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12:18 AM
@curiousdannii thanks dani
 
12:56 AM
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Q: What authority did the Catholic Church have over European Monarchs 900AD - 1450AD

JMSI recently described the Catholic Church as a super power during the Middle Ages and was surprised a respected member of the board (LangLangC) objected to that characterization and thought the Catholic Authority during the Middle Ages was overstated. Now selecting the period After Charlemagne's ...

 
 
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2:10 PM
@KorvinStarmast yeah, I don't know how much work it is to throw the elections together, apparently it is some. And there's some other behind the scenes work they're doing first too.
And for whatever reason they can't just appoint @curiousdannii mod, even though he probably ought to have been elected instead of me. Dang Russians. I mean svidgens..
 
@PeterTurner why can't dani be a pro tem mod? I wonder aloud ...
 
@KorvinStarmast that, I don't know, the reason he can't be a non-pro-tem mod is because too much time had passed between the election and the fiasco
 
@GratefulDisciple I sincerely hope things will turn out well in the end I am reminded of Henry II's "who will rid me of this meddlesome priest" - hehe.
 
2:40 PM
@PeterTurner No, I think you're doing a great job! And this way I keep building by flag numbers ever higher and higher ;)
Apparently they'll be sharing something about the mod agreement next week.
 
 
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4:01 PM
[From the CEO](https://meta.stackoverflow.com/questions/393155/ceos-2020-kickoff-blog-where-do-you-see-stack-overflow-going?cb=1#comment750837_393158)
> Yes, we fully intend to kick off a new round of moderator elections on the sites that need them. We're still working through updating that process, but want to be sure our communities have the support they require to thrive
that's an interesting use of ", but".
Hopefully that just means shelve the "Windows Phone" site, but keep the religion sites and not the other way around.
 

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