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3:20 AM
Not the final hammer-blow, then. :-)
I guess either you miscounted or the Roomba took one away just as you were adding one?
On this site, what is the difference between philosophy and theology? Many of our philosophical questions seem theological to me.
 
 
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5:29 AM
@MonicaCellio Questions regarding our understanding of God, such as it is. NOT for every question about Jewish beliefs. For general questions about Jewish philosophy and beliefs, use hashkafah-philosophy. (from the tag wiki and excerpt)
 
 
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12:55 PM
@DoubleAA then maybe some questions are mistagged? judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/60089/…, judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/60001/… lack "theology", as does judaism.stackexchange.com/q/59951/472 and related Qs (though it's less clear there to me whether it should be there). Seeing one of the recent philosophy-but-not-theology Qs made me wonder.
"Mis-tagged" is of course a valid answer, but before I go messing with tags I wanted to ask.
 
 
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2:41 PM
@MonicaCellio I think theology would fit on this one judaism.stackexchange.com/q/60001/759. The others don't sound that way. (This is of course a highly rigorous process, and my opinions are clearly authoritative.)
 
@DoubleAA @MonicaCellio I tend to agree. The other two are not especially about God.
 
@DoubleAA @IsaacMoses thanks. I added it to that one question.
 
Ha msh210 already made the last needed edit judaism.stackexchange.com/posts/59905/revisions
Now we have 201 theology qs.
 
I noticed the tag count was 201 after my edit. But the question should have the tag, so it's not like that invalidates my edit. :-) But msh210 gets to claim the final hammer strike.
 
2:57 PM
@MonicaCellio A fitting person indeed to have solidified our top tags.
@msh210 You should continue from chayil el chayil.
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Tim Post on June 11, 2015

Some time ago, we hired a Russian-speaking Community Manager named Nicolas Chabanovsky. He works remotely from St. Petersburg (we’re pretty sure it’s the one in Russia). In the past Nicolas was a software developer, and participated in the development of DLNA-stack at Motorola, webOS at LG Electronics and many other notable projects. What we found the most interesting about Nick is he’s one of the founders of the most advanced clones of Stack Exchange we’ve ever seen, which was ХэшКод, otherwise known as HashCode. …

 
@DoubleAA indeed, very fitting!
 
3:59 PM
@DoubleAA "Well before he became a mod, he was putting a great deal of work into improving the site, including many retags and suggested tag merges." - me, endorsing msh210 for election
 
4:43 PM
@Yisha Find some other information about this, because as Rabbi Yitzhak Abadi points out, camel milk is $18 per pint, there's no way they'd mix that into cows milk, it's not cost effective. Someone asked him about this supposed "article" and his reponse was: "lol-definitely gets credit for being original! i have a bridge for sale -YA" kashrut.org/forum/viewpost.asp?mid=56992&highlight=camelAaron 17 hours ago
Just had to get this off my chest: In milk production there are a lot of byproducts. Industrial food production has found creative ways to use them instead of dumping them in the garbage (as they used to do). Whey, for example. The reason camel, etc. milk producers want to push the FDA to make 'milk' include their product is so that they can sell their wares on sites like dairy.com instead of essentially having to dump them.
Statements about the price of the pure gallon of liquid are simply not relevant to that point.
Thank you for listening to my rant.
 
5:02 PM
@Yishai Good point.
 
5:34 PM
Is it >=200 or >200?
Anyways, it looks like 33 Generalist badges will be awarded.
 
6:10 PM
Testing 1 2 3
 
testing
 
@michaelpri @rolfl Can i ask what you're testing?
 
Some people are failing to load the CSS for this room, apparently
 
@Scimonster the CSS for this page isn't working and we're trying to see what's wrong
 
It appears to be load-balancer related, or some other such intermittent thing because it's only some people affected.
 
6:23 PM
I've personally never had a problem, and i'm in here all the time.
 
On a technical level, the chat servers have been traditionally hosted on the Disaster Recovery Stack Exchange site, and they were recenly migrated to the main site... and now the DR site is being powered down.
We are now powering down our databases in the DR data center. This will be the final notice of the powerdown unless we run into issues.
By the way, it was just coincidence that you are using the SEDE query I wrote for generalist...
but I do like to see it being used... warm-and-fuzzies, etc.
 
@rolfl :)
 
 
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yEz
8:50 PM
YEZ is proud of himself:
@cham1 You didn't tell me how long each re'iya lasted for so how can I calculate if there are any vestos of haflaga, dilug, or chodesh which need to be observed according to the Ramban and the Rosh! And you didn't tell me what time of day they were at in case it is a kvius of sha'os! Also, you didn't tell me when the molad was each month in case I want to be choshesh for the shitta of the Ra'ah! What kind of question is this?!?!?! — yEz 53 secs ago
 
@DoubleAA He looks worried.
 
@TRiG Well, he was a prophet... Maybe he knew what was going on.
 
@TRiG The real (contemporary) one frequently does, too.
 
I feel worried. But that's unrelated.
 
yEz
9:21 PM
@DoubleAA you had to wait until I was just starting to have fun to delete it?
 
@yEz We both got to have a little fun. Unfortunately outside of Adar we have to limit that around here.
 
@DoubleAA Do I have to make another Venn diagram?
Legal and not fun: fine
Legal and fun: fine
Not legal and fun: not fine
Not legal and not fun: Why? Just why?
 
9:49 PM
@IsaacMoses Sounds more like a table to me.
 

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