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11:02 PM
@HDE226868 Music Fans is probably crying, though. ;-)
 
bye!
 
@DForck42 Bye!
 
@NapoleonWilson I know.
Another cross-site scope overlap, I guess.
 
Sure, when they naturally occur, not when they're forced about by cramming stuff into the site for inclusion's sake.
 
When was In A Garden by Elizabeth Jennings published?
 
user15026
11:17 PM
Okay, I find song lyric stuff here a little strange, because I don't feel like it really fits the whole idea of Literature as a thing
 
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also, wow, people are super upvote-ing, which is fascinating.
 
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@Shog9 facepalm
 
Hello again, bookworms!
 
Hey!
 
11:20 PM
@HDE Good answer to my Poe question, but you missed at least one other example.
 
question: what does it mean when I see reopen (1) ?
does this mean that I have one reopen vote left, or that it needs one more to be reopened?
 
@TrojanByAccident Means one person (of a necessary five) has voted to reopen that question.
 
@BESW ah
 
@Randal'Thor hey can you reveiw edits? there's 5
I can't I'm out of reveiws
 
Posted my question. Feel free to figure out the best tag(s) for it, or otherwise edit it.
 
11:32 PM
@EᴀsᴛᴇʀʟʏIʀᴋ Review queues done. And wow, that's a lot of edits you've reviewed today!
 
@BESW feel free to ask a question on mythology.se about, for example, the virgin of guadalupe. I'll do my best to give you an answer.
 
@Randal'Thor cool, and thanks!
 
I'm tired, I won't ask any more today.
 
@GeorgeA.Strieby Sorry, had to reject some of your edits as they weren't really making any improvements to the posts. Please remember that edits should be substantial improvements.
There's a hell of a lot to catch up on here.
And I'm still out of votes :-/
 
:(
@Randal'Thor yeah
can we get a new question chat feed now?
 
11:34 PM
That would require someone to set it up
 
[wave]
 
How many new questions are we getting per hour now?
Hi @BESW!
 
@Randal'Thor About 5/h
 
At the current rate of chat activity, the current speed of question activity would not be overwhelming.
 
True.
 
user15026
11:36 PM
If people want it, we can put it in, and people can always ignore the feed user if they don't want to see it :)
 
This room has imported people from some pretty busy rooms all around the network.
 
@Ash Provided it's a onebox and not a ticker, of course ;-)
 
There will, of course, be necessary adjustments as the Stack and room settle.
 
@Randal'Thor of course
we wouldn't stoop so low we use a ticker
 
11:37 PM
@BESW But chat activity will get reduced a lot later.
 
user15026
@b_jonas Possibly.
 
@b_jonas No, because hopefully more people will join.
 
@EᴀsᴛᴇʀʟʏIʀᴋ I meant, ignoring the user is only possible if it's a onebox.
 
user15026
Some rooms stay active.
 
I weakly oppose putting the feed here now.
 
11:38 PM
ah yeah
 
@b_jonas And probably so will question frequency, but gosh you guys, you're talking like a feed can't be changed or removed.
 
@Benjamin we still wouldn't use a ticker right
 
We can watch the questions directly on site for now.
 
user15026
@BESW This, too :)
 
user15026
I am trying to find stuff to ask about non-SFF books I've read lately, but there's not a whole lot that I can ask about romances....
 
11:40 PM
lol
 
can we all just agree to pretend that the ticker doesn't exist and never discuss it again?
 
good man.
...or cat. whatever.
 
@Ash What I just asked is borderline. It's unclear if those novels are sci-fi. L'Ile mysterieuse probably has enough sci-fi in it, with the predicted volcano and electric submarine and especially the sci-fi weapon used to kill the pirates; Strogoff has a sci-fi twist ending but nothing else I think; Indes Noire is I dunno.
 
user15026
I've just been reading a lot of stuff lately that lacks anything really to chew on in a question sense
 
user15026
11:44 PM
They're good books, they're just not ones where you go "hmmm I wonder why x was done or why y worked or how z related to q"
 
yeah, same with me
 
@Shog9 Saw your answer about that on main meta. Had to upvote.
@Ash I have a question brewing about Thomas Hardy novels.
 
@BESW It's so difficult not having the edit privilege on here. :'D
 
you'll get it soon, don't worry
@doppelgreener btw I just finished the answer, I'm waiting until the new UTC day (12 minutes) to post it though
 
@EᴀsᴛᴇʀʟʏIʀᴋ i'll try my best to, haha
 
11:52 PM
I might ask more questions later. Not today.
 

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