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1:00 PM
lol I hope that one's homework
I suspect it's Ryanair trying to save money on dev costs
"Let that intern handle it"
This approach is bananas. You should log flight in one table then sum it up and then check that sum against the service interval. For the sake of avation safety, please, please outsource this job. — jurgemaister 14 mins ago
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: WHAT IS THIS SOUND? by Susan on sound.stackexchange.com
And use the correct datatypes. Store minutes as int or long for gods sake.
uint8 will do in a pinch, but you're wasting two perfectly good bits of permanent memory
per record
1:07 PM
I've done a few of those sorts of things for heavy vehicles and equipment, approach I've always used is to record running hours that never resets then you just record the hours at each maintenance point to keep a good history of it all.
@PeterJ Yeah.. if you don't need the granularity of minutes... no harm in .75 or 1.5..
@PeterJ That was the point of my comment
@JanDvorak uint6? Didn't know mysql had a uint6.. huh..
Updating a database fielt to keep track of someting is a terrible, terrible idea
It's surprising how people seem to forget about logging and hisory
1:13 PM
@Undo Yay for the 2015 Stack Overflow Moderator Election! Election voting ends in 0 days, 6 hours, 46 minutes and 12 seconds.
@SmokeDetector delete
WTF is anyway?
Q: what is the Regex for this these cases

MoritoWhat is the regex for this : word=microsoft-ds_tc word=%{?} Thanks.

> Grok is a web framework running atop of Zope application server written in Python with aim to make Zope techonology more accessable to the masses as well as speed up the development process.
Not A Real Tag.
That’s just ish.
1:22 PM
Polysyllabic utterances preferred.
I still fail to see the relevance to the question.
In fact, I cannot tell what it is asking even.
Sorry, f@ceb00k is blocked by my anti-ick filters.
@Mooseman "Zope is a Python-based framework for building secure web applications." -> "Grok is a web framework running atop of Zope application server " just wth is this?
@Braiam I didn't write it. I never even used it.
@Mooseman nah, I'm just wondering the actual relationship and (f)utility of using both
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: How does ECDH arrive on a shared secret? by Babby on crypto.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted user: How do I start to debug my own Apex code? by user17271 on salesforce.stackexchange.com
I hate those mathjax reflows...
1:35 PM
The questions in this tag are not good
^ burninate!
Burninate the whole course
I'll write up a meta post
@JanDvorak Indeed.
Why not let SO be used this way? It's not harming the site IMO.
1:36 PM
@ShadowWizard I have a problem with the use of a tag for a course, not the question(s).
@ShadowWizard think about the childrens, and how they will laught at us for allowing this to happen
> Anyone can explain this?
> Has anyone else encountered this issue?
> Does anyone know what is wrong with my xCode?
@Braiam ...or thank us if they happen to be in such a course.
What pendejo downvotes bug reports?
1:38 PM
@tchrist no repro'ed
... or it's a feature!
11 hours ago, by yellowantphil
@tchrist when it's not really a bug for example
@JasonC Nice book/essay/answer on Super User. ;)
That one is wrong on the starboard. Easily repro'd.
@Braiam Flagged for mod attn on the username as well.
1:39 PM
Some twerp downvoted my bug report.
@ShadowWizard Using it for course help would be fine, but I see questions that have no code, questions that have images, and questions that have giant code blocks. I found one that is a decent question (and not surprisingly, it's one of the ones not exclusively tagged with a single tag)
Perhaps Shog was right and I should have used Bananas.
@tchrist only if they're dancing
unicode 8.0 - animated fonts?
1:42 PM
@JanDvorak If my printer can handle it, I'm all for animated fonts.
@JanDvorak The internet is doomed. Can we at least bring back <blink> while we're at it?
now let's push the banana up and away out of the window!
1:44 PM
Yes. We have some. Bananas. We have some. Bananas. Today.
@ShadowWizard NOOOOO!
@Mooseman have banana trigger the above wonderful gif :D
1:47 PM
@jurgemaister You know.. I didn't catch this little gem the first time through...
> Obviously the MySQL TIME field is 24hr format and won't support anything over 24:00:00 so it looks like it will have to be a VARCHAR.
@LynnCrumbling oh my god...
@Braiam It was so horrifying, I didn't really know what to say.
I know nothing about SQL, yet I know that's so wrong
1:51 PM
@AstroCB Yay for the 2015 Stack Overflow Moderator Election! Election voting ends in 0 days, 6 hours, 8 minutes and 25 seconds.
86_401 leap seconds on the wall,
86_401 leap seconds.
    Take one down,
    Pass it around,
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@Braiam It's kind of like saying... well, my car is out of gas, but this vinegar stuff is clear too and about the same color, so it'll probably work just fine.
@Braiam Or better yet... taking a belt sander to a square peg .. to round off the edges.. Now it'll fit into that round hole!
This is more a programming question related to the API than a question about the API itself. Therefore I think it is off-topic. — Patrick Hofman 8 secs ago
Am I right, or not?
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in answer: Semaphore wait() and signal() by user4815198 on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: What is the difference between DHE and ECDH? by jingyang on security.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: What is the difference between DHE and ECDH? by jingyang on security.stackexchange.com
1:57 PM
A SmokeDetector chat block.
That's not common.
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: Trying to login to RDP using AS3 by user4815198 on stackoverflow.com
wow, that question has nothing but junk answers
@rlemon welcome to the quality control cruise
2:12 PM
Windows crashed :o
Safe mode, Malwarebytes... looks like we're back online.
This is tchrist's cue to belittle you for using the operating system you prefer.
Anyone here?
2:27 PM
Who has broken activity tab of per-site meta profiles? (Try to switch to Activity here: meta.stackoverflow.com/users/1288/bill-the-lizard )
@bjb568 Depends. Can you speak english?
@pizza me.
@JanDvorak ya
2:35 PM
Good, someone reported on meta.so
Woot, election closes in 5h
@Mooseman banana cupcake
@ShadowWizard Only implemented in the literal switch.
@Mooseman banana
2:48 PM
@Mooseman SHOG!
@ShadowWizard false
Shog is false?? Nooooooooooo
in The SO Tavern (Free Snacks) on Stack Overflow Chat, 8 mins ago, by Closey
[ EditMonitor ] Potentially bad edit (Link in summary): 1819765
^ reject please, spam edit
@ProgramFOX 9 minutes in review?! oh my
any SO mod can ban him from reviewing edits? ^
2:50 PM
Yeah, EditMonitor is also very useful for catching robos >:D
@ProgramFOX My brain has LITERALLY exploded.
Approving obvious spam should cause at least one month review ban IMO
> Kevin Rave reviewed this 10 mins ago: Approve
1 min ago, by Shadow Wizard
robo reviewer http://stackoverflow.com/users/668650/kevin-rave
@ShadowWizard oh
2:52 PM
@Braiam What exactly is wrong?
@ASCIIThenANSI check my version
@ASCIIThenANSI really?
2:55 PM
@ASCIIThenANSI: I'm not sure all the code ticks were necessary.
@ASCIIThenANSI so you think this is valid formatting?
I thought it was repz for breaking things? — Oded ♦ 1 min ago
@ShadowWizard In a sense. Maybe not all the code ticks, but they can be useful for clarifying what parts are code and what parts are things such as IDE features.
@ASCIIThenANSI can, but in that edit it was not used but just ab-used
@ShadowWizard Oh, wait, that was approved?
@ASCIIThenANSI this is how it should be used stackoverflow.com/q/29758782/792066
2:58 PM
Can't believe I didn't read that.
@ASCIIThenANSI that's the whole point.....
@ShadowWizard We should have a meta post or something that tells people when to use code ticks.
Q: Reject an already-approved suggested edit when rolling it back

BoltClock's a UnicornI just had to roll back about a dozen incorrect suggested edits that were approved, because all they did was litter backticks all over random words and phrases and calling it improved formatting. This is just one of the less exciting cleanup tasks I've taken it upon myself to do, as these edits ...

@ShadowWizard traces the bug
like this? ^
3:01 PM
@Jahid please don't add code formatting over keywords that are not necessarily factual code. It makes it very difficult to read and it's actually not very welcomedBraiam 7 secs ago
a wack for the editor
@ShadowWizard My eyes! It burns!
@ASCIIThenANSI now you can hate @ShadowWizard
@Braiam now the formatting people have <s>inf</s>**ected th*****e*** chatro*****ooms
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected: meaning of β€œdeli”, or what a deli sells by memoir reader on ell.stackexchange.com
3:07 PM
@ASCIIThenANSI you mean now the formatting people have --inf--ecte*d* t*h*****e chatro*****ooms
@SmokeDetector ignore
@pizza Post ignored; alerts about it will no longer be posted.
@Braiam or the formatters are just being _crazy_.
@Mooseman SHOG!
@Mooseman nope.
Running as me shouldn't respond to shog
3:10 PM
@Mooseman pony
[ SmokeDetector ] Nested quote blocks in answer: DB2 SQL convert decimal to character pad with zeros by Filipe on stackoverflow.com
!!are you alive?
3:17 PM
@SmokeDetector needs an edit, too trivial for suggestion.
@SmokeDetector edited
@bjb568 why did you kill cap?
@JanDvorak I can suggest an edit.
@ASCIIThenANSI ... to?
to make it too broad instead?
3:21 PM
@JanDvorak I thought what he was asking was something related to translating content within HTML.
Yeah... a tool to
3:37 PM
some of the tags could use some burnination, too
3:56 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in answer: Enable chrome://flags/#enable-npapi via Puppet manifest by ivan on apple.stackexchange.com
@JonasCz It's shouldn't even be a comment. And he's an unregistered user.
That user is my new hero. He complained in the comments about people not using SO as it was intended while posting the same question 2-3 times — Alvaro Montoro 1 hour ago
@ASCIIThenANSI, I don't really feel like creating an account there just to flag that answer.. I'm sure someone will do though..
Nice banana gif :)
Sep 14 '14 at 17:05, by Jan Dvorak
bananas bananas bananas
4:06 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating words in answer: Put a bullet into orbit around the moon by user78431 on physics.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu, someone trying to be funny
@ProgramFOX Blacklisted user.
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected: Battery things consideration by RealDeal_Vic on askubuntu.com
@Undo Yay for the 2015 Stack Overflow Moderator Election! Election voting ends in 0 days, 3 hours, 45 minutes and 24 seconds.
How long till we have the results after the election ends ?
4:15 PM
@JonasCz It'll be officially announced after a couple minutes, but we can download the voting data immediately and run STV on it ourselves
hard to tell which is faster
that's what I'll be doing as soon as the election ends
@JanDvorak Meh, it's fun to race a robot
even Shog is? O_O
And it'll help if I have OpenSTV already running and everything, instead of fumbling around with downloading stuff right after the election ends.
It's announced by a robot ? Cool !
4:17 PM
HF :-D
Any sufficiently advanced human is indistinguishable from a bad AI.
Screw OpenSTV, manual calculations rule
HF ::-D
4:37 PM
@A.J., you know they posted an answer 30 seconds after you right? Also, more than one answer is allowed on a question. — Andy 10 secs ago
@SmokeDetector edited
To be fair, that question was certainly very similar. — Bill the Lizard ♦ 41 mins ago
4:53 PM
You know what's awesome? Everything you see on the right now on the internet was made by a person, directly or inderectly.
math.stackexchange.com: 2
money.stackexchange.com: 1
buddhism.stackexchange.com: 1
gamedev.stackexchange.com: 1
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^ that wasn't.
Okay, that sounds better :)
@ASCIIThenANSI I'm not a person. I'm not made by a person.
@Undo Technically, it was. You made SmokeDetector, and you still called the command.
4:54 PM
@ASCIIThenANSI Most of the stuff in here wasn't:

Low Quality Posts HQ

Home of bots for catching low quality posts (and sometimes spa...
@Unihedro How, exactly?
@Andy Someone wrote that bot. And those posts. And made those votes.
@Undo, Is there a list of commands for the SmokeDetector bot somewhere ?
@Andy I'm SmokeDetector, a bot that detects spam and low-quality posts on the network and posts alerts to chat. A command list is available here.
4:57 PM
@Undo Thanks, should have looked there myself..
Hiya @meagar :)
Hey hey
How goes?
Looking forward to election results?
After doing my best not to think about it for the last four days :p
Either you'll win this year or you'll win in the next few years, either way you win
5:04 PM
Another year or two is nothing after all :p
This'll be an interesting one
The new Chrome bookmark page is confusing...
> just a balloon talk
Thank you Sir Andy, i get it now, but i just want to say- by stackoverflow's standard on a question, a question is hardly terrible or bad, since you try to recreate your problem so any1 can pick and have the same problem, and any answer responds to a question, like yours to mine, you have even though 7+ and i am having --17, you are addressing my question, even though its terrible and the community disagrees, but appreciating a question helps users like me to follow the standards of a question - just a balloon talk — supporter 1 min ago
wow, you sounds like you got knighted.
Imagine that, a knight engaging in balloon talk.
That sequence of words has never been spoken or typed before. Ever.
5:24 PM
@Undo Neither has my wondrous dog ate a whole can of beetle paint, then went to play with his pet robodroidphone.
> Why does emptying disk space speed up computers? Answer 17 will shock your belly fat away! (Did I do that right?) superuser.com/questions/903579/… … -- Stack Exchange at 8:48 AM - 21 Apr 2015 via Twitter
^ featuring our very own @JasonC
@rlemon I remember it was annoying or something
kk, I saw a few people call die a while before. you were just the last so I thought I'd ask
I've removed her from the room
if anyone wants her back ping me
I don't mind having her in here
5:37 PM
@pizza Click bait! There are only 7 answers there
@AndrewT. Yes. I always thought of bookmarking as routine action. Chrome made it an exciting adventure, that I'm glad to live through every time.
@bjb568 Pot...meet kettle.
@rlemon ignore BJB please
||are you alive?
@rlemon Of course!
5:40 PM
okay. well she's back then
ping me if this is a problem anyone.
I think you're in the wrong place if you want to find those who didn't vote yet
@EdCottrell You just missed a chance to sneakily link to your own nomination :)
@Bart Probably true, but you never know... :)
Hm, maybe post a programming question on SO with "vote now" embedded in it somehow?
5:43 PM
Ed doesn't do that @Undo. He transfers money instead. Thanks btw @EdCottrell.
@Undo Well, that seemed a little too obvious. :)
Someone needs to find a way to embed a <script> in their nomination to make people vote for them :P
They'd get their diamond revoked, but it'd be cool
@Undo just wait until nicael runs for mod
@Bart ... oh. Yeah, so I guess it might actually happen
5:44 PM
How many Pythoners will win?
@Unihedro as many as it takes to screw in a lightbulb
@EdCottrell Somewhere there's a real Nigerian prince that desperately needs help getting funds out of the country. Poor guy.
5:53 PM
@Unihedro 3/3. That's what they get for scheduling the election the week after PyCon.
But that one's closed.
Maybe we'll get a recounting of events for this one
meh okay, closed
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it's so weird that the election page floors times
6:10 PM
Not only that page; in other places with timed restrictions (awarding bounty, changing username) it's the same. 1 hr 55 min is "one hour".
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