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12:20 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by bad_coder
@KevinB actually they are buttons that take you to a relevant listing. — bad_coder 15 secs ago
 
1:08 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Slate
Even still, I can assure you that while I'm not involved in the decision itself, I've seen folks thinking very carefully through the original rationale and current feedback. So feedback - elsewhere - is being read and reviewed. — Slate ♦ 36 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Slate
Honestly I'm a bit surprised to read this. While I'm of course not going to argue this was handled flawlessly (nothing ever is), it's completely normal and even desirable for CMs to say "further feedback in this place at this time is not helpful." And... yeah, "unexpected" is frankly a reasonable descriptor. The post was featured for 30 days network-wide and the consensus broke towards option #3; the community's preference was implemented. — Slate ♦ 39 secs ago
 
 
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3:00 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Kevin B
This form of content will be edited out of your posts. — Kevin B 17 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Journeyman Geek
It won't be the staff doing it, it'd be the community. Also, how do you think this will even work? I am not sure adding prompts to poison training material even work? — Journeyman Geek 21 secs ago
 
 
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5:22 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by MT1
I always find it interesting that the timings here are expressed in minutes when the sites are dealing with a global audience in many different time zones. 24 hours is a minimum notice period. If there are some users that are on the site all day long what day is that? West coast USA? East coast? Europe? India? Australia? — MT1 41 secs ago
 
5:39 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by EvgenKo423
@RonC This is a good point, you should probably write it clearly in your answer (and mark it as [feature-request] maybe?). Yes, these leagues are for the current period, not a rolling ones. And I think they always worked this way, this just become more noticeable now. And you're right about the rep from different sites: the leagues are per-site. — EvgenKo423 59 secs ago
 
5:55 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Journeyman Geek
The actual change also happened much after the feedback period, and caught quite a few people, myself included by surprise. And generally the process included suggesting an alternate place to comment first. It was also networkwide all at once. While there's mitigating factors as far as staff goes, a long term/time project generally means people are updating periodically, not rolling it out with zero warning, not even a meta post. — Journeyman Geek 21 secs ago
 
6:05 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by milahu
philosophy is equally generic, but more intellectual than practical — milahu 52 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by milahu
philosophy and academia are equally generic — milahu 39 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Resistance Is Futile
It would be fine if the change was announced a day or two before rollout, or even just before the change. There are many people who will go searching the Meta when some change happens and will not be aware of it before. Having fresh post helps in such cases as it is easier to find (and being featured also helps) and bugs and how well change works can only be seen after the rollout, so announcing it two weeks before would be too early. — Resistance Is Futile 8 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by milahu
academia and philosophy and psychology are equally generic as sociology — milahu 43 secs ago
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[ Boson light ] New comment posted by milahu
it was deleted. — milahu 39 secs ago
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[ Boson light ] New comment posted by EvgenKo423
At least one of the reasons for that ^ is "User was removed". — EvgenKo423 43 secs ago
 
6:49 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Shadow Wizard Love Zelda
hmm I can't help wonder... did you copy the name from VonC? ;) — Shadow Wizard Love Zelda 34 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Catija
@Slate I think I mentioned most of what you're saying in the post but I also think you're not really responding to or considering the key points. I have bent over backwards to give credit where things went well and explicitly said that the lack of community feedback after the February update was likely why staff didn't expected to hear an outcry. But I also explain why that is not the sort of assumption that should be made, particularly when shipping a change six months after the original discussion. That said, my focus is on the locking of the post and why that impacts community sentiment. — Catija 1 min ago
 
7:07 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Catija
The company is not required to seek out feedback at all times. If the company believes that no feedback is necessary and is, in fact unwelcome, that's... a choice - but it shouldn't prevent you from announcing the changes because you recognize that they are highly visible and users may want to understand the context. Regardless of whether you are open to feedback or not, though, it will be given. You don't have to read it, respond to it, or act on it but actively preventing it sends a clear signal. Why is that an appropriate response, considering the points in my question? — Catija 38 secs ago
 
7:38 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by wimi
@SPArcheon in this particular case (tag update) there are no "bad actors". That there was no final post saying "hey, we have just finished implementing this thing that the community voted on 7 months ago" does not hurt anyone and cannot in any way be interpreted as "bad" or "evil". But the Meta.SE community anyway had to create drama and throw accusations ("making the eyes of millions bleed", "complete lack of communication", etc.). The developers really do not deserve this community. — wimi 51 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by wimi
@SPArcheon and yes, saying "this makes the eyes of millions bleed" will hurt the person who developed it, no matter how many times you qualify it with "this goes for the company and not for you". — wimi 28 secs ago
 
7:56 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by rene
@WillO fair enough. I've added some extra guidance with pointers and an example to get you started. — rene 54 secs ago
 
8:29 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by SPArcheon
@wimi. Weird. You say that there was no "bad actor", yet a second later you accuse the whole community to be "ready to create drama and throw accusation". Looks like those are your "bad actors" there, right? Also... please... leave the "whole category" shaming to gaming sites with an agenda to portrait every gamer as a deranged monster, no need to generalize here. — SPArcheon 8 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by SPArcheon
@wimi If you look at [meta.stackexchange.com/questions/400086] there are some rude deleted replies. Some of these had VERY rude comments that the mod removed so not even 20k users can see them anymore (it is a pity that those comment are still logged on chat since there is a room that contains every comment posted...). I suggest you direct your anger for "this makes the eyes of millions bleed" to those who said those words (remember when I said "suspend the few real bad actors" that you claim not exist?) — SPArcheon 30 secs ago
 
8:50 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Dominique
So, if I may summarise the comments: - generally healthy people: "I don't like it." - people with bad eyesight: "I need it." I would say: if this helps disabled people, just do it (and the generally healthy people just have to deal wih it). — Dominique 56 secs ago
 
9:31 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by F1Krazy
Are you asking for OverflowAI to be made available to individual users (i.e. a feature-request), or are you asking why it isn't planned to be available to individual users (which would be a discussion)? Those are two very different questions. — F1Krazy 58 secs ago
 
9:51 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Dan Mašek
@Dominique My sight sucks, and it really doesn't help with anything (I don't need a sea of attention grabbing little rectangles, with the useful content hiding in-between). — Dan Mašek 47 secs ago
 
10:05 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by owukaw
не приходит сообщение от бота InlineKeyboardButton — owukaw 50 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by rene
Hi owukaw, welcome to the Stack Exchange Network Meta site! I'm not sure which search brought you here but the problem you describe will not be answered on this specific site. To get an expert's answer for the topic of your question you'll have to find and then re-post on the proper site. Check How do I ask a good question and What is on topic on the target site to make sure your post is in good shape. Your question is definitely off-topic on Meta and is better deleted here. — rene 13 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by F1Krazy
Are you question-banned on Russia Stack Overflow? If so, please don't post your programming questions here instead, as they're off-topic and will not be answered. — F1Krazy 55 secs ago
 
10:40 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Dan Mašek
@MT1 Huh? The only thing I've expressed in minutes was how long I walked away for. Not sure what other unit would have been appropriate, given that my bathroom lies in the same timezone.As for my first comment, I'd have hoped that the emphasized "before" made it sufficiently clear what message that first sentence is trying to convey. You can't built an argument on single word ripped out of context. — Dan Mašek 58 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Tanatarca
Trust thermocline + platform enshittification at its best — Tanatarca 8 secs ago
 
11:01 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Dan Mašek
Basically "Define a release process and stick to it." Like many other issues we keep running into over and over, this seems like rather low-hanging fruit to fix. — Dan Mašek 19 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Journeyman Geek
SE is completely capable of doing a decent job of it. I've made a case for not doing 1 recently. You also assume that Q&A is the flagship product in the eyes of leadership and it hasn't been in years. — Journeyman Geek 40 secs ago
 
11:12 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Journeyman Geek
Hi KirNal102, welcome to the Stack Exchange Network Meta site! I'm not sure which search brought you here but the problem you describe will not be answered on this specific site. To get an expert's answer for the topic of your question you'll have to find and then re-post on the proper site. Check How do I ask a good question and What is on topic on the target site to make sure your post is in good shape. Your question is definitely off-topic on Meta and is better deleted here. — Journeyman Geek 35 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Joachim
@Jonas To elaborate, given that I'm starting to get downvoted because some users don't like this change: note that my answer, while being the most upvoted one, was not an invitation to make this change as a matter of course. The four options given were an "exploration" to see what "direction" staff could take with a design update. I only pointed out what the best of these options was, not that it was simply a good idea to take that route, as the downvoters seem to suggest, now that the change has taken place. — Joachim 39 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by KirNal102
Thanks for the reply @JourneymanGeek . I didn't know why I was getting negative votes immediately after posting the question. Even on the StackOverflow. — KirNal102 52 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Dan Mašek
@JourneymanGeek Yeah. What I don't get is these endless cycles. The figure out how to do something, do it right for a while, but inevitably in 6-8 it falls apart and we're back to where were. There's something fundamentally broken in the organization, but not being an insider, it's difficult to tell what exactly it is. — Dan Mašek 40 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Lundin
@JourneymanGeek Specifically the site Stack Overflow is the flagship product, simply because it's by far the most famous one and without it the company wouldn't be worth much. Next to nobody out there have heard of any other products from the company. Nobody in their right mind would pay $1.8 billion for "Teams" or the numerous low traffic Q&A sites. Though admittedly the value of the company ought to be significantly lower now than during the Prosus sale, given the repeated layoffs and competence losses that came with them. — Lundin 55 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Journeyman Geek
Eh, I'd disagree- while the SO name is used, SO inc's flagship product has tended to be a series of SAAS products. We'd be in much better shape if Q&A was treated as a core product — Journeyman Geek 17 secs ago
 
11:49 AM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Avatar
As to my knowledge, in the Europe Union any website provider is obliged to delete user data (such as email , IP address, and about-me) after about 2 years. — Avatar 1 min ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by RonC
@ShadowWizardLoveZelda That's funny! I never heard of him but based on his points rating he's a powerhouse. Na, I'm and entrepreneur, marketer AND developer so on my dev accounts I typically use part of my name but not my whole name because I prefer to have the business side of me come up first in google. My name is Ron and my last name starts with a C so I just chose RonC. In hindsight, I wish I had chosen the first letter of my first name with my last name as I did with my GitHub account. Oh well. — RonC 35 secs ago
 
12:19 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by WillO
That is rerrific of you. Thank you so much. — WillO 41 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Journeyman Geek
Not spamming is good. — Journeyman Geek 8 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by mike rodent
This is immensely irritating. WHY are you starting your "exciting partnership" with this bunchofcrapgenerative rubbish? You don't say WHY you are "excited". This adjective is well-known corporate speak for someone claiming stock options or referencing dodgy sneaky ways of squeezing cash out of people who haven't consented. WHO is "excited", please? I want every mod, manager and owner at SO who is prepared to own that supposed excitement to make a personal statement about why they are "excited". And if none is prepared to say this, immediately cancel the whole initiative, thanks. — mike rodent 48 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Resistance Is Futile
@Slate One of the problems in this case was not that company didn't listen to the original feedback (it seems that community was split between options 3 and 4), but the fact that change went live without immediate announcement (Meta post which would also allow new feedback) and that it also accidentally it happened to be a bad change after all (bold fonts turned out to be more disruptive than anticipated from the original pictures). It would probably fare better if there were no major problems with the change. But because it is hard to predict how it will go, all the more reason to announce. — Resistance Is Futile 5 secs ago
 
1:01 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Joachim
That post was not an announcement (for which there is a dedicated tag), and the implemented change is in fact not exactly like that option (see my answer). — Joachim just now
 
1:15 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Jeanot Zubler
Thank you for pointing this out. The proposed design is so much easier to read. — Jeanot Zubler 22 secs ago
 
1:26 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Robert Longson
Have you looked at super user? — Robert Longson 57 secs ago
 
1:36 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by CigarDoug
It appears there are tags for power platform or similar in all three groups. I didn't think to search tags, I just searched questions and got too many responses to sort out. — CigarDoug 21 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by VLAZ
Moving the mouse over adds the class "hover" (not pseudo-class). Moving the mouse away doesn't remove it, only hovering again does. — VLAZ 48 secs ago
 
1:51 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by VLAZ
Found it: .on("mouseenter", function () { $(this).toggleClass('hover'); }); in full.en.js. Only toggles the class (adds/removes) when the mouse enters any of the items. — VLAZ 35 secs ago
 
2:03 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Shadow Wizard Love Zelda
hires @VLAZ to SE so the bug can be fixed fasterShadow Wizard Love Zelda 30 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by hkotsubo
@Slate "the community's preference was implemented" - Well, not exactlyhkotsubo 15 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by F1Krazy
I'm afraid you've posted this in the wrong place. This is Meta.SE, for questions about the Stack Exchange network itself. I don't know which Stack Exchange site this would be on-topic on, but it isn't this one. — F1Krazy 41 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by rene
My first instinct was web apps.se mainly because it is unclear if you have a programming question about Power Apps or a usage question. That said, web apps is riddled with Google-Apps questions but not a single Power App question (unless you count the one tagged with power-automate). Without your actual question that you plan to ask, it is hard to give correct guidance. See the Keep in Mind section of the tag wiki. — rene 1 min ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by rene
@VLAZ how cool would it be if CSS had something like pseudo classes that would allow you to apply styling on certain common state changes of an element. — rene 36 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Cesar M
@Catija, the thing is, as far as locking, you're making assumptions about why the post was locked, and those assumptions are wrong. It's not that Charlotte tried to silence feedback because folks aren't "open to feedback". She did it because she wanted to make sure she had the correct sentiment about the feedback that was sent months ago - she, in fact, re-run the feedback analysis and count to double check that the choice that was made was in fact the choice that was made months ago. This would've been much harder to do had the post not been locked (due to how the tools for that work). — Cesar M ♦ 23 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Cesar M
So she locked the post for a bit while she was doing that. Should she have left a comment saying so? Sure. It'd have been easier to figure out why it was done. But after the analysis was re-done and she double checked she had the right answer and her memory from 6 months ago was correct, she unlocked it. It's as simple as that. Not leaving a comment was an oversight, yes. But a small one in the grand scheme of things, so assuming that it was locked to stop feedback is blowing things way out of proportion. — Cesar M ♦ 58 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by VLAZ
@rene I don't think such technology is achievable. For at least the next 6-8 years. — VLAZ 1 min ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Jonas
I think this is minor details. Also compare how it was before the re-design, it was far better (second image here) meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/426889/…Jonas 11 secs ago
 
2:26 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Slate
@Catija I feel as though you've misread my comment. "Further feedback in this place, at this time is not helpful" is not the same as "no feedback is necessary and [it] is, in fact, unwelcome." I tried very hard to make it explicit that people are reading and processing new feedback, and it's not as though locking that post (temporarily!) is somehow a symbolic act that the company is stuffing cotton in its ears. It could have come with a better explanatory comment but I feel that's at best a nitpick. — Slate ♦ 39 secs ago
 
2:38 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Dan Mašek
@CesarM Half a day is not a "bit". Both of those sets of changes there were reactive, done long after people pointed it out. I don't see what you hope to achieve by being so defensive. The point is not to blame someone. The point is to identify the sub-optimal bits, figure out how not to repeat those mistakes, and set up a process to ensure that happens. Catija described many of them quite well. It would be nice to see some staff post say "Yeah, we messed up on some aspects of this release, here is how we're prevent that from recurring." instead of bickering. — Dan Mašek 58 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Slate
Moved this to [status-planned]. This change is likely being made with the next Data Explorer refresh. — Slate ♦ 17 secs ago
 
3:00 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Robert Longson
custom flag one of the posts for moderator attention and explain your reasoning. — Robert Longson 24 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by rene
@RobertLongson Gen AI is 100% self-moderated. No pesky diamonds in sight: genai.stackexchange.com/users?tab=moderatorsrene 26 secs ago
 
3:20 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Cesar M
@DanMašek half a day is actually pretty fast to complete a re-analysis. It usually takes longer. — Cesar M ♦ 10 secs ago
 
3:34 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Meta Andrew T.
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by user1176409
We have Mathematics for maths questions, and MathOverflow for professional maths questions. — user1176409 24 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by user1176409
Wait, why don’t you ask at Mathematics, you already have an account there. Did you get question ban? — user1176409 13 secs ago
 
4:03 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Quuxplusone
Okay, this was indeed unrelated to migration. The Markdown parser (had I guess changed in the last 10 years and thus, now,) didn't like the explicit <p> tags OP used to separate their paragraphs. Changing those <p>s to blank lines makes the images come back. I'm still not sure why the page history hides the URLs, but it's all good now! Feel free to downvote, delete, whatever, at this point. :) — Quuxplusone 53 secs ago
 
4:17 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Joachim
@Jonas Are you referring to the differences between the designs? When it comes to UI/UX design those details can mean a world of difference (I think the history of design changes on this platform illustrates that well). Besides, as pointed out, my point is that the unannounced change is not even the same as what was pseudo-proposed 5 months ago. — Joachim 35 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by CPlus
@rene The community managers will moderate sites that don't have moderators. — CPlus 35 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by CrSb0001
@user1176409 I just checked, OP does not have question ban — CrSb0001 22 secs ago
 
5:07 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Shadow Wizard Love Zelda
they go through cloudflare as of last night. (That's about chat, but likely they moved all web sockets). — Shadow Wizard Love Zelda 50 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by VLAZ
For the sites, I made a userscript that tries to induce activity on the the websockets so it isn't killed. It's not a solution for anything that's not a browser (bots, most notably) but might at least users might find it helpful. — VLAZ 28 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Slate
We've deployed a patch to fix configs on our side. Are you still seeing this problem? — Slate ♦ 39 secs ago
 
5:32 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Makyen
@Slate Preliminary is that it's resolved. Still running tests, but definitely changed and looking good. — Makyen 30 secs ago
 
5:51 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by rene
Hi FUAD MEMMEDOV, welcome to the Stack Exchange Network Meta site! I'm not sure which search brought you here but the problem you describe will not be answered on this specific site. To get an expert's answer for the topic of your question you'll have to find and then re-post on the proper site. Check How do I ask a good question and What is on topic on the target site to make sure your post is in good shape. Your question is definitely off-topic on Meta and is better deleted here. — rene 58 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by java-addict301
@Shadur-don't-feed-the-AI I'm afraid you're completely wrong. Companies are not spending astronomical mounts on AI for the fun of it. Leaders are well aware that engineering often represents the highest cost to their companies and is extraordinarily expensive. AI represents a golden opportunity to virtually eliminate this cost. It's coming, and very soon. — java-addict301 56 secs ago
 
6:33 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Cave Johnson
I think I still would have preferred option 4 without the bold letters (even compared to the proposed option 3). It's much more subtle yet still readable. — Cave Johnson 54 secs ago
 
6:50 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Greg Burghardt
@java-addict301, "writing code" and "designing software to meet customer requirements" are entirely different skillsets. AI is good at writing code, but pretty darn lousy at turning a customer's plain language description of a business process into a cohesive software echo system that performs well, is easy to maintain, and is secure. — Greg Burghardt 32 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Greg Burghardt
To my point, how many junior developers could write an order of magnitude more code in one day than an old-timer? And how many of those same junior developers wrote useful code that was secure, easy to maintain, and actually implemented the customer's requirements? We aren't taking the human out of software engineering any time soon. AI will be a tool, just like a good IDE or a keyboard. — Greg Burghardt 45 secs ago
 
7:16 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by super-starball-ultra
@mikerodent I find your request quite unreasonable. — super-starball-ultra 50 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Rub&#233;n
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Shadur-don&#39;t-feed-the-AI
They're spending astronomical amounts on AI because they're being promised that Very Soon Now, AI will be "Good enough" to replace employees entirely, if only they support development with another funding round. It's a bubble. — Shadur-don't-feed-the-AI 45 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Karl Knechtel
@siggemannen It's limited to showing 30 (might be user-configurable) results; and it can only find questions, not answers. But otherwise, I have consistently found that when the results don't turn up like I expect, it's either because the question doesn't contain keywords I thought it did (or the stemming works weirdly), or because I typo'd something, e.g. in;saves or in:svaes. — Karl Knechtel 18 secs ago
 
7:44 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by CigarDoug
@Rubén no, the question is about the Microsoft Power Platform in Azure. — CigarDoug 41 secs ago
 
 
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8:57 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by avm23
Here are some examples of users who qualify for the association, but haven't received it: 511197, 510410. Note that they are missing reputation plots for some sites, which seems related. — avm23 30 secs ago
 
9:09 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by testing-ma-lady
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Joshua
@testing-ma-lady: To that point; the images are all four unreadable to me; I could not have known the effect until they went live, and I am adversely affected by it. — Joshua 55 secs ago
 
9:28 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by PM 2Ring
Can't you just paste the link into the address bar of your browser? — PM 2Ring 13 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Joachim
Please provide the question you want to ask (as the [site-recommendation] tag suggests). Without it, there is no one right answer. — Joachim just now
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Slate
Happy to read this post and see if there are ways we might be able to alleviate some annoyances (though in the end I'd encourage spinning them off into separate posts), but you should know up front that wholesale reversal of this decision is very unlikely. More information is available at the answer @testing-ma-lady linked to. — Slate ♦ 38 secs ago
 
9:47 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Esther
What you are seeing is the Ask Question Wizard. See the [ask-question-wizard] tag on meta.stackoverflow.com or meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/421038/… for details. Most likely it has to do with your total question score not being high enough. — Esther 57 secs ago
 
 
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11:11 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Paŭlo Ebermann
"Attribution is non-negotiable" could be read as "we were not able to negotiate attribution into the contract" ;-) — Paŭlo Ebermann 7 secs ago
 
11:34 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by Joshua
@GSerg: It occurs to me I have one more thing to say. Everything one font might be a global forced font which is a browser accessibility feature I used to have to use a decade ago. The problem that drove me to it was completely orthogonal to all others so someone needing nothing else may still need that one. — Joshua 33 secs ago
 
11:51 PM
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by wizzwizz4
Oh boy! An investment opportunity? I wonder what it could possibly be. — wizzwizz4 37 secs ago
[ Boson light ] New comment posted by W.O.
"where the user isn’t facing a problem with code, but some unknown setup issue on solution/project level, but without actually seeing it its hard to diagnose" - you mean the user needs a copy of the manual? — W.O. 38 secs ago
 

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