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8:01 AM
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spammy morning
@rene I'm having flags for breakfast.
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8:30 AM
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[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: You're going to detect a great saving by Rosalkener on superuser.com
OK; finally I deleted that and added to question as suggested by users in chat
@rene Do not users have a brain to think with? or are we in an Islamic country where the imams are the only ones who are able to think? — Begueradj 30 mins ago
That's offensive to me.
@Pandya Why did you re-tag it ? Did you not read what I wrote about meta votes? Now you have two close votes because it's not a discussion.
I tried to help. You should listen to me. :P
@Ϻ.Λ.Ʀ. Yeah, I was typing a response and then decided to let it go because it might have escalated stuff
8:44 AM
@JasonC But Unable to judge using between and
@Pandya It's a bug.
Bah, something tells me I should go and flag that thing as a dupe.
@Ϻ.Λ.Ʀ. I was wondering if it was aimed at me btw
@rene tpu- gone
There is documentation and the documentation is not correct. That'd be a bug.
8:45 AM
@rene It wasn't aimed at anyone I think
@JasonC And can I use instead?
@Pandya Are you asking for help?
I don't see a question mark in your post. I don't see you asking for help there. So no, not support.
Oh yeah, why not use ?
8:46 AM
@JasonC OK
@JasonC I've just re-tagged
@SmokeDetector why?
@Ϻ.Λ.Ʀ. Blacklisted user - blacklisted for //stackoverflow.com/questions/33543391 by chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/message/25177714
@JasonC Are. U. Trying. To. Tell. Us. Something?
@rene Ma. Ybe.
O. K.
@Ϻ.Λ.Ʀ. You shouldn't be offended by things you know to be untrue or just plain silly. But it was intended as offensive and should probably be flagged.
Although that was so 10 minutes ago so I'm assuming it's gone by now.
@JasonC I know it's silly, but offensive remark is offensive remark.
The guy says they're from France, and I would understand why they think Islam is so bad. :/
8:55 AM
@JasonC By the way, I'm thinking to post a proposal for Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) which has broader concept (see subsystems at wikipedia). what do you think?
@Pandya Hmmm
I'd support it. It could certainly include CAD subtopics. Although I feel like it would be more ... industrial (as far as CAD goes) than a dedicated CAD site.
I'm assuming you are also thinking about the CAD proposal and didn't just ask me that out of nowhere.
The only potential problem with it is I think a lot of people don't know what CIM is and so that might make it hard to attract followers. You'd have to be very detailed in your description and scope. @Pandya
@JasonC Yes, I've already experience of one proposal and I've also also introduced it but we have not sufficient followers and awareness about that.
By the way, I found one 1 year old [closed] proposal that similar to yours @JasonC
@JasonC Nah, that's not necessary anymore.
9:11 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body: What are the benefits of Natures Skin Labs? by janet farnadi on superuser.com
did someone update or create a jsfiddle to get all the current hats out of the hats.js?
maybe @bjb568isakat did or @Derpy
not me
@rene If i understand what file you mean, the swg there were fake.
I assume it is live now so we could update the fiddle
I haven't tried much more, just looked at the numbers to try to discover the number of secret hats. I also checked for fun if it would have been possible to "brute force" the names of the hats, and I think that for a short while it was.
I never actually went for it.
But someone else must have, since they had to throttle the resources on the WB site.
9:15 AM
@Doorh pro tip: next time ping @Sha this way you'll have double revenge. (My sock will get a ping too ;))
9:29 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: An easy solution to learn more about skincare by user536579 on superuser.com
@Pandya Yes. Now read the "Re-reborn CAD proposal" topic under that closed proposal.
@JasonC OK
@Sha authentication is gr8
@rene it was me
It is possible to brute force the hats, there are just a hundred billion ID combinations
Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM)

Proposed Q&A site for professors, students, researchers and enthusiast in computer integrated manufacturing technology

Currently in definition.

On the cdn its like hat-num.svg
9:44 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: VW Polo (2015) user manual by user1936752 on mechanics.stackexchange.com (@Unihedron)
@Doorhandle well, spin up Azure and go cracking...
@rene haha... Ill go try to find the codestuff because i gave up on trying to make it not get ip banned
For listing hats: jsfiddle.net/vj3wpmea/1
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: How we can long our pennis? by RichardLiao on apple.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] URL-only title, bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, pattern-matching website in body, pattern-matching website in title: http://primacleanseplusuk.co.uk/dermagen-iq-Cream/ by wghndrtnbj on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: Vitalita Derma If you want healthy skin by johnmayer on meta.stackexchange.com
Cant find my code, but you basically brute force the num here: cdn-prom.sstatic.net/WinterBash/img/hat/696490241.svg @rene
@Doorhandle can I use that in my answer here?
9:53 AM
No problem
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in answer: Can I distinguish native from hybrid Apps? by Jennifer Loene on stackoverflow.com
Btw, doorknob has a thing about putting hyperlinks on "here"
@Doorhandle that is.... cruel...
@rene also, im on my phone right now so i cant show, but you can use a slightly modified jsfiddle.net/9grzgxwy on a css file that is included on the wb page
Js file*
But then theres no chance of secret hats
You can also get the ID of a hat by doing winterbash2015.stackexchange.com/hat-name and inspect elementing
Hmm, OK, let me check that but I need help with the css thingy as I don't understand fully what you mean. No rush ...
10:00 AM
I meant javascript
The js in that jsfiddoe has copypasted js from the 2014 hat loader js thing, which is also in the 2015 one
With new non-secret hats
@rene here are ids of known secret hats:
178546528 - Edward Edwards
633559203 - Hairboat's Revenge
696490241 - Archimedes
224395724 - 007
507644442 - Odinson
119128340 - Sun Wukong
425963943 - Onion Knight
is that hash?
30757139 - Amazing grace
Idk, but amazing grace is a diff length
Ha! I just rewrote a function and now it can do half the things in half the code with less than half of the bugs!
10:04 AM
@Telkitty might be
@bjb568isakat i wrote that in a hurry :P
@bjb568isakat My bug rate dropped to zero when I stopped writing code
Oh, u were talking about something else
In, swift, there are always bugs ;(
It's December 23 in the Republic of Kiribati
10:06 AM
@Doorhandle Life is bugs.
Every time swift 2 receives an update
Why did my phone not autocorrect the comma after preposition
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, blacklisted website in body, pattern-matching website in body: What's Advantageous To Your Skin Layer And What Might Enhance Your Beauty? by kylel xpolk on unix.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: You’re seeing to prove it which is amazing by alexadavalos on superuser.com
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10:20 AM
@SmokeDetector tp
@JasonC Recorded question as true positive in metasmoke. Use tpu or trueu if you want to blacklist a user.
@SmokeDetector tp
@JasonC Recorded question as true positive in metasmoke. Use tpu or trueu if you want to blacklist a user.
@SmokeDetector fp
@JasonC Registered answer as false positive.
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[ SmokeDetector ] URL in title, bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, pattern-matching website in title: http://nationalfitnesspoint.com/liquid-steel-male-enhancement/ by Marina Mery on meta.stackexchange.com
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps title, bad keyword in title, blacklisted website in body, blacklisted user: ONLINE INFORMATICA TRAINING by user5703416 on stackoverflow.com
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10:52 AM
sd 5 k
@ShadowWizard Opinion
Q: Can we make oneboxing optional on mobile chat?

BobAs the title says. It'd be nice to have oneboxing optional on mobile chat, especially if it were something like click/tap-to-reveal. Why? Well... my data plan is crying at the tens-of-MB GIFs that get posted now and then. Related: Add support for .gifv format in chat onebox One of the recent...

This post ask for optional onebox on mobile. Should I want to have that on desktop too, would I be better to just promote this one or creating another post?
@Anony-Mousse Stack Overflow (nor any Stack Exchange site) is not a forum. Forums are for discussion, Stack Overflow (and other Stack Exchange sites, apart from per-site metas) are not. — cybermonkey 8 mins ago
@Doorhandle you're missing It's Over 9000, Friday hat
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11:06 AM
@Quill-HATMANIAC [:4363049] Recorded question as true positive in metasmoke. Use tpu or trueu if you want to blacklist a user.
sd delete
sd tp
@SmokeDetector tp
@SmokeDetector k
Don't add spaces after the number, @Quill.
so, like sd 3delete
! I wasn't doing that earlier, until I saw another user doing it and assumed it was the correct way! (Thanks for the clarification!)
Q: Turn off oneboxing locally

DeadMGRecently I've moved from a large 1080p screen to a smaller one, and I never noticed this before, but holy crap, oneboxing is incredibly annoying if you don't have a large quantity of screen space. Please implement a feature where the user can choose to turn off oneboxing.

[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Dermagen iQ Cream Review? by Kathyirick on meta.stackexchange.com
11:08 AM
already requested
@ShadowWizard My bad. I had forgot the "Ignored once, ignored forever" policy.
Anyway, the grease monkey in that replies no longer works.
[ SmokeDetector ] Pattern-matching website in body: Are "Among …, include(s) ….” constructs illogical? by user152425MH on english.stackexchange.com
(also, am I mistaken or it just hide the onebox? would gain space, but won't fix the unwanted resources loaded problem, nor the traffic one)
11:15 AM
@Derpy (question mark here)
@SmokeDetector delete
@SmokeDetector fp
@Quill-HATMANIAC Registered question as false positive.
@SmokeDetector sd k
@Quill-HATMANIAC sure about that? It might be a spam seed.
@ShadowWizard Once a proposal has never been considered once, any new attempt will be discarded too with reference to the old one. If you are really lucky, the new one will be also closed and downvoted because "so you will check for dupes next time".
11:16 AM
It looks okay to me
@Derpy First, it got 5 upvotes, no downvotes. Second, yes - same requests are closed as duplicate of previous such requests. Can't see any wrong with this.
how do questions with titles like these hit HNQ?
@ShadowWizard the wrong? Here. Basically, the only way to support an old proposal is either bounty - one thing that will keep away any occasional user, or somehow bumping the request.
For the second one, the proposed way is posting an answer. So, add noise to promote a question .... and what if you just share those idea without having much to add?
Should I just post a "Yes, I want that too" answer to one of the old proposal?
@Derpy so you prefer to just have MSE cluttered with the same request, posted over and over? Then in case it's done, the dev should go one be one, and add the same answer?
@ShadowWizard I would prefer that it got a status. If it isn't possible, give a way to promote the question without adding noise and other stuff. Pay-to-have bounties aren't promotion the majority of the userbase will use.
11:24 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Short-term goals which are reasonably attainable by ScottJames11 on meta.stackexchange.com
@Derpy agree, the problem is major part of the bugs/requests go without a hint of official attention.
11:40 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Toned body just to dip aerobics by Anna Nichols on superuser.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: In what process would cream give about? by smartywhitly on askubuntu.com
@SmokeDetector k
@SmokeDetector delete
12:02 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: What muscles am I using when wheeling? by H'Alecs Kryshann on bicycles.stackexchange.com (@Unihedron)
@SmokeDetector fp
@bummi Registered question as false positive.
12:22 PM
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sd k
sd fp-
He @IlmariKaronen you might want to revisit this because balpha might have broken your script with his fix.
12:42 PM
Does smokey catch most of the spams? Looking at this chat, I could not but wonder whether those spammers use single core PC with dail up connection to send out those spams ...
@Telkitty they're low-paid pleb-rank citizen. they're not developers which would just send ajax requests
manually, that is awesome ... hand made spams just for you :p
sd fp-
12:58 PM
Any SO mods around? There's a user stuck with 1 rep on chat profile even though having 60+ rep on SO itself
Mano Haran, Bournemouth, United Kingdom
63 10
If a manual re-synch can be triggered it would be good, wanted to invite him to chat :/
do you know the user?
Maybe merged? Did you already suggest to visit chat in the first place?
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in answer: Juice Concentrate Manufacturing and Process? by Arinze Nwakwesili on cooking.stackexchange.com (@Unihedron)
@ShadowWizard Done
1:11 PM
@bluefeet thanks! Can "ordinary" moderator do this as well?
(just for future reference)
@ShadowWizard yes a mod can do it. I was around and was feeling generous. :P
1:44 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title: How does Phenq aid me drop extra pounds? by fenkinmiuse on meta.stackexchange.com
sd topu
sd tpu
@UNIKITTY2.0 [:4363480] Blacklisted user and registered question as true positive.
@UNIKITTY2.0 You're doing it wrong.
SD hippo
sd sd sd
1:48 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Email in answer: 1968 Beetle How to adjust adjustable beam by Pete on mechanics.stackexchange.com (@Unihedron)
2:10 PM
@rene Thanks for the heads-up. I'll do some testing and push a new SOUP version if needed.
Q: You prefer to "eat soup" or "drink soup"?

Ϻ.Λ.Ʀ.Background: We have a local food that's something between "broth" and "noodles". Unfortunately, English language experts in Iran don't bother to introduce a suitable word that deals with the problem. But that isn't the problem. To know how I'll be able to use a suitable word (if any), I first nee...

@rene :O half-flower half-human mutant!
@JasonC \o/
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2:23 PM
@SmokeDetector tpu- stackoverflow.com stackexchange.com meta.stackexchange.com
@rene Hmm, I don't see any significant difference in starring / unstarring with or without SOUP any more. Looks like the bug's indeed been fixed, and my coding was defensive enough not to break. :)
I'll go and remove the code from the devel branch, since it's no longer needed. I'll probably release a new stable SOUP version before Christmas anyway.
@IlmariKaronen The Christmas Soup?
2:38 PM
@IlmariKaronen phew ;)
@IlmariKaronen hory shit ur avatar
I know, right? I just had to keep that hat when I saw how freaky it looked. :)
I feel violated
Access Violation: @Pra
3:00 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body: VW Polo (2015) user manual by user1936752 on mechanics.stackexchange.com (@Unihedron)
sd why
@UNIKITTY2.0 [:4363927] Body - Position 154-162: facelift
@Pra y u no hatz? D:
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title: Energy drink supplements: by janoon on meta.stackexchange.com
3:10 PM
sd k
@ShadowWizard I don't have any
too plebian
@Pra all you need to do is just vote today on a meta site (including MSE) and you get a hat :D
cough cough, I got many posts, cough cough
Voting fraud!
@ShadowWizard none of these posts are worthy of my vote!
sobbing in a dark corner
3:32 PM
Got another secret hat. Before I get excited -- is Odinson another crappy secret hat that everybody got?
Now we all know you closed a question, @Ster
I've closed several, @Shad
@SterlingArcher Most likely you got the hat for this one.
See the hammer in use, right after your vote... ;)
3:38 PM
I'm not good enough for fun hats :(
@Ster all you have to do to get the hat I'm wearing right now is vote today on meta site. MSO, MSE, any other meta site. ;)
Though it's not a secret hat :/
"You made too few changes to the post to improve it." unable to format code, seem new for me on SO ?
My clock says today is Dec 22
Blames time zones
@UNIKITTY2.0 today is really Dec 22
3:42 PM
11 HAT!
lol just got "Airing of Grievances". Frank Costanza reference 5/7
13 mins ago, by Shadow Wizard
@Ster all you have to do to get the hat I'm wearing right now is vote today on meta site. MSO, MSE, any other meta site. ;)
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: How can I advertise on Stack Overflow by Sonu Malik on meta.stackexchange.com
@SterlingArcher shoot!
goes away again
3:54 PM
First grievance! Are we really not doing phrasing anymore?
Well @SterlingArcher's arrows aren't as bad of @Bart's smiting stick
@UNIKITTY2.0 of course. It's all about the size.
I only shoot gators with arrows
@SterlingArcher unigators?
@ShadowWizard Screams
3:57 PM
Can't hear you, with all those arrows flying by!
Takes Shog's Nuke Missile
That's majestic af
Aims at @Sha
What's an "af"?
In Hebrew it means "nose" but guess that wasn't what you mean :D
> "as fuck"
4:00 PM
האף הוא איבר ההרחה אצל היונקים. בבני אדם האף נמצא במרכז הפנים, אך ברוב היונקים הוא נמצא בקצה העליון של חוטם מוארך. האף מכיל את הנחיריים, המסייעים לשאיפה ונשיפה של אוויר עבור מערכת הנשימה. האף בנוי מסחוס המכוסה בעור, ומחולק לשני מדורים על ידי מחיצת האף. איבר הרחה/טעימה נוסף נמצא בתקרת הפה של יונקים רבים, והוא קרוי "איבר יעקובסון". == מבנה ופעילות == בנוסף לתפקידו בהרחה, האף מכיל גם שערות המסננות חלקיקים הנישאים באוויר ומונעים מהם להגיע לריאות. בתוך האף ומאחוריו מצויים קרום רירי והסינוסים. מאחורי חלל האף האוויר עובר ללוע, אשר משותף גם למערכת העיכול ומשם מתפזר במערכת הנשימה. בתוך חלל האף, האוויר עובר...
"af" = "אף"
So back to af, what is so majestic, @Ster? ;)
@Sha do you swear?
4:02 PM
@UNIKITTY2.0 to god? Nope.
As in the swear words
@UNIKITTY2.0 oh. Only in WAG.
@ShadowWizard Proof
Nice dots there, @Braiam
@UNIKITTY2.0 in WAG? Look for yourself, don't want to get flagged here :D
4:04 PM
yeah, had nothing interesting to say, so I just expressed my silence
@Braiam you changed hat?
@ShadowWizard well, where to start? A) the most incredibly evolved murder machine ever known? Or the fact that it now can shove a horn right up your bhole before it death rolls you?
4:04 PM
oh, time for hat change!
Wait for it
Let it click
@UNIKITTY2.0 no, that's my twin brother with the same name ¬_¬
4:06 PM
Nailed it
@Pops is Shog supposed to do marketing ideas?
No, Shog is supposed to do Nuking
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sd tpu-
4:18 PM
My vote counter tells me 0 UV's
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@Braiam Uhh... sure, why not?
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sd k
Goes trolling and turns class blog pink :P
It's dead anyway
4:39 PM
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4:54 PM
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oh noes, my meta repsssss @shog9 https://t.co/qAnGNr1nmK
What was the idea about SE employees and posting on meta's? Should they have a diamond or not?
5:26 PM
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6:20 PM
A: The Many Memes of Meta

TheTXIMeme: Friday Afternoon Origin: Olafur Waage Cultural Height: Friday in Iceland Background: Friday Afternoon is generally recognized as the period of the week when programmers like to slack off (more than usual) and begin an early unwinding from the past week's worth of not doing anything of gr...

@codinghorror @shog9 Is it still friday in iceland?
(/¯◡ ‿ ◡)/¯ ~ ┻━┻ MO = Meme Overflow
SO = Signal Overflow
Colored lines are signals
Happy counting!
@UNIKITTY2.0 Um, what am I supposed to count?
The colored lines in the picture
@UNIKITTY2.0 All of them are colored lines in some sense.
6:34 PM
hi, everybody
Sup @AaronHall
@AaronHall \o
Hi @Ϻ.Λ.Ʀ.
How're you doing @Aaron?
6:36 PM
I'm doing ok.
How am I doing @Aaron?
I hope you're doing well.
Hehe I wanted to continue this, but I wondered I'd possibly bother ya.
Anyway welcome back.
I could be doing better. Every once in a while an old crappy question of mine from about the time I started participating on SO gets a downvote, which shows up in my notifications, which usually causes me to stop by and look at it again. It's depressing, actually. Ideally, from my point of view, it could be deleted, or less preferably (to me) just disassociated (but there are a lot of comments directed @me). Not sure what to do.
@AaronHall Same goes for me in chem.SE.
My first comments are shameful.
6:45 PM
Lol me too.
Just accept it. It's who you were at the time. Look at it as an honest reminder of what not to do. Intelligent people will understand.
Q: How do I remove my name from a post, in accordance with CC:WIKI?

Robert HarveyThe CC:Wiki License states that: If you do not like the way that a person has made a derivative work or incorporated your work into a collective work, under the Creative Commons licenses, you may request removal of your name from the derivative work or the collective work. How do I remove m...

Meh. Take pride in your screw-ups, they're part of you.
I am no longer that Aaron. I am present day Aaron.
The posts are dated.
6:47 PM
@JasonC My screw-ups tell me how much I've gotten better, so I'm happy to have them.
I mean, two things
1) If I were looking for a job or just having a conversation and somebody tried to pull some ad hominem stuff based off of 10 year old internet posts (or even looked for them in the first place) I'd question if I wanted to work for / continue a conversation with that person, because they're kind of doing it wrong.
2) If I were hiring somebody or having a conversation with them and somehow uncovered their old screw ups, and they said "Ha, yeah, I was dumb when I wrote that", I'd hire them in a second and/or call them a friend. That's a good quality and indication of confidence and growth IMO.
I don't like people that are ashamed of themselves.
Well I appreciate your perspective, but I'd rather delete or disassociate regardless.
Just say your little brother posted it, lol.
Slap him
Today is the first day of the rest of my life.
6:59 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Very important body parts in brain by glennclark on superuser.com

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