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3:28 AM
Hi, everyone.
I finally made up my mind to come in.
I recognize a lot of names from PPCG.
And the puzzles are very interesting.
 
3:57 AM
@hosch250 Hooray! Don't worry; we don't bite. Usually.
Hey, everyone who's abusing code formatting for non-code snippets. Stappit, code formatting is only for code!
 
 
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5:40 AM
@Doorknob I've never seen any code on here, so why not?
The inline code snippets are nice, anyway.
Also, most SO sites don't have code.
BTW, I haven't forgotten how much you like Llamas, @Doorknob, so it isn't that puzzling.
I've never seen a green one yet, though.
New developments on the Murder lately: puzzling.stackexchange.com/a/4781/5521
 
 
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2:04 PM
Huzzah I found the puzzling chat
 
2:43 PM
@J.Musser Can you even publish those edits?
 
 
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4:01 PM
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Q: The Security to the Party [Part 30] [#1]

QuyNguyen2013Thus is a multi-part party installment. A famous host is storing his party recipes on a data server, and rumor has it that the passwords are in his house. He has another party today without his famous recipes, but it gives you a chance to steal the password. You and your friend start spying on t...

 
 
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10:42 PM
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Q: Do these "security to the party" puzzles count as mass-producible puzzles?

Joe Z.We had a discussion a while back in which we determined that a specific category of puzzles called mass-producible puzzles were off-topic if presented as specific questions. I feel like the recent glut of "security to the party" questions count. People are saying these puzzles are original. Yes...

 

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