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Hm, I wonder if I can screw with their data by filling that form in somehow...
@JanDvorak hm, okay, feedback reverted
argh, looks like I can't any more
@SmokeDetector that's a fishy one to say the least
@tripleee nope, because I got there first
@SmokeDetector pinged an email to these people to tell 'em to not do that
3:23 PM
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[ SmokeDetector | MS ] All-caps answer: SQL get value from next row by vinoth raj on stackoverflow.com
3:44 PM
So that email I sent to those UX survey people? Got a reply. Half-good, half-bad...
> My apologies. I take full responsibility and will let my team know that the message is inappropriate for the Stack Exchange forum.
I literally just told you it's not a forum.
@SmokeDetector why
@tripleee Body - Position 743-752: skin care
@SmokeDetector f
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3:58 PM
@ArtOfCode would be hilarious if there next spam post says that ArtOfCode explicitly gave them permission to post on this forum
whats wrong w/ that post?
@SmokeDetector why
Body - Position 1-167: <p>I've always found the following site really useful to build/test/debug regular expressions:
<a href="http://regexr.com/" rel="nofollow">http://regexr.com/</a></p>
@CaffeineAddiction the "link at end of answer" summary is provided in the notice above
4:00 PM
yah, i went to the site ... looks legit ... is it bad?
it's not spam or rude/abusive, so in that sense, a false positive
@SmokeDetector f
yah, but it just got voted into oblivion cause SD posted it
@SmokeDetector n
@CaffeineAddiction It was a bad answer.
Just not spam
I was reviewing the URLs in recent spam and the majority of them are already blacklisted
privateinternetaccess.com has two spam hits currently -- one recent, and one from 9 months ago
torrentsvpn.com has three spam incidents already
as per the discussion earlier today, should we blacklist those?
actually, I would cut privateinternetaccess some slack, the posts are stupid but possibly submitted in good faith
(my copy of the blacklist might not be completely up to date, btw)
4:19 PM
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4:42 PM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in body, bad keyword in title, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Max Testo XL is a testosterone supporter by parvis on security.stackexchange.com
tpu- by MAR
tpu- by teward
folks, I am trying to figure if job offers (paid or free) in posts qualify for spam flags, can you help? Per my reading of MSE FAQ strict meaning is post should promote some product or service, otherwise it can't qualify for spam, do I understand that correctly? and if yes, I can't figure whether it would be correct to say that job offer some "product" or "service", somehow it doesn't feel right though I am not sure...
If it helps specific text that made me wonder was "looking for a mentor to help me solve my basic coding problem within web development. Please let me know if you would be happy to help me"
is someone being payed to post it?
@gnat That's just off-topic. Do you have an example of such a post?
@CaffeineAddiction per my reading no one is being paid for posting it, author seems to be pretty clear about this being for their personal needs
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Manually reported answer: Load a HTML page within another HTML page by your mother on stackoverflow.com
tpu- by Jan Dvorak
4:51 PM
How are we going to detect those puppies?
@DavidPostill it's a deleted question at SoftEngg (ex Programmers). Title is "Mentor wanted in <city name> to improve programming skills" Text is "l am looking for a mentor to help me solve my basic coding problem within web development. Please let me know if you would be happy to help me."
@gnat I wouldn't classify that as spam. There is no link to any payload. It is just an off-topic question.
@tripleee git pull, then, or use !!/test
@DavidPostill per my reading of Wikipedia article (which is in turn used as a base of our MSE FAQ) absence of monetary aspects in the message still allows to qualify some posts as spam. That article has section on Noncommercial forms. But okay, even if it was paid job, even if author offered money for their wanted mentoring, could this qualify, I just can't see "product" or "service" promotion in such posts, or do I miss something?
5:09 PM
@gnat I don't see product or service either (that's the payload I referred to). That's why I said "It is just an off-topic question.". Note - I am personally very anti-spam. If I think it's spam I will say so, even if some people don't always agree with me :)
I once got a Sales Director fired for his company spamming after I complained to his boss (Managing Director) pointing out what damage was being caused to the reputation of his company :)
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There are only four hard things in Computer Science: 1. cache invalidation, 2. naming things, 4. message sequencing. 3. just-once-delivery, -1. off-by-one errors and 5. just-once-delivery.
5:26 PM
tpu- by DavidPostill
Restart: API quota is 6488.
@DavidPostill got it, thanks for explaining
@SmokeDetector n
@SmokeDetector n
@EricLeschinski nice
5:42 PM
@EricLeschinski you forgot 10. deciding on which number system to use
lol. The off-by-one errors point should be indexed -1
@EricLeschinski it is, what are you talking about
lol, someone changed my post lol.
And "guaranteed" should be correctly spelt :)
@DavidPostill neither the order, nor the integrity is guaranteed ...
5:49 PM
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@EricLeschinski That sneaky CardOfOat
@Glorfindel this is why TCP is a thing
@art why is artofcode.co.uk down
@Magisch it's almost never up
try port 8800
5:53 PM
I wanted to make my own domain once but I found out that Magisch.com Magisch.org and Magisch.de were already taken
i have a joke about TCP
... did you get it?
@Magisch try themagis.ch
@CaffeineAddiction yes, but I think your delivery was a little poor. :)
hard to do in chat ... I have one about UDP too ... but I would get kicked from the ch
@CaffeineAddiction that was also a joke, not an insult to your joke-making skills :)
6:01 PM
though it would make more sense for your first joke to be about UDP, given the lack of guaranteed delivery
I know a joke about TCP, but I can only tell it to one person at a time, and I have to ask for a permission to talk first.
I know a joke about TCP, but it'd get shot down... ack-ack fire, you know.
6:33 PM
Backoff received of 10 seconds on request to questions/266022;266022?site=electronics at 18:32:03 UTC
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Few unique characters in answer: Display the sum of the even numbers between two integers by andy on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Few unique characters in answer: Processing3 PShape.setTexture array index out of bounds error by 0_insomniac_0 on stackoverflow.com
naa- by ArtOfCode
@M.A.R. [:33165891] That message is not a report.
@SmokeDetector N
6:58 PM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at end of answer: Building an HTML Diff/Patch Algorithm by Ahmad Sodik on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Offensive answer detected: favicon internal server error by Useful Information on stackoverflow.com
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] All-caps answer, few unique characters in answer, no whitespace in answer, repeating characters in answer: How to put an image in div with CSS? by RIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII on stackoverflow.com
tpu- by ArtOfCode
@SmokeDetector f signature
7:14 PM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Link at end of answer: Launching a website via windows commandline by Elijah on stackoverflow.com
@gnat I was going to tell you about meta.stackexchange.com/questions/278250/… as related and then I realized that was your post...
7:55 PM
@hichris123 good catch, it's indeed related. Things you feel are spam but still don't qualify for spam flag
8:06 PM
@SmokeDetector fp-
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword in title, link at end of body, pattern-matching website in body: Mass muscle tissues sinuprex by sinuprex on drupal.stackexchange.com
tpu- by Ferrybig
8:46 PM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Blacklisted user: What stops a 3G enabled device to access a 4G network? by Manjinder Singh Hanjra on electronics.stackexchange.com
@SmokeDetector f
9:12 PM
Backoff received of 10 seconds on request to questions/266030;266043?site=electronics at 21:11:39 UTC
Black Magic?!?!
9:30 PM
@CaffeineAddiction First line
yes yes, why its blacklisted
@SmokeDetector why
@DavidPostill Body - Position 1-108: <p>I just discovered how easy it is to modify const objects without any <code>const_cast</code> black magic
It contains the words "black magic"
yes, but why is it blacklisted?
9:35 PM
@CaffeineAddiction Because spammers advertise their black magic services ...
@SmokeDetector f
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10:59 PM
CI on 48dd6a9 succeeded.
[ SmokeDetector ] SmokeDetector started at rev 48dd6a9 (hichris1234: Change blacklisting to prevent extra newlines) (running on ArtOfCode/EC2)
Restart: API quota is 4594.
Hopefully that fixes the newline thing. If it doesn't, it doesn't seem like it would do anything anyway.
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11:23 PM
[ SmokeDetector | MS ] Bad keyword with email in answer: 2.5L four-cylinder able to tow 2,700lbs? by Adebayo Lucas on mechanics.stackexchange.com
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