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For me, the ca...
Beats me. Other stuff also doesn't. Like **this**. And *this*.
The system has actually been reworked recently to take into account low-traffic beta sites:
If the question has less than 100 views, the votes never expire
If the question has more than 100 views, close votes expire at a rate of one every 4 days.
But closing is supposed to be a (mostly) spont...
@msh210 btw, turns out that closing as "historical" only recently changed to remove the questions from the tag list. Last week actually, just in time to mess up our purim plans!
Ok, food for thought: At the end of p'kudei: "וַיְכַס הֶעָנָן אֶת אֹהֶל מוֹעֵד וּכְבוֹד יְהוָה מָלֵא אֶת הַמִּשְׁכָּן". 1. What is the ohel moed. Is it different from the mishkan? And (2) what is k'vod hashem, and is it related to the anan? Also wondering, what do chazal mean when they say "shechina"? Does anyone know any good sources that thoroughly explain this, preferably in a more rational, less mystical, fashion?
@HodofHod "locking as". Interesting. Actually, it happened just in time so that we'd notice it at the time we were doing the locking and wouldn't have a nasty surprise whenever in the future we next looked at the tag
Until recently, I usually served as unofficial host for the Parashat Hashavua' Chat. Unfortunately, it seems that for the foreseeable future, I won't be able to attend. Would you be willing to take over this job, to help keep the Chat running smoothly?
No one's going to be able to do it every si...
@SethJ It is no doubt poetic. The question is analyzing the particular word choice (diction, syntax etc.) involved.
@SethJ I don't know. Maybe something like (SPECULATION): the ohel moed represents God's communication with the Jews while the mishkan represents God's presence in the jewish camp. So it fits that kavod (the amorphous concept) is with mishkan and anan (the "instantiation" of God lehavdil) is with ohel.
We've come to rename Markdown to Letdown in the C++ chat room because it lets you down so often. I've now just found a pattern.
It seems markdown fails for multi-line messages. That is, this
Letdown can't cope with multi-line comments.
Let's see code?
fails to display code marked as co...