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10:06 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected: answer me people i have asked a question by Landon Carter on mathoverflow.net

@SmokeDetector tpu

@bummi Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.

Noticed user has over 1k on maths.se...

that account looks to be compromised

10:21 AM
one of you two should report the suspected compromise

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Brain with the essential brain vitamins like? by aotokud Fdoe on askubuntu.com

@SmokeDetector tpu

@bummi Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.

10:23 AM
@bummi I flagged other here maybe ping @Oded ...

fine

gone

10:46 AM

@vaultah downvoted instead of close vote

11:03 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, blacklisted website: Fitness Made Fun With These Simple Tips by telli hong on meta.stackexchange.com

@SmokeDetector tpu

@bummi Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.

gone

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Feel the Power Beaming your Muscle by sidney fegan on superuser.com

11:05 AM
@SmokeDetector tpu

@bummi Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Different Male Enhancement Products by sidney fegan on academia.stackexchange.com

@SmokeDetector tpu ;) new there

@bummi Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Feel the Power Beaming your Muscle by sidney fegan on ham.stackexchange.com

@SmokeDetector tpu of course

@bummi Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: What Male Enhancement is Best for You by sidney fegan on android.stackexchange.com

11:09 AM
Uh

@SmokeDetector tpu

@bummi Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Different Male Enhancement Products by sidney fegan on anime.stackexchange.com

@SmokeDetector tpu how to catch those ?

@bummi Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.

11:12 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Get the Most Ideas About Male Enhancement Pills by sidney fegan on arduino.stackexchange.com

@SmokeDetector tpu (auto mode needed)

@bummi Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.

11:29 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: What Male Enhancement is Best for You by sidney fegan on bicycles.stackexchange.com

@SmokeDetector tpu

@bummi Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.

beat me to it

something wrong in the way to beg shog to nuke the account ?

http://stackoverflow.com/q/30274886/2173917

11:33 AM
@bummi I don't think so but he is fast a sleep at the moment

@rene since the chat is sure monitored by mods or the team, further calls will be useless?

http://stackoverflow.com/q/5646873/2173917

I guess so, if Oded is not around or balpha there no other devs in our timezone. Maybe Tim Post is still awake

earth should be flat

Isn't it?

11:44 AM
@Shog9 Damn it, I cannot wait: today I’m putting my tomatoes in, weather be damned. My next-door neighbor lost his entire garden for having put it in right before our snow-cursed Mothers Day.

netherlands ... yes
@tchrist side beat for me?

[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website, url in title: http://www.supplementsdeal.com/testerect/ by brian bron on english.stackexchange.com

@SmokeDetector tpu

@bummi Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.

11:52 AM
@jnat can you please check my flag here

@rene Kinda running, sorry. I can have a look later, unless someone else takes care of it first ;)

OK, tnx

12:15 PM
@rene It isn't back to normal, I lost 185 points and nicael got suspended.

@InfiniteRecursion The suspension was warranted I guess, I'm sorry for the loss of rep , didn't check on that...

[ SmokeDetector ] Nested quote blocks in body: Range Query to calculate number of Balanced Strings by Nakshatra on stackoverflow.com

@JasonC yeah, that was ridiculous

@SmokeDetector ignore

12:27 PM
I would understand if there was some coordinated effort so everything is patched evently... but not afraid of losing users
I mean, they could even gain users since their browser is more secure

@Braiam ¿Usuarios sueltos? :)
I think you want perdidos there. :)
Just teasing.

@tchrist I always have problems counting ooooooooo´s

No matter how many zeroes you add up, it amounts to the same answer in the end. :)
Be sure to cry havoc when loosing the dogs.
Or even letting them slip.

At least I won´t let them out

Loose dogs will get you a ticket; loose women merely a trip to the doctor.
@rene I’m guessing the O(n log-n) requirement is going to rule out a grep-style backtracking solution. :)

12:39 PM
any spam alive?

1 hour later…
1:54 PM
http://stackoverflow.com/q/30276513/2173917

gone

2:23 PM
@Braiam What was ridiculous?

@SmokeDetector fpu

@ProgramFOX Registered question as false positive, whitelisted user and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.

@JasonC too lazy to reply to the exact message... the thing about RC4

@Braiam Oh yeah.
Very much rage.

2:55 PM
Anybody try this out yet? visualstudio.com/products/code-vs

@Mooseman yes it works great
it's only in preview though

Because Microsoft is totally a kind of company that would come up with a brilliant product then make the stable builds subscription based :)

lol
> You may obtain the complete corresponding source code from us if and as required under the relevant open source licenses by sending a money order or check for $5.00 to: Source Code Compliance Team, Microsoft Corporation, 1 Microsoft Way, Redmond, WA 98052 USA. I'll have to play around with VSC more later, but it may get me away from NP++... @Mooseman It's basically just Atom... 3:06 PM ^ Its debugger doesn't work. [ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected: Terminal Condition in Pontryagin Maximization by CattleN on math.stackexchange.com @Mooseman Whoa what is that? I've been out of the VS loop since 2010. It kind of looks like VS for ADD programmers. [ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: (1)-844-780-6762, Aol technical support phone number ,Aol technical support number by Hari on stackoverflow.com @SmokeDetector @SmokeDetector tpu @JasonC Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'. 3:18 PM I kind of want to start doing more web development just because of all the fancy tools you guys have. @SmokeDetector fpu @hichris123 Registered question as false positive, whitelisted user and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'. 3:32 PM [ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected: 4% to 60% after a One Second Plugged in charge? by MarkSayon on android.stackexchange.com Hit 1k on SO :) 2 user259867 3:51 PM > top 3% this month user259867 (The percentages include only users with 200+ rep; otherwise everyone would be in top 0.01% or so) 4:12 PM Bug? I thought users with <20 rep got generic avatar in chat? They do unless they don't. 2 4:39 PM I really hope the next/previous question arrows are helpful to find questions to close. The close review queue is helpful to find questions to close. If you're itching to spend some votes. user259867 Apr 27 at 1:15, by hichris123 @tchrist I hit 2k CV queue reviews and then decided not to use the CV queue anymore. @JasonC SEDE is even better. Come on smokey get with it Smokey is slowwww 4:53 PM Does SO have a "random question" button? That could be a good way to find a question to close. user259867 @JasonC Not all SO questions are fed into /realtime websockets. The spam on SO has a decent chance of not being seen by Smokey. ill feed questions into ur moms /realtime websockets curious what will happen here meta.stackexchange.com/q/256557/201151 @bummi A bunch of annoying comment discussion, degenerating into defensive rants, followed by everybody forgetting about it and no end effect. Not much to be curious about. @Yes Likely it. What was the title? user259867 4:59 PM @hichris123 1-855-709-2847brother-printer-support-phone-nu user259867 Actually, that's just the slug. Here it is: user259867 > (((((((((*********@))))))))1-855-709-2847)))))))Brother printer Support phone number Brother printer contact number Brother printer helpline number @JasonC so finding a dupe might be useful user259867 Looks like they are trying to break title parsers. user259867 @bummi in my case, tl;dr happened. 5:03 PM > Possible True, Valid True, Explain: Country Code: 1 National Number: 8557092847 ['Bad keyword in title', 'Phone number detected'] @hichris123 which is the "bad keyword in title"? /printer support phone number/? Without looking, "support phone number" is likely it. !!/alive @bummi Of course blacklist candidate supplementsecure.com @nicael you are back? user259867 5:11 PM Challenge: bookmark your network-wide list of favorites sorted by activity. 5:27 PM @inf Yay I got a monitor at a yard sale for$3.
The cables with it are just about worth that.

What is it?

user259867
I used to enjoy that. "Yay I got X for practically nothing". Then I had to move a few times... I don't go to yard sales anymore.

@bjb568 Relatively old Gateway. But it still works, and I need MOAR MONITORS. So why not?

5:33 PM
Resolution?

@hichris123 no
@bjb568 1280x1024.

eww

Same as my current external, but this one has better colors.

@hichris123 Time to break all the captchas?

@Undo CRT?

5:33 PM
@Braiam LED

@Undo What breed, then?

@vaultah ahaha

[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website: How would I root my HTC without computer by Maragaret47 on android.stackexchange.com

@AlexisKing Just bot it. :P

5:34 PM
@hichris123 Was a shih-tzu yorkie mix. So it was close.

(credits to this guy)

> Hmm.. Is one of these better? [mechanical pen] [mammal] [placental mammal]
O_O

Does it need more resolution or what? imageidentify.com/result/1nty4cj7dxjex

5:35 PM

Someone post something for me to test on

@bjb568 :( too slow

you win
I HAVE A CHAT BUG
off to meta

I'm an artifact, apparently.

5:36 PM
At least it got cat…

And Shog's a chocolate egg.
6

@hichris123 How do we know he isn't?

Or an easter egg.

user259867
5:37 PM

@hichris123 I can be behind that
@AlexisKing exactly

@Yes blacklisting http://www.smartpcfixer.com/...

user259867

@Yes host?

user259867
@SmokeDetector tpu

5:38 PM
@Yes Blacklisted user.

@Yes really?
Well so it is

user259867
5 mins ago, by SmokeDetector
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website: How would I root my HTC without computer by Maragaret47 on android.stackexchange.com

@bjb568 Could be worse

@bjb568 Ding ding ding we have a winner

!!/blame

@AlexisKing It's Yes's fault.

@Braiam reporting

take a shovel github.com/…

user259867
@SmokeDetector delete edited

wait

5:47 PM
@JasonC thanks, it's all starting to make sense now, maybe with time he'll share more of his dark past that made him into our evil overlord that we know and fear today

user259867
Unicorns are the spawn of Satan and will surely destroy us all. So, no. — Shog9 ♦ Mar 17 '10 at 0:58

user259867
Blasphemy! (is there a flag for that?)

0

First, commenting on your specific examples: A word that means suffering great loss if failed but highly profitable if successful? My answer has 46 words, of which 21 come from a dictionary definition and another 7 are quoted from someone else. To write this answer, all I had to do was r...

@Yes that discussion remembers me Black Hat.. dunno why

@Roombatron5000 tack "considered harmful?" onto the end of your post if you want instant downvotes.

user259867
5:55 PM

@JasonC Haha, wtf is this? lifehacks.stackexchange.com/q/7057/2828

Lol!

Heh

i thought that was internationally understood

No. No. No no no no no. This is not a life hack. lifehacks.stackexchange.com/q/7053/2828
This is a great question ^_^ — Mooseman ♦ 6 hours ago
No it's not.

6:19 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Nested quote blocks in answer: Temple Run - Why disable powerups? by Joseph Stalin on gaming.stackexchange.com

law just needs 2 more commitment..

user259867
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Proposal: Programmation (Stack Overflow in French) The main deciding factor going into what we localize is how many developers that speak a given language can't, for whatever reason, use our English site comfortably. By closing this, I'm not in any way negating that there are: Developers that ...

6:46 PM
I want to turn that into a bot, but there's no URL input option...
> device

yeah, sure
xD
And if I use the smaller version then it is... candy?!?

7:16 PM
@Yes I'm starting to get uncomfortable with all these different language SO's. I hope it doesn't start fragmenting the availability of information over time.
Although I guess if a question is good, at least one person will have it in each of the languages.

@JasonC It's unfair to force everyone to learn English just to be able to program.

I disagree. I think programmers should be forced to learn English, and women, minorities, and non-Catholics should not be allowed to participate on programming help sites.
19 hours ago, by Jeremy Banks
Being an idiot is too tempting, sometimes.
@hichris123 I wonder if having a chocolate egg for a head is a side effect of working at a gummy bear factory?
@AlexisKing By the way I meant to type "yeah, totally" but accidentally typed a joke in poor taste instead. Sorry, new keyboard.

meh, you need to have some english knowledge since the basis of programing are in english

@JasonC It's okay, I take everything you say with a grain of salt. Or maybe a few grains. Or a whole shaker.

user259867
7:28 PM
@AlexisKing That sounds unhealthy.

user259867

@Yes It's fine. I desalinate the rest of my food to compensate.

user259867
I guess if it's within the FDA-recommended daily intake of Jason C's posts...
4

@JasonC Maybe. Further investigation is needed.

Sorry I'm so suck... :(
@ShadowWizard I don't know if the last point in meta.stackexchange.com/questions/256557/… is entirely fair. Even if they are just finding excuses and the idea is silly, this is still a way more coherent post than the standard whining about downvotes.

7:36 PM
Because malware forcing Chrome users into dev to bypass extension security, Google requiring all extensions be hosted http://www.securityweek.com/google-enforce-extension-hosting-policy-all-chrome-channels
:(
Malware and spam are why we can't have nice things. :/

user259867
sigh. But presumably we'll be able to test extensions locally before pushing the new version into the Store...

user259867
I wish their Product Manager would refrain from such brainless statements, though.

user259867
> Extending this protection is one more step to ensure that users of Chrome can enjoy all the web has to offer without the need to worry as they browse

meh, they should just make users less stupid...

Well, at least the web is getting safer... somewhat.
@Braiam That's not it. How can you expect someone who knows nothing about computers to understand that an SSL certificate was revoked?
And how that affects them?

7:46 PM
@hichris123 exactly. Internet is a scary place, you best weapon to defend yourself is information...

@Braiam Perhaps, but expecting everyone to understand that is... well, unrealistic.

@hichris123 LEAVE ME LIVING MY DREAM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
11111111

@Braiam "Today, Google is announcing that they will replace all of their users with artificial intelligence to reduce human error."

@Braiam Through genocide and euthanasia.

Look at this presentation and this one, @Braiam. It's how Chrome's trying to make security issues more understandable.

7:50 PM
Google probably has enough information and "agents" in place already to proceed with the necessary mercy killings.

user259867
Extensions could be less suspicious if there was a way to publish source code alongside the extension. As it is now, I can post the source somewhere but there is no way to tell if it's the same code I used in the extension.

@JasonC funny, what I'm reading is somehow related...

@JasonC They won't even need agents once self-driving cars hit the mainstream.

@Yes Google would have to provide the build system in order for that to be trustworthy, though. But that could be interesting.
@AlexisKing Boom! Life hack!

> “Don’t tell me… the reason you want to fight even though we might not win…”
“...That’s right. With the other tribes combined, I’m considering how many less mouths we can feed.”

user259867
7:52 PM
@JasonC They sort of do already: the extension one uploads is just a .zip of source files. They pack it into .crx on their server. They should just add a checkbox: make the source code available.

I'm actually still feeling a little bit of residual rage after reading that Firefox RC4 discussion.
Oh word.

@JasonC Did you ever see the "SSL isn't ready for public usage yet" discussion?
2 days ago, by hichris123
> SSL as a technology is not "prime time ready". Maybe it will be some day in the near future (I doubt it), but today it is not.
2 days ago, by hichris123
@Braiam Nah, this is a person complaining 34 minutes ago. Better get popcorn: https://groups.google.com/a/chromium.org/d/msg/blink-dev/2LXKVWYkOus/uQHpFPbtiJI‌​J

@JasonC still, I disagree with the idea behind the post and think the OP is turning something simple into something complicated with no proofs. And even if he's right, it does not justify the extreme measures suggested there.

@hichris123 Oh lord

Fact is, without being downvoted so much he would have never thought to post such thing.

7:56 PM
Yeah, no matter how you look at it it's a bad idea. I didn't really give any justice to the "why the idea is bad" in my post, which was already rambly and really just a big comment. I'm assuming that either a) somebody else will or b) nobody cares.
The whole "only show votes to the OP" thing is super misguided, too. He forgot that answers are supposed to help more than the OP.

Can anyone advice what to do here. Odata has been disabled in april 2015. But that doesn't by itself answer the question. Close as no longer repro? close, specific reason? something else?

@rene no repro seems to fit
> Changes to the system or to the circumstances affecting the asker have rendered it obsolete

OK

@rene Leave open because it's still a valid question about an obsolete technology? Give a useful answer that says "OData has been disabled, so you don't"? Seems like the latter would be more helpful than closing.

8:04 PM

@JasonC Nah, the specifics for F# should go on SO anyway

@rene Close as duplicate of meta.stackexchange.com/questions/43991/… then leave an accurate comment on the original question?
@Braiam For anybody who looks at it.

@JasonC yeah, right, someone comes with the hope that that question will solve his problem just to be plastered in their faces "Just joking"... I don't think that's being helpful

@JasonC I know. It hurt to read it.

@Braiam You're right. "Closed as no longer reproducible" is clearer and has a higher informational content than "OData has been disabled and the endpoint no longer exists". Sorry I'm suck.
Anyways it's a duplicate.

8:11 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in answer: Does gzip add integrity/crc check to a .tar? by user115641 on unix.stackexchange.com

user259867
8:32 PM
@SmokeDetector edited

8:49 PM
0

If I go to the MSE example newsletter, I see an example newsletter. Good. If I change meta.stackexchange.com to a non-existent site such as waffles.stackexchange.com, I get this error: site not found: waffles.stackexchange.com Can we get a real 404 here? Preferably with this...

@Mooseman Sorry, but I kinda had to shoot it down

@michaelpri Fair enough. If you wouldn't mind deleting your answer I'll delete the question. Thanks.

@Mooseman No problem

status-completed
thanks

@Mooseman Specific site? More like way off-topic.

8:59 PM
@Mooseman And vote on the answers :)

20

I would like to be able to preview my LaTeX when typing my answers and questions!

status-completed

9:14 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in answer: Error in executing commands in GRASS GIS by byron on gis.stackexchange.com

@SmokeDetector tp

@Mooseman true/tp cannot be used for answers because their job is to add the title of the question to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'. If you want to blacklist the poster of the answer, use trueu or tpu.

@SmokeDetector tpu *typo

@Mooseman Blacklisted user.
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: SATISFIABILITY CLAUSES - ANYONE CAN HELP? by Rymk on math.stackexchange.com

user259867
9:33 PM
> One week w/ Apple Watch:You dont NEED one, but it REALLY helps you feel better than those losers who only have phones pic.twitter.com/pZCvKmFLU3 -- Jay Hanlon at 12:47 PM - 16 May 2015 via Twitter

user259867
> @sklivvz @jc4p @JayHanlon you all are hairy as hell. -- Jin Yang at 1:27 PM - 16 May 2015 via Twitter

@Yes that's the whole point anyways...
@JayHanlon @kevinmontrose @jc4p Next week in OH: "C'mon Kevin, just play with my knob for a few seconds, for the experience!"

9:50 PM
@sklivvz @jc4p @JayHanlon you all are hairy as hell.
all these old people

[ SmokeDetector ] Nested quote blocks in body: Getting element name in a Json file by Emphyrio on stackoverflow.com

user259867
10:12 PM
@SmokeDetector edited

[ SmokeDetector ] Nested quote blocks in answer: How to assign values on the diagonal? by a deleted user on stackoverflow.com

user259867
(triggered by an NAA stackoverflow.com/a/30281311/3717023, btw)

@bjb568 Yes's twitter quote bookmarklet is way better.

10:23 PM
@Yes I find it ironic that a lot of Smokey fp's seem to be triggered by NAA's.

[ SmokeDetector ] Email in answer: Has anyone formally tested Josh Pellicer's theory on human sexual behavior? by Alexis on cogsci.stackexchange.com

10:40 PM
@SmokeDetector tpu

@hichris123 Blacklisted user.

11:11 PM
@JasonC whatevar

user259867
Law has 100% commitment now.

11:42 PM
> I usually sometime sit and wait in front of the machine, that time could be better utilized for a quickie.
>.>

The scrollbar, not the bodycams.

@JasonC You realize you commented on that question, right?
@SmokeDetector fpu

@hichris123 Registered question as false positive, whitelisted user and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.

@hichris123 Oh, whoa. So I did.
Well, at least that gives me some confidence in my consistency over time.
Oh and I even got a cryptic reply:
@JasonC You see, its actually a 'cookie'... — Firee Mar 18 '14 at 12:01
:S

:s

11:48 PM
:𝕊

:𝕤

:ᔆ

:ₛ

Aw I just see a box but it's adorable, like a surprised robot.
:Ꮪ
:Ⴝ

🄢
𝒮
𝓢
🅂

11:57 PM
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