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Is this clear at all?
 
 
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6:20 AM
@pomsky voted to close as unclear
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6:41 AM
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11:18 AM
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@Zanna someone pressed upvote button probably
@pomsky closed
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3:07 PM
@jokerdino it could be so
 
3:27 PM
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@Zanna If somehow that's off-topic, then the reason is neither apparent nor related to it being of interest to developers. (We list "Development on Ubuntu" explicitly as one of the topics that people can ask about in the help center, after all.)
 
I could not see anything off-topic about it. But I don't think I understand the question, alas (not at all the question's fault)
I don't have a clue how to answer this question but it looks to me like somebody would be able to figure it out... if it's unclear, what's missing?
 
8:40 PM
It seems fine to me. Nobody's requested clarification. David Foerster didn't seem to have a problem interpreting the question when he answered it.
Are non-recent editors pingable? I think the answer is yes but I'm not sure...
 
If only the system would tab-complete editors to let us know we can ping them, we would be able to tell if there was a time limit
well, the review is complete now, thanks! :)
 
I think the reason it doesn't is that it's the client-side JavaScript that does (or does not do) tab completion, and the information about all the editors is not provided in any form. Of course this could be remedied by including it, or fetching it when a user comments, or fetching it when a user starts an @ reply while commenting.
No problem.
 
ah... could be fixed then
I think that question is ok
 
8:57 PM
I agree. It's of direct relevance to Ubuntu users in a way that it is relevant to basically nobody else, and also we explicitly allow questions about "Services provided by Ubuntu." I don't exactly know what that means anymore, and I'm not sure I ever did, but I can't think of any interpretation at all that would exclude questions about where to find files that are provided officially on the Internet for use on Ubuntu systems.
Most of the close votes are for the EoL reason. I wonder if people didn't understand the question, or were unfamiliar with the technical issues involved?
I think a userscript could accomplish it, too, but if the system changed who gets pinged, the userscript would be far, far worse than useless. If the system changes who gets pinged but @ autocompletion is not updated, then that would be even worse... but SE devs would be able to make both changes at the same time, and if they didn't then there would be heavy practical testing resulting in a bug report and fix, probably in a short time unless only uncommon use cases were affected.
 
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9:31 PM
seems answerable possibly by the commenters...
 
I've asked that the second commenter, who does not believe it is a bug (and who I think is right), if they'll post an answer.
 
thanks!
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OT (mac OS X)
 

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