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1:22 AM
 
@Feeds and that's when they start attacking the brains
 
Rob
1:47 AM
@Feeds - Important oversight: TP. Outstanding observation: rise of the plastic things.
 
 
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4:46 AM
Ben Popper on March 31, 2020
This podcast is meant to reach the Stack community, so we thought it would be great to have some of the moderators who help keep our communities running come on the show and chat about what they do and what they are seeing.
 
 
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7:02 AM
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7:43 AM
@Feeds having quite a difficult time distinguishing who's who while listening to this
 
@Mithical Well that they said its meant to reach the Stack (Exchange) community shows a little.. wassname
that they realise very few people would listen to the podcast otherwise :D
 
 
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11:28 AM
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11:55 AM
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12:17 PM
> When we looked into the data, we found most of it (85% of all “other” responses) fell into one of three groups: negative feedback about Stack Overflow company/leadership, concerns around issues happening in the community, and lastly, general community concerns.
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@Mithical TL;DR; "I'm sorry but I can't say that out loud or we'll get sued"
@M.A.R. to the cynical eye, this is admission of lying
Thank God I'm not a cynical person at all
I prefer the term "realist"
@ShadowWizardisEarForYou How's your PM doing
 
Hey guys, something strange is happening, my avatar changes without my permission. I just updated my profile text
my avatar should be blue and not green
 
@rekire there's some wierdness going on in gravatar
 
Well - as much as any other user. I'm only a mod here ;)
 
Well you have access to that hidden mod page which I don't have :-D
I guess in that case I need to wait
 
12:34 PM
@rekire I guess it's the same problem that's affecting tripleee: meta.stackexchange.com/q/345627/334566
 
@rekire don't be lulled by his innocence. I'm pretty sure he's behind all of this
 
@M.A.R. likely...
@PM2Ring looks familar
 
12:48 PM
mightbe something like identicon vs. gravatar
 
12:59 PM
shoulda delayed the darkmode thing by one day
 
@user400654 apparently the AFD prank is related to darm mode :D
 
 
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2:14 PM
k I've moved my avatar to uploaded image
now we wait...
yey
 
@djsmiley2kStaysInside cheers!
@M.A.R. lies as usual. Tested negative for Corona.
 
@ShadowWizardisEarForYou yay, normal is good
Even if it's bad
If he's being unpredictable, you should worry
 
2:29 PM
@M.A.R. yeah, like prison life.
My 9 y/o keeps complaining she's in prison.
@M.A.R. he is, indirectly since he's being led by others.
So can't know what "expert" will be next to give advice he'll follow.
 
2:44 PM
@M.A.R so did you finish already?
Anyway not all is bad... There is bed too...
:D
 
also minecraft
started a skyfactory 4
 
 
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3:58 PM
Aaron Shekey on March 31, 2020
On March 30, 2020, we enabled folks to opt into a beta dark mode on Stack Overflow. Let’s talk about the work that went into it.
 
4:18 PM
Another uptick in the off-topic question flood on MSE.
 
 
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Rob
6:05 PM
 
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7:09 PM
@Rob why are the letters shooting lasers at that . . . thing
@Magisch mustard is overrated
What did he analyze this time?
 
Rob
8:05 PM
Gravitar (working title Lunar Battle) is a color vector graphics arcade game released by Atari, Inc. in 1982. Using the same "rotate-and-thrust" controls as Asteroids and Space Duel, the game was known for its high level of difficulty. It was the first of over twenty games (including the 1983 Star Wars) Mike Hally designed and produced for Atari. The main programmer was Rich Adam and the cabinet art was designed by Brad Chaboya. Over 5,427 cabinets were produced. An Atari 2600 version, ported by Dan Hitchens, was published by Atari in 1983. == Gameplay == The player controls a small blue spacecraft...
 

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