Coursera courses "login page" ready. Example from Model-Thinking's welcome page, from PGM is the same and also from NLP, CS101, SAAS, HCI, ML, Game Theory, Cryptography, Design and Analysis of Algorithms, Computer Security, Information Theory, Anatomy and Making Green Buildings

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@jimgb: I'd say this post is a little bit confusing for people. The login page was reachable for some days now, but since there are no accounts yet, it's not really 'ready'.
(15 Feb '12, 09:05)
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You are right @rhasarub, I didn't realize that when opening it, hope now is less "ambiguous"
(15 Feb '12, 11:32)

 1 Login does not work. I am a bit disappointed I must admit. I am waiting since weeks that the courses start :/ The worst part is that there are no good information about whats going on. answered 15 Feb '12, 08:49 xe3tec 305●9
 0 Here is something "interesting": in Cryptography there are 2 welcome pages: one from stanford.campus-class.org and the other from www.coursera.org they are not exactly the same ... well, now that I check, it seems that all of them have the 2 possibilities. But the credits must go to @rialmat, he brought the issue (maybe unknowingly) on the post from January the 22th answered 14 Feb '12, 15:07 jimgb ♦ 5.6k●8●53 1 I guess in the end all class will be hosted on campus-class.org and the ...-class.org domains will just redirect there. Otherwise they would have to register a domain for each new class, which would get ugly, soon, especially if you have people snatching away similar domains and you have subdomains like jan2012.ml-class.org for classes starting not earlier than february. (15 Feb '12, 08:52) rhasarub
 0 How do one creates Coursera account? answered 14 Feb '12, 19:58 oleop 1.0k●1●12 This doesn't seem to be possible, yet. I don't think they made the login link public intentionally, I guess it was just in the page layout already, and they didn't bother to hide it when they unveiled their 'work in progress' by announcing the model thinkers preview. (15 Feb '12, 08:42) rhasarub
 0 When I go to the site I get : "Sorry, you took too long to login/register. Please try again." Not sure what to make of this. answered 15 Feb '12, 06:54 EdK ♦ 3.3k●5●11●34 He posted the link with his session id included. If you want to see the page, you can click 'login' on this page. But really, there's nothing there yet. (15 Feb '12, 08:54) rhasarub
 0 They just should have send an mail with something like "Ok guys we need another month, we start in march, maybe earlier"...better than postponing it every week answered 15 Feb '12, 10:08 xe3tec 305●9 3 Erm...that's basically what they did. "But since we don't have a firm timeline right now, we'd rather leave this open and get back to you with a definitive date soon (rather than just promise you a date that's far enough in the future that we can feel confident about it). We'll let you know a firm date as soon as we possibly can " 21st January (15 Feb '12, 10:21) jholyhead 1 @jholyhead, "soon" is over now. It's been four weeks (for an eight week course). (15 Feb '12, 21:39) Anne Paulson "soon" is subjective. They were quite clear in that email that they were uncertain about how long it would take to resolve the issues they were having. (16 Feb '12, 03:13) jholyhead they did NOT what I meant...they dident give any date, thats even worse...and if it would be April, at least there would be a date and if they finish earlier it would have been nice (16 Feb '12, 03:27) xe3tec 1 They explained in that email that in order to be 100% sure of making a specified date, it would be a long time in the future. I'd sooner be in the dark and end up with a start in March/April than be given a firm date of September. (16 Feb '12, 03:35) jholyhead Seems that they miscalculated some stuff. As it seems by the updates work is happening and the courses will be up. With such an endeavor there should be expected some kind of delay. I'm just impatiently waiting for the courses to start. At the moment seems like udacity's idea to split up completely from stanford was the best one but the long run will tell which is the best way to go. (16 Feb '12, 07:11) ermalguni I'd reather have a firm data in April I could make plans around than not be able to make plans at all. As things stand not I do not think I'll be able to take the classes at all, bucause I cannot clear time unless I know what time to clear. (16 Feb '12, 07:22) EdK ♦ I agree with you totally @EdK, I had made plans myself. This time for me is perfect because my exams are finished and I am almost free till april when the summer term will start, but as it turns out I will have to take some of the online courses alongside my normal ones. That is a real pity but alas not in my hand. I will use this time to do some repetition study in order to be more prepared. (16 Feb '12, 07:27) ermalguni 1 I'm reading the books and watching the preview lecture, and other online lectures and learning the material on my own, without the classes. (16 Feb '12, 07:33) EdK ♦
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