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Activity for Monica Cellio‭

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Comment Post #290951 I don't think that's intentional, no. Thanks for the report.
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about 2 hours ago
Edit Post #290929 Post edited:
This had already been fixed in the repository but needed to be deployed. Fixed now.
about 6 hours ago
Comment Post #290947 I marked this as a duplicate of a bug about the same problem in comment threads, because I believe the root cause is the same.
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about 7 hours ago
Edit Post #290947 Post edited:
about 7 hours ago
Edit Post #290947 Question closed about 7 hours ago
Comment Post #290924 That's a good idea, thanks.
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about 17 hours ago
Edit Post #290924 Initial revision 2 days ago
Answer A: What is Codidact's policy regarding artificial intelligence-generated content?
Due to a technical limitation (working on it...) I can't mark this as a duplicate of our network gen-AI policy, but see that link. To summarize: - Presenting non-original work as your own is a violation of our plagiarism policies, regardless of who or what wrote the material you used. To the ext...
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2 days ago
Comment Post #290922 Duplicate, but currently we can't close a question in one category as a dupe of an article in another. Working on that, but in the meantime I'll leave a placeholder answer to point the way.
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2 days ago
Edit Post #74803 Post edited:
closed as superseded instead of status-tagging it
3 days ago
Edit Post #74803 Question closed 3 days ago
Comment Post #290917 I don't have time for a proper answer right now (nor can I fully answer), but one link: [Co-Design framework](https://github.com/codidact/co-design).
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3 days ago
Comment Post #290917 I think it's ok to have a general question here about the software platform. If people were asking lots of details we'd take it to Collab, but Meta is sort of the "commons" for our network.
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3 days ago
Edit Post #290892 Post edited:
fixed on meta; push to all communities pending
4 days ago
Edit Post #74803 Post edited:
This question is about behavior that has since been changed.
4 days ago
Edit Post #290910 Initial revision 4 days ago
Answer A: Should we directly link to the proposals site for new proposals in the Help Center?
Thanks for the report. I've updated this topic to link to How to propose a new community, which describes the process instead of just dropping the person on the Proposals site. Admins have an option when editing help to push the change to all sites (that haven't locally edited the topic). I chos...
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4 days ago
Edit Post #276479 Post edited:
updated link for how to propose a community
4 days ago
Edit Post #290739 Question closed 4 days ago
Edit Post #290867 Post edited:
7 days ago
Comment Post #290867 I agree that's confusing. I submitted a pull request to fix it.
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7 days ago
Comment Post #290860 I've updated that GitHub issue with a link here. Thanks for finding that, @#53890.
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8 days ago
Comment Post #290860 Validating length after stripping unsupported HTML seems like a good idea to me. In contexts where the minimum length is longer, this would look like a post (not a blank page) and people would want to know why the length wasn't enforced.
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8 days ago
Comment Post #290855 Hi meta guy, and I'm sorry about the experience you had when you were just trying to help. We'll get this figured out somehow -- I don't want that to drag you down either.
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9 days ago
Edit Post #290855 Post edited:
9 days ago
Edit Post #290855 Initial revision 9 days ago
Answer A: Minor suggested edits to old posts
One of the linked questions, about not bumping minor edits, has a suggestion that would have helped in this case: allow edit reviewers to decide if an edit is minor. For that to happen, at last two people were involved, and the owner of the post is also notified of the edit suggestion. If we did ju...
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9 days ago
Edit Post #74925 Post edited:
10 days ago
Edit Post #74925 Post edited:
we did resolve it, and then we replaced that category with the Proposals site, so this is all "overcome by events" now
10 days ago
Comment Post #290833 Looks like a bug to me, yes. Thanks for the report.
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10 days ago
Comment Post #290764 Maybe a filter option for "my favorite tags"? You can filter on tags now, but you have to maintain that manually and we already have the concept of favorite tags, so maybe we can build on that?
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14 days ago
Edit Post #290749 Initial revision 16 days ago
Answer A: A refactoring convenience function.
Sometimes a brain dump is a bunch of questions and answers, and in that case (as suggested in another answer) it's best to do the "dump + refine" step separately and post when ready. That way people don't see, and consider answering, questions that aren't yet ready for attention. Other times a br...
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16 days ago
Comment Post #290699 I'll have to defer to the developers for a more detailed answer, but I believe we are using third-party libraries for Markdown support, not rolling our own.
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21 days ago
Edit Post #289970 Post edited:
21 days ago
Edit Post #290699 Initial revision 21 days ago
Answer A: Markdown table alignment only renders correctly in preview
Column alignment in tables now produces a warning that it won't render in the final post (it's part of the "unrecognized HTML" warning). Also, the editor preview now shows the same formatting as the final post, with all columns left-aligned. I'm sorry we couldn't fix it the other way, by supporti...
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21 days ago
Comment Post #283318 Would you be interested in making this proposal on our new [proposals site](https://proposals.codidact.com/help/proposals), where people can also start asking and answering questions right away to test out the idea? From the votes it looks like this proposal has a lot of merit; are you still interes...
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24 days ago
Edit Post #290676 Post edited:
24 days ago
Edit Post #290676 Initial revision 26 days ago
Answer A: I can close my own question by myself, but not reopen it
I agree that we probably do want people to be able to self-close,[^1] as a way to signal "I know this needs work" that's less destructive than deletion. If we allow that, though, then we should do one of the following: - In the close modal where you choose a reason, if you are the author and you ...
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26 days ago
Comment Post #290650 And if your community doesn't have a place for articles and you would like it to, raise it on the per-community meta.
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about 1 month ago
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about 1 month ago
Edit Post #289697 Post edited:
clarified the wording to match the behavior
about 1 month ago
Edit Post #289520 Post edited:
about 1 month ago
Edit Post #290625 Initial revision about 1 month ago
Answer A: Inconsistent tagged question counts
The tag count incorrectly includes deleted questions. I see that the GitHub bug tracking this is marked "easy", so I'll see if I can find the relevant query and fix it. (No promises, as I'm pretty green when it comes to Ruby, but I'll try! I've touched a few lines of Ruby code! :-) ) Update 202...
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about 1 month ago