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10:00 AM
!!/test ww.catchyfitness.com/testogen/
 
> Would not be caught for title, body, and username.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported question: The Hidden Gem Of Testogen by Leonard S. Adams on stackoverflow.com
 
!!/waffle
 
@soup CI build is still pending, wait until the build has finished and then pull again.
 
10:04 AM
!!/pull
 
[ SmokeDetector ] SmokeDetector started at rev 0df4d02 (Normal Human: wider fitness pattern) (running on Raspberry Pi)
Restart: API quota is 6614.
 
!!/test ww.catchyfitness.com/testogen/
 
> Pattern-matching website in body, pattern-matching website in title, pattern-matching website in username
----------
Title - Position 10-21: fitness.com
Body - Position 10-21: fitness.com
Username - Position 10-21: fitness.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: Lightweight Rules Engine in Javascript by user2799279 on stackoverflow.com
 
Come on, people... a member for 2 years 9 months, with 13 posts, recommends some open-sourced thing...
@SmokeDetector f
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted username, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: relate with it. Picking what to wear is by van juriyam on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
10:12 AM
@SmokeDetector k
 
@SmokeDetector k
 
@SmokeDetector Why?
 
@TIPS Post manually reported by user tripleee in room SO Close Vote Reviewers.
 
10:26 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Keep your Skin Natural with Firmalogic Cream by thomakwilliams on askubuntu.com (@HenryWHHack)
 
@SmokeDetector k
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title, bad keyword with email in body: SAP VIDEOS ONLINE TRAINING by divya565 on stackoverflow.com
 
This reminds me, I forgot to investigate sites ending in .com.com. My guess they are all spam or malware.
 
My guess is your guess is an educated guess.
 
@SmokeDetector k
 
10:37 AM
!!/test something.com.com
 
> Would not be caught for title, body, and username.
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: When To depend on effects? by savenjiibond on superuser.com
 
sd k
 
in SO Close Vote Reviewers on Stack Overflow Chat, 1 min ago, by SmokeDetector
@EricD brews coffee for @EricD
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title, bad keyword with email in body, blacklisted website in body: HADOOP ONLINE TRAINING IN UK by ChinnapaReddy on stackoverflow.com
 
@SmokeDetector K
Regarding !!/coffee, does Smokey really need to reply to and ping the person?
 
10:49 AM
!!/tea
 
@Magisch brews a cup of jasmine tea for @Magisch
 
See?
 
@TIPS eh
you only get one ping iirc
!!/coffee
 
@ArtOfCode brews coffee for @ArtOfCode
 
Yeah, one ping, one notification
 
10:49 AM
Yes, but redundant things are redundant.
 
true
 
It should be a reply, so it's linked to source... and then the username should be mentioned in the sentence...
 
It does make grammatical sense.
 
I can see the @ before the name being redundant.
 
That. ^
 
10:52 AM
aye
 
What is it says has received freshly made coffee from @smokedetector, then it fits in the pattern of the automatic prefix
 
Project links: Blaze (GH) | SmokeDetector (GH) (wiki) | metasmoke (GH)
8
 
Is it that day again....
 
yep
 
Heh
@Art you will never guess what happened to me today
 
10:55 AM
you got kidnapped by a purple flying monkey
omg how did I know
 
We really need to make a FR on the main meta for forever sticking stars, and then link to the search results of "Project links:"
 
@Ferrybig That won't be a popular FR.
 
use case is small
 
@ArtOfCode I got a 1.5s long electric shock with 230V AC voltage
 
Are you sure that wasn't the monkey's fault?
 
10:57 AM
Yes
 
oh
 
What about your script btw?
I keep imagining how amazing that'll be
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Skin Firmness Around The Eyes And Mouth by Lucxxresnh on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
You know what I'm talking about: When you get to know meta.SE, you predict the outcome of the posts, like any other site. In the case of that FR, @Ferry, your first or second comment would be "if something is that important, write it in the room's description."
@SmokeDetector K
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: is a great product for getting beautiful looking skin! Have you ever by rooksjuri on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
10:59 AM
@SmokeDetector K
 
@Magisch Still sitting. Exams are still a thing, I'm afraid. I'll get to it eventually.
 
11:18 AM
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in answer: flv to mp4 converter in Trusty by badbecomesgood on askubuntu.com (@HenryWHHack)
 
-._(._.)_.-
 
@Magisch Then no matter how awesome it will be, you'll be disappointed.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: When should I use Inline vs. External Javascript? by Jake Bourke on stackoverflow.com
 
@zʏᴀʙiɴ101 Hullo, and welcome.
!!/help
 
@TIPS I'm SmokeDetector, a bot that detects spam and offensive posts on the network and posts alerts to chat. A command list is available here.
 
11:19 AM
@SmokeDetector K
 
@SmokeDetector I know how to call you. sd k to confirm report, sd f to decline...
!!/blame hooves
 
@zʏᴀʙiɴ101 It's zʏᴀʙiɴ101's fault.
 
o_o O no.
 
Also, I was thinking of making rooms with feeds for small lists of Stack Exchange sites, in the Stack Exchange Network namespace.
Will someone benefit from it?
!!/amiprivileged ... and... nope.
 
11:22 AM
@zʏᴀʙiɴ101 No, you are not a privileged user. See the Privileges wiki page for information on what privileges are and what is expected.
 
@zʏᴀʙiɴ101 Unclear. Who will be present in those rooms?
 
@soup Probably people from the sites the room represents.
Occassionally. :P
 
I don't see this working. Someone stops by, sees a two-days-old spam report, what's the point?
 
Flags the chat message as spam
 
11:25 AM
If a chatroom isn't active, it serves no use.
@SmokeDetector k
 
sd k
And... the welcome message.
@SmokeDetector k
:/
 
you're not privileged
 
So, I need to be privileged just to confirm/decline report?
 
Yep, that's sorta the entire point of privileges :)
 
@zʏᴀʙiɴ101 The authority is oppressive.
 
11:29 AM
@zʏᴀʙiɴ101 As for those rooms... they're possible to feed with Smokey, but if nobody's going to use them thenthere's not much point wasting resources. We might be able to sort another solution using the metasmoke API or a websocket, or something.
that is, we can provide the API and you can have a bot pull data from it and post to chatrooms.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer, repeating characters in answer: SAML SSO: Unable to import certificate via Java Keystore file (JKS) by asdasd on salesforce.stackexchange.com
 
@SmokeDetector abusive gibberish
 
I wish there were personal aliases for Smokey...
 
!!/pull
 
[ SmokeDetector ] SmokeDetector started at rev 30559f4 (Normal Human: 360musicng, heathcare, trailing commas) (running on Raspberry Pi)
Restart: API quota is 5876.
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in title, link at end of body, link following arrow in body, pattern-matching website in body: Remove Wrinkle From Your Face By Firmalogic Cream Reviews by gimmamathes on arduino.stackexchange.com (@NickGammon @QPaysTaxes)
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: The saw palmetto is an extract? by rlestosan on askubuntu.com (@HenryWHHack)
 
11:57 AM
SD 2K
 
Hayi
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Manually reported answer: How should I store Gmail authentication in my app? by jenny hilton on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in answer: Is there any way to send serial data over physical ethernet layer with no encapsulation? by Jacob on electronics.stackexchange.com
 
SD 2K
 
12:09 PM
@SmokeDetector ignore-
 
@soup What do we do with that
 
ignore it, I guess.
 
I feel a strong urge to flame the bigotry out of this guy's head but I know its not my place
>_>
<_<
 
We would finally end up ignoring crap answers to bad questions.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Phone number detected in answer: ngircd / xchat SSL issues by user3117885 on unix.stackexchange.com
 
12:12 PM
@SmokeDetector I think it's NAA, because another post mentions Comodo SSL.
 
@SmokeDetector K
 
The OP is already using their product.
 
I am more for the k side
 
I mean ... a reasonable person would find this offensive
 
I was getting ready for an f, actually.
 
12:13 PM
The post on islam.SE I mean
but its also acknowledged islamic doctrine, so I feel they would frown upon us removing it from the site
 
Even I'm on the k side for the above report
 
@Ferrybig Is this spam too, then? unix.stackexchange.com/a/290234
 
The problem is not in the comodo certificate,its in the setting of the mail server
 
The post seems to make no sense other than linking the words "SSL certificate" to their page.
 
@Magisch 1. The question is low-level trolling. 2. These people are who make Islam look bad, and I'm against them more than you are.
 
12:14 PM
@soup I would vote that as naa
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, link at end of body, link following arrow in body, pattern-matching website in body: Alpha Fuel Testo If you want to develop your by LionelKeen on drupal.stackexchange.com
 
@SmokeDetector K
 
@TIPS Well I'm an atheist, so all I know about Islam comes from reading an english quran translation once
 
12:15 PM
@Ferrybig But consider the page it links to. Why link to that?
 
@soup The way this is worded makes it look more NAA, but it's suspicious as well.
If we apply SO-user suspicion, both are spam.
 
Anyway, I agree that the more recent one is spam, and I flagged the earlier one as spam too.
 
The important here is how the top answer doesn't have any of these fishy thingies.
 
@TIPS So do you think that it should be removed (the post on islam.SE I mean)
 
@soup I didn't see the link (blame SE for not underlining links), that but then its still naa, since its a public resource instead of a number that charges you as you call.
@SmokeDetector k
 
12:17 PM
@Magisch Together with the entire site.
 
I don't know
 
@Magisch We had a user on ELL (still have it) that kept plugging their ears and shouting rules in grayish areas in a very trollish matter. This guy looked like that.
 
I have nothing against people discussing religion
but this seems just like open bigotry
 
@Magisch As what? Bigotry? It's just a bad answer to a worse question and both should be roomba'd or removed.
 
@Ferrybig Well the links to garciniasomething.com are also links to public resources...
 
12:18 PM
Maybe we need a Meta.SE topic to come clean about what SE wants to tolerate on the site
 
Well the "offensive" flag reads "A reasonable person would find this inappropiate for respectful discourse"
I feel that way about brazen bigotry
 
@Magisch This, I reckon, would end in flame wars and useless arguments that ruin the day for a bunch of people than real conclusions.
 
Is it my place to come into the Islam.SE community though and start flagging things I find offensive as a westener atheist?
@TIPS I really want an answer to that though
 
The problem, as always, is the grayish area.
 
12:20 PM
I'm feeling lucky, so I'll write up a post to post on meta.SE
With a more conciliatory point
 
Oh man. Getting ready for headaches
 
@Magisch Wouldn't it be specific to a particular site?
 
There are more sites where this could come up
like on christianity.SE and hinduism.SE
and some more
 
@soup He wants to generalize it.
But I think there was already such a post on meta.SE.
About when usernames and profile images would sound offensive.
The topic was different, but the idea is the same.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in answer: Filtre layer 2 multicast packet by Ram Epic on stackoverflow.com
 
12:26 PM
@soup I think it might be spam too, also because the user is unregistered, and its his only anser
 
@SmokeDetector Sounds fishy
 
That is k to me
sd k
 
Alright, I posted it
I'm gonna get some flack for this one
 
Oh well, you focused more on that single post than I thought.
Gets ready to pile on downvotes if people start downvoting it
 
!!/alive
 
12:33 PM
@AshishAhujaツ Of course
 
I've not been here for a long time today, but aren't there less reports coming in?
 
I'm not sure about my feedback on this anymore:
-1
A: Is there any way to send serial data over physical ethernet layer with no encapsulation?

JacobDidn't you try the simple free software solution? http://www.flexihub.com/serial-over-network.html This helped me. There is a free subscription plan anв it was enough for me. But serial port sharing works only for windows version.

28 mins ago, by SmokeDetector
[ SmokeDetector ] Blacklisted website in answer: Is there any way to send serial data over physical ethernet layer with no encapsulation? by Jacob on electronics.stackexchange.com
 
@TIPS That's why I didn't k it. Looks like a legit post to me
 
Legit as in NAA.
So not so legit
 
Yup. I meant not spam
 
12:36 PM
F != N
 
@TIPS bah. I was talking about whether k or not. So f = n in this case
 
@AshishAhujaツ But notspam feedback = f, no?
@JonW Smoke detector is a bot which finds spam and abusive posts. Find it in charcoal: chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/11540/charcoal-hqAshish Ahuja ツ 7 mins ago
 
@TIPS You're gonna spin my head crazy! I mean that is was not spam, and shouldn't be spam nuked. So not spam nuked applies to f and n both.
 
We dragged @JonW to this pit hole of Charcoal, BWAHAHAHA
Welcome @Jon!
 
But strictly speaking, notspam command translates to f.
In any case, I flagged the Electronics post VLQ.
 
12:41 PM
@Undo ^ is so good a message, you need to either add it to !!/help or make another command for it. Honestly, stuff in that message is what I want to link to when guiding first-time visitors, not help's List of Commands.
Oh @Mag, I just upvoted the question FTW. It'll get more than 10 upvotes unless something weird happens.
 
!!/help
 
@soup I'm SmokeDetector, a bot that detects spam and offensive posts on the network and posts alerts to chat. A command list is available here.
 
@TIPS Adding to help (alias info) is probably better. Suggestions for text?
 
12:57 PM
@soup A moment
 
I feel like I've opened pandora's box
 
> Before starting to feed back to Smoke Detector, make sure you've read the guidance on [your privileges], the [available commands], and [how to feed back].
@Magisch Why?
 
@TIPS Every discussion I've ever had about something religion related online has devolved into death threats
 
@Magisch We're a long way from that right now.
 
@Magisch Well, I've had discussions about religion with many people, and with people in SE chats. We never ended up fighting.
But I agree religion is more sensitive than politics, esp. on the internet where I can't see your face.
 
1:03 PM
I try to avoid talking about religion on any site because, even though you might not mean something, someone might take it as rude. And you know, no one wants fights
 
@AshishAhujaツ The most important thing is not to start the conversation with stuff like that.
 
@TIPS Hm. Not everyone who wants to know about SD wants to give feed back, though.
 
@TIPS agree
 
@soup Dunno, those three pages are the most crucial getting-to-know-you FAQ for SE IMO.
 
"Before giving feedback" almost suggests that this is what people should do with it... In fact, we usually have over-supply of feedback.
 
1:07 PM
@soup Maybe write "If you want to start feeding back to . . . "?
 
That's better... come to think of it, I haven't written any of those pages, so I'll leave linking to them to others.
 
1:25 PM
bye
 
1:50 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword with email in body, email in body: Price difference exists between Bitcoin website, you can use this idea to make big money! by Daniel Ck on bitcoin.stackexchange.com
 
@SmokeDetector What? O_o
 
What is the correct flag for this ? spam ? very low quality ?
 
I flagged as spam.
@SmokeDetector k
That said, I wouldn't be surprised if the flag is declined. Bitcoin site is on par with Yahoo Answers, etc. Why does BitcoinSE attract particularly low quality posts?
When a spam post gets answered, it's telling something.
 
2:17 PM
@TIPS Out of interest how was that EE spam flag handled? It's been deleted now but not as spam.
 
@PeterJ Dunno, I didn't follow it. It seemed someone flagged it as spam though.
 
Ahh that might have just been my downvote
 
Oh
 
I'm back
 
2:32 PM
@AshishAhujaツ Here's a GIF for celebrating that. i.imgur.com/ts3Mmd4.gif
 
@TIPS glad you like it... that was a whole 10 seconds of thought off the top of my head.
 
2:47 PM
!!/pull
 
[ SmokeDetector ] SmokeDetector started at rev ebc150c (ArtOfCode: Better help message) (running on Raspberry Pi)
 
No response?
I see.
 
Restart: API quota is 4590.
 
@AshishAhujaツ It just takes a while for the bot to pull the new code and reboot
@TIPS:
!!/help
 
2:48 PM
@ArtOfCode I'm SmokeDetector, a bot that detects spam and offensive posts on the network and posts alerts to chat. For more information, you can read the guidance about privileges, available commands, and what feedback to use in different situations
 
@ArtOfCode I see. Earlier when blacklisting websites, it was faster, so thought there was a problem this time.
 
The fast responses were outliers :) This is about how long it usually takes.
 
3:06 PM
So, proposal that we just had a small discussion about in TL: Remove Islam from offensive and email filters (and any others like that that commonly cause fp/confusion)
 
And I still disagree. :P
Maybe pattern-matching or email in answer, but not offensive.
 
Which one caught that last one?
 
email in answer, bad keyword with email in answer
 
Email reasons it probably should be removed from - as someone said, that's a much bigger trend on religious sites
 
Eh. We're talking peanuts here - 15 reports, 9 tps: metasmoke.erwaysoftware.com/…
 
3:09 PM
I don't see the point, really. The volume isn't that high.
 
that's true enough
 
Agree with soup's point
 
3:33 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected, offensive title detected: I suck dicks blah blah blah blah1 by Dom on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected, offensive title detected: I suck dicks blah blah blah blah by Dom on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] All-caps answer: How to send position using Telegram Desktop? by SKJ on stackoverflow.com
 
sd 2tp-
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected, offensive title detected: I suck dicks blah blah blah blah2 by Dom on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector ] Offensive body detected, offensive title detected: I suck dicks blah blah blah blah3 by Dom on stackoverflow.com
 
@AshishAhujaツ I do not agree with the last feedback, I think the all-caps is more naa
sd 2tp- n 2tp-
 
@Ferrybig Oh. when did that post appear? I tried to tp- the above two posts!
 
I know you like race conditions, :)
 
3:37 PM
Now one more invalidated feedback. Just when my percent was coming down to 1%, it will spike back up :(
 
I'm actually positively surprised by SE
 
@Magisch why?
 
The religion discussion hasn't devolved into non constructive stuff yet
 
Hm. Does chat support SVG images, I wonder...
yes it does
 
4:01 PM
@Magisch The what now?
 
@SmokeDetector ignore- but way off-topic
 
sd f
Woohoo, just got Enlightened!
 
@QPaysTaxes close voting as off-topic message
 
Aw dang
 
4:16 PM
@QPaysTaxes del-voting as total off-topic message
 
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I don't want to come across as stifling, but the purpose of this room is to deal with spam on the network. With that, we support Smoke Detector, Metasmoke and a few other quality projects. Can we keep the idle chatter to a minimum?
15
I realize that we all like to talk and share (I do it too), but recently, this room has become noisy with more and more off topic chatter.
 
@SmokeDetector Isn't this a bit early for a rollover message?
Yeah, it rolled over yesterday night. shrug
19 hours ago, by SmokeDetector
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@Andy Oh sorry. I'll try to keep that a bit low.
 
@Andy Yeah, seconded.
 
4:21 PM
bye
 
4:32 PM
sd n
 
sd n
 
sd n
 
looking at it, I agree that it is n rather than fp-
 
Eh, doesn't really matter. The only ones I invalidate are usually tp -> fp, fp -> tp, tp -> naa.
 
4:49 PM
Aha - wasn't sure about that.
 
Metasmoke also reports a post as conflicting if and only if its has at least 1 true positive and at least 1 false positive feedback
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Bad keyword with email in answer, email in answer: Does toothpaste get rid of cold sores? by jonas kita on skeptics.stackexchange.com
 
@SmokeDetector k
 
5:23 PM
!!/notify 11540 latin.stackexchange.com-
 
5:33 PM
sd f
It's a real answer that happens to use non-Latin characters
 
6:00 PM
sd f
Translation suggests a legit question
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in body: Where am I from? by nikamed on puzzling.stackexchange.com
 
I'm not sure
It seems like self-vandalism
 
it's probably fine just needs a rollback
 
Yeah, I modflagged it
So would that be sd f? Or something else?
 
yeah
 
6:13 PM
sd tp-
actually
Which I think I put in the feedback guidance somewhere
 
Oh, I see
True positive but don't blacklist the user
 
6:27 PM
Does an offensive comment flag carry any reputation penalty?
 
nope
not even if it is declined
 
No, I mean if I flag a comment as offensive and it gets marked helpful, does it inflict a penalty on the person who posted the comment
 
wait, no, I don't know.... @ArtOfCode, do you know this? <_<
 
I know an offensive question or answer gives you -100
But I just offensive-flagged someone, it got marked helpful, but they didn't lose 100, and I was wondering if that's a bug or expected behavior
 
@Quill You were right first time :-)
 
6:37 PM
Which first time?
 
There's no rep penalty for an offensive comment flag.
 
10 mins ago, by Quill
nope
 
Comments marked offensive are deleted just like any other successfully-flagged comments.
 
Ah, alright
 
6:49 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Link at end of answer: How to train for marathon by J. White on fitness.stackexchange.com
 
Looks legit but I'm not sure
NAA but legit
 
website itself feels a little bit spammy
username is a common spammer's pattern
but yeah, I'm not sure
 
sd k
that website is shit
 
Looks like a spam seed. I guess we'll find out.
 
7:00 PM
That's not spam in and of itself but it is blatantly off topi
 
@SmokeDetector ignore- for now
 
Alright I gtg
Plane taking off and all
 
later
 
 
1 hour later…
8:08 PM
[ SmokeDetector ] Shortened URL in body: Adsense shows blank white ads by lizardhr on wordpress.stackexchange.com
 
@SmokeDetector ignore- already closed
 
8:53 PM
Restart: API quota is 2446.
 
So apart from reconfiguration and having to create new accounts, how would people feel if we moved source control to GitLab? Just gauging opinions, here.
 
Um... why?
 
'cos gitlab is actually really good
 
I beg to differ. :) I tried it a while back, the tooling was not on par with GitHub's.
 
It does get updated pretty regularly, you might find that's improved. I haven't found anything GH has that I can't do with GL yet
well, the graphs are not quite as good
but... they're graphs
 
9:03 PM
Even if it is on par, I don't see a reason to change. That's literally the definition of change for the sake of change.
 
Yeah, pretty much :)
 
Oh, right, this too:
in Tavern on the Meta on Meta Stack Exchange Chat, yesterday, by Quill
> Jon asks about their use of GitLab. Nick says it works okay, but they’re testing GitHub Enterprise internally due to performance. GitHub is significantly faster, search works a lot better (due to using Postgres search rather than Elastic Search), and there are some nice new features in GitHub like squashing commits.
 
I like Github.
 
@hichris123 odd, I haven't noticed much of a speed difference
 
We are considering GitHub enterprise at work too. We have gitlab now. It's a nice solid "meh". I like githubs UI a ton better and they have integration with so many other services.
 
9:08 PM
@Andy services is definitely true
Circle wasn't on the GL list last time I checked
I do quite like the idea of integrating CI with the source control, though. That's nicely done.
 
[ SmokeDetector ] Few unique characters in answer: Samsung Galaxy Discover SCH-R740C running 4.0.4 fails the JB 4.1 update by ziaddeaf on android.stackexchange.com (@AndrewT.)
 
sd abusive
 
9:41 PM
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Um... it rolled over twice today?
5 hours ago, by SmokeDetector
API quota rolled over with 3974 requests remaining. Current quota: 9999.
 
@SmokeDetector tpu-
 

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