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3:06 PM
@AndrewT. It's PeterJ's fault.
[ SmokeDetector ] Korean character in body: Weird characters and deficiency of the attribute. Python by Nikita Shub on stackoverflow.com
sd ignore-
Since when did the SO shirt change? The one I just got is just the stacks -- no tony the pony or unicorn or anything.
It doesn't even say Stack Overflow on it.
What'd you get a shirt for?
It's the election swag.
3:17 PM
@hichris123 pic pls
Too lazy to take one...
Geek day at work ...Thanks @StackCareers for the #stackoverflow t-shirt ! #devooxfr http://t.co/dhApGWBlQL
It's that ^
Hm. I guess the message is that the logo is recognizable enough that the name isn't needed.
I guess so... but the regex post in the shape of a unicorn was... nice.
sd tpu-
3:25 PM
rude, naa, and OT a bundle of 3 in 1.
There's two answers there that need to be flagged
@hichris123 I don't like it. Neither the post nor the idea of putting it on a t-shirt. It does not send the message "this is a useful resource".
More of "this is a place full of people that are ticked off about something, tread carefully"
Mmm... okay...
@1999 but, but... UNICORNS!
3:30 PM
It's a little... bland though.
Also @Undo got more swag than I did. :P
watches as @hichris123 breaks into @Undo's house and steals the shinnies
You're watching me? Stalker much?
not you, no...
glances suspiciously
[ SmokeDetector ] Korean character in body, korean character in title: 〔유다이소↓Udaiso01。com〕 §강남오피방의 위치ᘠ수지오피≫ ᘡ사당오피 by hkwb5335 on gaming.stackexchange.com
Sigh... Korea takes over the world
3:44 PM
@UnicornsAreVeryVeryYummy o/
@SmokeDetector gone

Korea takes over the world

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3:59 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: Strange result with Maatwebsite/Laravel-Excel by Alejandro Jurado on stackoverflow.com
Today's xkcd comic (XKCD Phone 3):
If you're not completely satisfied with the phone after 30 days, we will return you to your home at no cost.
What happened to Stack Overflow OS?
> waterproof, but can drown
@hichris123 SOOS? beats me...
Was that before or after SOTV in the sequence of stupid ideas?
He's back:
A: Taiwan is not a province of China

Jay LeeTell me WHY MY POST IS DELETED? Taiwan, by UN standard, is 100 PERCENT province of China; either definition of China is ROC or PRC. Majority of countries acknowledge this including USA !!! Taiwan, at most, is de facto independent; self-ruled independent political entity. HOWEVER: Taiwan has N...

4:09 PM
Screenshot for those of us who can't view it?
@KevinBrown the exact same body as last time... just that now with a header
I never saw it last time :(
And if you didn't see it last time... it's just an angry rant about how Taiwan is part of China.
@hichris123 that's cause I drew a crappy picture, which naturally deserves more swag than, ya know, participating in democratic community processes.
@Undo obviously. :P I'm a little disappointed though... I got a shirt, a mod hat, and stickers. Oh well though.
4:15 PM
a mod hat?
@hichris123 wow it was so clean back then
@hichris123 I didn't get a mod hat :(
@Andy Well, uh... I guess you didn't ask for one? Oops, probably should've told you to ask for one.
> The form "Someone Thinks You're Awesome!" is no longer accepting responses.
Hello :)
4:20 PM
@hichris123 They've gotten enough Awesome, I guess
I guess so. :P
@bjb568 In CSS width and height are actual property names. Questions concerning widths and heights may not necessarily relate to those properties, so I feel tags named Height and Width would be more appropriate in this situation. — James Donnelly 10 mins ago
What does he mean, just capitalized?
People who think width should be a tag probably haven't put to much thot into it anyway…
whotespace would be a bad tag
What would it mean?
@hichris123 DDOS attack from China in 3, 2, 1...
somebody post a burninate req for whitespace
4:25 PM
@bjb568 No, he's just saying that he thinks width and height should be separate tags from your proposed css-width
why not [wh tespace]?
Perhaps a synonym between width and css-width?
I don't even. width is not a good tag.
Useless tags. I'm sure there are many more useful tags that could be applied to the same posts.
Why is whitespace good but not width? (Genuinely curious since I'm not a CSS person)
4:30 PM
We don't like wh tespace either
They're both non-catagorizational.
yeah, we don't need tags that don't catagore something
@Mysticial Well, at least I think everything is backed by CloudFlare now.
4:50 PM
... I don't see anything offensive in the second.
@TinyGiant Log.d("onGroupExpand", "this shit works?");
@Pandya glad for you it's solved, but my opinion stands - they can't support all browsers, and other things might break suddenly.
@Pandya as far as I know, there was never help center for chat, only faq.
4:53 PM
Don't you love it when people actually take pictures of their screen, lol
I'm used to it on Math... an out of focus picture of a screen with homework assignment is a popular way of asking questions.
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported question: Male Perf Croyez-moi, je l’ai utilisé by ryednyjadeey on askubuntu.com
@SmokeDetector funny, is tagged with "performance"
4:57 PM
blacklist candidate male\Wperf\w*
I do. But I've no clue about building packages, so that is to be expected.
Pretty straightforward
5:17 PM
A: Does SO 'celebrate' the 10M Question milestone?

Tim PostYes. But I'm not yet sure what we'll do. It's been awhile since we just had a bit of fun here on meta and felt great about something awesome that just happened to this thing that every single one of us have worked so hard to build. It will probably involve: Unicorns and rainbows Copious amou...

@BoltClock True, but Stack Overflow is now my job (and only job), and we have folks on our ops team to help send it out. I'd hate to miss a chance for everyone to have some fun around a pretty awesome achievement for all of us. — Tim Post ♦ 5 mins ago
I would be surprise if it didn't involve unicorns and rainbows.
I think Tim heard my cries.
Jun 28 at 15:28, by hichris123
We haven't had a swag contest in a while. :(
So... @1999 when should we expect the 10M'th question?
nicael posts question on SO
I answer it
Explodes in popularity. Remains only answer
It's a hot question.
What did you do, @BoltClock'saUnicorn????
@hichris123 How does a question reach HNQ with just one answer?
5:26 PM
Okay, maybe it's not a HNQ.
I can't explain "viewed 4849 times" if it wasn't a HNQ though.
Although HNQ is weird... stackoverflow.com/questions/31338934/… hit HNQ even though it's super super simple. I guess that's what a Skeet answer does though.
argh the wifi suddenly turned horrible, 5s ping times…
> non-catagorizational
@bjb568 wifi = lag + longer round trips + jitter
5:49 PM
@hichris123 Publicist badge implies it got traffic from outside SE network, i.e., not via HNQ.
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: How to shuffle all songs in iOS 8.4 music app by Austin on apple.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector Clearly the answer is to get an iPod shuffle
@hichris123 he didn't, Jeremy on the other hand...
Would embedding a 1px image with src = questionlink on some popular page drive up the views?
5:53 PM
@1999 Probably not, referrer checking usually gets in the way.
@KevinBrown why referrer?
@AndrewT. It's SmokeDetector's fault.
Would viewing the question in an iframe not drive the views up?
If so, I can't see why it wouldn't work.
considering how borked iframes are, I'm not sure
5:55 PM
But there is an easy way to find out.
Frame busting probably prevents that
Yes, SE content cannot be iframed.
@Braiam The referrer will be different if you have a small image driving up views
Why 10 million and not 10*1024^2 ?
Also, I think reaching the number is a cause for lamenting, not celebrating. It means not deleting enough.
5:58 PM
@hichris123 Depends. For all we know, next month one of Shog's proposal gets implemented and the count is down to 5M.
16777216 is what really needs to be celebrated
Damn, that last star pushed the bjb mascot off the starboard :(
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: Polymer Neon Animations doesnot work by Rushabh Ganatra on stackoverflow.com
@1999 Based on your Expert Analysis™, what's your guess?
searching for stackoverflow 31324387 (the nicael question) returned "Progginator!", I couldn't find relevant post from social media though
6:01 PM
@hichris123 check out how many questions are eligible for autodeleting
@hichris123 I'll post it on expert-analysis.com
> Fedora Test Page
Whatever happened to ExpertsExchange?
You can buy the domain now.
6:02 PM
inb4 bjb buys it to redirect to DD
Oops, I forgot the hyphen.
otherwise, it could be misread as "expert sex change"
@AndrewT. You mean proppy-go-ae.appspot.com/progginator_? You can see the link in the line where it says "TIL that even elements like [...]" if you do a quoted search for that the proggit post comes up first
ah, I see
!se stackoverflow user 1114
it's Jeremy Banks
41 mins ago, by BoltClock's a Unicorn
6:08 PM
yeah I noticed. Just want to know where he shared the question
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: Where to find Magick++ API? by jah on askubuntu.com
abusive ^
the rest of his answers on the same question are NAA
not the longest one though (I guess)
6:31 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: XPS 13 Ubuntu Issues by czaarek99 on askubuntu.com
About that rep char : post length ratio...
blacklist candidate daytradingacademy (.org)
@1999 That does not look like a valid post URL.
6:44 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: Wash Sales and Day Trading by jose on money.stackexchange.com
Clever choice of spam title:
@1999 Should we instead lament our failure with unicorns and rainbows?
More daytradingacademy SPAM: money.stackexchange.com/a/49767
@SmokeDetector fp-
6:51 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating words in body: Need XSLT to remove Nodes from nodes from top of XML by jdeluca on stackoverflow.com
@SmokeDetector edited
7:07 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in body: Cronbach's alpha, When to use it by Joseph on stats.stackexchange.com
7:20 PM
Is Meta the place for Area51 bugs?
I have no idea whether that was a joke or not :/
never mind
it doesn't resolve ;)
Is this like... the opposite of spam? RE: Is outsource.com a good place to find a job, or is it a scam? by Developer on freelancing.stackexchange.com
@ᔕᖺᘎᕊ Yes, report on Meta. Heads up: nobody cares.
@1999 lol - I care tho! ;P
7:24 PM
Okay, that was too harsh. They will probably fix some breaking behavior, but they aren't likely to react to nicael-style bugs.
@ᔕᖺᘎᕊ Then my warning fully applies. Area 51 is not under development; no features are being added. Since closed proposals are automatically deleted...
@1999 oh
thanks for telling me!!
you saved me 5 minutes of my life! :P
@1999 what was your old username if you don't mind me asking? I've completely forgotten!!
@1999 Wow - those are a lot of username!
Ahh that's it!
Homegrown tomato!!
did you make that?
@hichris123 ?? Are they supposed to be posted there?
7:34 PM
@ᔕᖺᘎᕊ Yes, it's my script. Source here
@1999 cool - you should post that on Stack Apps for an upvote from me :)
@ᔕᖺᘎᕊ You could post there, in fact some people do. But Area 51 is also on topic on Meta, which is more active. meta.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/area51
@ᔕᖺᘎᕊ Done: Find old display names of a user by 1999 on stackapps.com
@1999 ok thanks - I'm not posting it now anyways!
@1999 hmmm - apparently I've already voted on that before!?
The Stack Apps post is from back when my version control system was "a folder on Dropbox". I don't feel like bumping all the posts to change the links, but will add a comment.
7:37 PM
I should probably start paying attention to what I vote on :P
@1999 you might as well bump it! Stack Apps hardly gets bumps!
(other than by Community ;)
@1999 Hrm, I always thought it was supposed to be reported on discuss.A51. But shrug.
@hichris123 thanks for the link - if I ever do post a bug, I might post it on A51... I dunno ;)
@1999 I never knew about that API method! Cool use!
[ SmokeDetector ] URL in title: free uk domains on getdotted.com? by Valentine on webmasters.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] URL in title: Free .uk domains on getdotted.com? by Valentine on webmasters.stackexchange.com
7:46 PM
@SmokeDetector ignore-
That smells like a spam seed
@hichris123 Verry interesting. I think it's a spammer
I'm going to flag it
Probably, but I'm tired of the reports. :P
@1999 why?
7:47 PM
Okay, what's the deal with putting "free stuff <site name>" if not for SEO purpose?
I'm not so sure,,,
which? The one in the screenshot?
The body of the post is just diversion.
And they did it twice
7:50 PM
@hichris123 The ones they put in the title of each question
@1999 startSSL is fairly well known.
@SmokeDetector fp-
@hichris123 That doesn't mean they don't want better pagerank for "free https certificates"
@1999 They might, but I kinda doubt it's spam. I've known about it for years, so...
But in general, these have 0 chance of being approved on Meta (think of who has 2000 rep here), so it's hardly worth posting.
Although getting the spammer blocked sooner is probably good.
code review election voting began just now
8:09 PM
I don't have enough rep on CR
@rene It's easy to get it.
@rene You still have 4 days to get it.
Really? I don't have sock-puppets, remember
that's what a @rene would say...
8:15 PM
In fact, we upvote so much that certain users think we have a site problem.
On CR, one good question will net you at least 6 votes within a day. You'll get the first 101 from being already a regular on SE.
I got more than that with my md-html.
But time of day is key.
@Braiam tnx for blowing that cover...
You're a dandelion, but it's too blurred to see that?
What I am remains a mystery
8:20 PM
@rene According to your profile picture: a flower
@rene that's what a Shog would say...
@SmokeDetector fp-
Looks good, except I'm not familiar with "".join(match) is this how one converts to a string in Python?
@1999 That's how you convert an array/tuple to a string.
The first .join() is since we have two capturing groups, it returns the match as a tuple, the second is to turn all matches into a single string. So array of tuples -> array of strings -> string.
I see, it's the other way around compared to JS [array].join(separator)
8:48 PM
Makes sense.
@1999 yeah, it's weird.
@hichris123 now, you need to add extra lines?
Flake requires two lines between methods.
I... kinda forgot that. :P
Number of "make flake happy" commits ++
is that a convention or what?
8:57 PM
Apparently, a requirement of this source file checker, lint-y thing
It's based on PEP8, I think.
> Method definitions inside a class are surrounded by a single blank line.
> You should use two spaces after a sentence-ending period.
I never understand that two spaces after dot stuff... I mean, you don't space it twice while handwriting
9:03 PM
> Surround top-level function and class definitions with two blank lines.
@Braiam ^
@hichris123 don't you have a text editor that supports editorconfig?
That... takes configuration. :P
We're totally going to write and perform a nose flute symphony over here.
Can't wait, right now we're scheduling auditions.
Will a recording be online somewhere?
9:15 PM
Yeah, I'll make sure it gets recorded.
Just wait a few weeks.
6-8 perhaps?
10:03 PM
Data scraping seed questions, if anyone wants to spend closevotes without thinking much:
Or if a mod is in the mood for clicking delete...
@1999 a mod in the mood D:
So many free flags!
> If he manages to survive and gain some combat skill, he'll be able to clean fish and kick ass at the same time.
I wonder how many people can say the same?
10:32 PM
10:56 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in body: Making Custom fields available in WooCoomerce REST API by RichardN on wordpress.stackexchange.com
11:15 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: CONVERT IN STRING AND THEN INSERT INTO A TABLE by ysabel88 on stackoverflow.com
11:42 PM
This Twit is trying to recruit someone to write a virus for $500 stackoverflow.com/q/31351812/1864610
> Professional challenge
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