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Edit Post #278749 Initial revision 3 days ago
Answer A: What gets on Hot Posts?
The code for the hot post selection can be found in the app/controllers/applicationcontroller.rb file. Eligible for Hot Posts are all Questions or Articles that - have any activity in the last seven days, - are in an eligible category (can be changed per-category) and - have a score over a pe...
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3 days ago
Edit Post #278730 Initial revision 4 days ago
Answer A: How to financially support the Codidact project?
It's great to hear that you are interested in helping us funding our project. That's like really excitingly awesome. Unfortunately, we don't want to accept donations until we have a proper legal structure, that can be held accountable. We don't want you to have to trust some of our team members th...
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4 days ago
Comment Post #278544 @Moshi a coincidence of having exactly 30 non-staff people contributing so far in the specified timeframe. The board will show *all* people with relevant activity and the "What will you get icon" goes up until 50. Also, the list is cached so changes are not reflected instantly.
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5 days ago
Comment Post #278608 @dzaima Yeah. What I need to know is whether it's enough to show the beginning of responses (sorted by score likely) or whether you definitely need-want a special "Response" post type with special properties (such as "name" or "size"; the exact columns would need to be defined later). The first thing...
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7 days ago
Comment Post #278544 @Moshi now live :)
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7 days ago
Edit Post #278544 Post edited:
7 days ago
Comment Post #278611 The sanitizer then removes the `<blockquote>` tag and hence it looks like the number (or dash or #) was removed. I think the right solution would be to make the Markdown generator know that we are in "inline Markdown" mode and hence not generate block-level stuff.
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7 days ago
Comment Post #278611 Aye. So first of all this is a right place to write bug reports. If you want, you can also write on the per-community metas or on GitHub, but here's definitely fine. Furthermore, it appears that the issue isn't specifically with numbers followed by a dot but by everything that can cause Markdown to p...
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7 days ago
Comment Post #278611 # testing whether this works This looks like an interesting bug and I *might* have an idea what's the issue.
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7 days ago
Comment Post #278608 I *knew* that there would be a use case for the [ToC component](https://design.codidact.org/specific/toc/) some day. That seems like a good choice for the leaderboard, right? (as it is supposed to show the first line or so of the answer also by the previous design; do we need a special "size" column ...
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7 days ago
Comment Post #278544 @OlinLathrop according to the global stats we had about 50 Q and 50 A per week over the last few weeks. Can't say for the current week, but of course this event also has the intention of increasing network participation ;)
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8 days ago
Comment Post #278544 @PresidentJamesKPolk there is [this ca. 5 months old discussion](https://meta.codidact.com/questions/74964). If you want to talk about user base growth in general, this very Codidact Meta community is likely the proper place. If you want to talk about a specific community, there is a "Meta" category ...
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8 days ago
Comment Post #278544 @Moshi in the current configuration the blog only supports articles (w/o answers) and I thought people might want to be able to post them (for congratulating, telling their favorite Codidact story or linking to their favorite post or whatever)
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10 days ago
Edit Post #278544 Post edited:
10 days ago
Edit Post #278544 Post edited:
10 days ago
Edit Post #278544 Initial revision 10 days ago
Question Codidact turns one; let's party (now with ranking table) (contest ended)
Happy birthday Codidact! 🎉🥳 Wait, it has already been a year? Yes, apparently. A year ago today I started a Discord server to gather with others who wanted to buid a better Q&amp;A platform. A few weeks later we started a forum (now deprecated) to collect ideas and registered a domain name, and in...
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10 days ago
Edit Post #278536 Post edited:
11 days ago
Comment Post #278536 @msh210 oops. Missed in the enumeration will add in a few mins. And we don't revoke already granted Abilities by design. Moderators have tools (suspension and deletion of the Ability) that allow to handle cases where users no longer "deserve" the Ability. If we see a need for automatic removal, we ca...
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11 days ago
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11 days ago
Edit Post #277552 Post edited:
11 days ago
Edit Post #278537 Initial revision 11 days ago
Answer A: Mod-warning a user results in suspension, even when "No" is selected for suspension
This has been completed. The system will now make sure to do what you ask it to do not what it assumes to be correct. Also, we added a tool to lift suspensions early, in case the suspension was errorneous.
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11 days ago
Edit Post #278536 Initial revision 11 days ago
Article The technical design behind Abilities
So... as promised, here's a post on how Abilites are designed. If you haven't already, read the official announcement for them, before continuing to read this post to get a high-level understanding of what Abilities are and how they are supposed to work from a user perspective. You might also want to...
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11 days ago
Edit Post #278234 Post edited:
Oh yeah we renamed that...
16 days ago
Comment Post #278413 @Lundi those settings are shared between all categories, so all per-community metas have them too if the other categories have them.
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18 days ago
Edit Post #278042 Post edited:
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Edit Post #277257 Post edited:
22 days ago
Edit Post #278370 Initial revision 22 days ago
Answer A: How do I turn off keyboard shortcuts?
This has been completed and will hopefully be deployed soon. Starting from then, you'll find a per-browser setting in your profile that will need to be explicitly enabled in order to be able to use the keyboard tools.
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22 days ago
Edit Post #278102 Post edited:
22 days ago
Edit Post #278369 Initial revision 22 days ago
Answer A: Tag bar over keyboard shortcuts menu
This has been completed and is pending deploy. We set the z-index to an incredibly high Mersenne-prime, so this should no longer be an issue.
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22 days ago
Edit Post #278368 Initial revision 22 days ago
Answer A: Only send one notification per comment
This has been completed. The changes will hopefully be deployed soon. Now, the author of the parent post will no longer be pinged if mentioned. However, it might be possible, that this means that the second mentioned user won't get a notification, too, so only ping the author when neccessary (beca...
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22 days ago
Comment Post #278340 I’m interested in Physics as a hobbyist, had it as a advanced subject school and read some books about astronomy. Also got a telescope ;).
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24 days ago
Comment Post #278234 @JonEricson yeah, we used Discourse prior to this Meta site for coordination and the current Abilities system is heavily inspired by them. We currently don't track or intend to track reading and page visits. Also AFAICT, reading time generally requires JS to be active, which we intend not to demand f...
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25 days ago
Comment Post #278310 @FoggyFinder there has been some more internal discussion regarding the deleted answer. We'll post an update soon, which will contain our new stance on that specific post. Unfortunately, this post seems to have been misinterpreted by most people (including me) to be mostly about the one specific post...
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25 days ago
Comment Post #278310 I changed the title because this question seems to be more to be about a specific post rather than deletion in general. If this isn't what you intended, please revert and clarify.
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25 days ago
Edit Post #278310 Post edited:
AFAICT this post is more about the specific post, not about deletions in general.
25 days ago
Edit Post #278304 Post deleted 25 days ago
Comment Post #278289 We can feature stuff network-wise (as the Abilities thing currently) if they are super-important. Also, we also look at per-Community metas and don’t miss discussions there.
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27 days ago
Comment Post #278274 Yeah. I was the one adding the tag and declining the flag. As you said, I saw the one part as a "request/suggestion" rather than discussion, which could be status-declined. Also, I added the tag to make the answer more "official Codidact reply"-like.
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28 days ago
Comment Post #278234 And about comments: The rate limits can be edited by per-site. So we can react to sites where comments-as-answers are a problem. I'd leave the limit at 0 for now and revisit this later when we have actual data to verify.
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28 days ago
Comment Post #278234 @PeterTaylor you make a good point about tag management. Our idea was "editing posts" < "editing tags" (and both with "editing"), but this can be changed. We can require successful posts, suggested edits and flags as possible criteria for abilities. What would you suggest (currently it could be calle...
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28 days ago
Comment Post #278234 @Lundin We'll need to discuss what rep should become (or how it should be replaced) separately. We'll start a discussion about this in a few days including some suggestions what user cards should look like.
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28 days ago
Edit Post #278266 Post edited:
28 days ago
Edit Post #278272 Initial revision 28 days ago
Answer A: Voluntariness vs. Responsibility, which of them should be considered as a priority for the community team?
tl,dr: No. I'm sorry, but this just isn't possible. First of all, we all are people with a real life. We all have full-time responsibilities in real life. These responsibilities are unquestionable more important than running a virtual community. For example, I'll have a major change in my ...
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28 days ago
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28 days ago
Edit Post #278264 Initial revision 28 days ago
Answer A: Mathematics isn't listed in the site footer or on codidact.com
This has been fixed. Math had already been added to our list and I have just run a deploy, which should add it to the footer and codidact.com
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28 days ago
Edit Post #278234 Initial revision 29 days ago
Article Coming soon: new abilities system and changes to reputation
One of our longstanding design goals is to grant privileges based on people's activity and not just based on a reputation number. We think it's better if you gain abilities based on your track record in related areas, and not because one of your answers hit the Reddit jackpot. We're finally almost ...
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29 days ago
Comment Post #278230 FWIW this is going to be fixed really soon. And stay tuned for an announcement in a few hours, which the fix belongs to... 🤞
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29 days ago
Comment Post #278226 Closure as duplicate wanted by OP -- See: https://meta.codidact.com/questions/278230
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29 days ago
Edit Post #278226 Question closed 29 days ago
Comment Post #278230 @Wikis can you show a screenshot of the full close dialog? Can you click F12, then something like "Network" (maybe in a "..." menu?). Then make the close request and then there should be a "403" request in the list. Click there and copy the "server response".
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29 days ago
Edit Post #278233 Initial revision 29 days ago
Answer A: What are the close reasons on Codidact?
CoC violations and spam shouldn't be closed, but deleted IMO. But that aside, the current close system will be overhauled in the future, when the devs have come around to it. In the mean time, all close reasons are editable per-site and any community can change them if wanted (mods should be able ...
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29 days ago
Edit Post #278226 Question reopened 29 days ago
Comment Post #278230 No repro from me. I’ll reopen and can you look at the network requests (there should be a page in the F12 dev tools, ping me if you need more assistance) what’s returned here?
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29 days ago
Edit Post #278226 Question closed 29 days ago
Comment Post #278231 Close reasons can be fully customized, including renaming, editing, adding new and deactivating old.
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29 days ago
Comment Post #278215 @Mithrandir24601 right now no quorum is in the rules, except for the majority rules. There are replacement rules for revising partial members, but they aren’t “general cases” IMO.
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30 days ago
Comment Post #278214 (And adding: If you have critique points or suggestsions *to those rules*, please post them as an answer there)
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30 days ago
Comment Post #278214 Are these concerns still existent when you read through the [proposed governing rules](https://meta.codidact.com/questions/277346) of the Panel? Your suggestion looks to me more like a way to cause drama in most situations rather than a promising solution.
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30 days ago
Edit Post #278195 Initial revision about 1 month ago
Answer A: To be constructive, or not to be constructive, that is the question.
(from now deleted comments, with some changes, on request from the asker) In addition to what Monica said, it may be more clear to say, that the CoC isn't intended to be a full "penal code", which names all possible "crimes" and threatens penalties, but more something like a "social contract", acc...
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about 1 month ago
Comment Post #277162 @FoggyFinder yeah. I know what the bug is and have fixed it already in the codebase (too greedy "Search & Replace"), but the deploy tool is currently offline, so I can't deploy the changes. I hope to be able to publish the fix later today.
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about 1 month ago
Comment Post #277157 @MonicaCellio likely the same issue as https://meta.codidact.com/questions/278166 (see "Ooooooooooooops." there)
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about 1 month ago
Comment Post #278170 Normally we try to add the tags as soon as they are fixed, but there are two possible exceptional conditions: (1) many easy fixes rolled out at one end. what should be done here else? and (2) adding status tags to older, “forgotten” requests.
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about 1 month ago
Comment Post #278166 Ooooooooooooops.
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about 1 month ago
Edit Post #278139 Initial revision about 1 month ago
Answer A: Images are stretched, not scaled, on narrow browsers
Oh yeah right, that bug, since Art just put a status-completed tag on it, I could also take my time and reply with what the issue is, because it's quite interesting (and this is also a good mental note for next time a similiar issue appears). It turns out, that mobile iOS browsers don't like image...
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about 1 month ago
Comment Post #278102 Also on Judaism Meta: https://judaism.codidact.com/questions/276877
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about 1 month ago
Comment Post #278096 Hm. No repro for me on mobile iOS Chrome, but will look later for W10 Chrome.
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about 1 month ago
Comment Post #276798 @jrh I'd personally say comments expressing their (dis-)agreement for a specific reason are okay (unlike pure "I agree" comments). Rate limits are currently being revised and I'll take your feedback re "initial votes" into account.
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about 1 month ago
Comment Post #278036 @MonicaCellio yeah, sure. I was just thinking that the forum is already set up. And I'm not really a fan of having a "fun site" kept directly within the other "less fun" sites and would rather favor it being a bit different, but you are right that this needs to be decided after we know what is needed...
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about 1 month ago
Comment Post #278036 I mean... we could likely remove/hide all posts from the old forum mentioned by Moshi and Monica and allow continued use (still moderated, but not continuously observed) if there were a group of users interested in maintaining it... I would apply similiar criteria to creating a new site, but otherwis...
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about 1 month ago
Edit Post #278042 Post edited:
about 1 month ago
Comment Post #278042 Nothing yet exists, but I'll add to my list to add a way to turn it off via some preference-kind-of-thing.
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about 1 month ago
Edit Post #278023 Initial revision about 2 months ago
Answer A: Overflowing text in answer
This issue has been completed. Thanks Art.
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about 2 months ago
Edit Post #277487 Post edited:
about 2 months ago
Edit Post #278015 Question reopened about 2 months ago
Edit Post #278015 Post edited:
Please don't alter your question like that. If you have a new question, ask a new question.
about 2 months ago
Comment Post #278020 This is... the old page, right @ArtOfCode? You shouldn't be seeing this page anywhere else IIRC... (not even with correct data).
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about 2 months ago
Edit Post #278014 Initial revision about 2 months ago
Answer A: What should I know when coming here from Stack exchange?
Welcome to Codidact! This is mostly a Q&A community, as you likely know from Stack Exchange already. However, I only said "mostly", because there are some differences you should know: Codidact is more community-centered Community is central to Codidact. In fact, we couldn't exist without com...
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277997 Obviously, the last part isn’t *at all* our motivation for fixing bugs... ;)
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277998 I’m going to write an answer later (unless someone else is faster than me), but taking the [tour](/tour) should give a summary of the most important differences. Some future changes (towards removing rep, improving comments, ...) are also planned and you might find some hints here on MetaCD, but they...
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277974 @DonielF, well... it's better when it's hidden, right, @ArtOfCode ? :D
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277974 Is there a *rubocop* hidden?????
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277966 I'd suggest the following: When editing a post, all reaction types thereto can be seen. Users can mark the edit as resolving reaction X. Once the edit is submitted, the reactions will be hidden. Users who already reacted that way to a post will be shown a banner/message "Your reaction has been marked...
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277961 I see your concerns. Hence I'd either require or strongly encourage users to add a comment with an explanation (especially) for their danger reaction.
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277959 My gut feeling tells me that showing the names here is a good idea, but if there were agreement not to show it by default, I’d either consider making it an option or showing the name only when adding a comment (since it’s then shown already, OTOH makes intentional signed downvotes harder).
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277957 @DonielF Oh don’t worry, that happens from time to time... :P
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277957 @Olin Lathrop - yeah. I think, generally, that having the three reaction types replaces the need for signed up and down votes, as they cover *almost* the same meaning (accepted = up, outdated & dangerous = down). If a community wants to have separate signed up and downvotes, that'll be easily possibl...
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about 2 months ago
Edit Post #277957 Initial revision about 2 months ago
Question Suggestion for allowing to mark answers as "accepted", "outdated" or "dangerous"
Currently, it is possible to upvote and downvote answers. That's likely enough in most situations, but there are some cases where you might want to have more than one way to react to a post. For example, imagine you are on Software Development and an answer suggests a solution that drastically imp...
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277924 Furthermore, in many cases, the changes are currently being deployed, when we add the tag. Some exceptions exist, especially if it is a "minor" thing, where we deploy only once a few of them have been done,
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277918 This is a bit of a different case. Users without editing abilities are already send to suggest edits. If you want to add mod-only (red) tags, better flag the post. Will add a full answer later.
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277887 It was this suggested edit that got applied: https://electrical.codidact.com/posts/suggested-edit/11. Likely you changed the tags or title, hence it isn’t shown. However, this is just a theory I can’t verify (right now).
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277875 @Olin Lathrop sure. I’d advocate a separate comment page, where the annotations would be shown inline. (And not on the Post Page, but with a link somewhere to the other page)
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277875 @Moshi "Something like ⮪ or ⮌ ? (I'm aware you were just listing possible examples, just was curious what you envisioned)" yes, something like that. (BTW it's somehow ironic, that I need to quote you in a post about quotes :D)
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about 2 months ago
Edit Post #277875 Initial revision about 2 months ago
Answer A: Allow block quotes in comments
When I first read that post, I thought "no way" and added a downvote quite quickly. But as I'm thinking more about it, the whole idea seems more useful to me and I started becoming inventive. I'm seeing two main "problems" here: 1. Comments are shorter than posts. Hence they need to be less str...
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277874 Adding the disclaimer, that rate limits for posting and voting will be introduced/improved soon, when we switch to Abilities (formerly known as Trust Levels)
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about 2 months ago
Edit Post #277874 Question closed about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277841 @manassehkatz no it isn't. It's the list from https://github.com/codidact/community-list/blob/master/communities.json
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about 2 months ago
Edit Post #277570 Initial revision about 2 months ago
Answer A: Was score system changed?
There was an error in the recalculation script that accidentally switched the reputation levels between questions (+5 for upvote) and answers (+10 for upvote). This has been fixed now and a full recalc has been done.
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about 2 months ago
Edit Post #277561 Post edited:
about 2 months ago
Edit Post #277561 Post edited:
There is definitely a bug here. It's on our list and we are investigating.
about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277379 @MathPhysics I see that you are on our dev chat server on Discord. Can you take a screenshot and post it there?
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277553 @MathPhysics but that’s not “basic functionality” IMO. They are “nice to have”, but they don’t render the site unusable. Searching for example exists, it just could be implemented better as a search bar in the header.
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277553 "I see that this website lacks some basic features" - which do you mean? You need to keep in mind though that we do not intend to "copy SE", but to develop a next-gen Q&A software. Some features have hence been intentionally omitted. OTOH I don't see, what's missing and *really* important. You can as...
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about 2 months ago
Comment Post #277379 No repro from me either. Could you add a screenshot of comments from you having no edit/delete options? FWIW the only issue I can imagine by looking at the source code is, that you are for some reason considered logged-out. Are you still signed in after doing this action?
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about 2 months ago
Edit Post #277527 Initial revision 2 months ago
Answer A: How can one remove their account ?
For now it's probably the best to email us. Our E-Mail is info at codidact.org. We'll likely ask you some verification questions (such as adding something to your profile text to verify it's you and informing you, that the decision cannot be reverted) and we'll likely miss you, before we delete yo...
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2 months ago
Edit Post #277507 Initial revision 2 months ago
Answer A: "recent deletions" moderator tool produces error
Oooh. This looks like a funny issue. As far as I can tell, there are two levels here: 1. The error page contains an entry for a help center article. This isn't supposed to happen and is likely a data error. We (read: ArtOfCode) have to look at the database, whether there is somewhere an article...
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277475 You are lucky, that the tool searches for the right user (and you don't actually end up suspending yourself). :D
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277447 (cc from my comment on aCVn's post) FWIW mods can add close reasons per-site. So this would be definitely possible. For now, I could also change the text on this site only.
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277459 FWIW mods can add close reasons per-site. So this would be definitely possible. For now, I could also change the text on this site only.
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277424 @Dani shouldn't be supported. Take a look at my user profile. I added a `<span>` around "deploys" and added a `<style>` tag that should give every element an outline. Both are scrubbed from the HTML, as you can see from the html inspector / the no effect.
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277384 FWIW the number of posts and of helpful flags will be seen soon by everyone and a flag histroy is already available (click "x flags" link in your profile)
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2 months ago
Edit Post #277424 Initial revision 2 months ago
Answer A: What html tags can we use in posts?
For obvious reasons, we do not allow you to use any tag or attribute you want. All tags, that aren't on a special inclusion list are stripped from the input. There are two lists, one for posts and one for comments. Posts (Question, Answer, Article, IIRC user profiles; so generally everything lo...
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277346 @DonielF Yes via `<details>` for everything and within that `<summary>` for the title. And no, not everything goes. There is a whitelist. :D (edit: added `` ` `` around the tags to prevent the sanitizer from catching them)
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277348 However, to allow for transparency, we must provide reasons, as far as we can, to the moderator and the panel. This is a sub-case of Art. 22, so the panel may publish a redacted version of the reasons.
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277348 Exception 2 is, when there is a reason, why a person cannot be moderator (generally legal obligations, but also other cases, that might (though likely and hopefully won't) arise). This case may not be reviewed by the Panel, because it cannot have the ability to legally bind Codidact, except in some s...
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277348 The article has one main meaning with two exceptions: It says, that (besides resignation and inactivity (of course)) only the P. can remove the moderator status. Exception 1 is, that in emergency cases (mod starts mass-deleting good accounts, whatever else you might imagine), the Codidact team may te...
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277347 The purpose of the chairperson is to lead the "meetings" of the Panel / to organize it's work. It might also choose the reporter (or decide, how it is chosen), but that's within the self-organization.
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2 months ago
Edit Post #276642 Question closed 2 months ago
Edit Post #277346 Initial revision 2 months ago
Question Second Iteration of Drafting the Codidact Arbitration & Review Panel
About a month ago I shared our first draft for a Review Panel. Read through that post to find the motivation for this idea: > It should be clear that such a process shouldn't involve "us" (the Codidact team), but rather "you" (the community). Hence, at some point, it was decided on the old forum t...
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277314 @Harel13 none besides those mentioned in my post ;)
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277314 @Harel13 it doesn't specifically symbolize administrator, similar to SE's mod diamond. It's just a sign someone (I think @ArtOfCode) chose when setting up the sites; maybe because there are two variants (filled and unfilled). It could be changed to any other Unicode character (hence @manassehkatz's p...
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2 months ago
Edit Post #277314 Post edited:
address comments
2 months ago
Comment Post #277314 @msh210 okay, will do later today.
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2 months ago
Edit Post #277314 Initial revision 2 months ago
Answer A: What does ☗ mean?
Obviously, we can't tell. I'm just saying: It's a pentagram, so it'll likely involve dark forces. And a pact with the devil. And certainly some kind of blood magic that's neccessary to keep this site running. To be fair, it might also include a mention of dragons watching the Codidactyl to prevent...
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277290 Footnotes should already do, but headers seems like a good idea.
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277280 Nope. It doesn’t exist yet. Some users (mods and high-rep) can move between categories, but not between sites. Feel free to mark this as a FR though, so it’ll be fed in our TODO list.
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277270 If we added live functionality for comment threads (auto-update), Art wouldn’t need to shoot you. :) Just add a category where only Articles (=Chat rooms) are allowed and use the discussion area below as chat. (Works even better if we’ll eventually support “following” posts)
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2 months ago
Comment Post #277253 Vote score = votes on nomination (whether using up - down or something like STV) and not reputation/“trust levels”. Otherwise it wouldn’t be really a vote/election, would it?
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2 months ago
Edit Post #276642 Post undeleted 2 months ago
Edit Post #276642 Post deleted 2 months ago
Comment Post #277130 @ArtOfCode I can reproduce. It’s not the featured link, but the one of the hot posts. It’s likely the wrong URL generation function (needs to be generic share link).
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3 months ago
Comment Post #277092 Okay... strange. I’ll look into it.
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3 months ago
Comment Post #277092 Ah. You’ll need to click the “Get Started” Button to see the hints in the sidebar. :)
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3 months ago
Comment Post #277092 Huh. No sidebar? Isn’t there something showing you some hints and text examples for your question?
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3 months ago
Comment Post #277092 Hm. I’ll look into this later. For now, can’t you click “Next” in the sidebar? I think it doesn’t validate the input, so you should be able to continue anyway.
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Comment Post #277088 Cookie-settings are (per GDPR FWIW) only necessary, when your legal justification for having them is consent. When it’s “necessity to offer the service” or “legitimate interest” they *shouldn’t*. But I’ll look into it and come back later with a Matomo opt-out Link.
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Comment Post #277088 @Zerotime Except for Matomo, we only have so-called necessary cookies (mostly account management). You do not have to explicitly agree to those and you can’t (AFAIK IANAL) object and continue to use the site with an account. For Matomo, I don’t have access. I’ve asked for one, so that I can answer yo...
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Comment Post #277088 We’re using Matomo, so there should be a link that should allow everyone to disable it. I think it also respects Do Not Track headers by the browser.
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Comment Post #277052 @Monica Cellio that shouldn't be related, as it's likely the issue that we had with the preview on load, that it is only triggered, when a key is pressed (and not when the input changes) (and also now on page load)
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Comment Post #277052 Hm... no repro in Edge or Firefox: [image](https://s3.amazonaws.com/storage.qpixel.artofcode.co.uk/BZch8TYrxmgnXsmEGcThgWha). Can you try force-reloading the page (Ctrl+F5)? Maybe a script file has been cached.
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Comment Post #277019 @Dani if it's a small and easily reproducible problem, then comments are fine. Otherwise use a new question, as it's now a "core feature".
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Comment Post #277007 Besides that, creating sites without even a few persons committing to support it at the start, is just extremely unlikely to work. Furthermore, the features and rules are public (whereas most rules need to be made by the community itself), so it's not like users can't know, what to expect.
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Comment Post #277007 @MathPhysics user profiles are up for some changes. Other things will change, when we have the time for them. Differences in "quality" are expected between a site that has been developed by employees for > 10 years in comparison to a site developed entirely by volunteers, that isn't a year old. If yo...
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Comment Post #277016 @Dani Yes. I'll improve the mobile view in the future. The problem is, that we likely want the sidebar to be broken down, so not Body, Title, Tags | Explanation, but Body, ExplanationBody, Title, ExplanationTitle, Tags, ExplanationTags...
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Comment Post #277016 @msh210 yes, thanks. fixed now.
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Answer A: A proposal for keyboard shortcuts
You are lucky! This has been completed. It's now in core, so no need for a user script anymore. There are also some additions to the user script version, namely, that post, user and tag lists are now supported.
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Answer A: "Tour" for new users?
Yay. This has been completed. See Announcing a new user tour. Thanks to Mithical for an extremely nice example question and to Monica for proofreading it. :)
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Question Announcing a new user tour
Oh... yet another announcement from me :) So, we built a new user tour, which explains how Codidact works. Every new user will get an inbox-notification inviting them to take the tour (only once, not at every community join). Guided by our friendly neighborhood Codidactyl, they'll learn about a...
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Comment Post #277012 re 1: I'll look, what the problem here was. In general, using the option in the Tools menu should work if you want to feature a specific post (and prevents issues with using the wrong post ID). re 2: I'll look into it again, maybe separating "display end" and "event"..., re 3: Yes. It's currently adm...
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Answer A: Allow moderators to pin posts to that site's sidebar, individually or by seasonal event
Thanks for your suggestion. This has been completed. See Announcing featured links.
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Answer A: Allow mods to pin posts to the sidebar
Thanks for your suggestion. This has been completed. See Announcing featured links.
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Question Announcing featured links
You might have noticed, that the Hot Posts sidebar widget changed. This is, because we added some new features surrounding it. Most noteably, moderators can now feature links to that bulletin. This is how featured links will look like: new bulletin look Moderators can make changes to the bul...
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Comment Post #277001 (and nope, I don't feel guilty for shamelessly writing the answer to a bug I didn't fix... :P)
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Answer A: Deleted posts should be accessible to the creator *or* there should be a warning
Thanks to this commit by ArtOfCode, this bug has been fixed. Authors should now be able to see their own deleted answers.
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Comment Post #276989 Isn’t that in the blue box shown at the top of the page when adding a new post? FWIW there is no process here AFAICT, even less a formal list of steps than in the other case. Probably both changing the tags or posting a new question are fine.
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Answer A: What are the steps between community proposal and the actual spawn of that community?
This answer can be considered semi-official. It's a mix of "what we currently appear to be doing" and "how I'd want it do be". 1. There is a site suggestion category here on Meta, where everyone with a community can suggest a new site by using the [proposal] tag. If you have a nice idea but no com...
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Comment Post #276971 *As if we know*
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Comment Post #276693 [status-planned]. There'll be an option to exclude specific categories from this list (yes/no option for each category). Code is written, pending review and deploy.
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Comment Post #276695 [status-planned]. Code is written, pending review and deploy.
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Comment Post #276785 @dmckee I think this was fixed. Can you look, whether the answer is now available to you again?
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Comment Post #275884 @ArtOfCode you don't need to find time anymore. I'm working on it... :) (FWIW it won't be solved through "mod-only tags", but through the option of a mod-editable calendar-like list.
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Comment Post #276954 P.S. It's actually the other way round... :P working on it. See https://media.discordapp.net/attachments/676843271762214932/737638176801423400/unknown.png for an example screenshot.
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Comment Post #276954 @Zerotime this request here looks like it is a bit more (a site calendar), but that’s IMO likely going to happen later than the other request.
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Comment Post #276939 Do you think it’s possible to use community_user for this?
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Comment Post #276936 Re the dashboard: It uses the information of whether you have opened the category (you’ll see a grey bubble in the category menu if you haven’t), so accessing the category page should clear it too.
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Comment Post #276927 AFAICT, there are some, but few duplicates, probably because the sites are quite new. Some changes to closure and duplicate marking are being deliberated, but nowhere near implemented AFAIK. No Code Review, but you can suggest one in the Site Proposals category.
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Comment Post #276923 That makes sense. I’ll look into finding a more clear wording.
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Comment Post #276923 tl;dr of the duplicate: You have as many daily votes as reputation. (The minimum number N is set to 0 currently for troll mitigation).
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Answer A: List comments on the user profile page.
This has been completed now. All undeleted comments are shown in the shiny new "Activity" tab on user profiles. For example, your comment activity looks like this: Comment activity for Isaac Moses Furthermore, there is a more complete log available for moderators (in the moderator tools, then ...
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Answer A: What is an easy way to determine my Trust Level?
While trust levels are going to replace reputation eventually, they are still being designed. So currently, we use a reputation system, which was included in the base software (QPixel by ArtOfCode) we use for developing this site. Your reputation is shown next to your user name (currently: 20). ...
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Comment Post #276808 @Zerotime yeah. There is mpst likely a bug in the reputation recalc script. @ArtOfCode will surely look into it later when they have time.
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Comment Post #276808 Most likely a combination of two things: a troll downvoting all questions and some issues with restoring reputation (recalculating after deleting the votes). I'll answer, once we have fixed this.
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Answer A: Why is there a voting limit?
We had (and unfortunately still have) a nasty troll, that attempts to downvote all the questions and creates sock accounts for that to escape suspensions. To stop them, we had to employ some limitations. Voting limitations will likely stay in general, although we can and will improve the exact mechan...
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Comment Post #276785 I found the [post](https://scientific-speculation.codidact.com/questions/276617#answer-276784). Should I undelete it for you right now? (if later, ping me then)
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Answer A: A proposal for keyboard shortcuts
Update: Now active by default (no user script needed). See this answer I have hacked together a userscript for this. If it works, we can also add it to the "original" Codidact software. If it doesn't, blame me programming something past midnight. Install - See the source Tested only in...
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Comment Post #276697 Okay... Easier than I thought. I have something *almost* ready (missing: migrate post, but idk if that already exists) and will share it tomorrow.
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Comment Post #276697 Not trivial, as Art said, but definitely someone, we can have a userscript for first and then later add to core. I can look at it later/tomorrow, though.
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Comment Post #276695 This makes sense. The list of questions used for the random question is cached (the same as the "hot" list in the sidebar) and this would be not, but that doesn't sound too problematic here, given that the images are cached.
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Comment Post #276694 I can add a HTML example for an image in a link, but it's hard to do this for the question ads, as we'd need JS for this (as we can't know, which question the random one links to)
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Comment Post #276693 @aCVn Yeah. The idea is definitely to only exclude some categories, not to limit it to Meta (of course, this'll be configureable per category and community)
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Comment Post #276693 This hasn't been done yet, but seems useful. I'll add it to our TODO list.
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Question Community Ad Templates now available
You have a website or a blog where you want to advertise for your favorite Codidact community? Or you got permission to advertise on someone else's website? Great. Please spread the word and invite other people to our communities. Today we have deployed a feature, that makes this even easier...
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Answer A: On mobile browser, notification list goes off the screen
Okay.... this took a little bit longer than expected, but we have a fix now. After the next deploy the error should not appear anymore (except for caching)
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Comment Post #276675 @Sigma Doing that in some way makes sense. Maybe, we could also just consider actions within the last year (or other time frame), which would prevent "complex" decaying math and would be more easy to explain
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Comment Post #276675 Also, with regards to thresholds: We'll probably want to allow communities to change them, but we'll need good defaults of course. Furthermore, with regards to starting a new site: We could mark some privileges as "automatically granted" (ex. Remove new poster rest.,. Edit, Edit Tags and Close) fo...
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Comment Post #276675 I think this is a good idea. A question I have, though. For example, what should happen with posting/reading restrictions in categories? Our current idea is, that we can set a minimum trust level, but this wouldn't be possible. We could, though, add 2 checkboxes: "Prevent posting for new users" (requ...
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Comment Post #276642 @DonielF there isn't and none is planned currently. For it's actually quite common, that decisions of "appeal gremiums" (in real world: often courts) can not be appealed themself.
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Comment Post #276665 I have now added some comments.
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Comment Post #276667 We'll review this again. /cc @ArtOfCode
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Comment Post #276668 This seems sensible. I'll add it in the next draft version.
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Comment Post #276665 I'll edit the responses into the post later (marking them as reply), as I think this is too long to be considered in a comment thread.
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Comment Post #276645 @msh210 Yeah, something like such a separate list of summary rejections should be possible if they can be automatized (depends on the management systems we'll end up using). I am not sure, whether we should publish the names of users with unsuccessful appeals, but this can be done in general. I'll re...
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Comment Post #276661 Regarding where the election will take place: It's quite likely, that this will happen on Codidact Meta, but this will need to be clarified (also with a lawyer), because we'll use the same way for the board of our organization and the panel.
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Comment Post #276661 To the "community" question: It means the whole network. Community should here be understood as the "opposite" of Codidact team. To the second question: The discussions will be private, but the decision will be published in most cases (with private data redacted). How exactly this is going to be impl...
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Comment Post #276645 I don't think, the publication of summary rejections is really that helpful, because it will at most be `XXXX vs Site Moderators -> Summarily rejected as spam`. (XXXX = redacted). If you want to find out, at which rate summary rejections happen, we can do that. It would be contrary to the principle o...
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Comment Post #276645 For the second thing -- summary decisions -- it's hard to strike a balance here. We want the panel to be accountable and transparent and prevent any kind of possible abuse. However, we also want to prevent malicious users from blocking the panel with nefarious appeals or to flood the publication list...
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Comment Post #276645 This post contains two things: First of all, the reasons for the decision should already be published. I'd consider the explanation (Art. 24) part of te decision; but I can also add a "and the explanations" in Art. 22 if you think, that it isn't clear enough.
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Comment Post #276658 And I'd hope, that we don't need to conduct moderator review for now, until we have a panel. However, it'd certainly involve much talking with the mod, rather than removing the status.
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Comment Post #276658 I'd think the best solution would be to apply the process regardless of pro tempore status. Probably the only difference would be, who can then choose a replacement.
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Comment Post #276647 While this is not exactly ideal, there is a small badge in the hamburger menu "[1] Flags". It isn't really good readable, though, so this should be changed and a notice should be added to the menu button.
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Comment Post #276644 I'd see a warning as a "yellow card", which means, that a second warning-worthy misbehaviour results in a stricter penalty. However, we could change "shall not have use of" to "should not use", then the intent is clear, but the panel is still free to decide.
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Comment Post #276642 @Zerotime we'll create a legal entity at some point. It will have some kind of "board of trustees" (=Codidact board), which should contain members from the community (=comunity board positions (as in board positions for/by the community)). The board members will appoint some volunteers, which will f...
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Question Drafting the Codidact Arbitration & Review Panel
Since Codidact was founded, we have had one rule leading our path every step of the way. It's the rule that community comes first. That the Codidact "staff" shouldn’t overrule the community, but could be overruled by it. In any community, acts of moderation should be rare. And even rarer is the ne...
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Comment Post #276640 I'd say Cooking Codidact or Cooking.CD. Of course, the Cooking community on Codidact would also go, but is a bit lengthy IMO. You can also consider "the Cooking community" or "this community" (especially in a FAQ)
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Comment Post #276623 Well, currently your only hope is to bribe @ArtOfCode.
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Answer A: How can an SE refugee help fix encoding problems?
tl,dr: You need'nt worry about this yet. When we started this project, it was decided, that we wouldn't want a single "reputation" number, but rather finer more specific numbers, such as for example something like "edit helpfulness reate", and a broad concept of "trust levels". However, for som...
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Comment Post #276538 Yeah. It's been on my TODO list for a while, and the neccessary code for it has been written already, but there are a few things I'll need to check before I can deploy that and that was delayed. I'll try to get to this today.
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Comment Post #276547 This seems sensible. As long as there is no spam staying around (which the Codidact team can handle for now), we should let them. I definitely didn't intend to "go around and kill communities" :P, at least not without much discussion and many "Why is nobody here?" posts
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Comment Post #39469 Hi @Pandya, we now have a Site Suggestion category, where you can suggest your sites if you still want to.
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Answer A: Can we make the TOS and COC links site-agnostic?
This seems to be completed, now. Both links are now relative to the current site.
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Question What should happen with inactive communities?
The level of activity of the communities vary. Some are more active than others, which isn't exactly a problem. However, I'm a bit worried when a community becomes significantly less active than others and there is little original content being created by the group proposing it[^1]. This can mean ...
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Answer A: Bug Reports category
I'd disagree here, because I think this is not, how categories should be used. First of all, there shouldn't be too many categories, because the UI becomes confusing, possibly problematic on mobile and it becomes IMO harder to find stuff. This can already happen sometimes at 3-5 categories, but it...
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Comment Post #276534 I think I know, what's the issue: When you click the show more comments link, the comments html is newly generated on the server and send to the client, hence Sefaria links are not applied anymore (they are applied on the client-side). A possible bugfix could be re-running Sefaria on comment load, bu...
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Comment Post #276516 I can reproduce the issue on mobile iOS Chrome and Safari.
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Answer A: "Tour" for new users?
So... expanding from my comment from yesterday, here are my thoughts regarding the "tour". I think we had the proposal for an interactive "learn the site" tour on the (now deprecated) forum. This doesn't mean a page, where you scroll down and see the different components gliding into the screen wi...
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Comment Post #276415 Hi @DonielF, we have a [help center](/help), which is currently being written. I see, that you already joined our chat server. If you want to help writing some of the texts, ping me there (luap42 is my name there, too). OTOH, we don't have something like a tour yet, but more inline and interactive he...
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Comment Post #276187 Well... that is definitely not supposed to happen. Shouldn't be a hard fix, though. Just adding a `max-height: 400px` and an `overflow: scroll` css property.
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Comment Post #276126 Another solution I found, was to show a GET page "Do you really want to sign out? [some comment about showing this page for security reasons] and then a sign out button sending the request on click".
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Comment Post #275959 You can blame me for this bug. When I started working on suggested edits (which are now available BTW. Yay!), there were no articles yet. At that time, it made sense to say, that a post is either an question or an answer. When I added support for them, I wrongly kept some of these assumptions (as you...
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Comment Post #275935 "About Codidact" is more about the software/platform, than the specific site. You can change the Category for help entries, which will change, the title of the box. You should also be able to rename help topics and to add categories (simply choose a new name for the category).
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Comment Post #275857 @Olin Lathrop I have given mod status to you and Dave. Tell Nick to ping me here, when he signs up and I'll give him the status, too.
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Comment Post #275830 Hi Prahara, if you have suggestions for how the UX could be improved or if you find something problematic, feel free to open a new question here on Meta.
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Comment Post #275804 We could add it as a drop down into the header, something like [this example](https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/676843271762214932/718105706481451058/unknown.png) (optionally with a search icon).
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Comment Post #75053 You might be interested in this [Speculative Science proposal](https://meta.codidact.com/questions/74823), which is from other (ex-)WB members, but aims for a smaller scope (more scientific = less subjective posts AFAICT). It also looks like the proposal being able to launch quite soon, so you might ...
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Comment Post #75033 Also, what do you think about a having a technology-specific (for example Python-centric) coding site (or multiple later) as opposed to one big site for all techs?
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Comment Post #75033 Is there a reason, why you limit it to "professional"? Does that mean level of experience (as opposed to Beginners) or purpose (as opposed to Hobby Coding)?
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Comment Post #74981 That issue should have been fixed by a change from Saturday (maybe published to the site later). Unfortunately, it's probably not possible to fix this "retroactively". If you see this again in the future, please open a new bug report.
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Comment Post #74955 I think Meta.Codidact (or any Meta category) and GitHub are both fine. We have feeds on our development Discord server for both, so we won't miss anything important. The forum (forum.codidact.org) is probably not good for that kind of post.
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Comment Post #74951 It's probably relatively easy to program (just a question of sort order), but I wonder, whether such a feed might be confusing some feed readers, which might not recognize, that it's basically the same post (w/ updates). Maybe you have some experience with that? Or anyone else?
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Answer A: Need a better way of finding unanswered questions
Update: This has been completed and looks like this: screenshot of fix I'd suggest the following solution: If a question has answers (answered), we apply the classes `h-bg-green-700 h-p-h-1 h-c-white` to `.answer-count` (causes a green box): If it is unanswered, we apply the classes `...
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Answer A: What does "Codidact" mean?
tl;dr: Codidact is contracted from "co" (together; Latin) and "didact" (to learn; Greek) There has been a forum discussion for that question, too, I'm summarizing the important aspects from there: > That’s because the Co- is one part (Co=together, could be short for “Community”) and the -di...
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Comment Post #74847 Hi, minimalism seems like an interesting topic, but I'm not sure, whether it'd make a good site. The approaches you listed seem to be from many different areas and I'm not sure, whether it's possible to gather experts for all these in one site. Do you have a (small) group of people, who'd be willing ...
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Answer A: What is the difference between the subdomain forum.codidact and the rest of the communities?
It's something completely different. This project started in a Discord server, which was originally used for all kind of discussions regarding organisational matters and with regards to ideas, how our software should be structured. At some point, a chat became unuseful for that purpose (because of...
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Comment Post #74804 @Monica Cellio thanks; added.
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Answer A: How much reputation is enough reputation?
Looking at the site settings, it appears, that there are these privileges currently: - 250 reputation grant you the privilege to close and reopen questions. - 500 reputation will allow you to edit posts by other users. - 1000 reputation will grant you the privilege to see deleted posts and to de...
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Comment Post #74792 It's on my TODO list. There's a script positioning the menu, but it doesn't account for this case.
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