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in The Junk Drawer on The Stack Exchange Network Chat, 1 min ago, by Mooseman
Umm... how does this get on your car grill? — Mooseman 9 mins ago
Nice @Mooseman
hitting a deer would explain the blood, but not.really.bones
I'm expecting large fowl or murder.
wonder if he's broadcasting blood/bone meal as a lawn fertilizer. That's legit if you go organic
not in front of his car
11:09 AM
but broadcasters kinda throw stuff around, it could get there.
He mentioned cleaning it off the side panels also
very true.
/me waits for op to answer
@Frank error still there :(
oh well, no answering for me on mSE
Wow, this guy's still at it. Lots of long comments -_-
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website: May I prefer it ?? What is people review for it? by ddstenfdsg on drupal.stackexchange.com
11:21 AM
Re: that LH meta rant, "there's no stupid question" → I believed I also have read that on recent answer on MSO, but now couldn't find it anymore (maybe on Regex meta post). Was it by him, and now was deleted...
@Pham del
@AndrewT. yeah, he was full of opinion based rants. :/
230 LQPRQ?
11:26 AM
@Mooseman reason being?
Spam Q (TPA'd by Frank): Do not dress in loose, by miriam rosa, on meta.stackexchange.com.
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because the OP added an answer to their question. — Mooseman 52 secs ago
@Pham vlq
Where's hat?
on vacation?
@Pham gone
11:29 AM
@J.Steen Access denied (this incident will be reported).
Not that he listens to me.
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Get Ripped And Hard Muscle by Carollouyebe on askubuntu.com
Too old to edit, anyways.
@Mooseman I meant grumpy
@SmokeDetector tpu
11:29 AM
@Mooseman Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
@SmokeDetector I already have it, so pointless
@SmokeDetector gone
@Frank Eh, trees don't have muscles, only tissues.
To be more specific, Bark, Dermal or Vascular tissues.
Anyone know the answer to this on Meta.EE? I'm pretty sure I've seen the answer somewhere on Meta.SO / SE so maybe someone can chime in with an answer:
Q: Ranking on profile page -- what does it mean?

tcrosleyOn my profile page, it says "top 2% Overall". What does that mean, i.e. how is it calculated? I know it is not just my overall position within the membership. When clicking on Users - all, since there are 36 people per page, and the first page to have numbers over 101 is 183 (to discount the s...

11:34 AM
That's Meta.EE.SE.
@Unihedro, heh I guess so
@Unihedro you forgot the leaf, flower, fruit, etc tissues
@Frank Leaf, flower and fruit tissues are built up of Bark, Dermal and or or Vascular tissues as to proteins are built up with amino acids.
Cupcake is alive!!! And last seen on Feb 9
11:40 AM
@Unihedro was that his original name?
Oh, it is
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in answer: How do the adjustment barrels on a gear cable work? by uuuuuuuuuuu on bicycles.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu
@Unihedro Blacklisted user.
"uuuuuuuuuuu" haha
11:43 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in answer: Stream FLV/MKV Files From a Windows Phone(Lumia 520) in Android Phone(Nexus 4) by Guest on android.stackexchange.com
well it worked the second time...
@SmokeDetector tpu
@SmokeDetector just when I was about to ask about it
@Frank Blacklisted user.
pham didn't get that one
He's hoping for Smokey to become sentient and destroy all spam everywhere.
11:50 AM
Ima head out cy'all later
Tree ya.
Just slept 14 hours.
Aaaaah feels good.
Do you have school?
11:52 AM
Went to bed at 16:15, up at 6:30.
To be a student again.
Oh, I see. I was worried that you missed school sleeping overtime. :p
Ah, the freedom. Ah, the drama. Ah the alcohol poisoning.
12:13 PM
@SmokeDetector fp
@Mooseman Registered answer as false positive.
Fantastic post.
Wow, my English class is so late. I'm the first one here, 9 minutes early.
@bjb, while you wait in written form "nine minutes early" would be preferred.
Makes it hard to read and obfuscates beautiful numbers.
12:26 PM
n0 it d0esn7
12:41 PM
yellow snow?
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected: Calculator with four arithmetic operations by Arvus on codereview.stackexchange.com
fp, @Smokey
the offensive word buried so deep in the code it really doesn't matter
12:56 PM
@Shadow although some of the other code structure is offensive so perhaps I was right and Smokey is becoming sentient
code structure offensive.... ?
yes, look at it I hate all those extra braces and redundant terms
@PeterJ oh, lol... so you probably get a real headache on Stack Overflow :D
@Shadow, not the type to get too stressed over things so saying I get a good laugh is probably a better way to think of it
Actually re-reading that question it really isn't even a question, do most things like that on CR get a few upvotes? Just really looks like a code dump to me.
1:14 PM
@PeterJ dunno, not really visiting CR... but guess code dump is quite common since the whole point of the site is reviewing code... :)
@Shadow, yeah not really sure, but I'll keep it mind if I feel like taking a code dump somehere :) Anyway better head off catch you later.
cya @Pet!
taking a code dump - that doesn't sound good :D
@LynnCrumbling not so sure. It's about using programming IDE.
If Visual Studio questions are allowed, this one should be too
@ShadowWizard Yeah, that's what he's convinced of too. But I'd vote MySQL Workbench questions off-topic here, too. And same thing if VS users were telling me they had problems getting data explorer to work.
@ShadowWizard But it is even worse than that... the question isn't asking about the IDE.. it's about a plugin.
@ShadowWizard Either way - vote your conscience :)
@LynnCrumbling if it's official plugin written by the company selling the product itself think it's fine, it's not third party tool just yet
My FR is Shog-approved :D
This would be pretty useful; I had to manually copy over a shitload of tags when MSO launched. — Shog9 ♦ 12 hours ago
1:49 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: EXCEL CAPTURING ONLY RED TEXT by user2623359 on stackoverflow.com
Does anyone know the story behind arqade.com?
Nevermind, found it.
@KevinBrown nice, you can post this as new answer here, even though OP didn't explicitly ask about that site.
Working on it :)
@KevinBrown +1
There are more domains, I just can't remember them :\
^^ I <3 my OEM
@Mooseman Well.. tomorrow saturday is valentines day.
2:17 PM
@LynnCrumbling No, it's Singleness Awareness Iteration Day. (SAID)
@Mooseman Best to send them a pajama-gram expressing how you feel.
@Unihedro Well.. yes.. that, too.
@SmokeDetector fpu
@LynnCrumbling Registered question as false positive, whitelisted user and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
@ShadowWizard I know I'm missing the original music theory one, but I've lost the original domain
2:37 PM
@Frank this comment has a dead link
@KevinBrown you mean Sound Design. It used to be under socialsounddesign.com and was assimilated into sound.stackexchange.com
A: Did SE change its Q&A format to just-another-Internet-forum?

Tim PostSound SE was imported from Social Sound Design, a Stack Exchange 1.0 site (in fact, it was the last 1.0 site). They were, for all intents and purposes, disconnected from the Stack Exchange network until recently. They do things a bit .. differently, however we're not very concerned at this point...

@KevinBrown Also askdifferent.com
Full list of URL aliases is available thru through the API
@FamousBlueRaincoat +1 4 propr grammer
2:51 PM
Um... facebook.stackoverflow
brewadvice does not work
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Help with finding a suiting class by Simon on rpg.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector ignore
@SmokeDetector tpu. Spam on Stack Apps is something new
@FamousBlueRaincoat Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected: Installing Ubuntu on Macbook alongside OS X Yosemite by iWhenkey on askubuntu.com
3:25 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: ARDUINO TO PLC CONNECTION USING OPTOCOUPLER by Soumya Nayak on electronics.stackexchange.com
@Anna oops, sorry for jumping the gun at that poor user! But usually migration history is present in revisions, no?
Not if it's cleared. That's what clearing does - erases the history. :)
> Mod Deletes Migration History from stackoverflow.com by Anna Lear♦
occurred 9 hours ago
@AnnaLear what a scary power.... Rewrite History
I didn't realize it was a double post, so when I closed it and saw "migration rejected", I went "okay, let's reopen and clear history so the report/request can stay". That... clearly didn't work out well. :D
So in short, the OP asked first on SO then on MSE, and you tried to migrate the old SO post today?
3:33 PM
@ShadowWizard erase & rewind?
@JanDvorak yup!
No, he asked on SO on Jan 16 2014 and MSO on Jan 17 2014. (MSE didn't exist yet). His SO question got migrated and probably lost in the shuffle/not closed as a dupe. I was going through the MSE flag queue... where a comment on the migrated post was flagged.
@AnnaLear wait .. clearing.. doesn't that have something to do with Scientology?
lizard men. Lizard men everywhere.
So I closed the migrated post, which rejected the migration (which was weird in this case because the post did belong on Meta rather than SO), so I went to detach it from SO by clearing migration history, and then decided to reopen.
3:35 PM
@AnnaLear what a mess..... so what is this one? I can't see it was migrated (and it was posted on Jan 16, not 17)
that one was just posted normally
sorry, yeah, 16 for both
tl;dr: don't handle flags after midnight :P
@AnnaLear gremlins have similar restrictions.
for up to 24 hours after midnight, you mean?
3:38 PM
of course
gotta be sure
I guess I should add: do not toss your computer into water
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: PHP - GLOB- NETWORK PATH by Tobi James on stackoverflow.com
@JanDvorak that would be sad indeed, no flags handling after such a thing.
38,3 C :-(. But at least I'm getting supplied with provision.
^^^ norepro?
3:53 PM
@JanDvorak umm, what?
@ShadowWizard body temperature
@JanDvorak oh, yours? Not cool - literally. (:
4:15 PM
For completeness, I updated my answer to include all Stack Exchange websites with custom domains. Tell me if I missed any. :)
A: Why do some Stack Exchange sites have their own domain names?

Kevin BrownIt all started with three websites (created at different times), that are known as the "trilogy websites". These were created before Stack Exchange was official. Stack Overflow Super User Server Fault Some proposals were given new names once they launched. Arqade (also known as Gaming.SE) w...

It's your job to ensure there are no survivors
Nice! A color blindness emulator for Chrome even intercepts HTML5 videos
@SmokeDetector tpu
@Undo Blacklisted user.
4:34 PM
@KevinBrown Great job! Will put a bounty there if I don't forget
Small gripe: because I'm used to mathoverflow.net, sometimes I habitually type stackoverflow.net but that site belongs to someone else... At least SE got mathoverflow.com as an alias for MO.
Hmm, mathoverflow.org is not actually an alias for the site, although it's listed as such... it's something else.
Looks like they just messed up there, probably should say mathoverflow.net
4:50 PM
mathoverflow.net is the main URL to which two other aliases redirect (mathoverflow.stackexchange.com and mathoverflow.com). The .org domain also belongs to the same people, but is not (any more?) used as an alias for the Q&A site.
Ah, good point. For some reason I was under the impression that it associated mathoverflow.stackexchange.com as the primary url and everything else was an alias. Now that I look at it, it makes sense
The API query could have returned the main URLs too, but I excluded them to make the results more readable. I'll post a meta bug report about alias-that-isn't.
5:10 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: SQL IF-ELSIF-THEN by ScrubDubbins on stackoverflow.com
@SmokeDetector fp
@LynnCrumbling Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
@Undo "Laugh it up, fuzzball"
5:18 PM
@LynnCrumbling all-caps titles get automatic "ignore", so if nothing needs to be done about them, no SD command is needed.
@FamousBlueRaincoat ahh. ok... thanks
@SmokeDetector tpu, domain careyourhealths.com
@FamousBlueRaincoat Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
unusual at this time of day. Oh well...
5:34 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Cardio vs. weight lifting for weight loss by Andreas Arnold on skeptics.stackexchange.com
@FamousBlueRaincoat ^ blacklisted
@SmokeDetector fp
@Braiam Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
@SmokeDetector fp
@FamousBlueRaincoat Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
For the love of everything sacred and everything profane, this question I just posted has to be closed.
@Louis or edited into "My Selenium tests keep failing, what can I do to avoid this?"
which is what most answers address
5:46 PM
I'm not going to do this myself; with <2K it's not easy to get radical edits approved.
@FamousBlueRaincoat The question would have to be much much more specific than the phrasing you suggest. Fact is, if someone has a problem with Selenium there are gobs of questions already addressing the problems.
6:01 PM
@Louis closed
@LynnCrumbling voted
@Undo That's good news.
Sure there is a way. Google is your friend. — Mooseman 10 secs ago
@Mooseman The search engine.. or the company?
@LynnCrumbling Search...
@Mooseman Your android phone is listening in on you right now ;)
6:07 PM
@LynnCrumbling I use Windows Phone :D
@Mooseman Ah, the other overlord :)
Thanks Jan.
@SmokeDetector fp
@JanDvorak Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
A frequently asked question is "how to add a spelling dictionary to TeXworks"? There is a good explanation on the project's wiki. But those comments...
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: Factorizable huge semiprime by tryitharder on math.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating words in answer: How to create a coupon on specific product in Magento? by Richard on stackoverflow.com
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because the OP is asking for a code review. — Mooseman 8 secs ago
6:54 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating words in answer: What if the earth's core goes cold? by user73005 on physics.stackexchange.com
Just me and smokey...
7:06 PM
Any SO mod here?
Q: Could someone explain me how to react to this type of question?

Avinash RajI have solely marked this question as an exact duplicate of this question . And I know that question I linked is also an duplicate. You know, it's easy for us to find our own answer through some search query. After sometime someone commented that "the question you linked is also a duplicate of ...

Apparently not @AvinashRaj. Anything we could help you with?
people are asking me that i am trying to earn reputation from the original question. But that's not my intention.
Okay. So?
so i'm going to ask the mod to delete the accepted answer of mine in the question i linked.
Then come people know the truth.
Meh, just leave it in place. You don't need to make a point.
7:12 PM
am i wrong?
I would generally opt to establish a canonical duplicate and close it against that, but meh
it's a duplicate question.
so i marked it as duplicate.
@AvinashRaj The issue is not so much your answer on the other question. The issue is that you closed as duplicate a question/answer combo that is better than the other one (more votes, more views, and one could argue an answer that is more expressive). People see this and then wonder, why close this one as duplicate when it is better, and then some probably figure you were trying to funnel votes to your answer but that's not the primary issue.
I don't know why people come and fight with me.
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected: Mapping Legends by MathLegend on math.stackexchange.com
7:13 PM
@AvinashRaj It looks indeed like misuse of your close-privilege for promoting the question with your own answer. There are loads of similar questions such as 1., 2., 3., 4., 5.... also consider, that answers of the one you closed won't be seen by those who instantly skip forward. — Jonny 5 21 mins ago
some regex gurus already provided a solution for that same kind of problem.
Nobody is fighting with you.
Awww. puts down pitchfork.
> It looks indeed like misuse of your close-privilege
did i misuse the close vote privilege ?
@Louis absolutely correct..
@AvinashRaj No you didn't. But maybe it looks that way to someone. I'd say that the answer with the screenshot of ASCII table is the "canonical" one, so others should be directed to the post with that answer.
if anyone have the previelge pls do a reopen and mark it as a dupe of anyone from the above links.
hmm so a single screenshot judge the votes.
i didn't care about how come this question and answer got more upvotes. The mistake i made is marking it as a dupe of the question which has the answer of mine. But you people know that we could fetch the answers which satisfies a particular condition. Like that i fetched the linked question.
7:22 PM
@AvinashRaj You know what they say about 1 picture vs 1000 words...
Bethany Marzewski on February 12, 2015

The core goal of Stack Exchange is education. Everything we build is geared toward helping people learn from one another — not just the nuts and bolts of their profession or passion, but the universal skills of how to better communicate and learn. As we’ve grown as a company, we’ve benefited from many resources to assist in educating developers out of our office space, including hosting local meetups and partnering with the Flatiron School and Fog Creek for a mentorship program. …

> we’re excited that our VP of Engineering, David Fullerton, will be sitting in on quarterly meetings
And also i think the votes are stopped because of the duplicate mark.
@AvinashRaj No, duplicate mark does not do anything directly to prevent votes. It's true, though, that it may decrease the number of votes because users tend to follow the link before reading answers.
You know that, the question i linked which has the answer of mine got a downvote immediately after the dupe is made.
7:27 PM
ok bye.
ok go
On the site techtalentpipeline.nyc one can sign up as a "Potential Talent". Hm.
@SmokeDetector tpu
7:38 PM
@LynnCrumbling Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
^ offensive
@SmokeDetector gone
interestingly enough.. removed by the author.
@Mooseman Carefully calibrated at 10K and not, say, 20K :)
@FamousBlueRaincoat ;)
7:55 PM
I thought that I asked a rather innocent question but the comments are .... remarkable?
@rene It was a loaded question, beginning with "a new or low rep user gets scared away by comments" in the title. And the screenshot amplified that.
Ah, that sets it off... how can I say that without that much drama?
"OMG Rampant abuse on SO once again!!!!"
Tnx Bart, let me try that...
Throw in a "Nazi" or two
7:59 PM
@rene I'd be curious how a subset of your question would do: What is the protocol for duplicate questions in which none of the original dupes have no (or not a sufficiently) valid answer? Do all additional ones get closed?
The way meta.SO works, writing a post about one particular SO post is sure to provide overexposure. I think an undelete request placed in a chatroom would suffice.
Nazis-R-Us has buy one get one free sale right now.
@FamousBlueRaincoat I initially did but I felt that I might be biased so I thought it was more safe to ask the community first....
Does anyone here use Chrome and experience random reloads when typing?
8:01 PM
@rene "Should potentially useful self-deleted questions be undeleted"?
@Bart I use chrome. It does not randomly reload when I type. Or do you mean it does that on a specific page like chat?
Or "When is it appropriate to undelete a self-deleted question?"
(I use FF and Chrome. chat happens to be in FF now.)
@Louis I sometimes have it here in chat. But also when typing in the address/search bar
As if I inadvertently hit F5
8:03 PM
@FamousBlueRaincoat done
@Bart Maybe time to clean your keyboard from all mucus?
:D They are not THAT sticky
Low Quality A (TPA'd by ChrisForrence): ikyhrldUGKFherkjhdfligewliygflywegrlueyfdsg, by deedee, on physics.stackexchange.com.
@Bart sure, sure ...
8:23 PM
anyone familiar with bitcoin.stackexchange.com?
@Pham This is yielding "502 bad gateway | cloudflare-nginx"
Is askubuntu down?
yeah - gateway timeout (504)
Not for me
And wasn't cloudflare only on serverfault?
@AnnaLear around?
8:28 PM
@LynnCrumbling ish. what's up?
@LynnCrumbling not for me
askubuntu is giving me 502 - bad gateway
502 Bad Gateway | cloudflare-nginx
better than a bad hair day
seems fine here
lemme hit from from my home connection.
That was ok.
well.. this is odd.
trying different browser.
Ok.. now's it working for all browsers... wtf?
8:30 PM
Low Quality A (TPA'd by ChrisForrence): gfhgfgsdfydsdsxnh uuuujkghdgfh ljkn,bnfg, by hgfhdfhgf, on math.stackexchange.com.
@AnnaLear disregard .. sorry.
It looks like askubuntu.com is very close to me, only 6 hops
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in username: Galaxy Discover stuck on recovery mode by nike on android.stackexchange.com
@rene I was clearly getting there, but nginx itself was responding that it couldn't retrieve the content.
8:31 PM
Hmm, OK... strange indeed
@LynnCrumbling For future reference: support.cloudflare.com/hc/en-us/articles/…
@AnnaLear Thanks - that's useful.
@AnnaLear I was seeing both the 502 and the 504 (once)
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive title detected: What's the Italian for 'rep-whore'? by Josh61 on italian.stackexchange.com
8:38 PM
@AstroCB That's a nice one...
Low Quality A (TPA'd by Mooseman): yolo lolololololololololololololol, by poop, on drupal.stackexchange.com.
@Pham free flags on the comment, too.

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