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1:01 AM
@Rob I wonder who is the account with the most questions on SO
maybe there a SEDE query for this already? what do you think? @rene
 
Rob
uhoh has a lot on Space.SE - it's often a subject of discussion. SEDE has a low quality search, that might find a query; after sorting through the dozens of duplicates with slight or no modification (but the same title).
 
@Rob I see, that's interesting yeah. Didn't know this bit about SEDE though :O
 
@Rob nice, thanks!
Blankman seems to be the one with the most questions...hmm
 
 
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Rob
2:56 AM
Blankman is not fullman.
 
That last SD report sounds like it was written by a neural net...well-structured English, but makes zero sense.
 
 
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Rob
4:12 AM
^^ Read it in 'Markdown Mode' - Some of the sentences are headings for the following paragraphs, and a few of the paragraphs have translation / grammatical errors.
 
@RyanM That doesn't require any AI...it's a simple algorithm called Markov chaining
 
4:29 AM
Flack Overstow to the rescue...
 
 
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7:57 AM
@TechExpertWizard yes, p & p
@Tinkeringbell and if you're a dentist? ;)
@TechExpertWizard as caused by my pings many times.... ;)
@Rob well possible in theory (if post with 3+ score deleted after 90+ days you keep the rep) but never seen such case.
@Tinkeringbell look at your window watching the stars? :D
@DavidPostill oh, great minds think alike.... ^ :D
 
8:18 AM
@SonictheCuriouserHedgehog It's too coherent. It remembers what it's talking about between sentences and keeps talking about the same thing. Markov chains veer off randomly between subjects, because they only remember the last handful of words.
 
Rob
8:54 AM
@ShadowWizardisVaccinating I spent some time looking but couldn't find the example. Someone with a few hundred K has a prize coming, with no visible posts.
^ That's what the M is for. ;)
 
@Rob on MSE? My point is no rep on MSE being meta site. If one have lots of rep on main site, even if without visible posts, it means they did have something really useful, so they deserve swag.
 
Rob
Nah, SO.
 
9:12 AM
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10:14 AM
@ShadowWizardisVaccinating Wouter Peelen
 
10:27 AM
@ShadowWizardisVaccinating eh. That would mean meta posts have no value 😁
I would argue though that good meta posts are useful, and we ought to perhaps find a way to reward active site meta users
 
11:09 AM
I tried several times to find a post with the rules on maximum number of network site where you can have an account and under what conditions one of your accounts is deleted. I saw the post once but was never able to find it again. Can someone link me to it please?
 
@bad_coder That was one post?
Do you remember how long ago you saw it? It honestly sounds like something that may be deleted because the first question is just nonsense, there's no such maximum except running out of sites to join ;)
 
11:29 AM
@bad_coder for the former... All the sites
 
@Tinkeringbell well, it must have been the first quarter of last year. The thing is, I had an account on the German language site, and at one point it was automatically deleted (I don't know if it was for lack of activity). At that time I tried to understand why, and apparently this happens for accounts under a certain rep or activity threshold. What I understood was that if you reach a certain rep, you can just join more sites, but if you keep at 1 rep without activity you account gets deleted.
 
Ah, I think I know your post!
 
@Tinkeringbell again, this did happen to me on German language site. (There must have been some reason for it.)
 
@Tinkeringbell let me see...
 
11:45 AM
Huh? @sha? What? By the way, you should come over to our café now ;)
 
@Tinkeringbell this was exactly the post I was searching for, thank you for finding it.
 
You're welcome! :)
(I knew where it was because someone else had been looking for it just a while back XD)
 
12:26 PM
@Rob male model? Nah, not in my window.
 
@sha You should come over to our cafe now πŸ˜‰
 
@JourneymanGeek well, value in different sense than actual Q&A :)
@TechExpertWizard sorry lol still no time
 
@sha Um, why?? Today's the day you should come πŸ˜‰
 
@TechExpertWizard reasons ;)
 
@sha OK, but please be sure to come later today πŸ˜‰
 
12:27 PM
@JourneymanGeek you mean per-site meta? They have badges and good internal feeling. :D
Like eating a good hot soup.
@TechExpertWizard I know, or else no RO for me. ;)
@TechExpertWizard Huh what?
 
@sha Sorry, that was an earlier message πŸ˜‰
@ShadowWizardisVaccinating Yeah lol
 
@TechExpertWizard so you should reply so there is context, @Journeyman also often don't reply and I don't know what he was replying to.... ;)
 
@sha But pings are always directed to the last message you sent, right? πŸ˜‰
 
@TechExpertWizard not exactly
 
@sha Oh. Anyways, thanks, well then goodbye everyone! πŸ˜‰
 
12:33 PM
Just a ping doesn't direct anywhere, and impossible to really know what it was about
@Catija FIA. Thanks.
(usually I don't intervene, but that one happen to have very low quality posts, so would be better to have them gone.)
 
1:09 PM
@ShadowWizardisVaccinating they gave me some free accepted flags by posting garbage comments :)
Less then 50 flags to go for that badge xD
 
@Luuklag huh, didn't see comments actually, just answer and question.
 
1:27 PM
Pony the Tony
 
Rob
2:03 PM
Penny the tenny.
 
 
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4:40 PM
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5:07 PM
Nice cleanup!
 
 
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7:35 PM
@SonictheCuriouserHedgehog Geek ate it.
 
chewing noises
 
@JourneymanGeek Do you swallow before you chew?
 
No?
No one does.
if you did you wouldn't chew at all
 
Well, cows do...but as far as I'm aware, cows don't eat spammers
 
you need to upgrade your cows
 
7:55 PM
Pretty sure cows chew, then swallow then chew then,....
They are also thoughtful creature... since they.... ruminate a lot
 
8:10 PM
@JourneymanGeek Ah, so that's why dumb people are also called stupid cows...
 
@Tinkeringbell cows are smart. Smart enough not to let you know
 
Cows are terrifying.
But horses are worse.
 
@JourneymanGeek I guess it's not working then, seeing how easily they're killed for food. How much more time do they need to plan a new world order if they're that smart?
 
@Tinkeringbell Are you kidding? They've nailed coexistence - made our entire society so dependent on them that we will guarantee the continued existence of their species with no effort on their part.
 
@ArtOfCode Nah. They're farting noxious gasses and poisoning the environment, so while it might not happen in my lifetime, I do see a time where cows will be forbidden as food.
 
8:24 PM
@Tinkeringbell From the data I can find, livestock (all livestock, not just cows) emissions are responsible for about 2% of global warming. There are far bigger problems we have to solve first.
(Wikipedia reckons methane is about 9% worst case; Nat Geo says human emissions (inc farming) are about two-thirds of that, and livestock is 40% of that. 0.09*0.66*0.4 = 0.02376)
 
That's less bad then the news makes it seem here then.
 
8:51 PM
I guess I'm happy now I read that this summer, so I now know what that quote is from ;)
 
Rob
9:34 PM
@Tinkeringbell Don't forget the Longhorn powered car.
 
9:55 PM
@Rob Is it steering the truck?
 
Rob
@DavidPostill It is a passenger in a modified poolice car:
 
10:14 PM
You missed the clearly signpost pun :)
 
10:41 PM
Hm, weird bug.
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A: How is Sandboxing implemented?

forestWell this answer ended up fairly long, but sandboxing is a huge topic. At its most basic, sandboxing is a technique to minimize the effect a program will have on the rest of the systems in the case of malice or malfunction. This can be for testing or for enhancing the security of a system. The re...

Do the headers e.g. "#Seccomp" not appear as bold headers to you?
I just edited this (added https links) and the headers just... changed.
I fixed it by adding a space between the "#" and the text, but it didn't used to need that.
 

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