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12:00 AM
or a rather small area on earth
Makes sense. This is where all the money is, anyway.
hey, without money you can't build fancy toys such as self driving cars or spaceships!
money = labour time; // in economics
Or let's put it this way, IMHO what's the most important thing to people, or indeed for any living creatures, is time
OP actually edited in a ton of really useful context. It’s a miracle! stackoverflow.com/q/36286921/465378
12:14 AM
oh hey @Telkitty has a face
My friend called me a faceless person because I don't have a facebook account
in Spades on The Stack Exchange Network Chat, 7 hours ago, by Shog9
Folks on SO now talk about how great it was in the old days, and I check their profiles and find they've only been around for two years, by which time folks had been complaining about how crappy SO had gotten lately for at least 4 years.
12:29 AM
@404 I bet you don't go on overnight/multiday hikes much ... you don't even have to be on mars for money to become irrelevant. Just camp out in the totally wildness for long enough, and there will be wildlife trying to steal your food but leaving your wallet intact.
@404 2 years, 8 months. phew, Shog isn't talking about me.
you can't even lodge a police complaint when that happens ...
1 year, 9 months and I think SO is getting better.
(But mostly because I gravitated from matlab-ish tags to python-ish tags)
You can't eat money. But money is just crystallized labor, and you can certainly eat that if you boil it long enough and put plenty of ketchup on it.
12:42 AM
you can eat money, it's just paper and/or plastic
tastes better than a ball of labor
have you tried rolling labor in bread crumbs and deep-frying it?
Have you?
I don't know what it is with you SE employees and making food
Shog's a chef.
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12:50 AM
@Shog9 Without seeing context, I interpreted labor as in the outcome of it: a baby rolled in bread crumbs and deep fried.
@SmokeDetector "Bad character", sure
yum, bird!
1:13 AM
I didn't quite expect the 2nd elected mod on Android.SE, but perhaps my expectation was... quite controversial
(now checking the VSTA or whatever it's called)
you shoulda ran
Speaking of Android mods, Matthew Read updated his profile picture... aging by 10 years or so at once.
I voted Firelord #2, but am not surprised by the results.
> but we are a FAMILY giving 110% each day, with a “cup-half-full” mentality.
> Instead attach your resume to an email with subject line: "(first and last name), WEB DEVELOPMENT ROCKSTAR"
I'm more annoyed by APPLY at the end of title. It's the Careers equivalent of HELP NEEDED in a question title.
1:22 AM
Do they really think the posts other than theirs are just for typing practice, or what...
PHP!? Kill it with node.js!
Sure... you can't spell hiP HoP without PHP.
@404 I'm sure you'll like this one then: CONTRACT PROGRAMMERS.
1:25 AM
My bot-tweet of a post about URL shorteners uses a shortened URL ift.tt which resolves to another shortened URL t.co, which resolves to meta.stackoverflow.com/q/320001 -- also shortened.
You know you can't VTC those, right?
> Vote to close as primarily opinion based
Sadly not... they're still quite hilarious.
What kind of a job title is that?
Same company:
1:29 AM
> TS/SCI with polygraph is required
... I sure hope that's a joke?
One cannot just be single-talented.
Another job title that is a mouthful and really... doesn't tell you a thing about the job.
> Next Century Corporation was founded in response to the events of 9/11/2001
Uhh, interesting.
Seems they're serious about TS/SCI with polygraph
Is this a job? Or an invitation to apply to a university?
@AndrewT. Apparently.
I think Careers needs an all-caps block...
R or SQL...
If that's your whole job title...
@404 Apparently that's the only job post with apply in the job title. stackoverflow.com/jobs?searchTerm=title%3A%22apply%22
Very clickbait, not descriptive, won't read.
It's like they are trying to get you to apply for a job as a politician. If you're dumb enough to apply then they set you to writing speeches for Cory Bernardi
I'm writing rejection letters... for applications to an honor society... time well spent on both sides. :/
But if you don't reject people, where's the honor?
1:54 AM
> Dear applicant,
In these dark times, it is wise to look back on the writings of the masters when choosing a course in life. Through your application, I felt the resonance of your soul with that of the great philosopher Marx. If I judge your character correctly then, you would be sorely disappointed to find that we have accepted your application; therefore, I hope to delight you by reporting that your desire to become a member was not misplaced.
Just send that to everyone.
No dark sarcasm in the classroom.
My last letter to a director booking an audition for a musical
Hi *Director Name*,
My name is James and I, sadly, do not smell like cheese.
I would like to audition for the part of Sir Lancelot and also the ensemble. I am available all day so I can be at *theatre name* whenever you would like me to be there.
Can't wait for the audition.
*Phone Number*
@Shog9 you should totally sharing experiences with wildlife here - I have seen & heard multiple instance of kookaburras waiting for the BBQed meat to be at the right temperature, then swooping down and stealing steak/sausage right before people putting them into their mouths ... because you totally need to time it and make people to wait for 20 -30 minutes, seeing and smelling the tender meat on the stove and have the crave before robbing them the food.
@404 That's pretty much all honor societies. "It's honorable! But we only deny people who've committed a crime..."
@Telkitty so... I should barbecue... That I might eat kookaburras?
2:04 AM
Dear applicant,
I am glad to inform you that you have been rejected from our super prestigious honor society because you have neither the necessary felineness nor the awesome sunglasses to warrant the membership of your sad, shriveled mind. Please keep this rejection in mind as you continue in life and be sure to always be aware of your lack of kewl sunglasses.
kookaburras are fairly small, are you on a diet?
I'd hope so, otherwise putting them in my mouth might be troublesome
2:21 AM
@Shog9 They're kingfishers about the same size as ours so like a flicker, or a little bigger.
I think I'd prefer to just eat the barbecue
Aren't they a protected species anyway o_O
crocodile and kangaroo make for good barbecue though
I have just one word for your tasting pleasure: ortolans.
@Quill They aren't endangered, but are protected as a native bird under Australian law
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2:53 AM
Viewing my network profile's accounts tab freezes Firefox for tens of seconds. According to Firefox's performance profiler developer tool, more than 20 seconds are spent in SSL Observatory code.
Is tens like dozens?
Firefox can't handle all of your glorious internet points
@Shog9 Groucho
> In general, most employers look for candidates that hold an active Department of Defense (DoD) collateral clearance or a blanket TS/SCI-cleared (Top Secret / Sensitive Compartmented Information) individual that has successfully completed a counterintelligence (CI) or full-scope polygraph (FSP).
Nice work America
3:20 AM
@tchrist that's the guy
@JeffreyBosboom are you using HTTPS? AFAIK it's not fully-supported yet
@AndrewT. Yes, I am using HTTPS Everywhere. (Yet strikes me as naively optimistic; I don't expect Stack Exchange to ever fully support it.)
3:40 AM
@JeffreyBosboom Works on DevDoodle. Has for almost a year now.
Secure pages, secure web sockets.
3:51 AM
@bjb568 On the other hand, the FAQ link at the bottom of the page gives a 404.
There are no frequently asked questions on DD…
Would you like to ask one?
Yes: Why'd you clone Stack Overflow? (Though I can only ask it once, so it isn't yet frequent.)
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@JeffreyBosboom It's not a clone, it's totally better.
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4:06 AM
sd 5k
@bjb568 Does DevDoodle use jQuery?
> Today, a site-wide CSS update on badge tags took place, to "center" the text & icon on badges which use the "circle" to denote bronze, silver, and gold.
was there a meta post related to this change?
4:22 AM
@AndrewT. first time I hear about it
The badge icons had some problems in the past, too: meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/312497/… ; the first fix for that made badges look funny on non-SO sites (Aviation at least).
So... ninja update that broke some sites.
5:16 AM
sd k
5:38 AM
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6:00 AM
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@bjb568 that's the main point you should use when you compare SE and DevDoodle
Good idea.
Does DevDoodle support IE6?
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@AndrewT. Let's rephrase that. Does IE6 support DevDoodle?
… the answer to that is obviously no.
6:12 AM
Pfft, it's not a real site then
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6:24 AM
I wonder whether I can install IE6 on this Win 8 machine
Love the favicon
Hey @StackDevs, can you guys drop jQuery out of the tech stack as a April Fools day joke?
and maybe the tag on SO as well
inb4 whole SE cannot be accessed due to UPS again
6:49 AM
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omg omg omg
the bad news is that ... they look more like rhinos
"It looked more like a rhino than a stallion, but it had an horn!"
^ this claim would be a lot more impressive if normal rhinos didn't have one...
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It's classified as rhino too
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7:57 AM
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8:08 AM
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Q: What would Clippy say?

200_successWe have a question closure rate of ~30%. That's a significant burden on moderators and users who help triage the questions. While some questions can indeed be very difficult to triage, there are also many many incoming questions that are obviously bad just from a split-second glance. Stack Exc...

That's what I got when I went there
because https
I don't think it's already fully supported, so I don't use it yet on SE.
8:13 AM
@JamesENL Removed the s from https.
I've done it, but it was still a shock
SE wants metas to be electric.
@JamesENL Speaking about this exact issue, there is a bounty for TLS coverage on Metas now: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/116782/…
What good is a meta without horror shows?
Obviously bounties are a good way to persuade the developers to implement something
8:16 AM
httpS? Jeff will come to you and... oh wait, wrong issue...
the hover text lol
Obligatory link is obligatory
2 hours later…
9:48 AM
Badger Badger Badger Badger Badger ....
9:58 AM
10:42 AM
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1 hour later…
12:03 PM
@kos Is this a thing that gets spammed often? Should "Duplicate Files Deleter" be blacklisted?
@404 Not sure if I would say "often", but it's not the first time I've seen it, so in my humble opinion yes
sd k
Q: Puzzling Design Pitch - Congratulations, you're graduating!

Stéphane MartinI'm Stéphane, a senior product designer at Stack Exchange. First, I wanted to announce that this site is now starting the process of moving out of beta to become a fully-graduated site! Congratulations! Graduation and Your Site Design Graduation comes with a few perks, which should come out...

The pitch is puzzling. But the logo reminds me of Workplace more than anything else.
12:11 PM
Ugh, Stéphane used code markup for emphasis, and there are no suggested edits on meta.
yeah, that's right, You'll soon be able to run Ubuntu on Windows 10 - according to unreliable source
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@SmokeDetector f
12:36 PM
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use the SOCVR room ;-;
:4758772 Unrecognised syntax. Did you mean "jd gone"?
Do you happen to have a SOCVR link around?

 SO Close Vote Reviewers

This room is for support and discussion about reviewing and co...
1:22 PM
you can get their userscript that lets you do a request straight to their room from the main site
hey there
1:41 PM
> Our system has identified this post as possible spam; please review carefully
> magento/app/design/frontend/base/default/template/customer/form/login.phtml
Guessing that triggered it
2 hours later…
3:56 PM
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4:25 PM
very nice set of matches
Yeah, looks kind of spammy.
The list of reasons was so long that the ... link to Metasmoke did not fit.
4:40 PM
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2 hours later…
6:18 PM
Something must be shipping today @StackOverflow, cause @JonHMChan and @clipperhouse are wearing their shippin' hats! https://t.co/amQKtIALPJ
6:31 PM
Speaking of shipping, Music: Practice & Theory has a design now. Looks nice: bright, non-blue, but not burning with the intensity of a thousand suns like Magento.
Notes for badges are refreshing to see. Abstract geometric shapes get old after a while.
es.SO CM has a novel idea: "Educational Ambassadors". Google Translate: "I have in mind some of us prepare to form events, teach, give away prizes, etc. in schools or schools to call more attention to the community of SOEs and the help we can provide. Let's talk more about this idea. Let's see what you can create."
I know what they can create... lots and lots of Java homework questions.
6:48 PM
@404 Also not like M&TV's ketchup.
7:36 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer, repeating characters in answer: What makes an Android application vulnerable to Cross-site scripting (XSS)? by user106074 on security.stackexchange.com
7:52 PM
Fun fact: Google spreadsheets used to have a function =GOOGLETOURNAMENT(year, league, round, game_slot, statistic, team), specifically for the NCAA basketball tournament. They dropped it eventually, though.
Vote-capping is the worst prison in the world. :/
Just change the site.
@IͶΔ You can go over to DevDoodle. There's no rate limiting on post voting.
I digress
8:23 PM
getPrefix() Gets the prefix for the namespace.
Return String — the prefix for the namespace
getURI() Gets the URI for the namespace.
Return String — the URI for the namespace
I'd be okay with that if it wasn't titled Detailed Documentation...
Q: Preview: A ToS update restricting companies that scrape your profile information without your permission

Jaydlestl;dr: We’re planning to make some changes to our ToS to stop companies from scraping user profile information from multiple websites and then spamming them. The changes only restrict a specific kind of commercial use of profile data that is scraped or copied from our site without the user’s per...

Funny how this has one downvote now.
8:47 PM
in The Nineteenth Byte on The Stack Exchange Network Chat, 2 hours ago, by xnor
@Quill Puzzling.SE graduating is an utter embarrassment for SE. And I say this as one of the highest-rep users on that site.
Wait until LifeHacks graduates and gets a design full of baby wipes, etc.
I looked at 15 newest questions: of them, 8 are closed, and two more have negative score.
So, 5 out of 15 are found worthy.
That doesn't mean they actually are worthy…
8:57 PM
^ recovery toolbox spam, now in Russian.
What would LifeHacks swag look like
9:19 PM
I suppose an empty box, they Hack something useful out of it
9:43 PM
maybe some bubble wrap as well
and a single nail
10:08 PM
DevDoodle switched SSL certs uneventfully 1m ago.
huh. I didn't see the twittersphere blow up over that
I wonder why
Meh, it complains about not gzipping https content… but you shouldn't.
DevDoodle beats SO in load time, by more than a factor of 2.
the files that cause it to have slower loading times are imgur images and google analytics
SE's content loads speedy fast
10:17 PM
Well, maybe they shouldn't be invading my privacy with google analytics then.
I suppose it's better than that green counter we used to see at the bottom of pages
"visitor count"
SO makes 33 requests to load their simple home page, while DevDoodle makes only 4 to load rich, interactive user programs.
yeah but SO still runs on the jQuery style web development
DD beats SO in DOM load time, first paint time, and full load time.
@Quill And that's the problem.
something like angular would speed it up, but it's a massive change
jQuery is embedded all throughout these pages
10:20 PM
@Quill Something like vanilla js would speed it up.
Angular is crap.
that too
angular's not that bad
that said, most people don't really need it
No people need it.
I tested the company I work for's website and it got 7 and 10 second render times o_O
blame jquery
Good news, everybody!
You know how you all like to stickybeak at flags and chat drama?
10:25 PM
On angularjs.org I opened the video player and then couldn't close it again >:(
well now you can do that without having to be a speedy mcninja
PopcornSE - a flag retainer/viewer
meh why doesn't it work?
I'll just do it manually…
works for me
Oh, pushing the install button works.
Now, to the Lounge…
@Quill Now, to hook it up to a Twitter bot...
10:33 PM
I don't know whether you can see flags in the sockets connections if you're under 10k
unless you hook your own account up
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Know your target audience. Which is certainly not the kind of people that will respond to this poll. The leads are kinda obvious, anybody with a newish account. Biggest problem you have to solve is that you got a lot of junk data right now, a user that created his 10th account is not your target. Fix that first, ditch OpenID. Best time to learn something about the new user is at account creation time, he'll take the time to answer a few questions. — Hans Passant 13 hours ago
I think Hans is right on this one; the type of people who would visit meta are the type of people who already know about the "products" of Stack Overflow.
Missed the post. My twitter bot doesn't track Jon Chan, he's been only posting Careers stuff up to now.
@Quill I use my account for most of botsy purposes.
Actually, all of them as of now; I stopped the one bot using a 1-rep account.
10:38 PM
it shouldn't be too hard to hook up
I'm assuming you use the python chat exchange library?
sd f
@Quill I would actually love to see an example of a site like SO that makes non-trivial use of Angular and is fast.
No joke.
I get nearly instant load times for most pages on SO
because SO has amazing server tech/setup
and jQuery is usually bundled with Angular installs
making it twice as bloated
unless you're self-serving jQuery, it shouldn't make an appreciable difference
(SO is not self-serving jQuery)
it's a large file, it'll bloat/slow the render times
@Quill jQuery??
10:41 PM
most of the slowing of render times is due to images though
@Shog9 yeah....
are we talking about a different jQuery here?
for a javascript library, it's considered a large file
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that one, maybe?
that actually took me a second
compared to what?
10:43 PM
other libraries, I suppose
that said, quantserve seemingly takes longer to render than jQuery
meh, I just don't like jQuery
like or don't like, if your comparison in terms of svelt JS libraries is angular, you're in trouble.
oh hey, the a51 link on the docs beta page is broken or something
probably because there was no Area51 proposal for Docs
temp site, going away soon
@Quill Documentation beta broken link to area51 by gerrit on meta.stackexchange.com
10:50 PM
> To be perfectly honest, this doesn't matter.
fair enough
@Quill did you read the blog from Nick?
@rene I read all of them
they were great
@SmokeDetector already flagged by me
that is now edited spam ...
11:05 PM
@Shog9 That's because caching.
that page does not run on angular
it also loads a font that is something like 5x the size of jQuery
a damn font
Whatever. Go to devdoodle.net
https://, by the way.
4 reqs.
yeah, the font kinda ruins the irony of the page
@bjb while you rub in the SSL compatibility and 1s faster loading times
Shog can just pull out some stats....
11:10 PM
Hey, DevDoodle's growing…
@Quill to be perfectly honest, if I didn't work here I would block all that stuff. It adds a lot of annoying delays, especially when your connection is flaky. Still, the bulk of the page - the content, minimal scripts for vote/edit/moderate - is loaded very quickly.
I thought you guys did most of your logging inhouse? does quant provide much that you guys can't or don't want to do?
A: Are some SE web tracking beacons more important than others?

Joel SpolskyAdzerk serves many of our ads. There are three analytics beacons, used to gather statistics on site usage: Google Analytics (which gives us lots of raw data we use internally) Quantcast, which is widely used by the Internet at large to see how big we are, and ComScore, aka the "ScoreCard Resea...

there was a good program/website I used a while ago (I can't remember the name) that shows you a neat little spider web of third party file references
11:55 PM
On our next installment of horrible job titles on Careers:
Their job description has a lot of bold... not sure if they want a bold person or someone who uses bold a lot.
@Shog9 You missed the one where it ended with APPLY. Because you MUST apply to this job.
On my resume, under key skills, I have "keepin it real"
How do you determine if this developer is one of the "best"?
> *Apply if you think you are a really good developer.
11:59 PM
> We like to use the latest ‘sensible’ thing

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