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10:00 AM
@DarkAshelin but even with wrong title, there is still valid contents. That answer is useless and pointless, and the author should have seen it right away and delete. Not doing so indicates we're facing a troll.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Muscle Building Diet by clest jhone on meta.stackexchange.com
 
Using the oculus rift a developer could be surrounded by "monitors"! 10 instead of 2! #icse15 http://t.co/Xyx5V55O4D
Huh,
 
10:13 AM
@Unihedron - Have some patience. The connect 4 game engine must be bugged. I will try to rewrite it based on a sample/thesis I found.
 
@SPArchaeologist Ok.
 
Probably will also change bot name, so that no one will associate her with FiW in the future
 
@SmokeDetector tp Close for SO
 
10:22 AM
@Mooseman Registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: http://pelevonisite.com/celluxe-skin-care/ by zakikis Reid on askubuntu.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Hoodia Weight Reduction? by francis paiges on superuser.com
 
10:39 AM
@Unihedron probably better to just stick to mastermind if you want to check it. While it has some problems (more like things missing ) it is actually playable with correct results if you avoid passing impossible moves
 
-1
A: Creating a very simple 1 username/password login in php

Timoo TooKindly i want to be a real programmer of this century who also doubles up as a software developers .Hints on how to be from real Software engineers& developers

lol
 
@InfiniteRecursion could you edit that back and switch to the hanoi tower again? Looked better for a question...
 
-2
A: python tower of hanoi endless last move

RurI think what you're looking for is here, a duplicate question. Same school but last year?

Sorry, it's too late to edit the old chat
 
^ at least the question did make some sense. Now, about the homework dupe part....
 
Another SSL vulnerability? sigh
 
10:49 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Suppliment For Gain Muscle Mass by alinaa wioz on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
@Unihedron you could be.... "inside the code" matrix
 
10:54 AM
@hichris123 Thanks for the information!
 
@hichris123, @uni go close those^ :D
 
@InfiniteRecursion cv'd all already :)
 
still standing spam superuser.com/q/917121/172747
 
@bummi gone
 
10:58 AM
@bummi not anymore :)
 
:)
 
Huh... I managed to catch it in the state of being locked by Community but not deleted
 
gtg :( cu all
 
:( seeya~
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website, url in title: http://www.musclehealthfitness.com/testorush-rx/ by Collin meri on meta.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating words in body: Complicated root-finding with Python by Ariane on codereview.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Url in title: https://www.crowdtivate.com/projects/view/5622 by Dshuhel Gjvjkk on patents.stackexchange.com
 
Can smokey resurrect other bots?
@SmokeDetector tpu
@SmokeDetector fpu
 
@SmokeDetector tpu
@SmokeDetector tpu
 
11:23 AM
@SmokeDetector tpu
 
@InfiniteRecursion Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
 
@SmokeDetector fpu
 
@InfiniteRecursion Registered question as false positive, whitelisted user and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
 
@SmokeDetector tpu
 
@InfiniteRecursion Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
 
11:25 AM
@ProgramFOX: Can you please add @ShadowWizard to the list of Smokey's priv users?
 
@AlexisKing It's okay, we hate it too. ;)
 
Shouldn't the wizard be able to do his magic without privileges?
 
gives @Doorknob a puzzled look
 
yeah sorry but that joke ceased to be funny about a day after the private beta started
:P
 
@Unihedron read the warning on the homepage
 
11:29 AM
gives @Doorknob an angry look
 
something crashed?
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Msn < 1.844.332.7016 >Hotmail password recovery phone number usa by akhil kumar mishra on stackoverflow.com
 
@SmokeDetector tpu
 
@Doorknob Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
 
@SPArchaeologist ur mom crashed
 
11:31 AM
@SPArchaeologist No, bjb's Q&A site (DevDoodle) has a complicated process to post answers
7 hours ago, by bjb568
@Unihedron Step 1: Implement answering
 
I was trying to search that, not send a message... -__-
 
@InfiniteRecursion Thanks, I didn't get what all the talk was about. Anyway, also one more to the ignore - wonder how long till I can call "Bingo!"
 
a bot that lets everyone play bingo
 
kick @uni for suggesting more bots
 
it's fine, I'll wait until Jason C comes on before my next suggestion
 
11:35 AM
Earlier, we had this:
24 hours ago, by Unihedron
Idea: Make a bot that appreciates mods.
 
What a useless bot that would be
 
!xkcd search reassuring
 
Bingo bot is a far better idea
Hiya @nic :)
 
11:45 AM
@InfiniteRecursion why not connect4? .... wait a sec, I am already doing that
scrap this one
 
@SmokeDetector tpu
 
@Doorknob 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 garry sabo on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
@SmokeDetector tpu
 
@Doorknob Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
 
11:54 AM
"their performance in the bedroom" - will it help me sleep?
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Different Male Enhancement Products by garry sabo on academia.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: What Male Enhancement is Best for You by garry sabo on ham.stackexchange.com
 
same user cross sites.
 
@JNat ^ Need a nuclear bomb here
 
Destroyed
 
\o/ Thanks :P
 
12:09 PM
@Unihedron wouldn't a "charged shoot" be more appropriate? You know... Megaman
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, phone number detected: ^^^^&&&**%%%$##((1-855-709-2847))))######3 Epson printer support phone number by Jourge Belly on stackoverflow.com
 
shameful to speak but I've never played megaman
you know, generation gap
2
 
/me grabs popcorn
 
@InfiniteRecursion .... do you know what to expect now ? Kudos if you actually predicted my reaction to Uni claims
grins
Don't worry Uni, we have the perfect solution to your problems
 
@SPArchaeologist Death by snu-snu?
 
sounds like a silly clone
 
@SPArchaeologist oh god that looks awesome
 
@Unihedron All the Megaman Nintendo-difficult, 8-bit graphics with more ponies. What could you ask more?
 
I mean it looks interesting and is totally cute!
 
@Unihedron probably one of the few fan made games actually worthy of begin played.
There is also Ponyvania (which is still incomplete) if you know Castlevania
 
12:22 PM
@SmokeDetector fpu
 
@InfiniteRecursion Registered answer as false positive and whitelisted user.
 
editworthy?
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: Not able to install MySQL server on CentOS 6.6 by user2170469 on serverfault.com
 
@InfiniteRecursion IE 9 is not supported
 
12:35 PM
@JNat post an answer!
 
You can do it :P
 
uni posted an answer :)
 
Yes, I kind of need the answer count :)
 
badgez
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title, phone number detected: 1-844-780-6762 Hotmail support services phone number, Hotmail support phone number by Harry Gurg on meta.stackexchange.com
 
@SmokeDetector tpu
 
@hichris123 CVE?
 
12:54 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, phone number detected, repeating characters in title: !!!!!####### 1-844-780-6762############ Outlook support phone number by Jourge Belly on meta.stackexchange.com
 
spam^
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: Solving double integral numerically in matlab by user242113 on math.stackexchange.com
 
^ always fun to read
 
@SmokeDetector tpu
 
@Unihedron Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
 
12:58 PM
@SmokeDetector tpu
 
@Unihedron Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
 
@SmokeDetector tpu
 
@Unihedron Blacklisted user.
[ SmokeDetector ] Phone number detected: Build task exits with code -2146233082 by Erwin on stackoverflow.com
 
@SmokeDetector fp
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, phone number detected: #### 1-844-780-6762 !!!!!!!!!!!Hotmail support phone number ,, Hotmail technical support phone number by micakcalrk on meta.stackexchange.com
 
1:09 PM
0
Q: Synonimize [draw] and [drawing]

JonasCzThe tags draw (2k questions) and drawing (4k) seem to mean the same thing, and I think plural versions of tags are useless. The tag excerpt for drawing says: Issues around forms and graphics being drawn onto a computer screen, windowing system or device And the one for draw says: A t...

Thoughts ?
 
1:20 PM
@Unihedron, the excerpt for "retag-request" says "It also applies to requests that one tag should be merged into another", so it should be on the question, no ?
 
@JonasCz [synonym-request] is more specific.
 
0
A: Synonymize [draw] and [drawing]

MoosemanEven if a clear line was to be drawn, we'd have to sort through 6,125 questions to tag correctly. Then most users will still tag incorrectly because few read even the wiki except. I fully support a merge/burnination.

 
In fact, it doesn't make sense that [synonym-request] isn't merged with [retag-request] already, but oh well.
 
@Unihedron raise a [synonym-request][retag-request][discussion]
 
I've just changed up the #stackoverflow DH ciphers to a 2048-bit group on all load balancers. Really though, stop breaking TLS people.
 
1:30 PM
@JanDvorak +[tags][meta]
 
> Warning! Your web browser is vulnerable to Logjam and can be tricked into using weak encryption. You should update your browser.
I'm so lazy..
 
I'm using the latest version of Chrome and it's vulnerable so idk wut 2 do
it says newest
 
@Unihedron I'm using chrome and it says I'm safe
 
Google Chrome	42.0.2311.152 (Official Build) (64-bit)
Revision	c707233f90c2f1d16db21143b8f009ff9b14c3bd-refs/branch-heads/2311@{#509}
OS	Linux
Blink	537.36 (@194530)
JavaScript	V8 4.2.77.19
Flash	17.0.0.188
User Agent	Mozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/42.0.2311.152 Safari/537.36
Command Line	/opt/google/chrome/google-chrome --app=swarmsim.github.io/# --flag-switches-begin --manual-enhanced-bookmarks --flag-switches-end
Executable Path	/opt/google/chrome/google-chrome
 
So out of date
 
1:36 PM
but it says it's newest
 
Version 43.0.2357.65 m is what I'm on
 
Updated to latest firefox and it still says I'm vulnerable.. Mozilla, why don't you concentrate on fixing critical problems instead of adding integrated video chat ?
 
But even that one is apparently vulnerable.
 
NOOOOO
 
Sam
@Unihedron Same as me.
 
1:38 PM
@Sam I thought you were on Windows
 
Sam
@Unihedron I mean the version.
 
abandon all hope this is insanity the crackers are going to pwn us all
 
Do you have google's apt repo ?
 
This is what you get when you suspend nicael ...
 
Maybe google just doesent care about Linux users..
 
1:40 PM
:[
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, phone number detected, repeating characters in title: /////////////////@@+1-844-780-6762___+___)))))))))) Outlook technical support phone number by Jourge Belly on meta.stackexchange.com
 
Is it just me or is there more spam than normal today ?
 
Not sure what is normal today
 
@JonasCz no, there is less actually
 
Chrome Version 42.0.2311.152 m seems safe
but now it's auto-updating since I clicked on it :<
 
1:43 PM
@DarkAshelin "m"?
 
@Unihedron yeah dunno what it means
 
Mobile version maybe ?
 
@JonasCz We get a lot of phone numbers everyday. It's normal.
 
@Unihedron m for multi-install
 
1:46 PM
I will wait two days :) — aconkey 19 secs ago
you wish, flagged answer as inappropriate :P
 
@Unihedron poor poor vulnerability, hoping to use javascript. Like NoScript would allow it..
 
What happens when someone gets 6 abusive flags on meta ? Do they loose 100 rep on main site ?
 
@JonasCz only one way to find out
 
Oooh.. should I flag it too? :)
 
Stack Exchange is safe from Logjam. \o/
 
1:49 PM
Oh, Lotus Notes, how I hate thee. When I have to run an application called "KillNotes" so that you release all of your stupid little hooks, I think it's fair to say you are a bad application and you should feel bad.
 
@InfiniteRecursion Maybe they were referring to some other answer?
 
@AndrewT. the more the merrier
 
@JanDvorak No, he posted a terrible answer and wanted to accept it and prove a point to the community. He couldn't accept it because of the restriction that a self answer can only be accepted after 2 days.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: Get-Process not working against remote Windows 7 clients by Josh Graham on serverfault.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in answer: Break in attempts from secureserver.net by user76902 on security.stackexchange.com
 
flagged, but not sure how many flags were casted due to downvotes
 
1:51 PM
@Andy It can't be worse than RAD Studio. I have to rename some file named "EditorLineEnds.ttr" every time I want to start it, and kill a bunch of left over crap after I close it if I want my computer to shut down, too.
 
@SPArchaeologist Actually, it's at the protocol level, so you're still vulnerable even with JS disabled. NoScript is goot though anyway.
 
@AndrewT. flagged
 
@InfiniteRecursion needs 2 more delete votes
 
@SmokeDetector ignore
 
@JasonC Post ignored; alerts about it will no longer be posted.
 
1:53 PM
@JasonC I'm not a Java developer, but I do know our Java developers use RAD. I've heard similar complaints
Makes sense, both are IBM products
Stupid IBM
 
RAD Studio is for C++/Delphi. It used to be called C++ Builder. It was a Borland product, then CodeGear bought it, and now Embarcadero owns it.
 
@JonasCz oh, it is? haven't really read the whole article yet. Just saw that "please enable javascript" stuff. Guess I will read it.
 
@Mooseman Your answer got a downvote. I wonder why ?
 
When SharePoint decides I have lost enough time and starts working, that is...
 
@JasonC Ah, this is the RAD they are using
 
1:56 PM
Sorry, Chrome crashed. Again.
Why do things like web browsers and IDE's still suck?
 
Firefox is better.
 
@JasonC Use IE
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, phone number detected, repeating characters in title: ___________________!!!!!!!!!!!1-855-709-2847 ________############### Canon printer customer service number by Micalfoo Clark on stackoverflow.com
 
IntelliJ doesn't suck :-)
 
Opera is better better. I'm banning Firefox after reading the RC4 rage posts.
 
1:57 PM
@JasonC you build them then
(far) easier said than done
 
@Unihedron Are you implying that I'm the only person in 2015 who doesn't suck?
 
@JasonC "RC4 rage posts." Whats that ?
 
If so, thanks!
 
@JasonC yes.
 
1:59 PM
@SmokeDetector tpu
@SmokeDetector gone
 
@Undo Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
 
@SmokeDetector tpu
 
@Undo Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
 
May 16 at 5:00, by Braiam
rage https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=999544
May 17 at 11:19, by Braiam
@JasonC more rage https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1124039#c2
Mostly the whole not losing users to Chrome > responsibility to users thing, e.g. "If all browser vendors will turn off RC4 at once, I'll gladly just disable RC4. Otherwise users will just switch other browsers.". That sentence is a pretty good reason to switch to other browsers.
 
@Unihedron This is the proof I don't really understand minmax ^_^'
This guy has done what I was attempting in half the code AND performance are better.
He is doing tree pruning too, so I suppose this explains the perf gain... but still... so far ahead for now
 
2:12 PM
17
Q: New navigation for Stack Overflow is in alpha testing

SklivvzIn a major effort to move as much UX cheese as possible in a single deployment significantly improve the site browsing experience, we have deployed a new version of the site navigation to Stack Overflow, Meta Stack Overflow and Meta Stack Exchange. The catch is that this is only visible to use...

 
That's not fair I'm suspended, you've implemented it too early :D — user293399 15 mins ago
HOW
 
@Unihedron he made a sock account, foolishly commented on a moderator's post, and got himself swiftly destroyed.
 
oh I thought they got through the post requests or something
 
38 mins ago, by Bart
This is what you get when you suspend nicael ...
(quoting out-of-context)
 
@Undo I'm not so sure. More likely he posted the comment and deleted the account all by himself.
 
2:22 PM
I'm not so sure either. Can the delete request be fulfilled in 15 minute only?
 
@AndrewT. users without posting answers has a delete option in user profile
 
@AndrewT. No, it takes atleast two days. They send a link (a day after the request, earliest response time) which we need to click for our consent to nuke the account, after that a 24 hour countdown continues before deletion. In that time, we can abandon the account deletion at any time with a single click.
 
Not if you've only posted one comment, IIRC
He can self-delete
 
One post allows self deletion. If you post any comment or cast any vote, it prevents self-deletion.
 
Too many answers come and go. Maybe they need to bold it or else... "Use this question for general considerations only. Please use separate questions tagged with new-nav bug or new-nav feature-request as appropriate."
 
2:25 PM
^ starring for when it goes off-bounty.
 
@LynnCrumbling I raised a custom flag for mods
 
@InfiniteRecursion thanks
 
@SmokeDetector ignore
 
@LynnCrumbling Post ignored; alerts about it will no longer be posted.
 
2:29 PM
^ grin
 
@LynnCrumbling where can we point users/questions like that to?
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: How can I reduce the space above the title of a single chapter by arifle on tex.stackexchange.com
 
@DarkAshelin Possibly software rec. I'm not sure if they do libs, and I really doubt that they do tutorials.
 
@LynnCrumbling same doubts here
 
The big problem is that any link to a tutorial is prone to link rot.
Lemme read the mission statement for software rec (unless a mod is here) and see if libs are on topic.
 
2:32 PM
This is not good security practice as it allows attackers to gain information that allows them to associate users with their email addrs. — bjb568 15 secs ago
UX vs Security! Fight! Fight! Fight!
 
@LynnCrumbling we do libs, not tutorials
 
@LynnCrumbling I just feel bad if I tell a user "this is not the place to ask this" but not present them a good place
 
@Undo Ah, ok. So that's a good place @DarkAshelin
 
@bjb568 bjb vs UX.SE user! Fight! Fight! Fight!
 
also, please link to meta.softwarerecs.stackexchange.com/questions/336/… whenever you recommend someone go ask on SR.
3
 
@DarkAshelin Use the newer one, that one's sort of archaic.
I'll go add a notice
 
@Undo funny enough, the one I linked was posted after yours
 
oh. Well :P
Either way, one is from Ye Olde Area 51 days, some things have changed.
 
umm... no @DarkAshelin, you are linking directly softrecs
 
2:39 PM
@Braiam ehh?
 
> Unfortunately, StackOverflow is not the place to ask for advice, libraries or tutorials. Software Recommendations Exchange] (link to softrecs.se) may be better suited for that
Unfortunately, StackOverflow is not the place to ask for advice, libraries or tutorials. Software Recommendations Exchange may be better suited for that. Just make sure to read their FAQ before asking a question. — Dark Ashelin 4 mins ago
 
yes?
 
you should not
 
what not..
 
link the site
 
2:40 PM
why not?
 
not this: http://softwarerecs.stackexchange.com/, but this http://meta.softwarerecs.stackexchange.com/questions/336/
@DarkAshelin people don't read
 
it's good enough.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Phone number detected: Build task exits with code -2146233082 by Erwin on stackoverflow.com
 
really, it's quite clear
 
where's that meta post to teach how to recommend softrecs.se.. I believe I've read it.
 
2:41 PM
otherwhise ppl end up asking SR questions on the meta
 
I'm a user: Unfortunately, StackOverflow is not the place to ask for advice, libraries or tutorials. Software Recommendations Exchange (attention span lost, have to click link!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!)
see?
 
@Braiam ok well, user 2: First link goes to meta post > click it > proceed to ask question on meta
same problem
 
@DarkAshelin no...
 
I would rather close bad questions on main than migrate questions off Meta.
 
@Braiam If someone doesn't read properly, it's gonna be bad no matter how I formulate my comment
 
2:43 PM
because, quite frankly, the people who don't bother to read the whole comment aren't going to read the guidelines either.
 
@DarkAshelin exactly, the most complex you make it, the less people will do it incorrectly
is called the "path of lest resistance"
 
or the user will get confused and thinks he should edit his current question based on the meta guide
 
most people will give up at that point
 
shrugs
 
2:44 PM
@DarkAshelin I prefer that
hundred of times
 
@Braiam why? the question will still not be fit for SO
 
the more the user gets confused, the less bad questions, the less I have to get annoyed explaining yet again
 
you're not supposed to confuse users on purpose
 
@DarkAshelin who cares about SO, is SR
 
you missed what i said
 
2:46 PM
@DarkAshelin you are supposed to make it very clear, you are saying that they will get confused either way
 
2 mins ago, by Dark Ashelin
or the user will get confused and thinks he should edit his current question based on the meta guide
his SO question
@Braiam well I personally think my current comment is way clearer than your suggested one :/
 
I agree with @Undo. Just link to the site, then let them work out their issues from there. If the question ends up closed, that's SR's thing, and it's up to a user there to provide a link to direct the user to a meta post if they want.
Also in general, it's common practice to link directly to sites rather than to, say, /help/how-to-ask or a meta post.
 
But please have a link to the guidelines somewhere, because then at least I can say they had a chance.
 
You could say e.g. "Ask on softwarerecs.stackexchange.com but you may want to read [this meta post] first." or something.
 
@JasonC That's what I do
> @[type here] Software Recommendations moderator here. We have fairly strict quality guidelines, so I'd appreciated it if you would link to our question quality guidelines whenever you recommend someone re-ask a question on the site. Thanks!
I've been known to leave that comment on SO :P
 
2:51 PM
Stack Overflow doesn't allow questions about recommendations, of any kind (tutorials, libraries, etc.) and most of the sites on Stack Exchange doesn't either. However, about libraries, if you have a defined set of requirements, you could ask on Software Recommendations, after you have read their guidelines on how to ask a good question.Braiam 5 secs ago
@DarkAshelin now tell me, how is that unclear ^?
 
the only thing missing would be an actual link to the site
 
I just asked you to not include http://softwarerecs.stackexchange.com/
@DarkAshelin that's exactly what you shouldn't include ever
 
@Braiam It's unclear because you're wearing sunglasses and we can't see your eyes.
 
read their meta
 
I... really don't understand why you care so much
 
@DarkAshelin @Braiam All of this is opinion, at the end of the day just do what you feel is best, and beware having conversations slowly degenerate into angry debates about opinion.
 
2 mins ago, by Braiam
read their meta
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A: Questions already asked on Stack Overflow

Tim PostNo. We want questions representing problems this community is actively trying to solve, presented within guidelines that this community establishes and adopts. There's over 120 questions on the site right now, a lack of content is not a problem. What we need is content that meets the expectatio...

 
@Braiam that's about migrating old questions from SO. Which is not what we're talking about.
 
18
A: Should we migrate questions from other SE sites?

GillesA vast majority of the recommendation questions asked on other Stack Exchange sites are crap and we don't want them. When the site started, we asked moderators on other Stack Exchange sites not to migrate anything to SR.SE until they got a green light from the SR moderators. We wanted to first e...

@Undo .same reason applies
you are "migrating" them
 
@Braiam why are you arguing about this with a SR mod?
 
2:56 PM
No, you really aren't.
 
Oh, I actually have an SR question, incidentally.
 
Yaaaay
 
@Undo You'll be happy to know I am totally reading that meta post.
 
@DarkAshelin I'm not arguing, I'm remembering him what should be his standards on good questions
 
"Braiam, the gold standard since 1910"
5
 
2:58 PM
Actually, @Undo, are recommendations for web-based services (possibly a service already provided, or possibly a service I can set up on my own server) on topic there? Or is it only local applications?
 
@JasonC A service you can set up on your own server, definitely.
Local applications, definitely.
Web-based services - fuzzier line, but I don't hammer them if they're specced out well.
 
Word.
 
@Bart didn't you read my "about me"?
> Better to have nothing, no matter when, than to accept rubbish.
 
@Braiam should we ignore the fake flair or... ?
 
@Bart I should look for a job in the ISO
 
3:09 PM
@Braiam don't put the bar that low. Become your own standard.
 
@Bart you know what they say about making your own crypto, right?
 
I'm concerned that I'm not going to get the needed 5 votes.
But, even if you don't know wix, notice that BOTH THE ANSWER and ONE OF THE COMMENTS link to the same answer by Rob Mensching, wix's lead dev.
 
user259867
 
3:34 PM
Nay is OK.
 
yea
 
user259867
3:51 PM
@SmokeDetector fp
 
@Yes Registered answer as false positive.
 
@Undo Oh my god, am I looking for Google Wave?
 
@Braiam mCkuwkM+jE7q8n3lpY64aD3exxCITeOKEJZ1/sR3DcM=
 

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