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@SmokeDetector fp
@hichris123 Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
@SmokeDetector fp-
@hichris123 How on earth did that thing get 7 upvotes?
2 hours ago, by hichris123
I really don't know.
Or were you referring to:
12:28 AM
ha. touche.
1 hour later…
1:32 AM
Why is there a ↉ zero thirds character?
@bjb568 Because 0 is too boring
There's no 0/2…
or 0/4…
I just added a bunch of unicode to my autocarrot.
∫ ⅓ π r² dh
1:47 AM
I made my first MSO post :)
in Unix and Linux on The Stack Exchange Network Chat, 20 secs ago, by John Smith
these programs that auto install things, i dont know where it goes, and never really cared :P
this is why we can't make things "user friendly"
2:00 AM
that reinforces my believe that I shouldn't help people
2:13 AM
I has so much unicode now. I raided wikipedia's logic pages.
∃ a version of me where I ¬ waste time on Tavern ∀ days.
⊕ ¬ ⋄, for the pessimists
2:36 AM
People really like pity-upvoting shitty student questions in the tag, so...
Also maybe VTC.
@AlexisKing I just flagged as LQ
> Dinner with coworkers honoring our amazing Stack Overflow moderator @lizardbill featuring special guest @codinghorror pic.twitter.com/NhlWjl4my9 -- Jin Yang at 3:21 PM - 23 May 2015 via Twitter
if (!header['Content-Security-Policy']) header['Content-Security-Policy'] = "default-src 'self'";
if (!header['X-Frame-Options']) header['X-Frame-Options'] = "DENY";
if (!header['Vary']) header['Vary'] = "Cookie";
Are there any more headers that I need to add to most pages on DD?
@bjb568 ask in the DMZ room
What's that?

 The DMZ

A serious place where infosec is discussed PS we don't do hard...
> A massive 3lb steak, with @aalear's head for scale. pic.twitter.com/ZCAiIfVPkd -- Joshua Heyer at 4:48 PM - 23 May 2015 via Twitter
3:25 AM
in The DMZ on The Stack Exchange Network Chat, 7 secs ago, by bjb568
Are there any more HTTP headers I should have on http://devdoodle.net? I'm going to add "Content-Security-Policy": "default-src 'self'", "X-Frame-Options": "DENY", "Vary": "Cookie". I'm a n00b with this, and I'm writing it all myself on node.js.
well, there ya go
Hey, is that @cky?
oh, this is an actual thing
I spy with my little eyes a markdown bug
Looks like it.
Yes, a kiwi.
3:30 AM
Other people at the table (on other pictures) include Anna Lear, Shog, Jin, presumable Bill the Lizard, a possible Jarrod Dixon, and a younger person I can't recognize.
@AlexisKing Technically, kiwi is a bird, and that thing is a kiwifruit.
!xkcd find technically
3:33 AM
@Braiam bwahahaha apache isn't modern
@bjb568 read the fine tooltip
@Braiam meh
this is great
ooh right, I still haven't really figured out how to SSL with node
Q: HTTPS server using a certificate from a .pfx file

bjb568var https = require('https'); var fs = require('fs'); var atob = require('atob'); var options = { pfx: atob(fs.readFileSync('server.pfx').toString()) }; https.createServer(options, function(req, res) { res.writeHead(200); res.end("Hello world!\n"); }).listen(1337); I'm using the atob fu...

haven't had much time to try to work it out
4:15 AM
Of /q/4 fame.
The only post has 300+ score. Not bad.
I was going through small StackExchange id accounts... Chris Jester-Young has #9, which is remarkable for someone who wasn't employed by SE back then.
Eggs McLaren has SE Id 6.
> Actually, I'm a test account, used to help debug problems here on StackOverflow.
Yes, but whose test account?
It belongs to everyone
And how does it have 101 rep without any posts?
Probably because it's a test account.
Maybe it was used to test the bug where you could abuse the assoc bonus to continually recreate a 101-rep account.
4:25 AM
The Youtube link in the profile is broken. :(
Joel has 24052 rep on SO and 24090 on Meta. What's the easiest way to make them equal?
I guess, 4 upvotes and a downvote on SO. On it.
@Yes I could see that as a PPCG challenge. :D
A similar existing question:
Q: Reaching one's lucky numbers in reputation

randomraA new code-golfer, Joe, just registered to the site. He has 1 reputation but determined to reach all his lucky numbers in reputation exactly. Joe believes in higher powers which will help him to achieve his goal with minimal amount of (his or others) actions. As a new user he also believes that n...

4:36 AM
For posterity.
Next, writing a bot that will keep them in sync...
1 more
The same user also posted this copy-paste: android.stackexchange.com/a/110182
(I flagged copy-paste job for mod attention; it's from another answer to that same question)
@Yes found it independent and flagged the copy as abuse too....
7:23 AM
@inf i hate pins!
@Roombatron5000 no one does
watch hdtvchelsea vs sunderland live
nice tags
Hire a white hat to do the penetration test, considering you know zero of computers. — Unihedron 7 secs ago
cv'd vlq'd
9:17 AM
@SmokeDetector fp
@ProgramFOX Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
9:41 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating words in answer: Where exactly is the Vivaldi bank in Novigrad? by user113526 on gaming.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu
@ProgramFOX Blacklisted user.
@ProgramFOX done and done (Still needs 2, 3)
10:28 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: FLOATING POINT REPRESENTATION by sman on math.stackexchange.com
10:45 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: How to insert parse data in mysql database in php by Syed Käshäñ Ñïzâmî on stackoverflow.com
11:02 AM
@SmokeDetector ignore
@rene Post ignored; alerts about it will no longer be posted.
@SmokeDetector fixed
11:35 AM
anything alive?
@Braiam You.
@Unihedron I'm not a thing, right? RIGHT?!
@Braiam Bots are people too.
11:52 AM
Hi guys, is there any "user manual" for SmokeDetector
@ProgramFOX Thanks
or you can ping me, if you want to know something that isn't in the wiki ;)
@Tim You doubt me?
11:53 AM
Nope :)
@Tim 8279
@PeterJ licks ice cream cone
11:54 AM
Who is privileged here? @ProgramFOX
@ProgramFOX could you make the quota show as a fraction? IDK what the total is, so 8279/20000 would be cool to see
@Tim It's PeterJ's fault.
@ArceusMaster0493 8273
does using commands use up the api?
11:55 AM
@ArceusMaster0493 Whaddya mean, 'wut'? Humans...
@Tim The quota is always 10000 with a key, so that doesn't look really necessary to me.
@Tim Whaddya mean, 'wut'? Humans...
11:55 AM
@Tim No.
@ArceusMaster0493 8273
cool :)
as i know it's 10,000 now that makes sense
!!/blame someone for no reason
@Unihedron It's rene's fault.
Why didn't they post that SO nav update thingy on MSO? There's nothing MSE about it.
11:59 AM
@Unihedron The new navigation is also available on MSE.
@ProgramFOX But there's still no point seeing it network-wide pinned on that feature board when it really only applies to one site. Or two.
Why not? That way you encourage people from all communities to test it.
By having an SO account. gr8
I don't like seeing cheese moving so I'm not going to try it out. :p
Or MSE. Well, perhaps "Stack Overflow" in the title is not entirely accurate.
It's 50% accurate, which is good enough.
From my experience on Meta, I only expect 30% accuracy, this one is overpar.
12:05 PM
@Unihedron actually 33%
@Braiam MSE, M?SO
still 50%
12:20 PM
I don't know how well-behaved the reviewers are on this site (and I certainly don't want flaggers to keep a table), but I would rather not trust the Stack Overflow reviewers to not robo-accept these answers, even if these robots can only dispute flags, not reject them. — Jan Dvorak 5 mins ago
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: I NEED MORE IPOD SPACE by DiehardPaladin on apple.stackexchange.com
@JanDvorak man... what is this?
an old case of a moderator misunderstanding the "abusive" flag
@ProgramFOX Who is privileged to use the commands like tp``tpu? And what does "blacklist" mean?
@ArceusMaster0493 Privileged users are.
Smokey keeps a database of blacklisted websites, titles, users and word combinations.
12:35 PM
The privilege list is hardcoded in the bot
I see
So how can I deal with that report by Smokey just now?
tell a taverner to tpu it
@SmokeDetector tp closed by mod
@Unihedron Registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
Not spam
@apsillers actually, these bottleneck experts are using the [bottleneck] tag to look for questions. Just not here. It's quite popular on glassblowing.stackexchange.com — toniedzwiedz 3 hours ago
12:39 PM
@ArceusMaster0493 What the other users said. (couldn't reply immediately, was playing chess)
Alright thanks everyone :D
^ @ProgramFOX well done
thanks :D
@ProgramFOX is lazy and let us do the talking...
I wonder, does this have deletion votes? stackoverflow.com/q/3788137/792066
12:42 PM
@Braiam no
this is on topic? stackoverflow.com/q/30126750/792066 I think no
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because OP talks about it happening on a friend, thus this is a theoretical question and not a real one. — Unihedron 11 secs ago
@ProgramFOX "what shall I do?' not asking on SE for starters
12:46 PM
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is related to licensing, not a code problem. — Unihedron 7 secs ago
@Braiam Locked and loaded. :P
@SmokeDetector fp-
12:58 PM
@Braiam Ought it?
the pinned messages are giving this room bad vibes
@inf @inf @inf 2jasioe jfo weeee ffffffff wwwwwww bad vibes typing aisdhofihwee
@Braiam you are welcome there ;)
@Roombatron5000 I can only conclude we are ignored by the room owners....
Sir @tchrist ~ I take great honour in nominating you, conqueror of the Englishes, to create our reverent, first ever, surely forever long lasting national anthem.
@SmokeDetector tpu
@ProgramFOX Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
sigh not this again
1:56 PM
Anybody who wanted to help set this fellow straight would be welcomed meta.stackexchange.com/questions/194963/…
@JoseManuelAbarcaRodríguez The point of Stack Overflow is not to earn as many points as possible. The point is to help build a knowledge base, which is useful for many future visitors. If you are only here for the points then you are here for the wrong reason. — ProgramFOX 6 secs ago
Sweet thanks
no problem!
@ProgramFOX s/points/fake internet points/
@SmokeDetector fp
2:05 PM
@ProgramFOX Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
@Braiam I like that change, but I'm too late to edit anyway.
fortunately the edit is not critical :)
@ProgramFOX I felt an urgency to leave a comment here as well
@rene +1
+1 from me
2:18 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: How long does it take for Facebook to verify my identification? by joey on webapps.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector NAA
[ SmokeDetector ] Nested quote blocks in body: gtkmm Alias so to enter a file by Aditya ultra on unix.stackexchange.com
Review but smells like spam to me... askubuntu.com/a/627675/240361
I believe that's a spam domain we've seen before.
needs one more
@rene Fear not, Uni is here!
tosses a close vote
could use some flags drupal.stackexchange.com/a/159395/20140 two answers
2:57 PM
spam gone, Q protected
3:13 PM
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it is about working with terms of services and therefore legal advice, not code problems. — Unihedron 8 secs ago
So many off-topic questions
@bummi cv'd
3:16 PM
Hey :)
combo breaker.
combo breaker.
breaker of combos ;)
3:23 PM
Q: How to use an int as a function?

RenMan3000I have been programming for a few years now and am now running into something I do not understand. What is the functionality of a int as a function? Meaning.... public int thisInt(){return 1;} can someone help me understand how an int can be a function and why it is useful?

You've been programming for years and have never written a function that returns an int...
@Doorknob ...
() => 1​​​​​​ — Unihedron 6 secs ago
@nicael: O_o
Ahoy, excellent!
3:37 PM
Flagged for removal... — Nidhoegger 6 mins ago
@Nidhoegger Hey, thanks for the flagging. But at times if you're trying to help OP to post better content next time, try to guide them to the help center or the tour (by typing [tour]) or tell them why their question fails to meet quality standards. — Unihedron 16 secs ago
Helpful Uni
Helpful Uni to the Rescue!
3:48 PM
[switch-statement] heh
[switch] is probably a synonym of [switch-statement].
No. Sorry. Predestined fates suck. — Unihedron 6 secs ago
Unhelpful Uni
If you spent less time snarking @Uni you could actually close questions...
Unhelpful Uni to the Resc… wait what?
@hichris123 Maybe I'm almost out of close votes. ;)
3:50 PM
so if someone else does vtc before me and therefore the question gets closed 2 seconds later than it could have because of the lack of my vote, I'm not sorry.
Two seconds are negligible.
You would've had those two seconds had you not typed a snarky comment...
I would lose a close vote in trade of those two seconds.
One makes you look worse than the other.
all the seconds we loose doing stuff we should not do... we would be millionaires!
@hichris123 I'm already looking bad enough sitting in the tavern closing questions...
3:55 PM
@bjb568 shhhh! The-one-that-shall-not-be-named is on vacation!
oh, shhses
Sent USB drive thru washing machine. Still works.
For some definitions of "works", sure O_o
4:14 PM
> "Dad, when I grow up, if I can't find a real job, maybe I'll try Stack Exchange." -- Tim Post at 5:16 AM - 24 May 2015 via Twitter
> None exemplified kind, human SO moderation like @lizardbill. We honor him w/ steak, staff, & skyped-in @codinghorror. pic.twitter.com/hjviCvk35A -- Stack Exchange at 7:21 AM - 24 May 2015 via Twitter
Still can't recognize the person between Bill and Shog. This was in NC; possibly one of SE employees indigenous to the area.
@SmokeDetector ignore-edited
4:29 PM
@Yes gone
@Yes Nick is in NC...
But that's not him. :P
@Yes ask the NSA... they know
Nobody else from NC is listed on the /team page; but then again, Chris J-Y is not listed there either - the page is out of date.
5:00 PM
user image
Clearly, that GIF is @bjb's worst nightmare.
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: enjoying vibrant looking skin immediately by irene quezad on math.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector gone
@SmokeDetector ignore-edited (though not a great question)
6:47 PM
@SmokeDetector fp-
Just clicked "looks ok" on a crap question in triage.. Gotta pay more attention.
Link? Then the Tavern people can kill it >:D
It's already killed..
oh, okay
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: Connecting Two Points - please assist by Jessica on stackoverflow.com
@SmokeDetector ignore-closed
Looking at the history, Op destroyed the formatting, should I roll back ?
@SmokeDetector fp-
Why ¬ SVG?
6:57 PM
Why would it be?
It looks nice as it is for me.. I don't have a super-retina-awesome-apple-device though.
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