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9:13 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Skin Care Products and Reviews by pinbeea wioz on meta.stackexchange.com
9:23 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website: This is exactly why one of many details by Barbar Aboger on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, blacklisted website: that are and what are you by ganhi ganhi on drupal.stackexchange.com
9:42 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website: Marriage - 7 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Break It Off by user294895 on meta.stackexchange.com
9:54 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in body: VLAN Creation on Juniper QFX5100 by Mukesh on networkengineering.stackexchange.com
10:05 AM
Not sure whether this guy is just trolling, but it's off-topic:stackoverflow.com/q/30544735/1864610
@HoboSapiens Removed by author.
Is there something to this edit that I'm missing? It seems that it only changes one word. stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/8258803
10:25 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: He is looking he actually has in this is real talk by louisehammn on drupal.stackexchange.com
@Qantas94Heavy: Rejected.
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Skin Care cannot Reject by ferry john on drupal.stackexchange.com
10:46 AM
@Qantas, it was pretty pointless edit but were you talking about it only being a five not six character edit? Took me a while to notice but I guess wiki edits must not have that limit.
@Unihedron you should have used brackets
@PeterJ: I thought that wouldn't have gone through, so I was curious as to why.
there were 2 approvals
@Braiam robo
Fair enough. Probably could do with an edit though to something like "Excel is a widely used spreadsheet program" to fix the grammar part without implying it's the most used.
10:49 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Top Tips For Better Youthful Skin by Gloria Green on askubuntu.com
@PeterJ That's what I thought as well
but I can't propose a 1-char edit
Meanwhile, the user suggested the edit again...
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, url in title: http://www.wecareskincare.com/rapid-repair-eye-serum/ by alfred scott on meta.stackexchange.com
> You have already reviewed this item. It needs more reviews from other users to be completed.
Unihedron reviewed this just now: Reject
This is not an advertisement article. There is no point promoting a product as "the most widely used" - it is not relevant for a tag wiki.
Qantas 94 Heavy reviewed this 1 min ago: Reject
Why do you keep suggesting this edit? It is not necessary and a waste of time to review.
@Unihedron, I think you should be able to propose a < 6 char edit? This was only 5 so it seems the limit can't be on wikis.
10:54 AM
@SmokeDetector we care skin care?
@SmokeDetector gone btw
wth that user duplicated the line in a suggested edit and it still got approved
SuperUser is wrong...
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: STM32F4 and nRF24LO1+ interfacing by Ankit Lohani on electronics.stackexchange.com
can someone check what edit is pending? stackoverflow.com/tags/excel/info
11:06 AM
@Qantas94Heavy oh... reject, reject, reject!
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, blacklisted website: How ToMeet a buxom delightful lady today online for nothing? by anajcoomer on superuser.com
^ Seems like the Comfort Inn is the perfect place for hooking up with girls...
@Qantas94Heavy That's what they want you to think
why does Smokey, in general, report SO spam very quick and SU very late?
@Braiam that tag wiki one is quite deliberately destructive...
> Removed unnecesary promoting and historical paragraphs
If you KNOW it's historical, why'd you remove it?!
if someone wants history about excel, check wikipedia
is not relevant to SO
in fact, it was almost copied from here cis.poly.edu/~mleung/CS394/f06/week01/Excel_history.html
@Braiam Your definition of almost is interesting
11:14 AM
@Unihedron first sentence, at least
you know that almost is almost relative
That's recursively wrong.
@Unihedron inf is not here to validate your statement
@Inf halp!!!
./inf --validate statement --user uni
cd "Tavern on the Meta"
./validate.sh --statement:3513942 --requested Uni
11:18 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Best Anti Aging Products by franc long on meta.stackexchange.com
11:52 AM
validates @uni's statement
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: I love it so much it handle it 1 by Blierty sohnia on drupal.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu-
Low quality, seems to be missing a link...
12:30 PM
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[ SmokeDetector ] Nested quote blocks in body: Is there a math basis for what I observe in simulations? by Gaja on math.stackexchange.com
1:17 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Skin Care Join Today by ferry john on meta.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu-
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[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: HOW TO REMOVE CM12 NIGHTLY FROM SPH L720 by YAHAS on android.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: How do I activate Google Translate in Chrome? by Suckmydick69 on android.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu-
0 questions in camping topic challenge after a week, please post your camping hack questions
1:38 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: Null Pointer Exception in adapter Android by AndroidHunter on stackoverflow.com
@SmokeDetector ignore, rolled back
@hichris123 Post ignored; alerts about it will no longer be posted.
@hichris123 probably shouldn't ignore those ones, since pretty likely defacer will try again
Ugh, can someone look at that user again?
@Roombatron5000 eh.
I swear that user's just copying code from questions & pasting it in an answer.
@hichris123 going to custom flag that user so a mod can investigate, their actions are suspicious.
They've also posted a Google shortlink back to their profile on every post of theirs.
1:46 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: WHAT DID I DO? PLEASE HELP! by Pure Epic Gamez on blender.stackexchange.com
How does this answer the question? It is already in the post from the OP! — rene 32 secs ago
Oh, Martijn is on it
@rene how'd you know that?
I was looking at one of the posts and when I refreshed it was deleted by Martijn
2:02 PM
Q: User is suspended network wide except not really

Roombatron5000This user has been active on Lifehacks recently, even though he's currently suspended network-wide until June 14th (1 month suspension started on May 15th). The user is suspended network wide on every other site he is on, except lifehacks. How could this be?

How does a question get closed as duplicate by the Community user, eg meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/295621/… ?
@JonasCz When someone votes to close as duplicate, the OP gets a "Yes, it solved my problem" button. If the OP clicks on it, the question is closed by Community.
Oh, Ok.
2:20 PM
How come their "Communites" section on the right (on Lifehacks) only lists the one Lifehacks account, and not all the other ones ? perhaps it's a separate account, just with the same name ? — JonasCz 1 min ago
Maybe this ?
Err, on the left..
@JonasCz If you go to the network profile of both, you'll always see the LH account, and then a bunch of suspended accounts. — ProgramFOX 13 secs ago
Q: iOS app won't let me post a question on a localized child meta

bfavarettoI tried to post a question on Meta Stack Overflow in Português, but the iOS app didn't let me submit it because it thought the question missed one of the required tags, as you can see here: My post did have not just one, but two of those tags. But our tags are localized and the app didn't chec...

2:33 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in answer: What are the options for a prepaid SIM card in Germany? by Borys on travel.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tp-
@cybermonkey true/tp cannot be used for answers because their job is to add the title of the question to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'. If you want to blacklist the poster of the answer, use trueu or tpu.
@SmokeDetector tpu-
2:39 PM
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2:53 PM
Q: Flickering browser tab while editing

AnthonWhile reviewing this I got distracted during typing with flickering of the browser's tab text. The text seems to get redrawn on every keystroke while editing the body of the post (not its title). I have noticed something before, but not investigated this. I suspect it has to do with the code ...

I put so much effort into that GIF !
Including (ever so slightly) animated freehand red arrows ! Check it out !
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3:25 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website: you can keep their brain health by richel sanson on math.stackexchange.com
Q: Room description in room card can have illegal unicode characters from truncation

bjb568 You can see the room card on the right in the transcript. Notice how the last character is displayed as a replacement character, which is wrong.

Yet another unicode bug. — Unihedron 12 secs ago
tchrist must be proud
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@Mooseman Any idea who (and why)... if you don't mind 'disclosing' the info? :)
@ShadowWizard I plan to find out next week. Regardless of the users involved or the original suspension reason, I'd expect a moderator to have a pretty solid explanation for lifting a network-wide suspension. It's the kind of thing that you're supposed to stop and carefully think about. — Anna Lear ♦ 14 mins ago
4:39 PM
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5:00 PM
@SmokeDetector fpu-
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating words in answer: How do weather conditions affect pouring a concrete foundation? by jeff on diy.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector tpu-
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5:16 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: HELP PROBABILITY EXPONENTIAL DISTRIBUTION by Cuong Bui on math.stackexchange.com
5:32 PM
Having Lifehacks be the only SE site you can post on is a special kind of hell, even worse than a normal network-wide suspension. It's reserved for only the most troublesome users. — Jason C 4 hours ago
I still find this funny..
@cybermonkey I almost thought there was a bug on my screen. I need a 3d screen..
@JonasCz when I first saw it, I thought so too.
@JonasCz IMHO Mooseman is a poor moderator...
Mooseman did it ?
who else would? every other moderator on LH seems to be taking the job seriously except himself.
problem is that IMHO he doesn't do enough, and he locks far too many posts.
@AnnaLear, I'd (We'd) love to find out as well, could you maybe ask him to post an answer here (if possible) ? — JonasCz 4 mins ago
5:37 PM
@cybermonkey Remove diamond?
@cybermonkey *him
I'm not talking about historical locks either, talking about him often locking good and high-quality questions.
@JonasCz I don't think a moderator is supposed to discuss suspensions and un-suspensions in public.
They may choose to, if the user invites such discussion.
@Yes Maybe an exception can be made, and If he chooses and nicael agrees. Would be nice to find out.
5:39 PM
Nice for whom? What good would come out of it?
Just thinking it would be nice to find out, but yeah, probably not so good to argue it in public.
(apparently can't reply with images, ah well)
you can
5:44 PM
@SmokeDetector tpu-
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[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: What TESTORUSH RX and Enduros Male Enhancement? by rokdtyx on superuser.com
@SmokeDetector tpu-
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destroyed for impersonation
Q: Remove the [Glitch] tag

ChipperymanThe glitch tag has no use. The top five questions don't relate at all. In order: Glitch detection in MP3 files Glitchy GPU output Office 2013 drawing oddly Mouse moving on its own Sound card glitching

This really needs a creative title..
@JonasCz 'Remove the [glitch] in the matrix'?
5:59 PM
@cybermonkey That's a little bit ..too obscure ?
Is there a way to find out which message in chat has had the most stars, ever (cc @bjb) ?
Bye, I have to go now.
6:25 PM
@Unihedron any chance you're responsible for bin's latest flag?
@JanDvorak Show me?
some shortish code snippet
unformatted in C or something
I'm not even there, so vote to your hearts' desire.
@hichris123 check again...
6:30 PM
@JanDvorak I clicked unsure
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Fun fact: If you go here‌​, and switch away from the tab, the title changes to "I miss you" (with a unicode heart symbol) . If you change back, the "I miss you" goes away. I want this on my own website, it's cool..
Is the reputation loss from DV'ing a question new? I've always thought it was only answers that when you DV you lose 1 rep.
@JonasCz window.onblur
@cybermonkey ?!
6:39 PM
@cybermonkey ?!
@JanDvorak my rep tab, all bar one are questions:
@cybermonkey No -1 for me. Must be something else.
Err, If you downvoted an answer that was then deleted.
@JonasCz confusing
@JonasCz does it?
if you navigate to a deleted answer it shows the question instead
@JanDvorak That's it.
If you hover on the link, it is a url which goes to an answer, except that the answer is deleted, so you go to the question instead. If you have 10k, you'd see the deleted answer when clicking the link I believe.
6:48 PM
/review doesn't load for me
Huh, now it works.
New question pages feel slow to load sometimes today..
@bjb568 ban'd?
Of course not.
[ SmokeDetector ] Nested quote blocks in body: Events in WCF Service Architecture (Server Side) by Syed Osama Maruf on programmers.stackexchange.com
long OT rant
@SmokeDetector man... that was a decent question ignored...
Ubuntu getting as worst as microsoft now
7:20 PM
@SmokeDetector tpu
@SmokeDetector tpu spam
@michaelpri Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
7:37 PM
@michaelpri That one wasn't spam, just an NAA from a clueless user. I wouldn't blacklist them for being clueless.
@Yes I wasn't listing it as spam, but I will remove from white list
Forgot / there
@Yes User removed from blacklist (244624 on math.stackexchange.com).
Yeah, just realized that
7:52 PM
BTW, if anybody has any complaints of bug reports for DD, I'm on a "bug fixes and performance enhancements" frenzy now!
So, report.
@bjb568 it exists. Ding!
That the site exists is a bug
What's DD?
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: My MacBookPro is continuely "Kernel panic" by Alessandro B on apple.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector ignore- this mess
or format
@bjb568 Did you create it?
7:56 PM
Just you?
Mostly me.
Impressive, it looks pretty cool
A lot of it is the node modules, which I didn't write.
But I still wrote the majority of the code.
I'm guessing you're a web developer then?
8:00 PM
Full stack Javascript!
@bjb568 committing your node_modules directory?
@KevinBrown Yeah
Is there a way to not do that?
… without having to add more steps to how to run the server locally?
@bjb568 Stick node_modules in your .gitignore, then run npm install to download the dependencies.
8:03 PM
Generally it's expected that you npm install Node projects when working on them locally
Committing your dependencies is pretty poor practice.
ok ok I'll change it
@bjb568 It is hosted on your own server or on a hosting service
Wow, we got bjb to change something for the better. :O
8:05 PM
I'm actually hoping to build a website in the coming months for my dad's business
@AlexisKing Well, it makes sense…
^^in case you haven't already seen it :)
@ᔕᖺᘎᕊ thought it was Mooseman.
@cybermonkey I know ;P I read ;)
at least it's clarified :)
I personally don't think it was a test, and that it's just an excuse, but every man to their own.. — cybermonkey 12 secs ago
edited it:
I personally don't think it was a test, and that it's just an excuse, but every man to their own. If it really was a test, why didn't you suspend them again? IMHO you saw the user was suspended and decided to give them a chance on LH for an unknown reason (maybe to get more activity on your slice of SE?), and got caught out. — cybermonkey 4 mins ago
8:19 PM
Your site really sucks, @Mooseman.
@bjb568 Does not seem to need a life hack — A "life hack" is a seemingly intractable problem that can be solved by thinking outside the box. Unfortunately, everyday "How to…" questions about learning a craft or new skill are outside the scope of this site. See about Lifehacks. If the author can show how this needs an "outside the box" solution, edit and 'flag' to reopen.
I take it that one?
@bjb568 I wonder if the SE team is aware of its crappiness?
*is aware
If so, I wouldn't be surprised to revoke Mooseman's moderator privileges on LH, I was a community manager for a gaming clan a couple of years back, and I've seen cases similar to this.
8:23 PM
Come on, don't flog the lowrep too hard, @Jan.
@JanDvorak team is a plural noun collective noun used as a plural, whatever that means.
These cases were pretty damn similar; newbies newly promoted to moderator who just did not have the experience and were trigger-happy with everything.
It always ended up with the losing their moderation priviledges.
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: NEED GOOD TITLE by sarah on writers.stackexchange.com
+1 for meta
> The second is a girl who is the christian god reincarnated, and satan reincarnated as a christian boy.
8:28 PM
@SmokeDetector These books sound like they really suck.
tpu for shitty fiction
@SmokeDetector fpu
@cybermonkey Registered question as false positive, whitelisted user and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
OP self-describes as a pre-teen in their other question, so yeah.
Doesn't "pre-teen" violate COPPA?
COPPA is dumb, so who cares?
8:34 PM
I actually have no idea what SE's COPPA policy is, now that I think of it
@KevinBrown Well, it never says that they're under 13.
A: Are moderators required to report users younger than 13?

Robert CartainoSummary: It is NOT your job to actively go out and hunt this stuff down, but if you are somehow made aware of a problem, just click a few buttons so the team can handle it. As a Moderator♦ you are not an employee, agent or representative of Stack Exchange, so technically you are not "legally" ob...

what is with my stupid comments there?
I totally parsed the post wrong
OT fun:
I flagged for comment cleanup, BTW.
8:49 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Nested quote blocks in body: Thumbnails, channel_short_name and channel fields oh my! by Rab on expressionengine.stackexchange.com
I still do, however, maintain that the law is stupid and it isn't SE's responsibility to enforce it. I doubt that they need the protection in the first place.
@SmokeDetector tp-
Mooseman's popular around here; -4 (and only +1 I think) so far:
A: User is suspended network wide except not really

MoosemanI unsuspended the user This was a test to see if it was possible to unsuspend a network-wide suspended user on a single site. I'm glad to find out this is by design rather than otherwise. Due to the nature of their original suspension -- which is not mine to discuss -- I have resuspended them o...

Why's Mooseman a mod, anyway?
Wasn't it him that didn't even review first posts properly on SO?
Uh... you guys done trash talking?
Or do you want to be nice for a change?
That would be nice...
9:01 PM
How nice of you to say!
You know how difficult that is for me, don't you?
Flowers are always nice.
Too nice. Stop it, please.
Q: Can we change our mods here?

kenorbFirst of all, I'd like to apologise if I offended anybody here by asking for the second opinion about my removed answer (I really do). Usually when you go to the doctor, you've right to do so. And this post isn't aiming for it either. I'm one of the first users during private beta who was trying...

9:05 PM
@SmokeDetector fp-
Proposal: kill "black magic" keyword
Q: Destroy the [companyname] tags, they are useless

JonasCzI think that all the tags for a company / corporation / IT group in the form of [companyname] should be burned. The add no value to the SO, because: They do not make it any easier to find questions, as these companies have many different products. Some of these tags seem to be a magnet for off...

Just noticed that if you add an exclamation mark (!) to the end of your title, it is turned into ? Instead..
@JonasCz because you need to use the interrobang‽
me has a text replacement for interrobang!
9:18 PM
Looking for a site with content formatted as a table or list, which updates often (every minute). Suggestions?
@Yes reddit?
@Yes chat?
@bjb568 it uses div's
@Braiam sure, but it's still basically a list
@bjb568 I think Yes wants semantical HTML list/tables
9:19 PM
@Braiam Yes, and reddit is a bunch of divs too.
They are everywhere. :(
@Yes was about to tell you the same...
Careful, Shog doesn't like having more than 1 tag per burninate req, and will assert his wrath! — bjb568 2 mins ago
@bjb568, Shog is on vacation, we can go crazy !
He's still on vacation?
9:23 PM
I think I'll just generate something myself for testing. A news site where the front page is <ul> list
With no CSS at all. (not required)
Not anymore it seems.. Seen a few new meta posts by him. Maybe he did post them while on vacation.
@Yes What do you need it for ?
Testing ImportHTML in Google Sheets
@bjb568 Want me to (attempt) to work on HTTPS w/ DD?
@JonasCz No; he actually predicts what future meta posts will be and then writes answers to them and sets up auto-posting to maximize productivity.
9:28 PM
@AstroCB No kidding. This answer was posted within 16 minutes of the question. The story, image and all.
@Yes Maybe he just has a lot of socks to auto-post questions, then he auto-answers a little bit later?
2 days ago, by Alexis King
@Shog and @JasonC confirmed same person
The evidence is growing.
@hichris123 Oh yas!
Wouldn't you need the cert?
Or do you have your own?
@AlexisKing So I changed stuff. Then it didn't work. Then I did tried to fix it. Then it didn't work. Then I did sudo npm install mongodb even tho it was already installed and working. Then it worked.
9:49 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Nested quote blocks in body: Selection Sort Recursive Python by Kendall González on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected: "Kitchenette" by Grinderman - help in writing lyrics by ernest58 on english.stackexchange.com

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