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12:33 AM
Apparently the delivery guy is up to no good. https://t.co/GDa35wGqr6
Language Learning sets a record with 6:1 visitors:mods ratio. Each moderator only has to shake hands 6 times a day so that every visitor to the site is greeted by a mod.
@soup Who's the Q.T.?
1:16 AM
what exactly is a full stack developer/engineer?
and what causes it to overflow?
11 hours ago, by Quill
in The 2nd Monitor on The Stack Exchange Network Chat, 1 hour ago, by Donald.McLean
You know for sure that you're a full stack developer when you are THE ONLY developer.
I've actually had success with reopening questions today. Just one ended up with more Leave Closed votes: stackoverflow.com/questions/13089489/…
1:31 AM
@Quill the only developer in what way?
your startup, a company
13 hours ago, by soup
The list of open positions at SE is organized by team, using the same team descriptions as on Company page, with a grammatical adjustment.
This is an incredibly dangerous behavior, it just took out our production mail servers. https://twitter.com/shanemadden/status/742856513627119621
@Quill Full-Stack Web Developer
A full stack developer should generally be equipped to deal with all aspects of the developer process, for example a full stack web developer should have no problems designing a page, writing the frontend code, doing the backend code, handling the servers etc
1:33 AM
comes in the first category
if you're only able to do CSS, then you're probably not a full stack developer
Or a web developer.
More like a designer.
Don't even start me on people who think that drag & dropping form elements using Wordpress is development
it is development.... just the kind that won't get you a job
I have hacked wordpress to do what I wanted before, yes you can because it's written in PHP and mysql
1:40 AM
but you probably should not
[ SmokeDetector ] URL in title, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body, pattern-matching website in title: supplementscloud.com/dsn-pre-workout/ by Averyeliza on arduino.stackexchange.com
2:01 AM
sd k
2:38 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Linked punctuation in answer, blacklisted user: Earthquake - does it affect units in docks? by audio pcba on boardgames.stackexchange.com
That's bloody sneaky
sd k
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps answer, offensive answer detected: What does a 'dotted-line' cloud icon in the iCloud file browser represent? by user188366 on apple.stackexchange.com
2:58 AM
sd k
pizza and beer for work lunch... nice
A colleague was surprised today that Stack Overflow gives you -1 reputation for downvoting an answer.... and he's a 15k user
3:13 AM
@Quill gasp Alcohol being supplied to a minor
I didn't get any ;-;
3:27 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in answer, bad keyword with email in answer, email in answer: How to keep Species "Pure-Bred" by Viana Vardy on worldbuilding.stackexchange.com
4:07 AM
SE app is useless.
I'm on macOS Sierra now.
I can't help but feel like there's some intentional irony in those two proclamations
Dunno what you're talking about. They're unrelated.
the digitizer on my iPhone is screwed, so I can't update it
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Building Bigger Muscles Just How To Go by denniscampbuly on askubuntu.com (@kos)
4:20 AM
I have a stand alone dev box - the best of best hackers can not hack a machine with no internet access
forget about sneakernet?
or they can break in and steal my PC altogether
but let's make the unreasonable assumption that most hackers have no muscles and can not lift a PC
[ SmokeDetector ] URL in title, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body, pattern-matching website in title: wellnesssystemreport.co.uk/rexburn-reviews/ by Quonecozz on security.stackexchange.com
> well, nessy
4:31 AM
sd 2k
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: COLON LIFE thinner body you have been by codlyvainy on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: The Simplest Exercises To Lose Weight Quickly by Iansanchez on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: How do I plot a bunch of points on Google Maps? by Daniel Kevin on webapps.stackexchange.com
4:48 AM
> Will eat it and tell you all how we liked it. Enjoy,
> Ham eaters norther California! http://cooking.stackexchange.com/a/70725
sd 3k
so I fucked up really bad yesterday....
I did my math semester final without a calculator
I lent out a calculator to someone in physics exam before, you could have asked a friend nearby for a calculator temporarily
through the people who patrol your exam area of course
I got in late so all the seats were taken anyway
4:58 AM
Oo, not final then, probably only 5%-20% of your total marks?
it was final, and 50%
Back in my uni days, seats were always allocated for finals
and a bunch of well dressed, respectable looking elderlies patrolling the exam area
nowadays you sit wherever and 20yr olds with morse code tats patrol
Yes! Mobile safari now supports force touch in XHTML pages.
5:04 AM
Morse code tats?
@soup he had a line of morse code tattooed around his arm
it looked pretty cool to be honest
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: These extras can increase cholesterol by havohavi on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: I genuinely need to respect this present serum's without sign working. by zas857486 on arduino.stackexchange.com
5:40 AM
sd 3k
@hichris123 Yes...
6:00 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] URL in title, bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body, pattern-matching website in title: raspberryslimdietfacts.com/revolutionary-colon-cleanse-review/ by cindyderesn on security.stackexchange.com
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6:32 AM
@Quill I prefer moderators pro tempura. But oh well, congrats.
6:49 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: procedure referred to as getting? by Magansbandi on askubuntu.com (@kos)
The duck came, and gone again
Ninja duck, ninja duck, does whatever a ninja duck does
7:06 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, bad keyword in username, pattern-matching website in body: Fixings in Gavali advanced skincare by Gavali advanced skincare on movies.stackexchange.com
Duck meatballs ... Such a perfect combination ...
Or duck soup ...
@Bart thank you :)
tempura is great, I always have so many of them when I go to sushi restaurants
@Quill it's a bit late, but congrats for being a mod!
:) thanks, and it's only like been like 10 hours :p
7:24 AM
Nice one Quill!
the mod tools are cool, and there's some pretty graphs
7:37 AM
@Quill You might want to try the mass-suspension function ...
I've been meaning to test the network destroy feature.... sign up to Language Learning woulda ya @rene
I might already have an account there .. let me check
No, not yet. I'm save ...
don't ever sign-up
:p I'm set to get smokey notifications about LL, so I'll probably use the feature sometime
otherwise I'll just ask bjb to sign up
We trust you ...
7:52 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword with email in answer, email in answer: Kenyan citizen refused Schengen visa from Sweden by lewis on travel.stackexchange.com
sd k
1 hour later…
8:58 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Panaxcea Brain Booster usually makes our high ten by owland on askubuntu.com (@kos)
^ what happens to a trolling kitty
and I believe that's a canon
9:17 AM
Now that's one of the weirdest spam edits I've seen... meta.stackexchange.com/review/suggested-edits/44717
@Telkitty yup. Here's another one for you:
I'm sure that those cats were more efficient than whatever those tanks fired back then..... D:
Firing trolls at your opponents? That's so like Trump ...
@Quill pretty sure that if it really exists, it won't work if the user got any reputation somewhere. ;)
@ShadowWizard yeah, for rene's rep it wouldn't work and it would alert the CMs
@Quill nah, more likely just throw error message back at you.
"can't destroy flower... flower too pretty"
9:23 AM
@Quill And if you try to destroy me?
@ShadowWizard "can't destroy wizard, SE's destroy spells are just as powerful as this user. we advise calling Harry Potter"
9:36 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: you are enthusiastic about the way by amnordixck pilk on security.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported question: From Where I Can Buy More Real Facebook Likes by Alexa Denie on webmasters.stackexchange.com
9:57 AM
jsfiddle is spammed?
Why spammed?
This is not legit?
@Quill The rene flower blurs when threatened.
@nicael no idea, it just popped out of nowhere, linking to some external site I've never heard about before. I don't intend to send it anything.
If it's some new fancy feature of jsfiddle, I would expect them to show it as a tip: "change your setting [explanation here]", not something so intrusive.
And in the very least, add some "what is this?" link in there.
10:12 AM
Q: AutoDownVote.SE - The new way to down-vote!

Narawa GamesAutoDownVote.SE is a browser extension that enables you to quickly down-vote every votable Stack Exchange post on the page with a single click. Options are available: only down-vote questions, only down-vote answers, down-vote both questions and answers, or automatically down-vote everything as ...

Haha :D
The option "blatantly off-topic; has nothing to do with Physics" is a bit of a lie... everything has to do with Physics.
bring it to meta ...
Following that reasoning all off-topic posts network-wide can be migrated to physics.se?
@Magisch so @rene is constantly threatened? That can't be good...
@ShadowWizard I'll use your wizardry and a smiting stick to let @Magisch disappear
10:39 AM
.@amali_d Who rules the world? Developers! Meet us at the most exciting Stack Overflow event of the year on June 21: http://bit.ly/1UxF8JH
Delusions galore.
@rene sure thing!
@soup who is amali d?
Why don't I get the SA noty's in the dropdown?..
What The Bug?
10:55 AM
@ShadowWizard A London-based CEO; looks like the SO account is cold-tweeting such people about the event.
Q: Should Stack Apps ban apps which encourage ban-worthy behaviour?

ZakReferencing This App in particular. It's an App that allows you to auto-downvote every downvote-able thing on any SE page. I have 2 questions. 1) Does that app actually violate the SE Terms of Service? 2) If it does not, should it be banned anyway for "encouraging unwanted behaviour" (or simil...

@nicael maybe because stackapps is special?
@soup huh, makes sense.
@rene It's not always that special. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't.
@Quill The script at least has an invocation button. Still better than going Bowerick Wowbagger on the entire contents of the site.
11:05 AM
@nicael I suspect it got its own synch, separate from all other sites. So when the synch breaks...
The most recent entry is "A little illustration for a team collaboration page."
No. Downvoting every post isn't bannable and moderators don't have tools to allow them to know, as it should be. Dowvoting all posts is not serial downvoting. There is nothing wrong with the app staying, voting on it is enough. — bjb568 is not a pebble 27 secs ago
11:19 AM
@bjb568isnotapebble Why do cats like arguments?
It's an age-related thing.
o.0 bjb goes off
I thought it'd change the opinion if it had been upvoting all posts instead, but both actions are problematic since it skews post score (= quality) of the site.
11:58 AM
Because cats are born with sharp teeth and claws?
What else would cats use those on?
An hisssssssssing creeper is scared away if a ocelot/cat comes near. So, what is an hissssssssing @bjb568 scared off?
I have a fan ...
who uses fan nowadays, most people have air conditioners :p
@Telkitty Air conditioners are too rough for flowers.
12:02 PM
fans aren't?
There's wind…
So, Nintendo has found a way to get me interested in the NX release date..
@rene sarcasm detected
Are you kidding me?
need to find the condition when a fan turns into a stalker
12:04 PM
Not because I am waiting for a something we don't know anything of... just because the Zelda WiiU will probably be released in the same time window.
@rene better than smelling you...
Yeah, just-in-time: I farted
@rene what did the comment say before being edited?
@rene flowers farts smells good too. :D
I am watching some horror ... why scared people always act in dim lights when frightened?
12:08 PM
@Telkitty horror movies always have dim lights.
I know ...
@ShadowWizard I dunno ...
> Dark/low level lighting – Low level lighting is very often used in horror films to create a creepy mysteriousatmosphere, as darkness is usually associated with evil.
Darkness also makes people feelmore vulnerable and threatened as they are unable to see as much and people fear the unseen and unknown. They also use many shadows.Use of low level lighting in our film opening- -We are filming most of our opening in the woods so the shade from the trees will make the lighting fairly low. - We are also going to use dark lighting in the flashbacks of Hannah, to add a dark and evil atmosphere.
12:10 PM
Who the heck does not turn on the light when scared if they can?
@TIPS lol
@Telkitty They usually try.
@Telkitty horror movies actors, of course
Another case is when the lights come and go.
@TIPS wtf is with this whole randomly-replacing-he-with-she thing? Apart from being meaningless and irritating, here she is used twice to refer to actual males which are sketched. If this is what gender equality means, it's a trivial pursuit not worth my consideration.
he, guys, and men are gender-neutral pronouns.
12:15 PM
and the victims never fight back against the vallains in horror movies
@bjb568isnotapebble Dude, I think you're gonna grow up to be a pedant.
@Telkitty teh villinz r 2 powrful ftw
Horror Movie: "I heard something! You stay here, I will go check"
Real World: "I heard something! I will stay here while you go check"
@Derpy Noice
Then there are the standard questions like "why did you kept a rusty chainsaw in your cupboard" or "why a car engine will never start up on the first try in an horror movie"
Why not, "I heard something! Let's go back...”
Yeah, and usually the weapon is placed in a convenient place to take
12:27 PM
@meatball When the soon-to-be-victim in an horror movie hears some roaring noises coming from the basement, he will go like "This dinosaur-like noises must clearly just be a cicada that somehow self materialized out of the dust in my basement. Let's go have a look!" and then proceed descending in the dark basement lighting the way with a pocket toy flashlight he just found in a pack of chips.
Even if you really though it was a cicada, did you really had to check?
@soup delusion is the foundation of the existence of humanity
@Derpy You forgot that first, a weird noise comes that doesn't sound like anything special.
ant is a very successful specie
@TIPS nope. It is worse when the noise is clearly something you don't want to meet the source of and they all go "Niiiiiceee! Let's go have a look" instead of "What was that?? IMOUTOFHEREEEEEE"
12:41 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer, offensive answer detected, repeating characters in answer: How to get PublishingRollupImage for page in Page library with REST and jQuery? by Ghost on sharepoint.stackexchange.com
@Telkitty some people expected it to be "kawaii"
1:16 PM
Q: Do sandwiches taste better when someone else makes them?

TIPSI'm a bit skeptical about the claim in this poster: Click for a larger version. It's apparently fairly widespread. The New York Times and Forbes are at least two sites mentioning this. Forbes links to two relevant studies; one is behind a paywall and the other (which seems to have contained t...

A better question would be: "Does soup taste better when someone else makes it?"
> leads to a 404
This is all about my names, isn't it?
Q: New Skeptics.SE Podcast

Sklivvz Wouldn't it be nice to have a bi-weekly podcast in which to chat about this site and its great answers? It would be nice, indeed! Larian and I are creating a podcast for skeptics.se. It will be aired every 2 weeks and will include discussion on the best questions and answers of the period, an...

1:33 PM
I asked a thing on Meta.SE
1:43 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in answer: Can Neem Leaves be taken directly (Azadirachta indica, Nimtree) by user4944 on health.stackexchange.com
how do you take a leaf
> I don't drink coffee, I take leaves my dear...
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in answer: Can sinus infections cause skin problems? by user4944 on health.stackexchange.com
> There will be a number of discrete projects you will lead on behalf of the CEO and the executive team.
1:57 PM
yesterday, by soup
Same for Finance, Sales, etc. So, if they ever decide to hire for an executive position, the job description will have "Look busy since 2008."
Came sooner than I expected... but they left the team description blank.
@soup rofl ... chief of staff, you mean personal assistance?
Ok, executive assistance, better now?
I met a IT personal working in a bank who called himself a banker and another accountant who told me that he worked in Tax last weekend
2:15 PM
A current CoS should become available soon, if Joel can wait a few months...
A secretary can be powerful too ... a company secretary that is ... >_<
or secretary of state
The White House Chief of Staff is the highest ranking employee of the White House. The position is a modern successor to the earlier role of the President's private secretary. The role was formalized as the Assistant to the President in 1946 and acquired its current name in 1961.
@Telkitty define "powerful"
I learn something new everyday ...
2:26 PM
@Telkitty why code format and not quote??
A company secretary is a senior position in a private sector company or public sector organisation, normally in the form of a managerial position or above. In large American and Canadian publicly listed corporations, a company secretary is typically named a corporate secretary or secretary. The company secretary is responsible for the efficient administration of a company, particularly with regard to ensuring compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements and for ensuring that decisions of the board of directors are implemented. Despite the name, the role is not a clerical or secretarial...
Well, my wife is a company secretary. So basically, @Telkitty is correct. They are powerful. :P
2:37 PM
If a bot is run by multiple people, can I accuse the bot for having multi-personality?
reminds me, I need to pay my company review fee before 25th this month
@Telkitty you don't generally acuse someone of have multiple personalities…
@soup capsicum, lemme grill you 🙀 🍵 💋
there is no capsicum in emoji ... or did I miss it?
> What you’ll get in return:
- Employees will never be poked with a sharp stick
2:52 PM
I just poke you with my beak
Is it sharp?
But the idea of the CoS position is to be poked instead of Joel.
@hichris123 don't think a beak can be blunt.
@ShadowWizard Well, you never know...
@hichris123 get hired and you'll find out
2:57 PM
blunt enough? :P
@Derpy hmm... you win! :D
But still, the beak here looks really sharp... ;)
@ShadowWizard that is clearly a sign that @bluefeet is actually an unicorn at heart.
"employees will never be poked with sharp sticks"
That had to be introduced after a ... situation
@bluefeet was that you?
Nope, that existed prior to me being hired
3:11 PM
It's just a joke of some sort.
@hichris123 Wait, wasn't that added after another developer was injured by @gracenote spines?
> You changed from if ( ... == false) to if (! ...) who doesn't really improve visibility since i could easily been overview.
Well, there's a mention in here in 2011:
3:14 PM
Jun 27 '11 at 12:21, by badp's sockpuppet
So long as they aren't poked with sharp sticks.
And Grace was hired a little after that: blog.stackoverflow.com/2011/08/…
@hichris123 and official mention in 2012:
Alex Miller on December 3, 2012
Welcome to Stack Exchange podcast #38 with Joel, Jay, David, and new special guest Will Cole, PM on the Careers team.  We're doing a deep dive into Careers today, as we have the launch of Careers in German coming up!
the Grace is a cactus after all. You need to be careful with cactus.
hmm.... maybe this is the source? It predates Stack Overflow itself...
> Since you have to poke at Windows Calculator with a stick, it doesn't have to be as fast as Excel.
Only one more reopen vote needed on stackoverflow.com/questions/2531969/…;.
3:27 PM
Don't really see how that is "too localized".
shrug it wasn't as highly scored when it was closed years ago. Also probably a "it's somewhere in the manual if you can find it" thing.
@SmokeDetector fp-
Ugh, this hasn't been deleted yet? Who are Alice and Bob?
@ShadowWizard I think it's a reference to a pretty old saying.
Note that the original poke in the eye with a burnt stick was given by Ulysses to the cyclops Polyphemus, blinding him, well before this expression arose in modern English. — Peter Shor Oct 20 '14 at 18:35
3:58 PM
Today's xkcd comic (Phishing License):
@soup out-of-context graph is the best context
1 hour later…
5:29 PM
Hola amigos.
5:43 PM
Como estan ustedes hoy?
I'm fine... but I don't speak (much) Spanish. How are you?
Muy bien!
Good to hear. Hm, Tavern's quite tonight.
Pareto: half of my rep comes from my top 10 answers (of 600 I've made). I wonder what that says about me.
Depends on how long you've been around, I think.
The older, more basic questions are seen the most... both because they're old and because they're basic.
5:51 PM
I've been active about 2.5 years?
Then I guess you just had a few really popular answers.
But I give very thorough treatments of the topics.
That helps.
I tend to edit my answers more frequently when they come to my attention.
Virtuous cycle for some, bad for others.
Having a look at your answers on SO. It's fun that you could answer the age-old question about yield in Python, when there were already so many answers, and yet get a very high score.
I guess being torough is the only way to make one's answer stand out in those cases.
5:56 PM
I also provide a critique of the top answer. I'm rather critical of it.
Wow... that top answer is still from one of the lucky ones who were on board early... over 7000 votes!
Big attention, probably a lot of links to it too.
Answers that are accepted tend to gather the most upvotes (regardless of quality). My top 2 answers didn't get nearly as many upvotes until they were "accepted" by the OP.
Does accepting boost a question to the front page, like editing does?
That means you should probably mentally discount accepted answers by some amount if you want to mentally rank them.
6:03 PM
I'd argue that accepting an asnwer should bump a question to the front page. Except the front page is already a pandemonium.
@SmokeDetector k
@SmokeDetector why
@S.L.Barth Post - Offensive keyword: shit
I don't watch the front page.
I do once in a while but not for long.
I've got some favorite tags and ignored tags to order the front page.
6:10 PM
I've kinda got an A/B test on terse but complete answers versus longer, more comprehensive/verbose answers.
The longer answer's score wins by 10:1.
Funny. You'd expect the quick and short answer to win out.
It doesn't.
I think the effect is that readers that read more have more time to think, "Have I upvoted this yet?"
Sometimes I get to just reading answers without voting. Kind-of a waste not to vote.
Depends... some answers deserve an upvote or a downvote. Others are just "meh".
The way I see it, my upvote means "this is worth reading" and the opposite for my downvote.
6:42 PM
I keep a tub of peanut butter and a jar of honey in my desk. When I want a sweet snack, I scrape a mostly full spoon of pb and drizzle a little honey on it, then nip at the spoon until I'm satisfied.
Naughty t9?
What could it possibly be...
Would the denezins of Crete be offended?
I just knew that 'cretin' is an offensive word (really)
"cretin pattern"? — Aaron Hall 2 mins ago
@AaronHall Spell check got me :) — zazvorniki 1 min ago
@AaronHall that's actually Cretan
6:51 PM
Tell zaz's conversational habits.
7:48 PM
How did this get so many upvotes?
Q: Generate NSDate from, day, month and year

minimalpopI'm trying to generate a NSDate from a month day and year (all in integer format). Right now my attempt is such: NSCalendar *calendar = [NSCalendar currentCalendar]; NSDateComponents *components = [[NSDateComponents alloc] init]; NSNumber *day = [dataSource valueForKey:@"day"]; NSNumber *month ...

@rene You know .net, right? What is your opinion on stackoverflow.com/questions/13089489/…?
damn oxford commas
that is a rather broad question.
i can explain how to use section but why is rather subjective.
some people never use it.
It seems like this explains it well though:
> @section is for defining a content are override from a shared view. Basically, it is a way for you to adjust your shared view (similar to a Master Page in Web Forms).
@Shog9 Obviously that's why 29 people upvoted a question that ended up being a typo...
"oooh, a superfluous comma, how cultured - must show respect!"
In all seriousness though, it's almost certainly scored as such because of the title
Folks google the title, find the question, steal the code, and then fix the typo.
8:04 PM
@hichris123 yeah, that's "what they do", it's not "why you use them"
reasons to use them are things like "I want to be able to inject script or CSS at random places" or "I want to partition my pages into multiple content areas" or whatever
@hichris123 maybe a bit broad but I don't think I would have closed it.
8:19 PM
@KutuluMike Hmm yeah that bit is a bit open ended.
Q: I should be allowed to answer closed questions

BorodinToo many times I have read a question and gone away to write and test a solution, only to come back to find that the question has been suspended, usually because it is unclear what you're asking or too broad The problem is often that the post has been made by a non-native English speaker, so I w...

@hichris123 LOL
> Given Stack Overflow's renowned failure to properly resurrect old posts, even if the question is changed beyond all recognition
That assessment is kinda true. There are several old posts that I've looked through yesterday and today that either shouldn't have been closed, or were edited after they were closed but the task was thrown out of the Reopen Votes queue.
The answer from Shog9 makes me again aware that I'm not active enough to get a gold badge ...
@hichris123 In SOCVR we have Yam that for our cv-pls keeps tracks of edits so we can re-open if warranted
@rene Reminds me that I still need to get to 10k...
you work on that ...
8:29 PM
@rene Unfortunately I've seen quite a few [cv-pls]s that shouldn't be closed in the first place...
sure, not everyone has the same idea about what is salvageable and what not
But then they end up closed. :/
The same happens in the CVQ. In the SOCVR we have the option to challenge cv-pls that are not right. At least, that is the idea ...
Reality is something else ...
8:44 PM
Yeah... I think your judgement is usually correct @rene but I'm afraid when you have a group like that... it's really hard to control.
Yeah, I would love to have some more people in there that want to help the less experienced a bit
Less experienced... as in new users or people new to the room?
People new to moderation
The hardest part is to let them not use their powers ;)
As a mod yourself you know, right?
Yeah. It's especially hard because there are no hard rules, you just play loose and go with your gut.
@hichris123 Exactly, so you have to be flexible based on context
8:56 PM
But how can you teach that? It's more of a personal opinion than anything really.
Leading by example would work, if the group accepts you as a leader that is ...
Everyone looks up to a flower. :)
I don't think that is true but for others, sure.
9:16 PM
I refuse to mod-flag a comment to explain why something is obsolete. Or are comment flags also handled in isolation without context?
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in answer: Physically Identify the failed hard drive by Tomas Underwood on serverfault.com
sd k
9:33 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Mostly non-Latin answer: Using Univariate ANOVA with non-normally distributed data by user120137 on stats.stackexchange.com
9:46 PM
OK, I'm rep-capped at MSE, you can hold your votes now till 0:00 UTC, thank you.
Yeah, I had another lucky shot ...
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