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3:55 AM
review request: rolled back vandalism math.stackexchange.com/review/suggested-edits/1379556
 
4:18 AM
@Archer Curiosity is natural, but A) Nobody will discuss suspensions. They are a private matter. B) It's off-topic in this chatroom.
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@JyrkiLahtonen has there been a policy change to not show "suspended" on the profile any more?
 
reopen request this post has been improved to the extent that the original closing reasons are no longer valid math.stackexchange.com/questions/3667291/…
 
 
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5:53 AM
@user12986714 I cast the fifth vote to reopen on the question about quaternion factorization. It's not formulated too clearly, but I don't think there is too much doubt about the intention.
@skullpatrol I don't think so, but I don't know for sure.
 
 
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7:03 AM
@JyrkiLahtonen ok, thanks for replying pal
 
How this room changed from CRUDE to CURED?
Skull did you have your hands in this metamorphosis?
:-)
 
nope, not me pal :-)
 
Really. I don’t trust you, no good thing is free from you pal
 
7:28 AM
Oh, I am an owner here :-) Thanks.
 
 
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@Knight You can simply check the room transcript: chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/2165?m=54230641#54230641
 
12:14 PM
I feel like there was an abstract duplicate target posted a while back which dealt with every possible permutation of transitive, reflexive, and symmetric, but I cannot find it. :\
 
1:02 PM
This post is yet another bogus 'answer' from this user. "Since the problem is apparently hard, we suspect there is only one solution." is clear evidence, and is in fact false! Yet there are 3 upvoters! @RRL @XanderHenderson @JoséCarlosSantos @JyrkiLahtonen @skullpatrol
(Actually, the post gets exponentially worse from that point onwards, but that's the first clear nonsense.)
 
1:28 PM
@user21820 Downvoted.
 
 
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2:56 PM
@JoséCarlosSantos Thanks!
 
@XanderHenderson This is close, but not quite on the money. I wonder if it would be worth posting a new FAQ which simply deals with every possible permutation of transitive, reflexive, and symmetric?
Two PSQs in one, on the HNQ. Determining the number of possible combinations‭ - Luyw‭ 2020-05-10 05:35:31Z
 
 
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7:19 PM
Another no effort question on the HNQ. It isn't even tagged correctly. :\ Explain the equivalence class of a constant Cauchy sequence‭ - Snoop Dogg‭ 2020-05-10 08:22:44Z
Okay, I think that it is tagged appropriately now.
I'll note that the accepted answer to that question begins "I suppose (you don't specify, so I must guess) that you're talking about a standard construction of the set of reals $\Bbb R$ from $\Bbb Q$ using Cauchy sequences.". Why not obtain clarification before answering?!
Yikes!
@XanderHenderson No I didn't. You read that into it. You belong with the other bigot on Academia.SE. Also, you didn't explain. You insulted. Grow up or get out. — B. Goddard 35 secs ago
 
7:44 PM
@user21820 See my previous comment.
 
8:26 PM
Surprised that Smokey didn't flag this. How do you write this as a string in R‭ - Sean Mc Caw‭ 2020-05-10 20:24:17Z
 
8:36 PM
math.stackexchange.com/questions/3667517 was edited to add a lot more context after being closed for no context
 
 
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