What recourse do I have if I believe a moderator has abused his/her privileges?
How are moderator election votes counted, in plain English?
I want to know how moderator make decision on just flagging. There might be some misunderstanding or moderator may took dec...
yea the problem is that I can't constantly bug the mods, I'd be bugging them every day, that way I can pre-filter a bit. Looks like it works as I have users in the room that really contribute to a good working climate :)
@ManjotSingh Looks like being suspended on two of three chat sites was not enough. You are creating nothing but problems. Give me one more -- even tiny -- reason to believe that your behaviour on chat.Meta is no better, and third time's the charm.
Manjot Singh is a teenage Indian engineer.
Manjot Singh was born in a Sikh family. His father is a doctor and his mother work government job.
Manjot’s father got to know that Paramjot Singh and his team were in Delhi scouting for actors and asked his son if he wanted to try it out. They went to Arvinder for an audition though Manjot had never acted before, even in school plays. After the audition
the casting director of Dibakar Banerjee’s Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! rejected Manjot Singh for the role of the boy who grows up to be master thief Lucky. However Dibakar Banerjee...
@ManjotSingh Looks like being suspended on two of three chat sites was not enough. You are creating nothing but problems. Give me one more -- even tiny -- reason to believe that your behaviour on chat.Meta is no better, and third time's the charm. This is not an invitation for discussion.
Given a circle (for simplicity, $x^2 + y^2 = 1$) and a chord on this circle parallel to the $x$ axis $y = p - 0.5$ ($p \in [0,1]$ being the only parameter I control), how can I estimate the relationship between $p$ and the ratio between the circular segment determined by the circle and the chord ...
@TimStone @badp the reason is (consider carefully!) that in math, paren is an operator, not an input. So y'(x) means y prime times x whereas using a bracket means the thing inside here also, it's based on the language of mathematica (iirc) which all the mathgeeks know, and which is a 4GL