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12:26 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: Factorizable huge semiprime by tryitharder on math.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector ignore, it's math
@FamousBlueRaincoat Post ignored; alerts about it will no longer be posted.
@AndrewT. :D
12:46 AM
@FamousBlueRaincoat Starred that as it's really a good article.
Sorry for those who already voted but this one which I posted a while back is still in need of being closed:
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: C PROGRAM SIMPLE MAX WITH ARRAY by user3040301 on stackoverflow.com
1:12 AM
@SmokeDetector tpu
@SmokeDetector tpu
@FamousBlueRaincoat Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
@Doorknob Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
uhhhh oh well :P
4 spam flags in less than 30 seconds, even when people aren't actively chatting. Wow we are fast.
@Doorknob tpu
Oh wait.
1:21 AM
@hichris123 tpu
Too broad, or unclear: stackoverflow.com/q/22705354/1864610 (the answer is NAA too)
1 hour later…
2:28 AM
Hehe, English assignment to create a quiz to judge ability on vocab/grammar. One student asked if he could copy the assignment description.
A surprise for me. Knowledge-on-demand model. Most visitors are anonymous one-page viewers. Where does "education" come from?
@FamousBlueRaincoat Knowledge-on-demand is education.
@hichris123 Then why did you close Earth Science Help! instead of providing education in the form of (C) is correct?
@FamousBlueRaincoat They seem to switch their "core goal" around a bit, but they're usually fairly synonymous.
@FamousBlueRaincoat Net educational benefit since educators can spend time doing things that can benefit more people?
3:11 AM
@FamousBlueRaincoat Because it's education for one, not the many.
Others will be googling for that too, when they get same homework assignment.
... but does it teach them much of anything?
Stack Exchange has always been about education, and explanation is a big part of education.
You can't explain the answer to a multiple choice question too well, and it's not super useful expect in a very localized situation.
3:30 AM
When I look at EdX sites, which do have that educational goal at the core... the difference from normal SE sites is obvious.
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in answer: Computing first and following sets (compiler design) by poster on codereview.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu
@Doorknob Blacklisted user.
3:51 AM
Should I ignore extended questioning that does not relate to the main question?
I am using $& to push value in my array can you please tell. What I can use instead this. or what changes I should make in following line : push ( @cgen_value, $&) if ($line =~ /\ball_ff_cge_ur\b.*?\K\d+(?:\.\d+)?/g); — eshan kanoje yesterday
Actually, I did for the first comment, but they're back.
@SmokeDetector tpu
@Unihedro Blacklisted user.
Yay, discussion badge on Meta. 340th to earn it, and first this year. Fun fact: the first user to earn this badge was not Jeff Atwood (or anyone SE affiliated).
Ohhh, I want a bronze tag. I'm really close to it!
Q: creation of oracle database one by one

SanjayMy Last question asked was wrong I will search from book

4:15 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: How to Decreases wrinkle depth.? by jimsysonya on drupal.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu
@FamousBlueRaincoat Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
It's that time of day again.
One day this will end, but that day is not today.
4:35 AM
@FamousBlueRaincoat also apparently earned the badge 3+ months before Meta existed...
@Shog9 I assume backdated due to migrated questions from SO?
SPAM http://askubuntu.com/questions/584942/components-of-a-good-bodybuilding-program
domain `powerupmale.com`
4:54 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title, Phone number detected: ℳØŁVℐ lOve MaRRiaGe +91-7508616155 SpeCAiLIst Molvi jI UK by fatimaji51 on webapps.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tp, that's some fancy unicode use there.
yeah, they've really figured out how to defeat content analysis
Ooh, finally got deputy on Drupal.
@hichris123 you didn't had that one?
@Shog9 Why doesn't SE block any use of these characters?
5:06 AM
Better yet, why doesn't SE just block everything that's not 7-bit ASCII?
except some whitelisted ranges on jp.so, russian.se et al.
@Braiam (Relatively) early bedtime puts hichris at a disadvantage in Drupal spam-hunting.
@Bart i'm a bit dense tonight I guess; not entirely clear what you're asking here.
5:22 AM
@Shog9 Looks like @Bart is pointing out that the official policy seems to be okay with allowing people to create new accounts to get around bans (since it rate-limits those new accounts), but some mods still seem to be instructing people it's against the rules.
@AlexisKing oh. Well, that's easy then: Meta s are not rules. They may document rules, or... they may just document how the system behaves.
Well, that's kinda confusing
The rule for running multiple accounts is: you can do it as long as you don't use them to circumvent restrictions.
The FAQ should state that creating a new account to get out of a ban counts as circumventing a restriction.
So I can legitimately run a sockpuppet to give myself more votes per day? o.O
Or does that qualify as "circumventing restrictions"?
5:32 AM
The vote limit is a restriction
On a totally unrelated note, really belated thanks to @Shog9 for the link to the Stack Overflow rap.
@JanDvorak see edit
Q: How should sockpuppets be handled on Stack Exchange?

Won'tSo a high-reputation, highly-active user has already been dinged once for a sockpuppet, and I just dinged him again. He probably has another sockpuppet as well. What are the guidelines for handling users who game the system in this fashion? Specifically, How can I be sure I'm looking at a soc...

@SmokeDetector gone, I didn't have time to flag even
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Hm, do I need whitespace after command? I think command, context used to work
5:46 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Best Supplement To Build Muscle And Burn Fat Fast by Sara Kluge on meta.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating words in answer: Player movement in visual basic causes pause by GREMLIN on stackoverflow.com
A: So you got banned? No problem, just create a new account (or not?)

Shog9That FAQ was... Potentially misleading. I've edited it to be a bit more accurate: Can I simply create a new account? Yes, but doing so violates the rules for operating multiple accounts - namely, it allows you to do something you would otherwise be restricted from doing. Penaltie...

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@JanDvorak Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
@Shog9 +1 ;)
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6:07 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: You will need to bring an estimate up, calories by annasykes on drupal.stackexchange.com
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[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website: Is it really benefical ,does it really work? by ssdorthywilliiams on drupal.stackexchange.com
6:32 AM
@SmokeDetector tpu
@Mooseman Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
Helpful flag #42 on Drupal.SE
You stil have a long way to go
I know it isn't a lot yet, but come on... 42
Come back when you're at 666
6:53 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: How to Gain Muscle Fast? by jodk bens on superuser.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: How To Begin Bodybuilding For Beginners? by Hillenbrand on askubuntu.com
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7:11 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Best Supplement To Build Muscle And Burn Fat Fast by Sara Kluge on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: A Look Into Muscle Gain And Fat Loss by Loren Gomez on meta.stackexchange.com
8:04 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Muscle Buildign Offer by Haley Reddy on drupal.stackexchange.com
8:26 AM
People really do upvote crap.
8:57 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website: because shrunken hair follicles are dormant by domsezu on superuser.com
Happy Singleness Awareness Day!
Maybe I wouldn't be single if I didn't spend my time on SO all day. >.>
ok, let's try again.
happy Friday 13th.
Or as I like to call it "sure, I won't get to celebrate Valentine's day, but you won't either ... MUAHAHAHAHA"
Good, coffee.
9:07 AM
February the 13th, even.
So, according to superstition-botherers, double bad!
make 1/1 the single day would be great, you even get a day off @_@
Just give me a day off today
Why do people keep saying "I need 50 rep to comment, so I posted this as an answer" as if that'll excuse it?
Humanity has a sickly obsession with trying to excuse wrong behaviour with other wrong behaviour.
@J.Steen Because human factor.
@Shog9 thank you. That, and the actual answer, answer it for me.
9:20 AM
@Unihedro Humans suck.
Bastard coated bastards with bastard filling
That's a morbid title. o.O
And, gone.
HAHAHA. Someone upvoted it.
What is wrong with people.
10:00 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in answer: how to restrict user to run sql server database only on partiular ip only? by fdhg on dba.stackexchange.com
10:19 AM
@J.Steen Sturgeon's law
@JanDvorak I know, I know.
Looks like some one is able to upvote more than 1 time ;)
Q: I can upvote/downvote some questions twice. Is it a bug?

Kiran RSI can upvote/downvote some questions(not all)(1st, 2nd) asked by Joel Spolsky two times; Is it okay? or bug? Initial vote (It was 120) I clicked once on upvote button,and the upvote button didn't changed its color to blue(Now the vote is 121) I again clicked (two times)Now the vot...

Thoughts ??
10:31 AM
balpha's answer seems already solve the case
> Your browser is not supported anymore. Please update to a more recent one.
Google, go home, you're drunk. I'm using the latest Chrome.
Google is upset for Singleness Awareness Day. I suppose they never realized they were alone.
10:52 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Some Great Benefits Of An Air Colon Cleanse? by Stellhorn on askubuntu.com
@SmokeDetector tpu
@bummi Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
11:38 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: Friedman test unreplicated complete block design error by Melo Jrf on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating words in body: How to pass apdu command to SmartCard using c#? by davron on stackoverflow.com
can someone remove the resolved from here? meta.stackoverflow.com/q/280731/792066
@bummi Nice. An accept-mark on the answer should be all the "resolved" one needs...
11:49 AM
@SmokeDetector tpu
@bummi Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
That person is desperate for his clash of clans.
is it abusive, though?
I'm voting to close as POB.
11:55 AM
It's abusive...
POB is funnier.
I also flagged. So there.
The question also sucks
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Cannot read property "match" (nestedSortable) by Sam on stackoverflow.com
12:12 PM
12:17 PM
So Meta really is murder!
I haven't gotten so many helpful offensive-flags in a long while.
@Unihedro slow clap
Could we get some more NAA on this? stackoverflow.com/questions/21457505/…
@J.Steen I already did spend a delete vote before
12:28 PM
I gotta work harder for that 10k...
no effort as a spammer, flag as spam
Not even links. Tsk.
@Qantas94Heavy x2
x3, actually
12:34 PM
Both of them, in fac-
not even mother's day
also, cv'd
Does community do that automatically?
On the basis that two low-rep users' answers were just removed as spam?
12:36 PM
I didn't even see the third.
12:50 PM
Oh geez, him again
I tempted to answer that ...
@Bart Are you, truly, a masochist?
Wow. Even Martijn Pieters has bowed out.
That usually takes a lot of doing.
@J.Steen maybe I am
1:02 PM
@Bart No maybes about it.
considers downvoting Bart just to please him
His utter lack of... empathy? Capability of understanding? Is mindblowing.
The "question" asked has assumptions. And the answer that was originally given doesn't really address them. Unfairly treated newbies should not be advised to take it somewhere else. I don't want visitors who happen to stumble upon that question to be told so.
@J.Steen Sturgeon's law
@JanDvorak You keep saying that. =D
Reflect on your opinion. — Bart 14 secs ago
I nearly busted a lung.
That is the most mind numbingly appropriate comment I've seen in weeks.
1:07 PM
Darn, I posted a comment on his post. Hopefully I can ignore his replies from now onward.
@AndrewT. BAIL! BAIL!
@AndrewT. oops
Is this that cyberbullying errant miscreants keep posting about on meta?
@J.Steen that description rings a bell for another user .. not sure it's this one
@Bart Nah, not this one. But the view of reality seems to be the same.
1:12 PM
Who knows, maybe we're all wrong
Yeah. That seems likely.
But, democracy certainly is being allowed to fight tooth and nail for your uninformed view in the face of fact and reason.
And overwhelming, contrary opinion.
en-route :-/
Nope. Being ALONE in your opinion is obviously not reason to think you might be incorrect.
This guy.
-> Brown.
1:19 PM
one man + God = overwhelming majority
Your math, it sense makes.
You're saying the man is unbelievably obese @JanDvorak?
And if God disagrees with you... well, you are wrong.
I see Bart stopped being careful and polite, and more brutal, there.
Did he stop being more brutal?
1:24 PM
What are you, my English teacher?
Jan is everybody's English teacher.
I missed "became". My keyboard, it is not complying.
Sue me.
why I suddenly remembered The Crazy King
I suspect Cerbrus is more of a masochist than Bart.
At least we're both Dutch.
1:26 PM
Ah! So that's why.
Please remind me to never visit the Netherlands
Ahw, you'd love it @JanDvorak.
I don't see why people are still arguing with him. He is obviously never going to listen or change his opinion, because that's all it is - a conviction of his correctness rather than fact.
Are they?
@J.Steen cause I could use a bit of a break. It's amusing for a while. Now I'm back to writing functional specs ... yay ...
1:32 PM
@Bart Ah, Friday afternoon break. Most people take a nap, on SE we argue the finer points of face-planting into concrete walls.
with spikes no less
1. Law
a. The judgment of a jury or judge that a person is guilty of a crime as charged.
b. The state of being found or proved guilty: evidence that led to the suspect's conviction.
a. The act or process of convincing.
b. The state or appearance of being convinced: She spoke with real conviction on the matter.
3. A fixed or strong belief. See Synonyms at view.
No less!
Rollback war too ... curious when it will get locked or closed
Conviction. Yay! I used it correctly.
1:33 PM
When a mod comes around and exclaims "this is why we can't have anything nice" @bummi.
The wall menaces with spikes of adamantium
@Bart Who is it that usually does that? Barber?
maybe we can find a duplicate?
@J.Steen the are several. But you always have to hope it isn't Shog. ;)
@Bart Or you secretly hope it is.
1:35 PM
who's barber ... or baba, barber == baba?
Andrew Barber.
@chmod711telkitty the Unitato
@Bart You made me snort coffee on my keyboard.
"Post Made Community Wiki by question having more than 30 answers" I was under the assumption it wasn't a thing anymore
1:40 PM
what's about this a dupe target? meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/269700/…
btw, question had 69 answers already... SE, you are drunk!
I wish.
the cw reason is always confabulated.
Fabricated to make up for lack of remembering the real reason?
1:42 PM
user image
Allow me to actively star that wonderful and on-topic chat-message.
First the system decides whether or not to cw, then it generates a cw reason, even if the event that triggered it is a different one.
Now. Is that uni-tay-to, or uni-tah-to?
1:49 PM
@Bart Thanks.
so baba = barber?
"Why was my answer about "hardcore dolphin porn" removed? I had also added comment to clarify the methods?"
I... well.
I was one of the people who flagged that answer.
I have flagged it as NAA.
(that new answer)
What was the original answer?
@JanDvorak Yes
Oh, hey, cake-time.
So, white to go with my brown.
Probably chocolate balls.
1:54 PM
Because it was caught as an offensive post and many users agreed (including me) that it was an offensive and at best not constructive answer and therefore flagged it. As a result, it was automatically deleted. Additionally, I also flagged this answer as it is not an answer. — Unihedro 10 secs ago
So, not very white.
@RFlack: take into account that Peter has an agenda of his own and uses any and all posts about moderation as their soapbox to shout out to the world how badly they think this site is being run. That doesn't make their opinions correct or helpful to you. Note the voting on this answer (31 straight downvotes); the community doesn't agree with it. — Martijn Pieters Feb 1 at 9:44
There is white "chocolate"
@AndrewT. No wonder, now I won't participate on his posts anymore.
@JanDvorak I'm well aware. Usually not in this kind of chocolate ball though.
@AndrewT. Yeah, once you know that, his behaviour makes a hell of a lot more sense. Even it it's insensible to begin with.
1:56 PM
Should I ignore extended questioning that does not relate to the main question?
I am using $& to push value in my array can you please tell. What I can use instead this. or what changes I should make in following line : push ( @cgen_value, $&) if ($line =~ /\ball_ff_cge_ur\b.*?\K\d+(?:\.\d+)?/g); — eshan kanoje yesterday
@Unihedro I usually do
@Unihedro Yes. You can politely tell them to post a new question, if they have a new question, and leave it.
Ok... And are such flag-worthy?
@Unihedro or tell him to ask
> Use comments to ask for more information or suggest improvements.
1:57 PM
@J.Steen I do wish to poke them to stop badgering me, but I don't feel like that's a good thing to do.
if it's a intrinsically related question about my answer, I would respond. Follow ups? new question
Cake? Mine!
steals the cake
The cake is a lie...
is so sad that regex is fairly more popular tag than perl (which most regexes are based)
1:59 PM
You do know the cake is a lie... ninja'd
steals the lie
@AndrewT. There is no spoon.
@Braiam perl is an esoteric language gone wild
because regex has been stolen borrowed by many other languages
Perl doesn't even support PCRE.
2:01 PM
or unicode, for that matter
so is C
and Java
meh, everybody knows how much you hate Haskell @jan
2:06 PM
@Unihedro Debian uses heavily perl
... Don't remind me.
... Don't remind me of Debian.
looks like if you are a horror fan, these two days should be fun for you ...
2:16 PM
... or it could signify a trend leading to WWIII
WWIII? You are so obsolete, right now we are in the WWXIX
numbering by centuries? How unrealistic
world war is like a party, wouldn't be one if no country turns up ...
I mean ... :x
2:22 PM
I'm still waiting for 50 shades of Dorian Gray
A colleague of mine wrote CAKE, a C# make-like build automation system.
The name was more amusing at the time of inception.
There had been beer.
3:21 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in username: JLoader::import vs JLoader::register by Sumer Raj Chouhan on joomla.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector fp. Not that Sumer
You really don't need to be original when making mobile games
3:41 PM
Gamers don't like original games.
Still, as terrible as it is, Candy Chrush is well executed
Huh… Spanish teacher hinting at maybe honors next year.
That's like one of those "I have to build a sharepoint site" questions on SO, except this one's about electrical engineering.
I wonder if you have to show your effort on EE. =D
@bjb568 weren't you the one who told us last week that you didn't do project work or course work?
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