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We have plans to update all the icons for SE sites to retina at some point. It will be a lengthy process. We're still deciding on which icons have higher priority. The obvious ones are the logo and voting arrows/favstar.
I favor to exclude CW posts from the mountainlionchallengeTM as it distorts the results.
On Ask Different posts are made community wikis mostly because:
multiple people worked on an answer but only one get's the votes
collect gems which Apple hides in their software
Excluding CW posts will encourage communal editing to provide the best answers and hints ...
The new topbar has been rolled out today to Meta Stack Exchange, and a few moments ago to ♦ moderators on the entire network as well. This is how it looks like for me, and is going to look for you all as well (except for the diamond on the right):
You can see that the height of the bright rainbow has been reduced to a familiar level.
To disable the ...
"questions about the particulars of specific games to be off-topic "
That hits the nail on the head for me.
CoC had a few days of irritation, due to server issues, but in the relatively short time I've been here, it's the only game that seems to crop up as a taggable one. The rest don't seem to generate questions here. So, blanket ban on games questions ...
This feature has been added under the votes tab. If you go to your profile page, and click "votes", then "closure", you can see the close votes you've cast. The URL will look something like this, but it will only work for your profile:
TL;DR: This will happen as a result of mostly unrelated cleanup efforts.
To clarify our position here: there were no plans to make the redirect-only domains available over https://. They were never at any point in time supported, nor do we generate links to them - so all links in existence should be http://.
Even if they were https://, they wouldn't get ...
Yes, people have been noticing this on all sites throughout the Stack Exchange network. There's a 'central' bug post on the Main Meta which has now been marked status-completed, meaning it should be resolved.
Well, we should have a chat room event for a start, a place to hang out and share useful livestreams and other info etc, maybe open it early and let people rip with the rumours in a controlled space ;)
you can. There are three different ways to do it.
Earn 10,000 reputation
Click the "review" tab.
Click the "close" subtab
There you will see all the posts with recent close votes, including those you cast.
Win an election as moderator.
Click the "review" tab.
Click the "close" subtab
When you cast a close vote, ...
It's also listed as Apple in the migration statistics section of the 10k tools on other sites. Makes it difficult to find when searching for Ask Different.
Especially given the fact that Ask Ubuntu is the proper name of the Ubuntu site...
On the reputation leagues site, it also appears as Apple.
Thanks for reporting this, it was a false positive in the method that removes greetings from the beginning of the post. I see you've already found a workaround for this issue.
Anyway, fix is rolling out with build rev 2014.1.13.1297.
There used to be an issue where, if your account had no activity in any badge, and you opened the tag badge selector, your tag badge tracker would become hidden and you couldn't select a new tag badge. This is apparently what happened to your profile.
I've reset the tracker for your profile so you can select a tag badge now.
I've updated my stylesheet for a better top bar based on the Stack Overflow bar (which I released previously). This stylesheet rearranges the items to the correct order as they were previously, and also integrates the navigation into the top bar like Stack Overflow.
It seems only SO shows the rep. league.
Since SE has 115(!) Q&A sites all in all, I made a script (obviously :P) to look through each of them and check whether profile pages showed rep. league.
The result was that no other SE sites but SO showed it. To be extra sure, I also recorded total number of users for each site and number of users with actual RP ...
I'm going to say we don't need to make COC off topic.
It seems odd to rule out one app because we already have all the tools we need to close low quality (and total crap) questions.
If someone can show me a question that needs to be closed as "off topic" if we were to implement this request, my suspicion is that it could also easily be closed as low ...