does anyone know the API used to pull in the quotes on the front page? I love those inspirational quotes! <3
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dipayanDebTheCoder
@dipayanDebTheCoder
Hello guys , I am new here . This is my first time trying to contributing to open source. Before I start working on a bug , I was trying to understand the codebase. I understand that the client is made using gastby.js. But what node.js frame work is being used to integrate the whole thing ? like express.js etc ?
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pahbloo
@pahbloo

Hello, y'all!!! I'm in love with freeCodeCamp, and I'm eager to have freeCodeCamp.org in Brazilian Portuguese. So I'm starting by helping to translate de contribute.freeCodeCamp.org documentation on translate.freecodecamp.org.

Então, algumx brasileirx aqui para trabalharmos juntos?

Oussama Bouchareb
@oussamabouchareb
I didn't know there was a portal dedicated for translators, I always thought translations were pushed through github directly
Oliver Eyton-Williams
@ojeytonwilliams
@oussamabouchareb that was the approach for a long time, but we're in the process of moving to an indirect process. We'll use Crowdin as a platform to work on the translations and create PRs through it.
Srinivas
@Sriniva63328880_twitter
Hi
Ajmal13579
@Ajmal13579
Hi everyone , im new to this can anyone please help me with this , or how to use this program
Shaun Hamilton
@Sky020
@Ajmal13579 Hey there, what are you looking for help with?
Eduardo Vedes
@evedes
Hey everyone :wave: Been a bit away from freeCodeCamp during this year. Yesterday got back to my freeCodeCamp news account to check my past blog posts and I can’t see any. They’re available to the public and also listed in google analytics. The only shenanigan is that I can’t see them in my personal news account. The last one was from May 2019. Who can help me with this?
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Ajmal13579
@Ajmal13579
@Sky020 i want to know about programing
@Ajmal13579 and how to use this site properly
Shaun Hamilton
@Sky020
@Ajmal13579 Well, this room is used to discuss things related to contributing to freeCodeCamp. You can find more information at: https://contribute.freecodecamp.org
For programming help, I recommend you join us on the https://forum.freecodecamp.org