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12:03 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Youtube Embed Video by Edward on stackoverflow.com
 
Morning everyone
 
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Q: An obsolete comment I flagged was instantly deleted- what gives?

cybermonkeyI got a notification that someone suggested an edit to an answer I wrote (TL:DR; I rejected it as it was making an unnecessary change to the URL). I then went to the actual question and found that the author of the question was the one who suggested the edit & had changed the link in their questi...

anyone help me with that?
probably some simple explanation for it
 
@cybermonkey it contained a blacklisted word - accept
 
@bluefeet ah, makes sense
 
These used to be tied to "accept rate" which was removed.
 
user259867
12:09 AM
The orange flash on submission of comments is positively blinding.
 
@bluefeet is it active on Meta?
Because of accept answer? — Normal Human 58 secs ago
Try flagging the comment above — Normal Human 1 min ago
flagged the first comment, comment is still present
 
user259867
Oh, may have been meta-main distinction.
 
I got spam mail from something similar.
 
12:14 AM
@NormalHuman Try doing the same thing on my answer here: stackoverflow.com/questions/29008127/…
damn, delete and try again please, accidentally flagged as 'not constructive', lol
 
user259867
It doesn't matter what flag is. If it matches, it gets deleted otherwise not. But I'll post with a different wording.
 
@NormalHuman As long as it's not an 'other' flag. I think.
 
ah, maybe try something along the lines of 'Please don't accept'?
 
12:18 AM
yeah, that didn't do anything either
 
user259867
Well, I have a RL job to do, so I'm out of experiments for now. It's a known fact that some patterns enable autodeletion. "What have you tried?" would be deleted for sure. "Accept rate is low", too. Etc.
 
user259867
It may play a role that the comment is under answer rather than a question, and so on.
 
user259867
> Best advice I can give is... Don't be stingy with your downvotes. meta.stackoverflow.com/a/310950
 
user259867
 
user259867
Just doing my part.... but still behind CRABOLO.
 
user202362
12:28 AM
every time I look at the word CRABOLO I think about COBOL ...
 
user202362
is bob a sock puppet?
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Repeating characters in answer: new reuseable Dialog fragment by asteidl on stackoverflow.com
 
user259867
@SmokeDetector NAA
 
12:43 AM
@chmod666telkitty of Shog, of course
 
user202362
@_@
 
user259867
Most of the text on the management page attempts to be serious, but then this bit appears:
 
user259867
> Michael served as Stack Exchange’s CFO from its founding through 2014, when they elected to hire someone with some actual finance experience.
 
heh
 
user259867
devDoodle doesn't need a CFO, luckily..
 
1:03 AM
May 18 at 2:51, by Alexis King
user image
 
user259867
Not sure if this was posted already: nice diagrams, and for once not based on some 2013 data dump.
 
1:21 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive answer detected: HTML5 multiple <figcaption> inside <figure> by Marc on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected, offensive title detected: Should stack overflow fuck off by Lucy Warner on stackoverflow.com
 
sd 2tpu-
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer, repeating characters in answer: Print method and the PagePrint event handler by workshelper on stackoverflow.com
 
I just saw cybermonkey's suggested edit, and err.. already rejected by OP.
And already applied on new suggested edit...
 
2:06 AM
Feature request: change upvote tooltip to "This answer is TOTALLY WAFFLES!!!!!" — bjb568 10 secs ago
 
2:39 AM
{Shameless plug} For those who've yet to vote on the current moderator elections, I've published my script that helps me filter and compare candidates:
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Q: Stack Exchange, Election Assistant

Brock Adams For moderator elections, this script greatly helps vet and compare candidates. Features: Lists candidates in sorted order. Find him/her in a repeatable, predictable, location every page visit. Click on a jump-table row to instantly scroll to that candidate. Save a bookmark that opens the ...

 
cc @NormalHuman ^ now they use stack.imgur at the end, and the spammy link at the middle
 
user259867
Link-at-end is not active at SO anyway... This post doesn't seem to be a part of a larger campaign, I don't think we have enough to train Smokey on this.
 
I only was setting the precedent
 
3:02 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in answer: How many Catholics are excommunicated in an average year? by Richards Stone on christianity.stackexchange.com
 
user259867
@SmokeDetector tpu- illuminati
 
3:20 AM
Interesting, I clicked on that last SD link and the page I was served said 2 answers but didn't have any answers shown, just straight to the footer. Illuminati indeed.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: How can I store my bandsaw blades? by user1430 on woodworking.stackexchange.com
 
Man, smokey is really growing up into a fine young bot
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: How to cut the centre out of a large round of wood by user1430 on woodworking.stackexchange.com
 
3:32 AM
Is there a command to add URLs
!!/help
 
@JasonC 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.
 
user259867
No, it's still by commits.
 
Somebody want to add bandsawjudge.com?
 
user259867
Okay
 
user259867
One benefit of report syntax is that the posts are captured automatically, for later analysis and extraction of patterns.
 
3:41 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer: Switch (Thumb and Track) Android by Kevin on stackoverflow.com
 
@SmokeDetector tpu- trololo
 
user259867
New design & branding for Code Review by Ludwik on meta.codereview.stackexchange.com
 
That's too... graphic design-y for me.
Looks pretty though.
 
user259867
The CM of ru.SO posted a picture from a recent meetup of some users... no vodka bottles in the shot. meta.ru.stackoverflow.com/questions/1838
 
4:12 AM
"splitting a magnifying glass in half to look more like your initials: “C” & “R”" so… like… the letter Q? — bjb568 2 mins ago
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: regularly utilized for late-night study? by user310062 on meta.stackexchange.com
 
How the hell is this POB? meta.stackoverflow.com/q/310847/2371861
It's literally the opposite of POB, concerning factual, numerical data.
 
FWIW my wife sees it as a "Q" regardless of the angle of the break — Mat's Mug ♦ 4 hours ago
Is it a recently new feature that hidden comments will be highlighted after pressing "more comments"?
 
Without the vertical bar of the R, they letters aren't distinguishable. — bjb568 8 secs ago
@AndrewT. yesh, and the one that you just added
 
@AndrewT. I noticed that too
same thing happens when you post a new comment
 
4:20 AM
DUPLICATE ANSWER PLAGIARISM FLAGGGGG
 
user259867
4 hours ago, by Normal Human
The orange flash on submission of comments is positively blinding.
 
yeah, it's ok for :target, but having a bunch of them flash orange after just pushing a button is a bit OTT
and it makes it seem like :target even tho there's no hashchange
 
user259867
It works well when the exchange in comments gets particularly aggressive... fire! fire at him!
 
I think it'd be better to.... highlight the whole line with darker/lighter color (like chat's mention), but not flashing...
I already forgot which were hidden anyway (for 10+ comments)
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: What is Racing Games? by JeanetteKleist on superuser.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Send Cash To Pakistan Utilising The? by morhaersht on askubuntu.com
 
4:34 AM
 
user259867
gone
 
user259867
What is about getmaxprofitsnow dot com that's clearly spammy?
 
user259867
I mean the name.
 
user259867
Many legitimate domains begin with get, like getbootstrap or getfirefox.
 
user259867
get... now?
 
4:36 AM
I dunno, "max profits" seems pretty spammy to me...
How many legitimate domain names have get.*profit in them?
Or even just profit?
 
user259867
 
mmm... how about "profits"?
 
user259867
Not spam, but link-only: stackoverflow.com/a/4843271
 
user259867
But yes, "profits" cuts it down dramatically, 16 hits on all of SO, and not all in domain name.
 
@NormalHuman the link is broken, too...
 
user259867
4:48 AM
Has to be. A fundamental law of the Internet is that all links in link-only answers are or will be broken...
 
Word problem from chemistry… we do a bunch of reactions which fiddles with Barium and Iodine and whatever going thru every type of reaction we know… and the end result is table salt.
 
user259867
NaCl, also known as Native Client
 
user259867
Although asm.js seemed more promising, some day
 
It will soon be preferred as a compilation root node over C.
It will take over the world and we will run VMs of VMs of OSes in Google Chrome.
Night!
 
5:14 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title: WHAT ARE THE CONTROL REGISTERS FOR GT9137 by Jayamathan S on stackoverflow.com
 
5:25 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: The crazy Bulk cutting Stack helps by losenlonet on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body: Spotlight for belly dancer or and Kathleen by Patricia Flint on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
sd 4tpu-
 
user259867
Today is the day of new spam domain. :/
 
Hi!
 
halp! the sudden SE ads made me click the spam link instead of flag! the spammer is getting cleverer!
 
user259867
5:40 AM
Get 200 rep on Drupal, like I did...
 
user259867
Suggested 50+ edits for the sake of ad-free spam flagging. :/
 
:\
 
/:
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body: If You Have Problem In Your Exam Test Only Amazing Solution by Fatima romay on movies.stackexchange.com
 
user259867
@SmokeDetector tpu- I blacklisted it in time.
 
5:53 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body, link at end of body: My Skype name but so what by Sonia Doll on superuser.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: How is increased energy? by minniedhenson on superuser.com
 
6:05 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: The Beautiful And Most Shining Skin To You by judyrussell on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Original and healthful night primrose oil by jamas juream on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
Hi telekitty!
 
user259867
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A: Would an Userscript to determine whether a review is an audit be illegal

Normal HumanLet's try it out! Here is Review Audit Detector, source on GitHub. If you never hear from me again, then this was probably "illegal".

 
user259867
Less-famous last words.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, phone number detected in title: ÐØ Øu Łłƙe głƦŁ - {{+91-8696823273 }} Love Vashikaran Specialist Baba Ji Uk,Usa All India,Canada by gbgh on webapps.stackexchange.com
 
user259867
6:22 AM
 
user259867
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported question: College textbook recommendations. Mathematics & Statistics by Virginia Goldstandard on webapps.stackexchange.com
 
@AndrewT. 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.
 
I need an update to those new commands @_@
 
6:26 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body, link at end of body: your to all I'm if you have a march by Linkolh Pk on superuser.com
 
user259867
@SmokeDetector tpu-
 
user259867
!!/blame
 
@NormalHuman It's Normal Human's fault.
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in title: slimdietfacts.com/crazy-bulk/ by losenlonet on meta.stackexchange.com
 
I'm an idiot.
 
user259867
I thought you were kidding. :)
 
6:28 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, pattern-matching website in body: will surely succeed in having back? by ksczagaedmax on stackoverflow.com
 
CYCLEZ!
 
sd 2tpu-
@berserk Yo!
 
@UNICYCLEZRDEBESTINDEHERE Yolo!
 
6:34 AM
lol
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Organic Skin Care Treatments by chelseahack on superuser.com
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Top 11 Suggestions To A Brain That Is Healthier by james milesy on security.stackexchange.com
 
!//blame
!!/blame
 
6:41 AM
@maveň It's S.L. Barth's fault.
 
@SmokeDetector throw H2SO4 on the face :3
@berserk @bjb568 mew ;)
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Things To Look For In A Skin Hydration Cream by jasoncolson on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body, link at end of body: This is pretty cool thing there other by malikacrosii on superuser.com
 
user259867
sd 2tpu- But really, what are these practice exams about? 40-70 or something like that
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body: Charging programming planning analysis by bectedali on askubuntu.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Elite Test 360 Tips For Building Muscle by graciecharity on stackoverflow.com
 
user259867
@ErinCorleyGray without winter nihilism, spring would not be as beautiful. Not that beauty matters. Nothing matters.
 
6:56 AM
@maveň I AIN'T CATZ! ლ(ಠ益ಠლ)
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body: Useful Tips For Passing Cisco Certification Exams by sonikori on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: You have to stay away from certain things in the hours and by Lovejohn10 on meta.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body: Useful Tips For Passing Cisco Certification Exams by sonikori on askubuntu.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported question: Useful Tips For Passing Cisco Certification Exams by sonikori on craftcms.stackexchange.com
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in answer: My mini fridge is not working. Should I repair it or simply toss it out? by victor palmer on diy.stackexchange.com (@Unihedron)
 
user259867
Funny.... that pattern was meant for file repair spam, but caught appliance repair.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Derma Breast Lift Trial by Brucekilaudios on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
@berserk whut ? why ?
{ಠ益ಠ}
 
user259867
Check out the statistics of spam links: first, second. (They used Google shortener, which makes stats public)
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in username: Dr.OZ Reviews About Bio Diamond by Skin Care on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
user259867
Pretty rare for something to be caught just based on username
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body, link at end of body: Confirmed Tactics Support You Work At Home Guaranteed by ellenodriguez on superuser.com
 
Huh they are tweeting their thing
sd tpu-
 
user259867
 
user259867
Technically not spam, or is it?
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, phone number detected in title: Is 1 844 449 0455 is gmail help phone number? by Maria Collins on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, blacklisted website in body: Playing FIFA 16 on a top adversity is a aching experience by memorygame on gaming.stackexchange.com
 
user259867
7:40 AM
As an experiment, I added detection of bit.ly and goo.gl shortened links within short posts only. They will be reported as "pattern-matching website"...
 
user259867
Hopefully, the length requirement will avoid false positives.
 
IMHO there should be in no posting an url shortner
 
It's already annoying when anyone use URL shortener, so be it detected.
including LMGTFY in comments...
 
well those links can be funny
 
user259867
Apart from bit.ly and goo.gl are there other ones in common use? I don't remember.
 
7:43 AM
I avoid them in general so I'm not sure
I guess twitter has its own shortner
 
t.co
I think
 
I think you are right: support.twitter.com/articles/200214
 
Googling URL shortener may lists some common one, like tinyurl.com
 
@ShadowWizard Link that one to "Muffin"
 
user259867
Ok, I'll add tinyurl and fb.me; not t.co because too many questions about Twitter API involve them.
 
7:52 AM
eats Muffin
OMG Bart! D:
 
user259867
> Election closes in 12 hours.
 
> Lunch time in 6 minutes.
 
> hungry from 4 hours
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in answer: Best way to go about disabling a hard drive? by xdzeking on superuser.com
 
in Shadow's Den, 10 secs ago, by FOX 9000
@ShadowWizard Link added.
 
in Shadow's Den, 7 secs ago, by berserk
eats muffin again
 
!!/brownie
 
@rekire Brown!
 
eh..
!!/brownie
 
8:03 AM
@berserk Brown!
 
Sep 7 at 10:19, by rene
@berserk go back to the den, will you ...
:D
!!/pony
 
!!/tea
 
@rekire brews a cup of lemon tea for @rekire
 
LOL
!!/hatts
!!/hats
 
8:04 AM
@UNICYCLEZRDEBESTINDEHERE HATS ARE AWESOME. Winter Bash will begin in 19 days, 15 hours, 55 minutes and 2 seconds. :D
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body, link at end of body: With France and Austria by TamekaSorrell on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body: Making Money Online Is It Really That Easy? by ellenodriguez on stackoverflow.com
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: I have been encountering, this item by kim juriyamum on superuser.com
 
8:16 AM
> Meta Stack Exchange counts as its own child meta
I smell infinite recursion here ^
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body, link at end of body: Management of this work. When the trustee ensures by user54606 on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
I wonder when the WinterBash site will get the usual countdown
 
6-8 days
 
user259867
balpha pre-emptively clarifying hat rules: meta.stackexchange.com/posts/245123/revisions
 
user259867
8:21 AM
I see this is already being discussed, but nobody posted a link, so...
 
those examples...
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Work From Home to make any money by Ervinweiss on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
> Thus when five anonymous edits include this word replacement, the Community user earns the Legal Alien.
Interesting idea to get Community a hat...
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported question: How To Earn Money At Home And Online by alishwolar on stackoverflow.com
 
The winterbash api points to the site right now.
We will wait.
 
8:32 AM
Winterbash api?
 
there is an api for querying hats info. Right now, it redirects to the site.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer, repeating characters in answer: AngularJS: Mock object injected to controller trough router's resolve by fdg on stackoverflow.com
 
8:47 AM
@Derpy Where?
 
9:31 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in body: which have been stuck away years before by porlnjems on askubuntu.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: Format numbers in django templates by user5598888 on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in body: At whatever point you understand that your level of memory by porlnjems on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title, blacklisted user: BEST INFORMATICA Online Training by aaradhya12 on stackoverflow.com
 
sd 4tpu-
 
9:54 AM
@UNICYCLEZRDEBESTINDEHERE I don't even know if it will follow the same url format as the last year, or if it will be available at all.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title, pattern-matching website in body: Online MSBI Training? by damini on stackoverflow.com
 
10:09 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: mind peak is a brain enhancer that uplifts by cindi lagaresnbyg on superuser.com
 
> Meta Stack Exchange is a bit special in this regard, because it's both a main site and a meta site. For the purposes of Winter Bash, Meta Stack Exchange counts as its own child meta.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: The most significant risk associated? by rubmu hgy on superuser.com
 
> Example: The hat Danger Zone is awarded for performing a review. The hat Rick Roll is awarded for voting to reopen a question on meta that has already been closed and reopened at least three times. On Meta Stack Exchange, and only here, it is possible to earn both Rick Roll and Danger Zone for a single action.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: The heightened energy is a very? by rubmuhgy on askubuntu.com
 
10:33 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: The heightened energy is a very? by rubmu hgy on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: If you suffer from a puffy face in the morning, by bernipechakil on meta.stackexchange.com
 
Hello. When does the Winter Bash start this year?
 
!!/winterbash
!!/help
 
@tchrist 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.
 
!!/hats
 
@rekire HATS ARE AWESOME. Winter Bash will begin in 19 days, 13 hours, 18 minutes and 16 seconds. :D
 
10:41 AM
but I would guess much sooner next week
 
@rekire In some senses, you may be right.
> Unless the requirement mentions a specific timezone, hats that are date-based are often awarded for 14 hours before and 12 hours after the specified date in UTC, to accomodate people everywhere in the world. This means you can earn such a hat even though for you it's not even that day yet.
Although I was thinking of the retroactive hat.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in answer: Top tips for secure web applications by gallyjanti101 on stackoverflow.com
 
19 days? so that's about 2015-11-14 I think
 
@b_jonas There's previously been a hat awarded for activity on a date earlier than the hat-race begins — like ten days or two weeks or so earlier, I think.
So 19 – (10 to 14) would be 5 to 9 days hence. Like next week.
 
Ok, but people will start wearing hats on 2015-11-14 or thereabouts?
 
10:50 AM
No.
now + 19d 13h ~15m
You used now –.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in answer: How can I buy tickets on Damai? by endamaicn on musicfans.stackexchange.com (@Unihedron)
 
11:08 AM
um yes, sorry
now I confused myself totally
I probably meant 2015-12-14
 
@b_jonas It's an easy mistake to make. After all, November and December are only a second apart.
 
11:36 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Elite Test 360 The aforementioned goes for by feefaloor on meta.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: How to Think faster and beguiler? by lydian juriya on superuser.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Build Muscle on a Vegetarian or Vegan Diet by louisvela on drupal.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in body: The People Behind Internet Scams by mariac burns on unix.stackexchange.com
 
user202362
11:52 AM
@SmokeDetector tpu
 
@chmod666telkitty Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
 
user202362
@SmokeDetector tpu
 
@chmod666telkitty Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive: added title to the Bayesian doctype 'bad'.
 
user202362
 
Alex Warren on November 24, 2015
How do you describe yourself to potential employers? Many developers get this terribly wrong.
 
12:03 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, blacklisted website in body, link at end of body: Où obtenir de l'essai gratuit de sérum Illuminexa? by Joe Louis on superuser.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer: Kendo grid with dropdown action command by sdfa on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Raspberry Ketone Max ne possède pas sorte d'effets secondaires? by Joe Louis on superuser.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in body, repeating characters in body: I am making a program in python that sorts a text file by Aum Patel on stackoverflow.com
 
@tchrist my clock shows it's a microsecond apart
 
@bjb568 Calculate the size of the circle needed and the viewer distance from it under which micro-arcsecs become comfortably visible to the naked eye under normal human vision.
 
12:19 PM
@tchrist what if my clock is hexagonal?
@maveň mew! :3
 
@chmod666telkitty Here is one more free hug for you. hugs telekitty
ouch, stop scratching my face :3
 
user202362
😹
 
oops lol
 
I bet you were looking for this "Kitty"?
 
not sure if telekitty or teledoggy (judging from avatar)
 
12:26 PM
Hello My Little Rari-Kitty?
 
user202362
😸🐾
 
404 - unicodes not found
 
@Derpy um.. that's a 2D kitty
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: Navigation Menu Iteam not Working URL by i m Zuber on stackoverflow.com
 
12:27 PM
@tchrist amazing watch bit should't it end at C?
 
@tchrist A hexadecimal clock. Hmm.. Now I have seen everything.
 
user202362
 
More chaos!
 
sd why
 
@rekire [:4237265] Body - Position 881-889: Skincare
 
12:28 PM
Wait, are those your pets? :p
 
@rekire It is Hexadecimal.
so the day is split in 16 hours.
 
@Derpy sure but I read my time with numbers until 12
 
@rekire Not in a 0x10-hour day, nor in a 0x20-hour one for that matter.
 
@Derpy differnt system^^
 
@rekire Really? give me a sec....
 
12:29 PM
@berserk Better a 2D kitty than a fruity one.
 
Ok, I'm scratching my head, how the heck we are supposed to describe our problem in the first paragraph? — Braiam 2 mins ago
 
Hexadecimal time is the representation of the time of day as a hexadecimal number in the interval [0,1). The day is divided into 1016 (1610) hexadecimal hours, each hour into 10016 (25610) hexadecimal minutes, and each minute into 1016 (1610) hexadecimal seconds. == HistoryEdit == Hexadecimal time may have been used during the Tang Dynasty (7th-10th centuries) in China. This time format was proposed by the Swedish-American engineer John W. Nystrom in 1863 as part of his tonal system. In 1997, the American Mark Vincent Rogers of Intuitor proposed a similar system of hexadecimal time and implemented...
 
@rekire During the french revolution, an attempt was made to switch to a decimal base time system...
Decimal time is the representation of the time of day using units which are decimally related. This term is often used specifically to refer to French Revolutionary Time, which divided the day into 10 decimal hours, each decimal hour into 100 decimal minutes and each decimal minute into 100 decimal seconds, as opposed to the more familiar standard time, which divides the day into 24 hours, each hour into 60 minutes and each minute into 60 seconds. The main advantage of a decimal time system is that, since the base used to divide the time is the same as the one used to represent it, the whole time...
 
that watches are confusing me
but thank you for sharing
 
Metric time is the measure of time interval using the metric system, which defines the second as the base unit of time, and multiple and submultiple units formed with metric prefixes, such as kiloseconds and milliseconds. It does not define the time of day, as this is defined by various time scales, which may be based upon the metric definition of the second. Other units of time, the minute, hour, and day, are accepted for use with the modern metric system, but are not part of it. == HistoryEdit == Although part of the decimal metric system, the second derives its name from the sexagesimal system...
 
12:32 PM
but you still use the same calendar?
 
Also notice that while a standard clock has 12 hours on its face, so a day is two cycles... the decimal one is just one cycle because the whole day is 10 hours.
 
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@rekire It is already know that time itself is just a Timey Wimey pile of entropy and nonsense.
 
I rather wish the duodecimal system had won out. The mania for base ten is appalling.
 

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