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7:59 AM
I have edited a bit the FAQ posts on deletion to reflect the recent change from "deleted recent questions" to "deleted questions". (Although I am not sure whether it is ok if regular user edits those posts - or whether I should have left that to SE staff.)
In any case, if somebody wants to have a look, I provided a bit more details about my edits here: chat.meta.stackexchange.com/transcript/1623/2022/1/13
@Glorfindel Among other things I have removed the link to your post: Allow banned users to see their own deleted posts. (Since now there is an easier way to get deleted questions/answers, this seemed redundant in a FAQ post.)
 
8:17 AM
@Martin Its okay for regular users to edit that.
 
^ That. If it's not okay for users to edit, the staff will have used the 'policy lock' :) So there's no accidentally editing posts that shouldn't be edited ;)
 
Thanks fro the response!
 
@Martin I improved on it a little
 
8:35 AM
@Luuklag Thanks for doing that!
 
@Martin thanks. I realized that as well and closed the question as a duplicate
 
Thanks for the response!
I cannot resist saying that your post was definitely useful before this change.
In fact, I sometimes worry whether my votes on your posts on Meta Stack Exchange won't be reversed as serial voting at some point - many of them are extremely useful.
 
9:24 AM
@Glorfindel while your here, spammer to nuke: meta.stackexchange.com/users/1130170/liam-ann
 
 
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11:52 AM
Our resident spell checker changed his name...
 
12:16 PM
@Luuklag Well it isn't a forum :D
 
yeah I didn't say he was wrong ;)
 
Although MSE is forum-like...
Moreso than the rest of SE, at least...
 
@tripleee poof
 
great
 
12:33 PM
@RyanM yeah thats true, we have hunderds of duplicates
damn Glo beat me to closing that lost soul
 
1:01 PM
@Luuklag we were speculating in Charcoal as to whether it was spam or not. No definitive conclusion was reached.
 
@RyanM the link was to a genuine tutorial I think
 
@Luuklag Yeah that's how I'm leaning, too.
 
wow, needed to join that site even.
 
1:58 PM
the crypto one is still up, I flagged for mod attention when it arrived
 
@tripleee I pinged the mod that was pingable in their chatroom
 
!!/amiprivileged
 
@RyanM ╳ You are not a privileged user. Please see the privileges wiki page for information on what privileges are and what is expected of privileged users.
 
@tripleee you sure about that not reloading only the lists?
 
2:25 PM
@RyanM given the evidence ... no /-:
 
Juan M on January 13, 2022
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@Feeds Math doesn't check out.
 
@Tinkeringbell off by 6
 
2:42 PM
Which is weird.
 
yeah, too much of a rounding error
go complain on MSE
 
"DISMISSED" XD
 
Fine, ill be the nagger ;)
 
@Feeds bah, I was hoping the lame picture was a autostereogram.
 
Feels kinda wierd not to round it up to say the nearest 10 dollars
 
2:50 PM
 
haha no you're too late, but its your discovery so Ill delete min ;)
 
No wait turns out I was late :P
Mine is already deleted now don't make this WORSE!
 
Worst? Where? I'm hungry
 
That's the wurst.
speaking of food
bleh
I'm hungry but if I eat now, I might be hungry later
 
@Tinkeringbell I'll repost it on Puzzling.SE
 
3:02 PM
@Luuklag I have Unox in the storage Billy....
@SPArcheon Sure, have at it :)
 
3:26 PM
@Tinkeringbell ^ you are welcome.
 
Last sentence, typo... it's 'six dollars', not six dollar.
 
(please, tell me that you at least went looking for the actual post :P)
 
Of course not. Not that stupid...
Same typo is in the title too btw!
 
@SPArcheon The obvious answer: the postal service!
 
I thought it's another variation of the missing dollar riddle...
 
3:29 PM
@MetaAndrewT. yep, that is the one I had in mind.
 
3:54 PM
@Tinkeringbell I asked for something to eat, not to read form your bookcase ;)
 
4:08 PM
!!/amiprivileged
 
@RyanM ✓ You are a privileged user.
 
\o/
 
@Luuklag Billy makes an excellent storage unit for sausages, bottles and cartons of drinks, booze, laundry detergent and much more ;)
I got the version with Oxford doors and haven't regretted it for a minute
 
also just to make sure everything got linked up...
!!/amicodeprivileged
 
@RyanM ✓ You are a blacklist manager privileged user.
 
4:14 PM
(apologies for the noise, we were sorting out some missing links in my SD privilege entries, and also stumbled into an SD bug in the process)
Or from another perspective: a very quick promotion from "not privileged" to "blacklist manager privileged" :-)
 
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@RyanM blocklist :D
 
4:31 PM
@JourneymanGeek I can't find the reference at the moment, but I think Charcoal's position (per @ArtOfCode) is that they'll be happy to change the names the moment someone in the affected group says that they find them problematic.
Although for the particular privilege it's also kind of misleading, in that there's a user blacklist that any privileged user can edit, while being a blacklist manager confers control over more than just the blacklists (such as the watchlists and some minor additional control over SD instances).
 
5:21 PM
Yeah we haven't really had any problems with the blacklist terminology as it relates to Charcoal. SE has their stance which is fine and probably a good move especially considering how Github approached their terminology.
 
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5:36 PM
@JourneymanGeek Stack Takes Back 2022
 
@JourneymanGeek would be more interesting if it did read "Sunsetting LifeHacks & Skepticts"...
Or SharePoint (dead site)
 
lol
Site sunsets would likely be controverial if they are active
 
@JourneymanGeek I think it is covered by the "for a greater good" clause
 
Since when has SE cared about that? :D
 

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