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6:24 AM
got into the mood for answering, but saw a bad question and tried to do something with it but very fast I realised that the guidlines prevent me to say anything which will not make the user happy, so back out of here
so no @TomJNowell, it is not slack or any other thing that make the chat dry, it is in my case at least being fed up with WP leadership, and the SJW policies of this site that prevent free speach
 
 
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1:16 PM
@MarkKaplun I don't think it's too much of an ask to be friendly, it might have been better for you to go to another question or just leave a brief comment. You don't have to fix questions, only the OP can really do that
also WP leadership can't touch us :)
 
 
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3:19 PM
Donna Choi on December 11, 2019

đź‘‹Hello! I’m Donna, the Community Design Lead at Stack Overflow. 

Welcome to CHAPTER #1 of The Loop, a new blog series from the Stack Overflow Community team. This post is a deep-dive into our research approach: what it used to be, what it is now, and how it continues to evolve. 

Learn more about The Loop in CHAPTER #0 (yes, our chapters are zero-based).

If you work on a product that’s ever benefited from research – whether that’s talking directly to users, analyzing experiment data, or any number of other research methods – you know how indispensable these inputs are for making the right decisions.  …

 
Being able to phrase things politely is hardly SJW. It's a good communication skill to have.
 
3:56 PM
also known as tact
if it helps, watch Monty Python, if it sounds like John Cleese being incredibly sarcastic by being polite, it'll probably sound lovely written down to anybody from a US timezone
 

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