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2:01 AM
Starting at rev db53379 on branch master (Merge pull request #43 from thesecretmaster/scohe-dumpLink feedbacks to users among many many other things (per #28))
 
 
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7:58 AM
Instead of reposting, please edit your original post to improve it. Reposting only creates more work for the community, as they now have to split their attention across two posts, and have to point out the flaws in both of them. — Tinkeringbell ♦ 21 secs ago
#26965 Tinkeringbell (32497 rep) | Q: Which behaviour should I have? (score: 0) | posted 23 minutes ago by user33894 (1 rep) | Toxicity 0.04843209 | tps/fps: 0/0
Yes, but I lost my account. Delete the other question — user33894 1 min ago
#26965 user33894 (1 rep) | Q: Which behaviour should I have? (score: 0) | posted 27 minutes ago by user33894 (1 rep) | Toxicity 0.07443029 | tps/fps: 0/0
 
 
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9:24 AM
"share what you know with others, especially in the workplace because frankly your employer would probably expect it of you." — Mugen 55 secs ago
#18661 Mugen (1869 rep) | A: How do you deal with colleagues, acquaintances asking you for knowledge that you gained with months of effort? (score: 81) | posted 941 days ago by Astralbee (26863 rep) | edited 932 days ago by Astralbee (26863 rep) | Toxicity 0.15352264 | Comment on inacti
While I'm grateful to you for taking the time to reply to my answer, I feel that this answer misses the context : it isn't work related. Colleagues are NOT entitled to the info. My employer does NOT have a say in this. It's also hurtful the way you justify that you're sharing info on SO / SE sites and use that to compare with my situation of real life. Both have different social dynamics. If someone on SE were to ask a question on server setup I obviously answer it too when I know the answer to it. — Mugen 50 secs ago
#18661 Mugen (1869 rep) | A: How do you deal with colleagues, acquaintances asking you for knowledge that you gained with months of effort? (score: 81) | posted 941 days ago by Astralbee (26863 rep) | edited 932 days ago by Astralbee (26863 rep) | Toxicity 0.05681936 | Comment on inacti
 
 
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11:48 AM
You say that you've played along: How have you been doing this, what kind of things have you been doing, what makes you think continuing will make you sound desperate? Also, in order to help you with your response (note, this includes only the how, not the 'what to say' as per our help center), what goal does a best approach achieve for to you? Without clarifying what you want to achieve with your approach, without clarifying what goals an approach should achieve to make it the best for you in your situation, any answers to that question are going to be primarily opinion based. — Tinkeringbell ♦ 41 secs ago
#26967 Tinkeringbell (32497 rep) | Q: How do you respond to directed friendly banter (score: 0) | posted 1 hours ago by user369084 (31 rep) | Toxicity 0.06386865 | tps/fps: 0/0
 
12:04 PM
@mugen Sorry that you feel that way. Of course, you've edited your question since I wrote my answer 2 and a half years ago, but also you're talking about information on professional matters that you gained through research, so it is quite difficult to address it a non-business context. If you researched how to build and host a website and one of your friends in a non-business context grilled you for your findings, I would not expect that to be for their own fun. — Astralbee 1 min ago
#18661 Astralbee (26863 rep) | A: How do you deal with colleagues, acquaintances asking you for knowledge that you gained with months of effort? (score: 81) | posted 942 days ago by Astralbee (26863 rep) | edited 932 days ago by Astralbee (26863 rep) | Toxicity 0.14286877 | Comment o
Matched regex(es) ["chatty"]
 
 
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5:29 PM
A location or culture tag would help understand your mother's culture. In some cultures, for instance, saying anything against the parents is strictly frowned upon. — baldPrussian 34 secs ago
#26968 baldPrussian (31829 rep) | Q: How to provide feedback when my mother tries new recipes, in a way that doesn't upset her but still allows for honesty? (score: 0) | posted 18 minutes ago by Tinkeringbell (32507 rep) | Toxicity 0.28098834 | tps/fps: 0/0
@baldPrussian it already has the netherlands tag, which goes for the entire family ;) — Tinkeringbell ♦ 55 secs ago
#26968 Tinkeringbell (32507 rep) | Q: How to provide feedback when my mother tries new recipes, in a way that doesn't upset her but still allows for honesty? (score: 0) | posted 19 minutes ago by Tinkeringbell (32507 rep) | Toxicity 0.07659937 | tps/fps: 0/0
 
 
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8:06 PM
I have to wonder if she's just doing this because she wants the conflict. Does she ever exhibit similar behaviours for other things? Or just cooking? — Sarov 1 min ago
#26968 Sarov (141 rep) | Q: How to provide feedback when my mother tries new recipes, in a way that doesn't upset her but still allows for honesty? (score: 0) | posted 2 hours ago by Tinkeringbell (32507 rep) | Toxicity 0.1488483 | tps/fps: 0/0
 

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