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5:46 AM
@ArcticChar ... in addition, a multiple duplicate.
 
 
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7:49 AM
I pointed out a possible duplicate here but that did not prevent two more answers from the same person who had answered the older question.
 
 
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12:28 PM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Few unique characters in body, no whitespace in body, no whitespace in title, repeating characters in body, repeating characters in title (396): kbbkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk ✏️ by 2000rosser on math.SE
 
12:53 PM
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Q: Pre-requisite for Deformation of Algebras

Additi.PI want to write an essay on Algebraic deformation theory and I was wondering what are the pre-requisites that I should be well versed before reading papers on this? I know basics of group theory and ring theory, commutative algebra, lie algebra,associative algebra, geometric group theory, galois ...

 
 
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2:51 PM
I've never seen this before: https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/3887726/prove-that-certain-operation-is-commutative?noredirect=1

The timestamps say I closed the question as a dupe 5 seconds before the answer's timestamp :) I tried page refreshing, and the time difference remains. Can't say it's a big deal but it's a little weird.
 
@rschwieb If a user starts to write to write an answer before the closure, they are allowed to post it under certain conditions. For more details :
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A: How was this answer posted after this question was closed?

Tim StoneIf a question is closed while you're answering on the full version of the site, you will receive a notification that the question was closed and the 'Post Your Answer' button will be disabled. However, this is only a client-side restriction, so it is possible in some cases that this process fails...

 
makes sense
 
 
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4:35 PM
D1, D2, D3.
D4, D5, D6.
D7, D8, D9.
@ArcticChar D5 onwards needs a couple more votes.
 
 
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RRL
8:30 PM
DA, DB, DC, DD, DE, DF, DG, DH
 
RRL
8:42 PM
DI. DJ, DK, DL
 
@RRL after voting on your suggested deletions, and seeing the recurrent suspects answering such low quality questions, I think we should create a list of the ten most wanted abusers who answer, repeatedly, PSQ's!
 
9:03 PM
^^^Of course that would be frowned upon if we were to post it, but it's useful to think about, anyway.
 
RRL
9:15 PM
@amWhy: The most egregious low quality posts with analysis, calculus, sequences-and-series, limits, integration, and related tags appear to be consistently answered by a small group of high-rep users. The odds are highly in favor of the same individuals appearing in these close/delete posts when selected at random.
 
@RRL Indeed. But there is one particular egregious answerer of very low quality inequality questions, as well ;D
 
9:37 PM
@XanderHenderson No... This is the question: math.stackexchange.com/q/3888206/9003
(@XanderHenderson feel free to delete my misfire!)
 
@XanderHenderson Gracias!
 
 
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RRL
10:39 PM
Close: PSQ1, PSQ2
 
10:58 PM
@amWhy Putting on my diamond hat for just a moment, please don't do this.
 
@XanderHenderson what am i not to do ? Oh I see. It was just dark humor. I wouldn't literally do that.
 
@amWhy I know you wouldn't, but not every who reads this channel knows that.
On a related note, we were in a meeting earlier this week, and the faculty association president told everyone that we were going to have a monster truck rally as a fund raiser. One of the admins immediately cut in "You are joking, right? Because I don't know how we would handle the liability on that one!"
 
@XanderHenderson Feel free to delete the comment. It's too late for me to do so. I don't have super duper diamond powers! ;D
@XanderHenderson Hah! ;D
 
No, it's fine. Humor is good.
 

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