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Member Since: October 4, 2010

Country: Australia

  • A simple fix to all this would be for Sparkfun's web server to save the gravatar as the page loads and display the saved image. This would be better than adding a link to the gravatar website for the pic - Only downside is the extra bandwidth used to retrieve the gravatar for the Sparkfun server.
    Sparkfun could even cache the gravatar image for someone, thus only displaying the cached image.
    Another issue I would be worried about is some hacker getting my password from some 'loose security' website. Then being able to go to all other sites I visit (known by my gravatar) to do what ever - My fault for not having a different password for each website - I blame my short memory.

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