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8:29 AM
Might this math.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/28193/… be better suited to SE Meta? I'm looking for a migration rather than to delete and repost / repost... unless you think to do so would be inappropriate.
 
 
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11:23 AM
@ProducerofBS I really don't see why you do not just repost.
Then the question is overly broad in my opinion.
Most likely it's be better to start a discussion rather than have a list of features requested.
I'd say the probability that you have success with that request is close to 0.
However, if you discuss with others you might identify something that has a chance to get implemented.
 
 
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2:40 PM
@quid: Can you please undelete this room?
 
@quid ok thanks. I just reposted for now. Developers might see it in a different light.
@MartinSleziak If you go to your profile, then to activity and under questions, you can select see ALL or see RECENTLY DELETED, and can see such content. And I have PLENTY of experience of doing that :(
 
@ProducerofBS The important word there is recent.
 
@MartinSleziak ah ok.
 
In fact, you don't even find this way recently deleted posts that were old (but deleted just now), if I remember correctly.
> Navigate to the question tab of your profile and click deleted recent questions at the bottom. For answers, go to answer tab instead.
> These lists only include the posts that were created in the last 60 days.
 
@MartinSleziak ok
 
2:53 PM
So if I made an answer three months ago and somebody deletes it today, I won't find it this way. (I will still find it another way - since 10k+ users can search for their own deleted posts. But the issues discussed in the message your replied to was how it works for users with lower reputation.)
 
3:40 PM
@user170039 done
 
 
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5:04 PM
@BalarkaSen Not bad my friend, writing, mathing, moderating. Think I might take up chainsaw sculpture, should I do it?
 
5:16 PM
@amWhy I've been thinking deeply about what you said, re: hurt to help? I am happy to report that, despite unpleasantness on both sides, my recent foray was quite helpful, and late last night I was able to build the sets I needed for a to describe Sudoku in the way I need to!
I think some of the disconnect that led to friction is something that I experience on the Mythology forum as a contributor. In that field I have a formal grounding, but, in some cases, I don't read the question carefully enough, or think enough on what the OP is asking. In those cases, I'll provide answers full of useful information and insight, but not necessarily what the OP was looking for.
That said, the math forum has been helpful, regardless of difficulty in process of reaching for new definitions, which may require slight expansion in scope of current techniques.
:)
 
 
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6:24 PM
@AlexanderGruber Please understand, @AlexanderGruber, my motive in what I wrote in response to your words about the purpose of CW, was not to chastize you, or find fault with you, but rather, to explain how I've found it useful, and why. And that wasn't meant to say everyone should use it the same way.
When I recounted why I find it helpful to use CW, at times, I was expressing how it's been helpful to me so as not to be seen as to "ambitious", and when I said I've had to realized, mostly earlier and not so much now, to be humble, gracious, not challenge to aggressively, to be ever so self-conscious as to how others are reacting to me,
and ended with "Silly me, I realized too late that, Hah, you've never had to be self-conscious much about anything. Contrats." I did not mean to direct that to you personally, I only meant that it is difficult for those who have never found themselves in positions of having to justify their existence and/or passions and or commitment and/or worth to understand the persistent self-appraisal and self-consciousness of those who do, in fact, need to justify their existence and worth.
In no way did I intend to imply that you are not aware of some of the extra struggles some have, to be heard, than perhaps you do. If I remember correctly, you've been quite outspoken on occasion about obstacles women many face, in math, for example. In any case, I did not mean to single you out, @AlexanderGruber. It was more a matter of my need to try to express that what so many users/mathematicians, students, etc., can take for granted, cannot in fact, be taken for granted by some others.
 
 
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9:24 PM
@AlexanderGruber Hahaha. I'd visit an art gallery showing off your chainsaw skills, if that counts for a yes on my part.
Good to hear you're doing good.
 

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