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12:08 AM
Interesting question: Are questions about Chrome OS on-topic? by fixer1234 on meta.superuser.com
I'm kind of hoping they are... because there is no obviously better site to put them on, and creating a separate site for Chromebooks doesn't seem reasonable.
12:26 AM
@SmokeDetector fp-
@NormalHuman I think that the only underserved would be the ones that have hardware questions, since (if I'm not mistaken) every app is just a clone of the google apps
@Braiam There are many applications that run on Chrome OS and are not Google apps. My favorite text editor Caret, for example.
Most of these do run require Chrome OS, and can be used elsewhere in Chrome. But Chrome is on topic at SU anyway.
if we go that route, your question is equally on topic on UL, AU, AskDifferent, etc.
12:46 AM
Blame Google for messing up the concepts of OS and browser.
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: In Facebook, is there any way to update an existing photo post? by Fuqoff on webapps.stackexchange.com
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@NormalHuman at which point the OS you run becomes irrelevant
True, which makes such topics most suitable for a site that's not OS specific...
then you don't even need a chrome-os tag, or even mentioning the OS
12:49 AM
The functionality may be different; after all, the editor works with locally stored files. I haven't encountered practical differences between Caret/Chrome/Windows and Caret/Chrome/Chrome OS, but perhaps I wasn't paying attention.
Anyway, I've never asked a question on Super User and don't expect beginning to ask... I somehow tend to not have computer problems.
the majority of my questions are either, self answer or conceptualizations
1:05 AM
Today is the 5th birthday of Home Improvement, congratulations! A post from the first day of private beta, now locked: What are the tools that every Do-it-Yourselfer must own? by Mike Sherov on diy.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: CAN YOU HELP ME WITH CREATING A FORMULA by Matt Cooper on math.stackexchange.com
> These commit messages are a pretty good summary of my state of mind right now. pic.twitter.com/AkPF90Kbu0 -- Rock The Kasra at 5:30 PM - 20 Jul 2015 via Twitter
1:21 AM
I'm pretty sure I'm not going to mess with TWP election. Besides it's impossible to find anything that needs an edit but isn't closed.
7,757 questions on the site, of them 2,878 closed. That's 37%.
Even Programmers have less: 9678 closed of 36592, about 26%.
Let's see who closes more. On WorkPlace: 2089 normal, 333 binding. On Programmers: 4425 normal, 814 binding.
3:03 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in body: How should I write the email? by Alex on ell.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector fp-
so someone with less than 3k flagged as dup, then op confirmed dup? that must be it
3:19 AM
@Dronehinge whistles
I should get 3K, btw... but there aren't many answerable (for me) questions lately. Either some syntax trivialities, or some obscure issues with toolboxes.
we need you in the SO close queue ASAP
The most-viewed LH question: How to cool off a room really fast without a fan? by JohnBobSmith. I don't think the answers there help much.
3:34 AM
> When you've spent 20 minutes crafting a thoughtful answer on #stackoverflow, and OP deletes their own question. pic.twitter.com/o7wF0nX8FE -- Jeremy Martin at 4:27 PM - 20 Jul 2015 via Twitter
3:49 AM
When you've spent 20 minutes crafting a thoughtful answer on #stackoverflow, and OP deletes their own question. http://t.co/o7wF0nX8FE
That's almost as bad as duplicates.
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[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Enhance weight management? by kimyrusk on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title, blacklisted website in body: Turbo Jam Exercise Movies For Weight Loss by Diana A. Safford on superuser.com
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[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body, link at end of body: needs to be taken out of the Shad by Thomas Arroyo on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: There may come a time when someone by Billy Moreland on meta.stackexchange.com
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[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: You will never be too old to get by Billy Moreland on drupal.stackexchange.com
5:04 AM
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[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Life is an incredible ride that you by Billy Moreland on superuser.com
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Hello @balpha
Lets trash stuff
Q: Rename font in PDF using itextsharp

BalaI would like to replace a type1 font (Embedded subset) name and I tried to replace font name in fontfile3 stream but still its not achieved PdfName baseFont = dict.GetAsName(PdfName.BASEFONT); if (baseFont.GetBytes()[7] == '+') { string rename = baseFo...

5:11 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Tips For Healthy Skin Care by barrychenchen chen on superuser.com
Kids, don't spam when a mod is around.
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@NormalHuman gone
@SmokeDetector fp-
@SmokeDetector ignore- should be on fitness.se
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phew, that was a close one, i was 2 pixels off from clicking the wrong button on an audit
6:35 AM
Is it stated anywhere that the mini-graph of reputation in the profile is not particularly accurate?
The number that it shows on hover on the very edge from the right is not necessarily the current reputation.
Sometimes off by 100 or so.
The closest report on Meta is My reputation graph on Math.SE shows me as having the wrong reputation but it's supposedly status-completed.
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, blacklisted website in body: And see you turned it is on what by Davy Jones on stackoverflow.com
i'd start a new question @nor
6:43 AM
Okay, a report already existed on meta.Math so I retagged it as [bug].
@SmokeDetector naa
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: you read throughout the quart by Loria janu on drupal.stackexchange.com
7:03 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in answer: Testing open boundary conditions by Dennis McMillan on sqa.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected: https://jsfiddle.net/8LZNa/4/ by Christian Cugnet on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, blacklisted website in body: which can be more or less only a candy bar by dean daws on superuser.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: That Which You Can Study From Beauty Schools by jordan walis on meta.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: AZURE SQL TRUNCATE TABLE PARTITIONS by Eduard Chromík on stackoverflow.com
7:28 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating words in answer: Replace comma separated numbers with weekdays in SQL by Shahzad Riaz on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported question: How to write an essay with the help of custom writing service? by Ahmadwilson on meta.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: We were also able to see these quests in action by qroonqroon on wordpress.stackexchange.com
7:49 AM
@SPArchaeologist I am not sure if this edit is okay. meta.stackexchange.com/q/242281/245360
The dev team can't mark the question as when one of the two has been fixed.
@PatrickHofman that is an interesting problem I haven't considered.
Do you think it is better to replicate the question?
@SPArchaeologist I would create a new question and point to the bug in Android as possibly the same problem (it might just be an API fix, be we don't know)
fell free to edit and/or rollback. I will also have a question to see how the rest of the community (and hopefully the staff) feel about this kind of issue.
@PatrickHofman here
leave that be for a little, then I will probably fix the question the way you suggested.
8:06 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Black magic Specialist In Albania 0091 7734898057 by seo expert on askubuntu.com
@SPArchaeologist ok. good point. answered
@ShadowWizard can you also confirm that the ios app has the same behavior described here?
@SmokeDetector ?
!!/test object
@UnicornsAreVeryVeryYummy Not blacklisted
8:15 AM
!!/test except
@UnicornsAreVeryVeryYummy Not blacklisted
Why would very common programming terms be blacklisted?
!!/test parse
@UnicornsAreVeryVeryYummy Not blacklisted
8:17 AM
!!/test extend
@PatrickHofman Not blacklisted
!!/test add new object
@UnicornsAreVeryVeryYummy Not blacklisted
!!/test Parse Javascript SDK
@ProgramFOX Not blacklisted
8:17 AM
This is a nice game.
@UnicornsAreVeryVeryYummy Not blacklisted
!!/test I am
@PatrickHofman Not blacklisted
8:18 AM
!!/test I am using Parse Javascript SDK, but I cannot add new object using Parse.Object.extend except for TestObject
@UnicornsAreVeryVeryYummy Not blacklisted
Yeah, !!/test checks bodies but we are having a title here...
8:19 AM
Comon mob deletion
I'll go and make !!/test check both title and body.
And can it say what the word is?
Or it will get flagged
> This user is spamming multiple sites. Nuke them everywhere please
8:26 AM
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@SmokeDetector gone!
!!/test I am using Parse Javascript SDK, but I cannot add new object using Parse.Object.extend except for TestObject
@ProgramFOX Body: not blacklisted ;
Hm, it should show the title data, too.
ah, I found the mistake :P
!!/test !!/test I am using Parse Javascript SDK, but I cannot add new object using Parse.Object.extend except for TestObject
@ProgramFOX Body: not blacklisted ; Title: blacklisted:
8:35 AM
"Title: blacklisted" with empty reason O_O
Eh, I use the body reasons for the title -_-
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body: Maintaining Your Colon Healthy by thuy nelson on askubuntu.com
!!/test I am using Parse Javascript SDK, but I cannot add new object using Parse.Object.extend except for TestObject
@ProgramFOX Body: not blacklisted ; Title: blacklisted: Bad keyword in title
I'm more worried about my semi-colon health.
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@Bart why?
8:39 AM
If that's not good, the shit hits the fan
So, it appears the bad keyword in that title is "testo", wrapped in "TestObject"...
@ProgramFOX haha
Well, iOS app does show a banner that it's protected but also doesn't allow adding answer. Looks like both apps assume that if a question got a "notice", it can't be answered. — Shadow Wizard Oct 18 '14 at 21:50
(unless you mean check if the bug still exists? If so, can't do that, moved to android)
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in answer, blacklisted website in answer: How do I AirPlay mirror my iPhone screen to my MacBook Pro? by William Ryan on apple.stackexchange.com
8:54 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported question: Awfully numerous Americans live paycheck to paycheck by Jameshopesca on meta.stackexchange.com
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@SmokeDetector dunno does not look like spam but...
Let me throw this idea here and leave: chat.stackoverflow.com/rooms/25767/conversation/tag-mod
9:10 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Best Anti Aging and Skin Care Products by steph eoyer on superuser.com
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A: Guidance for new editors

Jeff AtwoodThe first time a user attempts a suggested edit, we should probably present them with some dedicated help, rather than dumping them into the live edit. It's similar to the philosophy behind the help we provide to users asking their first question. It's a mandatory, must-read-and-click-OK type of...

Broke his five-month silence.
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keywords in title: Exactly how Professional Packers and Movers Bangalore by Surendra Mishra on english.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, blacklisted website in body: How To Boosts your energy level? by reneacarson on stackoverflow.com
@SmokeDetector using c++, you can do anything
blacklist candidate xtremenitroshred.com
9:24 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: What is Beverly Hills MD Lift + Firm Sculpting Cream? by Alice Franks on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported question: What is Beverly Hills MD Lift + Firm Sculpting Cream? by Alice Franks on drupal.stackexchange.com
9:35 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Penis Development Cycle And Gender Desire Raise by olgam eader on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in answer: Where to find market research info on adventure games? by Cristiano Nguyen on gamedev.stackexchange.com
Spam gets sicker and sicker each time I see it
Bye... Whoever it it?
9:52 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body: Using Mandrill Send EMail with Attachment in .Net by Nirav Vyas on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating words in body: unable to ping one from ethernet interface by Sara on askubuntu.com
10:19 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, blacklisted website in body: Striking things about this extremely fruitful gathering home what's by Etta Hinkle on stackoverflow.com
10:31 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: How to make lovely body? by quliza jerry on drupal.stackexchange.com
My current google search query: sharepoint eldritch list bug
Today's Listening | Electronic / Progressive Rock / Space Rock
helo @Gnome
not bot?
No, GnomeSlice is not a bot :P
GnomeSlice is bot a not :P
10:42 AM
@ProgramFOX I know, seen him on the bridge before
@DroidDev Fails @D's test due to copying
@ProgramFOX Actually, users on Arqade board don't seem to be so sure about that.
Given the lifestyle we live, we ALL are bots
@SPArchaeologist why?
Slaps my face
Duck test is a humorous term for a form of inductive reasoning. This is its usual expression: If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck. The test implies that a person can identify an unknown subject by observing that subject's habitual characteristics. It is sometimes used to counter abstruse, or even valid, arguments that something is not what it appears to be. == HistoryEdit == Indiana poet James Whitcomb Riley (1849–1916) may have coined the phrase when he wrote: When I see a bird that walks like a duck and swims like a duck and quacks...
10:44 AM
He must be a branch of the @xkcdBot
reworked to provide music links instead of comics
what if xkcd is reworked from gnome slice to provide comic links instead of music links?
@DroidDev then we are from bots
We are all bots
Bots everywhere
@GnomeSlice Bots Ponies everywhere
@GnomeSlice but you'll have to agree that bots in flesh and blood are way more intelligent than electronics ones
11:12 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Best Male Enhancement Products by unaina wioz on meta.stackexchange.com
11:23 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body: Question put on hold by user2260823 on meta.stackexchange.com
@Bart @rene
@SmokeDetector regexes should ignore internal links... unless they are spamming by proxy?
11:41 AM
@GnomeSlice Nice
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported question: A Perfect Body Shapers by loydcnickel william on drupal.stackexchange.com
@Pro how come Smokey didn't catch it automagically? ^
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blacklist candidate tryslenderagarciniacambogia.net
!!/test A Perfect Body Shapers
11:44 AM
@Braiam Body: not blacklisted ; Title: not blacklisted
just in case
@ShadowWizard Body checks are delayed to avoid too many API requests.
@bummi garcinia is already there without word boundaries
!!/test garcinia
@ShadowWizard Body: blacklisted: Bad keyword in body ; Title: blacklisted: Bad keyword in title
!!/test Bart
11:48 AM
@ShadowWizard Body: not blacklisted ; Title: not blacklisted
!!/test Jon Skeet
@ShadowWizard Body: not blacklisted ; Title: not blacklisted
@ProgramFOX so it would have been reported in a minute or so?
!!/test softorino
@bummi Body: not blacklisted ; Title: not blacklisted
11:50 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: APPLICATION OF 0 K TEMPERATURE by Afzal Vasaya on physics.stackexchange.com
@ShadowWizard You could have expected it to be posted somewhere in 1-10 minutes.
@bummi why should it be blacklisted? Can't see any blacklist request for it...
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: SKYRIM: WHERE DID CICERO GO? by Dylan O'Hagan on gaming.stackexchange.com
12:05 PM
12:28 PM
@ShadowWizard sorry, had to go, there was an answer on apple promoting it
12:44 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Phone number detected in title: SQL Server installation error code 2226388992 by lentinant on stackoverflow.com
In addition to bounty what can I do in order to lead to official attention for this?
@ShadowWizard If you have any idea as said there?
stackoverflow.com/questions/31536245/… I realize this could be coincidence, but it appears that you've created duplicate accounts to ask duplicate questions. Don't do that. — rlemon 6 mins ago
though, I wonder if giving bounty on a would be of any use....
didn't even change the text..
@rlemon I'd go for other flag, if you haven't already
12:56 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Phone number detected in title: socket.io/1/?t=1397773773470 404 Not found by Darshika on stackoverflow.com
@SmokeDetector Isn't it seems error rather than phone number?
It's a URL parameter that has the format of a phone number.
@Pandya only pinging a dev here in chat about it.
the chances are something like 30/30/40
30% the dev will say "sure, will take a look"
30% the dev will say "will take a look in 6-8 weeks" which means back to square 1
40% no reply will be given
Currently Is any dev present here?
let's see who is pingable...
1:02 PM
Idon't know about him/her
only balpha, I'm afraid
OK let's do it
@balpha hey, if you got a minute can you please take a look here and see if it's feasible? Thanks! :)
runs away
@ShadowWizard thanks.
@Pandya you're welcome!
oh, @Shog9 is also pingable, but ain't no dev. That said, he can drag @Oded and @Anna back to the Tavern, looks like they weren't here for too long :D
1:08 PM
@ShadowWizard @balpha doesn't have time for this. He must work on important stuff, like my request for an alternate unicornify service that uses MLP:FiM flash puppets. ^_^
I think @BretCopeland (about me says "I'm a developer for this company") is also...
@Pandya but he's... well... not really active here or in MSE
So I prefer to leave him alone :)
@bart I also often like to place model warships in the bathtub and blow them up with flatulence too
What about Pops, a community manager?
1:12 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in body: microprocessor ebook by Ramesh Gaonkar by nana on cs.stackexchange.com
@Pandya yup, not a developer either.
Why are you trying to ping everyone? Wasn't it suggested that you simply put a bounty on your question? I'm pretty sure if you ping the entire dev team, you're going to anger people
Hey @JNat
Here's your mod
See he's active
@Andy thanks for suggestion.
1:16 PM
I am also a mod, of local whatsapp group ;)
ping me if you need anything ;)
@DroidDev halp halp halp halp me make andriod app plz
no! :P
I am bad mod
@UnicornsAreVeryVeryYummy active.... big word. No new game since 2011
@SPArchaeologist what game?
No new PLATFORM game at least.
1:18 PM
@ShadowWizard and that was the last time @ShadowWizard was heard of.
@UnicornsAreVeryVeryYummy @jnat I stand my point. It is time to turn that avatar into Beck and let Capcom live alone its fall.
@ShadowWizard if I'm not mistaken Oded and Anna are the assigned to break login :P
1:30 PM
Hi @Unicorns
@SmokeDetector gone?
[ SmokeDetector ] Phone number detected in title: socket.io/1/?t=1437482662157 404 Not found by Darshika on stackoverflow.com
@SmokeDetector fp
@ProgramFOX Registered question as false positive and added title to Bayesian doctype 'good'.
I've got a random question for anyone in the USA, based on some US TV I've seen would a typical person answer any question from a police officer with sir? Say you're a normal citizen and get pulled up for something trivial like a broken tail light or 10mph over the limit would you say "yes sir", "no sir" etc when asked if you had a license or warrants etc?
1:44 PM
@PeterJ It all depends on how much trouble they think they are in, and whether or not they naturally end with "sir" when speaking to authorities
I am really thinking of moving my chat room... If I can just have Howl lend me Calcifer, that is.
@Kevin, thanks just made me wonder. Just I've seen it so much on US programs like Cops and pretty much anything involving police I wondered if how common it was. I don't think in Australia I've ever really heard it and not the sort of thing it would occur to me to say, unless they did something really epic like literally save my life.
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: SQL SUM VALUES FROM A CONDITION by string nome on stackoverflow.com
2:07 PM
a little too many theappsolutions.com answers today for my feeling
@bummi I only see 1? Nevermind, they are spamming across multiple sites
If that was all on a single site, that'd be the definition of spam (linking to their site in every post, not mentioning affiliation)
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: DJANGO MODAL WINDOW AJAX by sbncl on stackoverflow.com
@bummi this one just got an upvote: superuser.com/a/943305/254138
2:14 PM
I'm guessing this question is also probably off-topic on SU? Seems like a better fit for Stack Overflow, but I'm also not super familiar with the amount of crossover SU allows.
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: Do I still need original diablo 3 to play reaper of souls? by Nightshade on gaming.stackexchange.com
@Braiam done
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: How does a near-future society move past Facebook? by Tyrabel on worldbuilding.stackexchange.com
@KevinBrown I don't think it fits for SO, it's a rec or broad question IMHO
2:18 PM
Same guy posted again serverfault.com/a/707376/69715
@bummi I'll rephrase that: it doesn't feel like a SU question as it's more about programming (which is SO's territory) and less about general computer hardware. But after looking at the FAQ, it might be on topic at SU.
@KevinBrown I still don't think so, but I might be wrong
2:39 PM
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A: Can't use Google Photos app with main Google Account

ricoWhat is my favourite car and my favourite phone

I'm afraid this is unanswerable.
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