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user315433
12:06 AM
An idea for rep-farming by suggested edits without knowing anything about the site: change the links from mobile Wikipedia articles to normal ones.
 
12:23 AM
Hello Meta-heads
 
12:40 AM
That looks like the 2000's called and want reparations from our eyeballs in blood
 
1:23 AM
@JamesENL Meta-heads? Is that when a person's head is meta?
 
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@hichris123 It's something to do with git, I don't quite understand it
 
1:52 AM
@JamesENL you forgot the L, it should be metal-heads
 
2:26 AM
Apparently I was late to this discussion
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Q: Include questions from Meta SE in the "Hot Network Questions." (Or in the Community Bulletin network-wide)

FiksdalI've never seen a question from Meta included in the "Hot Network Questions." I'm talking about the site I'm posting this very question to, not site-specific Metas. If Meta SE is currently excluded, then I suggest that it should be included. (Edit: Or Patrick's suggestion in his answer, which ...

Last time I remember, I asked (here? but I couldn't find) if I should suggest some active users on regular sites to participate in/read MSE, but I believed I got 'no' for the answer.
I forgot the reason though (or there's no reason)
 
user315433
Meh. They don't have a reason to, and being asked to do something without a reason is annoying.
 
Agree, and I thought it's similar to the proposal there. But apparently it's different.
 
2:42 AM
Don't worry about Angular modules being project debt, Angular is a project debt
 
3:04 AM
@RobertHarvey aye aye captain 😊👍🏻 — user2795471 19 hours ago
oh god the emojis
 
 
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user202362
6:37 AM
@Bookend tragic love stories, I could think of so many ... 1) a 14 yo & 15 yo fell in love at the first sight (filling in the romantic details here), then the 14 yo died in the sleep of old age the next morning because 14 yo was a cat, so was the 15 yo 2) a princess fell deeply and madly in love with a guy (filling in the romantic details here), then one day she found out that she lived in a simulation with only 17 other real people in the simulation. The guy was only part of the simulation.
 
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7:05 AM
@Quill did you apply?
 
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@Telkitty you're a wasted talent... ;-)
@Derpy 100% genius idea. Are you recruiting?
 
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7:16 AM
hihi... but... really... If I am to suppose that I would be able to optimize my "walks" to carry multiple smartphones on the same route ... and considering that the game seem to detect walk speeds up to 30km/h.... one could easily grab an electric skateboard and have fun running around while getting some decent money.
 
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Bonus point if you live in some country-side area so that you would be able to go "running" in a more natural environment.
 
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@ShadowWizard probably not going to
 
7:32 AM
@Telkitty Two teenagers fell in love while begin trapped in a simulation, then they adopt an npc as their own child. They escape the simulation and discover that they practically live side by side but have never ever meet before (probably both of them just play mmorpg all day and never get out)
Wait, this may be already taken by SAO....
 
@Derpy lol
 
Oh hey HyperDev sent me some stickers :3
 
7:51 AM
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user202362
lol
 
user202362
Jun 14 at 23:15, by Quill
> Hi Quill,
Thanks for getting back to us!
We really appreciate your interest and support, and we'll get some goodies out in the mail for you shortly :)
If you like swag (and who doesn't?), you should know that entries are still open for the first HyperDev coding challenge. Details on this, and upcoming events, can be found on our blog:
- https://hyperdev.com/blog/developer-contest-get-back-nature/
 
user202362
because of this?
 
user202362
My amazing ability at digging up old dirt :p
 
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8:39 AM
@Telkitty yeah
 
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9:08 AM
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user202362
9:30 AM
user image
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Kittehs :D
 
{ status: 'not ponies' , action: 'ignore' }
 
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@Derpy personal experience? ;)
 
9:46 AM
@SmokeDetector k
your damaged what?
I hate it when things are left to my imagination....
 
user202362
 
user202362
❤️ 💛 💙 💜🍓 🍒 🍑 💕 💞 💓 💗 💖 💘 💝
 
user202362
love story with happy ending:
 
user202362
 
@rene hair
Though it doesn't mention what hair.
 
9:56 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected, repeating characters in answer: Why are there Naruto posters in Naruto Shippuden? by user26135 on anime.stackexchange.com
 
@ShadowWizard Read row just under that. Or ask Droid about Sword Art Online. That is basically the plot :P
 
@Sha hmm. You will be killed once you are in Den.
 
@ShadowWizard isn't that more a concern for woman?
Or is this rude/abusive?
In that case, my apologies
 
@berserk Den? What Den? hides
@rene men care much more about their hair than women, in my opinion when it comes to damage. They spend billions of dollars all over the world to avoid becoming bald.... :D
(which of course is all a scam, there's no cure for losing hair...)
 
@ShadowWizard waiting for you there... with a smiting stick of course...
 
10:07 AM
One does not simply take care of his mane.
 
?
oh wait...
 
The mane is the hair that grows from the top of the neck of a horse or other equine, reaching from the poll to the withers, and includes the forelock or foretop. It is thicker and coarser than the rest of the horse's coat, and naturally grows to roughly cover the neck. Heredity plays a role, giving some horses a longer, thicker mane, and others a shorter, thinner one. Some horses, such as those used in circuses or in mounted displays such as Cavalia, have manes allowed to grow down to their knees. Others have their manes deliberately shaved completely off for style or practical purposes. Wh...
@ShadowWizard And before you raise your hopes, "his" is used just because rene was talking about men.
 
lol
No worry @Derpy I don't really have any hope. Your gender identity is safe! :D
 
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10:47 AM
!!/notify 89 android.stackexchange.com
 
@meatball You'll now get pings from me if I report a post on android.stackexchange.com, in room 89 on chat.meta.stackexchange.com
 
11:04 AM
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12:19 PM
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12:43 PM
Any folks around who can clarify what the deal is with this bounty?
 
@E.P. it is a NULL bounty ... ?
@E.P. based on SEDE I would say it was started but never awarded.
Bountyamount is null. The timeline does have the event though: mathoverflow.net/posts/959/timeline
Maybe some UI quirck/bug in 2009 allowed you to start a bounty for no rep?
Could also be that MathOverflow had/has different bounty rules.
seems to be happening more often based on the second resultset in the SEDE query
 
@rene I suspect it's to do with the MO migration to SE 2.0
 
1:00 PM
If votetypeid =9 and bountyamount is null it means there was no bounty winner. Votettypeid = 8 with a null value is strange and could indeed be an migration effect.
 
No meta post about that issue yet.
 
All bounties on DevDoodle are non-null.
 
And non-awardable.
 
@bjb568 flags repeat spam offender
 
1:05 PM
Go home, @Feeds. You're drunk.
 
In check out our new Stack Exchange Data Explorer, designed to make it easy to query and browse the public data we periodically release for all Stack Exchange sites., how should I read new? What is new about it, except it got a tutorial added?
 
user202362
why is @bjb taking a no paid internship then spams the tavern with DevDoodle stuff? :p
 
user310756
is shog or anyone else around who can do an across site account suspension?
 
1:20 PM
@Yvette summons the @Shog
 
user310756
@bjb568 we need a site wide temporary account suspension on this user webapps.stackexchange.com/users/127102/rahul-mookooji they are on a rampage and going from site to site as they are suspended @Shog9 @Oded thanks
 
user315433
SE 1.0 rules for bounties were messed up... Bounty award was tied to accepting an answer. If a bounty was not successful, one couldn't ever accept an answer to that question. (Or start another bounty on it). There were also bounties of 550 points. I imagine migrating all that was difficult.
 
user315433
When pinging Shog at 7:20 of his local time, one can never know who'll end up suspended.
3
 
user202362
people have been pinging the pocket piglet all around the clock
 
user310756
I assume he sets his notifications to silent.
 
user202362
1:29 PM
flight mode
 
user315433
His alarm clock has "suspend" button right next to "snooze".
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user202362
suspend the clock? you beauty
 
btw @Yvette, you can usually ask one of the diamond users in CHQ and we can ask around for you ;-)
 
user310756
@Quill ah thanks Quill :) the user's been going from one site to the next, I've been mod flagging as I go, but it would've been easier to suspend all of them at once. Jon Clements helped out in socvr, but I suspect the user will now appear on that last two remaining accounts that are not suspended.
 
user310756
@Bookend haha I like that
 
1:39 PM
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> #Skills & Requirements
Angular.js experience (including directives!)
ASP.NET WebForms
SQL Server T-SQL experience (some of the HTML comes from the DB)
I couldn't have closed it faster
 
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this looks good + relevant
 
user202362
We're looking for curious developers with a sharp eye for JavaScript
 
user202362
also I need to stop being click baited
 
1:50 PM
Are there policies against job listings in languages besides English?
we need an on-topic guide for SO Jobs
 
> It requires approval forums and news. The good part with a free schedule. Hourly pay 280 rubles per hour. Write to an email: <email>
 
user315433
Yes, and was first spam-flagged by me in May 2015.
 
user315433
May 16 '15 at 3:26, by user259867
SPAM http://rus.stackexchange.com/a/28702/176592 (in Russian)
 
user315433
Gaming is up to 1.1M daily uniques from the stable level of ~250M. Where will it top out? quantcast.com/gaming.stackexchange.com#/trafficCard
 
user202362
I forgot how many cats you have ... more than 2? @Bookend
 
user315433
2:23 PM
For context: all *.stackexchange.com currently combine for 4M daily uniques (and reached this mark on July 11 for the first time ever)
 
2:38 PM
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user315433
Marius of Magento fame is running in Puzzling election
 
3:48 PM
Wooohoo, I'm back! 2-factor authentication is great ... until your mobile provider has a major failure and you are no longer able to receive SMS messages. :D
 
@Bart Hullo, back! 2-factor authentication is great ... until your mobile provider has a major failure and you are no longer able to receive SMS messages. :D! What a long name
 
4:07 PM
... did you just make a dad-joke? Sigh ...
 
@Bart Bit too early for me, innit
 
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@Bart so ... what did you do while you couldn't actively participate here? You didn't do ...work ... right?
 
I did ... I didn't like it. Got into code generation from assemblies. Figured out the unique Ids unity assigns to objects are only per-session. Wrote my own persistent id generation ... I was ... productive ... blegh
 
Eeew, good to have you back! Don't let that happen again...
 
4:22 PM
@rene I suspect @Bart is communicating only with SMS. No SMS, he's off. :D
 
Can SEDE be used to find average time to reopen?
 
@Andy yes
 
I used to communicate using smoke signals @ShadowWizard, but lighting myself on fire proved to be too much after a while.
 
@Andy Posthistory has those events
 
Any chance you already that query @rene?
Ah, ok. I'll go dig through there then. Thank you
 
4:23 PM
@Andy hold on, let me check
 
@Bart so, you're the pre-historic Smoke Detector?
 
@Andy how is this?
 
@ShadowWizard pre-historic? You're calling me old?
 
@Bart old?? No! You're well preserved. ;)
 
@Bart He's calling you old.
 
4:28 PM
He's not wrong though
 
@rene I think I can find what I want based off that.
Thank you
 
@Bart is older than anyone else here. He's eternal.
 
I think @rene has me beat. But at least I'm wise beyond my years ... so much so in fact that it wrapped around.
 
:D
@Andy something like this?
 
That is perfect
 
4:35 PM
No, it is not because it is skewed for questions that were opened/closed multiple times
 
meh. It's perfect for the number I wanted.
yay! Bias!
 
Hello People
 
where?
 
Also hello to you dutch flower
 
\o
 
4:43 PM
I have to learn PHP
 
Oh, that is sad
 
Really sad
 
My company wants to port our gigantic main application (currently in Ms access 2003) to PHP
 
from crap to other crap?
 
Well
This has to run on win98 and the latest OS'es for at least another 8 years
 
4:48 PM
Ohhhh, OKay
@Magisch you might want to look into hacklang.
they claim backward compat for php
but it uses modern programming language constructs
I never used it my self but I know of it because Erik Meijer worked on it and I followed his videos on Channel9 while he still worked at Micorosoft
 
 
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user315433
5:57 PM
Music: Practice & Theory got a cool new feature: ABCjs integration enabled on meta. For comparison, the source of the sample post.
 
user315433
I Hope That The Title-Cased Blog Post Will Not Stay In The Sidebar For Too Long.
 
user315433
Its title is a complete sentence, too.
 
6:20 PM
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user315433
7:36 PM
Why do I dislike Chat so much? by Mari-Lou A on meta.english.stackexchange.com
 
@Magisch holy fuck, how is that company not yet out of business? are there even chipset drivers etc. compatible with win98 for any somewhat recent hardware?
 
@Bookend gawd
ELU people sometimes sound like kids with PhD's
 
user315433
8:09 PM
Tuesday came and went, and neither Monero nor AI went to private beta.
 
user315433
Incidentally, I've got two fresh ideas for Area 51 proposals: Language Building and Community Learning.
 
@Bookend Apparently building everything these days gets a site for itself.
 
no WorldHacks? Disappoint.
 
user315433
@TIPS Ah yes. Building Building, a site for civil engineers.
 
BB is way better than EE.
It allows for more puns.
And . . . other . . . things
 
user315433
8:18 PM
My day in the office: Fire alarm -> left the building -> alarm silent -> return -> alarm sounds again -> left -> silent -> staying outside with a laptop -> alarm again.
 
@Bookend last time I had a firealarm at the workplace: i.stack.imgur.com/W8SeW.png
 
8:43 PM
@Bookend we need a Q&A website building site
I'd love to watch that rep race between shog and bjb
I just got an email from "Overflow Stack"
 
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@Quill Is the stack in overflow?
 
Maybe you could bang in morse code on the door? — Tyler Durden 6 hours ago
 
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9:48 PM
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10:12 PM
While the site performs well, I don't understand why users feel the need to leave comments like these:
I am Asaf Karagila, and I endorse everything said here. — Asaf Karagila Jun 26 at 8:34
give someone a prefix and 6 digits of reputation and all of a sudden they think they're a god
 
user315433
Asaf invested a lot in the informal moderation of that site, for a longer period of time than any other user I know.
 
user315433
@Quill I don't understand why users feel the need to leave chat messages like these.
 
because complaining about things is fun
 
 
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user202362
11:43 PM
!!/coffee cake brekky
 
@Telkitty brews coffee for @Telkitty
 

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