I posted about a "not published" hub getting a comment and, just to be on the safe side, I was going through and publishing, then unpublishing my "not published" hubs in case they were being affected by some sort of bug.
Anyway, my "not published" hub did not get a comment; its doppelganger did!
I don't know how long it has been out there but I discovered that this hub now exists -
This hub also still exists -
Should I just delete one or is it worth a bug report? The duplication could have happened at any time.
Hey Kylssa, sorry about that! There were a handful of anomalies like this one that occurred during the import process. You can safely delete whichever copy you want!
That is strange. Did you move it manually and have one moved automatically from Squidoo? Maybe a timing issue, perhaps?
I let my account transfer automatically as i didn't want to mess anything up. For all I know, the duplicate has been there for months. The hubs at the bottom of my stats page seldom get looked at other than in a brief scan of their titles to see if I feel like working on them. But since I've no shortage of hubs I need to work on above the second fold, I very seldom even do that.
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