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7:23 AM
@MattDMo We do miss you. I hope things get settled soon.
My paper finally got accepted yesterday.
Waiting for my PhD defense.
 
 
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9:41 AM
How many hours until voting starts?
 
9:54 AM
Good luck @WYSIWYG
All the best @MattDMo. Hopefully you'll be able to come around again.
@Kenshin I believe it's 20:00 on 27 Mar, so 16 h
 
ok ty
 
10:27 AM
@canadianer Thanks.
 
10:52 AM
@MattDMo congrats, all the best; sorry to hear that; good to hear that (for different paragraphs, I used ';' )
@WYSIWYG all the best dude
(If you're male, lest change the grammar ;)
 
 
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12:13 PM
@MattDMo Good to know that you are still around.And no apologies necessary, we all have varying amounts of time. All the best for the future...
@WYSIWYG All the best for the defence.
 
@Chris Thanks. I think there is still some time to go. One of the referees has not yet replied.
Interesting paper:
 
@WYSIWYG It always takes time - in the end this is a bureaucratic process. I think it took about 3 month from the day I handed in my thesis at the faculty to the day I finally defended it.
 
2 months gone for me.
But I am relieved that my paper is finally accepted. I had bad experience with a really lousy editorial staff. Most unprofessional I have ever seen.
Then we submitted to another journal.
The review was relatively quick. They accepted the MS on the very next day of submission of the revision.
Now, I can at least apply for post-docs.
This paper should have been published a year ago.
So, this is my recommendation to others: FEBS letters sucks. Don't ever submit there.
 
@WYSIWYG Looks interesting.
@WYSIWYG I'll keep it in mind :-)
 
12:29 PM
@Chris Any suggestion on interdisciplinary labs working on cellular/molecular evolution?
 
@WYSIWYG Nope, sorry. Do you have any region where you want to go to?
 
@Chris I guess I do not want to go to the Orange Emperor's empire :D
Would go only if there is a good enough reason (such as going to Harvard) :P
 
@WYSIWYG I can totally understand that.
 
 
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2:05 PM
@WYSIWYG congratulations
 
 
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3:25 PM
yay!I can vote now!!
 
 
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7:38 PM
How was the questions closed when this site was new? Nobody would be having 3000 rep :)
 
xD Maybe the moderators would be tasked to do that
 
7:59 PM
@Mesentery The rules for beta sites are more relaxed. Additionally, there are mods.
 
@Chris Greetings Chris!
 
8:43 PM
@Mesentery The list in the first answer compares the reputation needed for private and public and graduated (designed) sites : meta.stackexchange.com/questions/58587/…
 

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