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12:04 AM
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Q: Return HTTP 410 Gone for deleted spam questions

Ilmari KaronenStack Exchange has a pretty good relationship with Google. Often, new questions on Stack Overflow may get indexed by Google within seconds of being posted, or within minutes at most. Usually, this is a good thing, but it also makes SE a very tempting target for spammers. If Google happens to c...

 
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in body: Page not scrolling to anchors using jquery cycle 2 by Merrill Mayer on stackoverflow.com
 
user259867
Low quality question about a commercial site.
 
@SmokeDetector Also, how the hell did that user get a gold badge? o_O
 
12:22 AM
@IlmariKaronen All the users following links from chat to his profile and then to his jQuery Masonry question that has all the right search hits. (But only some utility by the votes/views ration? Maybe?)
 
user259867
Anonymous users are not wild about the post, either: data.stackexchange.com/stackoverflow/query/73917/…
 
@NormalHuman Wait, that feedback actually gets stored somewhere? O_O
I always kind of assumed it just went in the bit bucket...
 
user259867
There are a few interesting queries: data.stackexchange.com/stackoverflow/…
 
I'm just glad that someone uses that SEDE query. :)
 
user259867
12:29 AM
Even though it doesn't count toward your People Reached, which SEDE doesn't have.
 
Yes, I'll only get internet-rich after I die. Such is the life of an... :P
 
user202362
don't you wish you could clone your brain & leave a copy in the cloud :p
 
Well, mine sure wouldn't take much storage space! :D
 
@AwesomePoodles actually, it would
I remember someone saying that a male of about 30 information should fit in 3PB
 
@Braiam, And thus you fail the Turing Test. :)
 
user259867
12:46 AM
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A: The number of votes required to close and reopen questions is temporarily reduced . . . for science!

Jon EricsonAfter one week, the results are not encouraging: Week posted Qs Closed Close Rate Closed->Edited Reopened Cl->Ed->Re Deletion Rate ----------- --- ------ ---------- -------------- -------- ---------- ------------- 2015-10-12 324 190 58.6% 8.9% 2.1% 5.9% 40.7...

 
user259867
Interesting post-mortem of an experiment on Programmers
 
user259867
I feel sorry for employees posting on meta sites with 1 rep, so... a bounty for the only answer by Ludwik
 
@NormalHuman ¿Hruh? He claims to be (the) "Senior Product Designer at StackOverflow" (sic), but has no black diamond. Maybe he's not supposed to have much rep? ;)
 
user259867
a senior product designer, not "the"
 
user259867
Employees do not necessarily carry diamonds.
 
user202362
12:56 AM
This chat tends to lose regulars to elections
 
user259867
But yes, he totally should put that space in.
2
 
And the "A".
 
@NormalHuman They really should
 
Meh
Including sales?
 
@AwesomePoodles Job titles don't normally take articles.
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Q: Is it an option to put an indefinite article before a professional name?

ListeneverThanks for checking your forecast out inside WESH.com. I’m (a) meteorologist Eric Burris. -- WESH.com/weather I’ve read that predicative complement “can have the form of an AdjP or of a bare role NP (a count singular with no determiner, such as President of the Republic, treasurer, etc.) - CGE...

 
12:58 AM
@bjb568 Anyone that talks to the community in an official-ish way, I mean
 
user259867
If they don't need access to admin panel, they shouldn't have it.
 
@Undo like me? :p
 
@AwesomePoodles That's Señor Senior Product Designer to you
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jajaja
 
@Shog9 Much better.
 
1:00 AM
@NormalHuman Eh, I trust employees even more than I trust moderators, for the most part.
 
user259867
Starszy projektant produktu, according to Google Translate. (Which makes sense, but "projektant" doesn't sound much as designer)
 
@Undo The diamond is getting too overloaded anyway. There should really be a different symbol for employees.
 
@IlmariKaronen Yes they do, if there's more than one in the org.
 
@IlmariKaronen I can keep track of it all in my head, but I can see where it'd be confusing for someone who either isn't as involved or is new.
 
Maybe ♥ :)
 
1:01 AM
@Undo trust both exactly as much as you can verify with facts or past experience. Both are human, both make mistakes and both have access to tools that can really screw things up when they do make mistakes.
...which is a really good reason not to give diamonds to folks until they need them.
 
@Shog9 Adding more information to that: Moderators had to be either appointed or elected, while employees had to pass an interview (probably a few of them).
@Shog9 Why not have a way to give folks diamonds without power?
 
(trivia: there's an internal Employee account state that gives access to some tools without needing rep or a diamond. Nothing too crazy, but...)
@Undo then it loses its meaning
 
Or with only [featured]-and-[status-*]-tag-adding
 
@Shog9 like 10k stats type stuff?
 
user259867
Like posting on meta without 5 rep
 
1:04 AM
some informational stuff, yeah. Also meta editing privs and probably a few other such things that I forget.
 
Then I suppose we're back at needing a different symbol for employees.
 
Not a Real Problem.
 
or, y'know, just badger 'em to put "employee" somewhere in their bio
 
A 1-repper with no diamond posting 'your site graduated, yay' is a little... jarring.
 
user259867
API returns is_employee field, shouldn't be hard to expose in UI.
 
1:05 AM
puts that he's employee in his bio... just a employee
 
@Undo yeah. I'd totally have to check the employee page to verify that they were actually a designer before I'd buy that.
 
Most folks don't even know that page exists, so it's probably not a good idea to set a precedent for that kind of stuff.
Just my opinion.
 
does it matter to most folks?
I mean, you have two options:
1) it's legit, let's celebrate!
2) it's bogus, let's burn the troll!
 
Maybe not, actually.
 
Doesn't take 100% of a site's membership to burn trolls
 
1:07 AM
True
Also... I don't think he's on the team page
Looking at the design section
 
I do kinda like the option "authoritative post" styles that only mods can use on Reddit. I may integrate that into DD.
 
Also, remember: there are hundreds of employees now, and only a handful you'd actually want to believe if they posted something like that.
Not like we've never had employees who decided it's a good idea to post crazy things...
cough dishwasher fish cough
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Huh?
 
What?
 
@Undo Maybe he is a troll, and we've all been fooled. ;)
 
1:09 AM
Now I'm intrigued.
 
I want more info about the dishwasher fish.
 
I would google 'dishwasher fish' if I wasn't petrified of the idea
 
user259867
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Q: Is it possible to cook a whole fish in a dishwasher?

AttilaNYCI heard that there is a way to cook a whole fish in a dishwasher - any techniques, tips??

 
Tavern Institutional Memory isn't totally bankrupt!
 
I still don't see any employeeage on that
 
user259867
1:11 AM
"is_employee": false for the OP.
 
wouldn't you say that's a good thing?
 
Wow, scrolling through the team page there's a whole bunch I've never heard of
Even on Engineering.
 
So, yeah - we've had this conversation a lot internally, and it's never gotten any traction because the proposed solution(s) doesn't actually solve the problem it wants to.
 
@NormalHuman edit hist o_0
 
What you really want to know is:
1) Was this post written by someone who is an employee when they wrote it, and
2) They were operating in an official capacity
 
1:14 AM
Yes, @Shog9, Gimme!
 
#1 is actually a lot trickier to verify than it sounds, but not impossible. #2 is... hard. Really difficult.
 
That's what bonus pay is for? :)
 
Which brings you back to
13 mins ago, by Shog9
@Undo trust both exactly as much as you can verify with facts or past experience. Both are human, both make mistakes and both have access to tools that can really screw things up when they do make mistakes.
If you don't know someone, and you need to trust them, do the leg work - there's no good shortcut for that.
 
I believe the proper leg work here is simply proper load balancing protocol: Ping Shog.
 
Sep 2 at 0:34, by bjb568
@Shog @Shoggiling @Shog! @Shog @Shogging thru the snow! @Shog the almighty @Shog…
 
user259867
1:19 AM
It was kind of sad to see the diversity of Marketing team dropping even further with the departure of Benny Xie. So sudden, too.
 
look at the flip side, some place with poor diversity took Benny Xie in ;)
through my approach on selecting people I want to work with is very simple: do they know how to correctly do their job and actually get it done?
 
user202362
I trust SE employees more ... more specifically I trust that they will be here more consistently because they are paid to do so :p
 
user202362
 
user202362
1:38 AM
Is smokey down or spammers are having time off?
 
The latter.
 
user259867
0 UTC is quiet time
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Java multidimensional array for android app by pudm on stackoverflow.com
 
user259867
@SmokeDetector ignore- pnuts burninating data and leaving Thanks in.
 
SO bulletin board... event (election), blog post, meta post on survey questions, meta post on election, meta post on "where are we going in SO-land?". No posts by the community.
 
1:44 AM
@NormalHuman Or leaving "weight loss" in, in this case.
 
user259867
@hichris123 I respect the company's laser-like focus on one community.
 
user259867
Speaking of mods, there was this question today: Who is/are moderator(s) from INDIA on StackOverflow/Exchange? by Mithlesh Upadhyay on meta.math.stackexchange.com
 
user259867
Math never had any. SO? don't think so.
 
user259867
Off the top of my head, I remembered Sathya (SU/WebApps).
 
@hichris123 that's a bug
that's not the one...
 
1:51 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in body: Some examples of laser toys are: by buy laserpointer on physics.stackexchange.com (@Unihedron)
 
user259867
Thanks for your useful information — bruce smitherson 57 secs ago
 
> If there are still under 4 items, the rest of the space is filled with hot discussion questions not marked status-completed, scoring at least 3 and posted within the past two weeks. These are picked semi-randomly. At least one of these will always be added to the list, even if it pushes the length over 4.
 
user202362
I wonder where those regular spammers are located physically ... do they turn their machines off when they go off work or to bed :p
 
user202362
I also wonder whether SE has lost users due to Paris attack or how many ISIS supporters use SE on a regular/semi regular basis
 
user259867
-4
Q: How Is the Divide by zero not check out mathematically as infinity, yet contradict real life? (possible duplicate)

D. GrovesI mean, Come on. An atom is made up of item with item with ZERO dimensions, yet we can measure somehow. A circle is infinite points, and has a circumference. Why is this?

 
user259867
2:00 AM
So many things to wonder about.
 
Like: why people wonder why the guy as smart as God but less forgiving made things like they are...
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: Google Play App Gone by TechLoverHD on android.stackexchange.com (@AndrewT.)
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: Remotely Wipe Data from device in android 2.2 by TechLoverHD on stackoverflow.com
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: How android device manager works? by TechLoverHD on stackoverflow.com
 
all links to his blog
 
user259867
2:28 AM
> seen 26s ago, talked 239d ago
 
user259867
A rare sighting of Robert Harvey...
 
:D
 
Anybody got a hook whereby JS can tell if it's on a new style site, like SO, versus an old style site like Physics? Not seeing anything useful yet. Maybe all.css?v=3ee31991a798, etc. but that'd be kludgy as all get-out.
 
@AwesomePoodles Fetch and parse this post? ;)
 
@IlmariKaronen That's a possibility if I don't find something in the page. Thanks!
 
user259867
 
!!/status
 
@hichris123 Running since 22:02:40 UTC (277 minutes)
 
!!/reboot
 
Goodbye, cruel world
 
On a side note, molten iron? You need help, post it note.
 
2:41 AM
Why did I think about Dwarf Fortress...
 
user259867
@AwesomePoodles $('#content').width() returns 1000px + for new sites, and < 1000 px for old.
 
user259867
Of course there's browser zoom and such...
 
user259867
I was going to say "1000px" exactly, but Graphic Design has 1030. Go figure.
 
oh yeah, I brought a new monitor... bye go' old 1024x768
 
@NormalHuman Excellent! As for zoom. I might try width over an em width for a ratio...
 
2:45 AM
@Braiam "Urist 'post it note' Ulolkab has been content lately. He likes molten iron and spam for its meat-like flavor."
@AwesomePoodles Also, seems like new-style non-beta sites have their logo image (#hlogo a) in the SVG sprite sheet, while old-style sites use a separate PNG image.
 
Thanks again, @IlmariKaronen
 
I didn't make an exhaustive check, though, so I can't guarantee there aren't any exceptions.
 
@SmokeDetector tpu-
 
user259867
@IlmariKaronen There are, e.g. mathematica.stackexchange.com
 
2:52 AM
That's okay, I have other approaches now, thanks to you guys.
 
3:15 AM
!!/unnotify 89 physics.stackexchange.com
 
@Unihedron I will no longer ping you if I report a post of physics.stackexchange.com, in room 89 on chat.meta.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer, repeating characters in answer: How do I convert a pages document to a word document without access to pages? by Md. Abu kaium on apple.stackexchange.com
 
@AndrewT. Running since 03:25:07 UTC (2 minutes)
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: Corrupted data - Can't restore Whatsapp chat history by Alice Clinton on android.stackexchange.com (@AndrewT.)
 
user259867
3:29 AM
Yeah, the text is copy-pasted around (searched for "This manual backup file will normally be saved as “msgstore.db.crypt7” in your /sdcard/WhatsApp/Database folder")
 
@AndrewT. bug? !!/report didn't work on removed used? or coincidence that smokey was rebooting...
 
user259867
status-coincidence
 
!!/unnotify 89 biology.stackexchange.com (@Unihedron)
 
@Unihedron 2 arguments expected
 
!!/unnotify 89 biology.stackexchange.com
 
@Unihedron I will no longer ping you if I report a post of biology.stackexchange.com, in room 89 on chat.meta.stackexchange.com
 
Yanno, we should just remove the unnotify command & leave @Unihedron stuck with all of these pings. ;P
 
3:49 AM
@hichris123 I don't mind. The block feature is always there.
 
you would miss out on wonderful spam. Think of the spammers!
 
I wouldn't.
 
@hichris123 Yeah, especially since he refuses to be polite about using the !!/(un)notify commands silently.
 
4:02 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Healthy Methods For Younger Looking Skin Care by Zaneogreyis on superuser.com (@bwDraco)
 
sd trueu-
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Vitamins & Herbs that Boost Your Brain Power by alvarezjames on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
need thought on this question, worth to reopen? stackoverflow.com/questions/26172770/…
 
seems... pretty... broad
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Need For Skin Care Product by raimofinch on askubuntu.com
 
4:10 AM
@AndrewT. you could probably edit to fit your answer more precisely and make the resulting question less objectionable
as it stands, it reads, "what is the best video for everything?"
...which is kinda crap
but, since there's only your answer... You can make it say anything.
 
@AwesomePoodles there's nothing "polite" about it.
 
My point. Put a minus at the end.
 
@Shog9 thanks shog, actually I've edited before it was closed, but seems it's still giving an impression of too broad. I'll try to make it more specific.
 
user259867
The final form of a question is the best match to the set of answers it received...
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this is the #1 reason why I signed on to the SO beta back in '08. #SOTiredOfWritingSpecificAnswersToBroadCrapQuestions
 
4:14 AM
Nice and Orwellian. And "sanctioned" by an official SE rep! It's edit'n time! :P
 
@AndrewT. Looks reasonable to me, although you could edit it further to replace the remaining "best" with, say, "compatible with most players".
 
@AndrewT. your answer is an excellent response to, "how should I choose a video format to be played on Web, Android & iOS?" - you show your work, which should hold up reasonably well even if VP9 takes over or we all just give up and go back to GIFs or something.
 
Thanks all, editing...
 
@NormalHuman yet we are somehow taken aback with questions which seems to match our situation yet the answers just leaves us stupefied...
my recent (less than an hour) latex issue...
generic error, many causes
 
Erm, I hope I fixed the issue.
 
4:19 AM
no, you didn't fix nothing!
:P
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Some Ideas If You Plan To Send Money? by kucdhimii on askubuntu.com
 
That's the only question I answered when it was scored -5, and got back to positive score.
 
user259867
You deserve a hat.
 
:)
The other one... the question got worse due to OP misunderstanding a syntax with bug...
 
4:34 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, pattern-matching website in body: Why I ought to go for Replennage Cream? by user5574958 on stackoverflow.com
 
user259867
Shockingly, AWS does not offer any Chrome OS AMIs...
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: My per area is like a snot survey by Evie Mueller on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported question: Each time someone clicks on a link by wicurxirk smith on meta.stackexchange.com
 
(y u no detect)
 
user259867
4:48 AM
Good question. www.try{manycharacters}.com should be a spam pattern
 
!!/test Let's not forget Google **[Online Wealth Markets][1]**. This is one of the easiest ways to Generate Income for your home business blog. By placing ads strategically within in your blog, you can entice visitors to click on the advertising links. Each time someone clicks on a link you get paid.
These are just the basics that you need to remember to optimize your blog. Once you have got the best readable articles, viewers will just come flooding.

**http://www.tryharpmortgagequotes.com/online-wealth-markets/**
 
> Url in title
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Title - Position 452-488: http://www.tryharpmortgagequotes.com
 
user259867
It's not a pattern yet, I'm considering it.
 
@NormalHuman From that test, it looks like the post would've been caught.
 
@AwesomePoodles The URL wasn't in the title in the real post
 
4:50 AM
D'oh, Yeah I see that. Never mind.
 
;)
2
 
user259867
One post that would match is Which library has been used? and frankly... that one should die, too.
 
user202362
@shog what's the easiest way to get SE goodie goodies nowadays? 😸
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: DERMAFI They mention them again further by vernyfoany on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
user259867
Win mod election... there re so many of those with the new wave of graduations.
 
4:53 AM
sd tpu-
I would very highly suggest not running in an election just to get swag, though
 
@NormalHuman Who's playing with the downvote button there? ;)
 
user259867
Downvotes don't matter much there, since there's an answer. But yeah, two arrived just now, stackoverflow.com/posts/24095408/timeline
 
sd - 2tpu-
 
1. [:4211564] <skipped>
2. [:4211556] That message is not a report.
3. [:4211551] <processed without return value>
 
sd - - - 2tpu-
 
4:55 AM
whistle innocently
 
@Undo Yeah, I've run for moderator on two sites, and never received any swag for either. :(
 
user259867
I think it's just for winners now? It used to be everyone, then those who made to primaries, then...
 
@NormalHuman For some reason I'm remembering that it's still just for people that make it to primaries
 
user259867
Well, Ilmari was certainly in the final round for Math and Crypto elections, but...
 
@Braiam needs thirdpersonization to depersonalize the passive <i> verb
 
user259867
5:01 AM
I think I meant "to the final round" rather than "to primaries".
 
@NormalHuman This is my recollection (though I never got the swag from the last election, so who knows?).
 
@SmokeDetector Now where was that image I posted earlier...
5 hours ago, by Ilmari Karonen
user image
Probably spam.
 
@IlmariKaronen They posted the same thing on Health the other day. It's gone now. BUT have a "meh" Q on SO.
 
Night!
 
5:12 AM
@Doorknob I'd argue that it stops at about 13k, actually :P
 
user259867
CoffeeDay... an Indian cafe chain, I have a mug from them on my table right now. Anyway, I don't think the question will last on Skeptics regardless of us.
 
sd gone
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, url in title: http://lumalifteye.com/cerebrrin-pill/ by mildredheckel on gaming.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: How Does product Work? by gdfgdbbbjuriyam on askubuntu.com
 
5:31 AM
sd 2tpu-
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: Remit Money Using A Credit Bank Card by user523326 on superuser.com (@bwDraco)
 
sd trueu-
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Dermafi Cream Review, Price & Ingredients? by Maria Watson on superuser.com (@bwDraco)
 
sd trueu-
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Does Vitamin C or Indian Gooseberry have skincare benefits? by CoffeeDay on skeptics.stackexchange.com (@Unihedron)
 
user259867
5:41 AM
@SmokeDetector ignore- we saw it
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: The first one is the Sunbeam by jamiedfhdfh on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
@SmokeDetector tpu- the second one is the moonbeam
 
user259867
Since Area 51 came into existence, what was the longest gap between new site launches? (I.e., new private betas created)?
 
user259867
I'm ignoring the sites that got closed for the purpose of this study.
 
user259867
Answer: 70 days, between Space Exploration created on 2013-07-16 and Astronomy created on 2013-09-24.
 
user259867
5:50 AM
It appears that this record is going to be broken in a couple of days... it's 69 days since Hardware Recommendations beta launch.
 
Hmm, a lot of these spam posts have very similar formatting: a single long paragraph of text, followed by another paragraph with long bare URL and very little if any other text, sometimes with another text link to the same URL in the first paragraph. It almost looks as if they're based on some kind of a template, although there does seem to be some individual variation. Still, I wonder if that could be turned into a useful heuristic for Smokey.
 
user259867
We tried that, reporting posts with exactly two links with the same href. Surprisingly many false positives.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer: How to move a Shape on Canvas in WPF? by Jacob Oullette on stackoverflow.com
 
user259867
Although that didn't use the paragraph structure that you described.
 
Aargh! Note to self: Polish a turd and you'll just be left with {stuff} on your hands! (This has nothing to do with this post.)
 
6:04 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: we're like the Seven Dwarves except there's by Yasirta Pk on superuser.com (@bwDraco)
 
sd trueu-
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in body: How i got my loan by Mrs Helley Jenna on money.stackexchange.com
 
Huh, my net connection seems to have hiccuped for a moment. Also, related, I seem to have found a minor bug with popup loading...
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: would favor more curves by karen juriam on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body: Easy method to Earn mony 100$ in per day by Frierson Brenda on stackoverflow.com
 
6:18 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: What a Healthy Diet Can Do for You by deankavag on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body: Easy method to Earn mony 100$ in per day by Frierson Brenda on askubuntu.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: How is Increased energy? by doriswharris on superuser.com (@bwDraco)
 
sd 7trueu-
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Best HADOOP Online Training? by user5523167 on stackoverflow.com
 
7
Q: Loading indicator is reproducing

Shadow WizardWhen posting comment to this answer my connection hicked up so pressing ENTER three times produced the following: Shouldn't the progress image be loaded in the same placeholder? It also produced three "Comment could not be submitted" messages (due to timeout probably) which is fine. Decline...

which was linked as dupe target for meta.stackexchange.com/questions/198546/…
status-declined
 
@AndrewT. Thanks!
 
!!/unnotify 89 skeptics.stackexchange.com
 
6:33 AM
@Unihedron I will no longer ping you if I report a post of skeptics.stackexchange.com, in room 89 on chat.meta.stackexchange.com
 
I can probably fix that in SOUP, it look similar to meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/295276/…
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: Does An Lotion Treatment Basically Work? by janetgreen on superuser.com (@bwDraco)
 
6:51 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, pattern-matching website in body: keep him from getting to shine during by Della J Miller on arduino.stackexchange.com (@Unihedron)
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: How does the application Xprivacy give fake private data to applications? by Puja Das on android.stackexchange.com (@AndrewT.)
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: You need to act -- and hearing instruction by hellemoow on superuser.com (@bwDraco)
 
sd trueu-
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in answer: A potentially dangerous Request.Form value was detected from the client by a deleted user on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer: Where does VBA Debug.Print log to? by user5575357 on stackoverflow.com
 
7:18 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: I can think of when it comes by bnoorkhan on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Avoid giving up on weight loss goals by user309679 on meta.stackexchange.com
 
7:39 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in body: Perfect Biotics by sons on askubuntu.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: How To Improves your overall skin tone? by celestineys on askubuntu.com
 
sd 3tpu-
 
7:55 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Nutrisystem and surely soon be on your way weight by Carol Chloe on stackoverflow.com
 
sd trueu- false-
 
8:10 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Improves your overall skin tone and texture by Castillobens on security.stackexchange.com
 
!!/unnotify 89 arduino.stackexchange.com
 
@Unihedron I will no longer ping you if I report a post of arduino.stackexchange.com, in room 89 on chat.meta.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer: Ubuntu Customization Kit vs. Ubuntu Mate 15.10 by Hydra Starmaster on askubuntu.com
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Damn, the spam just keeps on coming.
90 flags left.
 
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8:41 AM
I think I wanted to ask a semi-meta question, but then suddenly forgot what I had wanted to ask after having tea-time...
 
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9:09 AM
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[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted user: SSD temp with conky by Hydra Starmaster on askubuntu.com
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9:34 AM
yo!
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9:55 AM
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[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in answer: Handlebars.js and HTML table displays [object Object] instead of values by Alfred UC on stackoverflow.com
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[ SmokeDetector ] Email in answer: Why do many laptops run on 19 volts? by John March on electronics.stackexchange.com (@PeterJ)
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Brainplus IQ you communicate your what it needs to by noroger on meta.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Product Skin Care Review- It's not thus unusual by NuzoZuhe on askubuntu.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer, repeating characters in answer: Configure an IP address instead of localhost:8080 tomcat eg:192.260.0.2:8080 by user322893 on serverfault.com
 
11:47 AM
wow poor @Smoky is all alone
 
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