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If I try to add experience to the Apps & Software section of my Careers 2.0 profile, it is not added there. Instead, it gets added to the Open source section. The project was closed-source.

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Can you walk us through the steps you took? – Matt Sherman Feb 14 '13 at 18:31
Same problem! I am at 'My profile' > (scroll down to Apps & Software) > click 'add an application...' > opens link in top says 'Add Project' > add url > click get project > goes back with an open source project added instead of Apps & Software – madlymad Feb 16 '13 at 13:22
I'm having this problem also. It ends up showing in the Open Source section with a "0" under the app title, and clicking the app title doesn't do anything. – Jonathan Tran Feb 18 '13 at 14:50

This was indeed a problem. It’s resolved now, though the projects added over the last few days will have this problem.

I didn’t want to take the liberty of changing them, since (due to the bug) I can’t know whether open source was intended or not.

Deleting them and re-adding them will put them in the right place, but is tedious of course. You can email me personally ( if you’d like to direct me to your projects and have me fix them.

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It goes into the Apps & Software section now, but clicking the title still does nothing and it still shows "0" underneath the title. I tried doing a shift+reload to clear my browser cache before re-adding it, so I don't think it's a browser cache thing. – Jonathan Tran Feb 18 '13 at 21:01
Confirmed, and apologies. One more time? – Matt Sherman Feb 19 '13 at 15:47
Perfect! Removing it and re-adding it fixed everything. – Jonathan Tran Feb 19 '13 at 16:00

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