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8 months ago
Edit Post #288734 Initial revision 10 months ago
Question Should posting on Meta affect reputation?
When we launched this community, we did not yet have the ability to set different reputation grants for different categories. We've had this for a while but we failed to follow up before now, sorry. Do you want us to change posts on Meta to not award rep for upvotes or subtract it for downvotes? ...
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10 months ago
Comment Post #288259 @#61308 thanks. That's a stsrt, but if you could *also* search based on reactions, then you could search for "- worksforme", and being able to do those kinds of searches could encourage more use of those reactions, and none of that would depend on one specific person coming back to mark answers. We...
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10 months ago
Comment Post #288259 Thank you for this detailed analysis. I think the points you make about where people drop are key. We don't have accepted answers but we do have reactions -- not random emoji stuff but ones like "works for me" and "outdated". This allows people other than the asker to provide these signals. Unf...
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10 months ago
Edit Post #287558 Post edited:
added link to existing GitHub issue
about 1 year ago
Comment Post #287557 Posts on main Meta are probably seen by more people, but the Codidact team sees them either way, so do whatever works best for you.
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over 1 year ago
Edit Post #287558 Initial revision over 1 year ago
Answer A: See "works for me" indicator in list of questions?
This isn't an answer so much as some information related to your question. We have an open GitHub issue to add searching on reactions. We can already search by post type, category, user, score, and other things, so this seems a reasonable extension. We haven't gotten to it yet, though. That w...
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over 1 year ago
Comment Post #287138 You're the author, so you're allowed to use your work however you like and don't need to link to the original copy. If anybody raises questions about whether you're the same person or a plagiarist, we can point to this post. _Codidact_ doesn't require anything from you, so it's only a question of w...
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over 1 year ago
Comment Post #287138 Thanks for your support, and for the tip about phased updates. Codidact welcomes self-answered questions, and we can set up other post types or categories if the community wants articles or papers or something else. You might also be interested to know that users here can mark answers as outdated...
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over 1 year ago
Edit Post #286457 Initial revision almost 2 years ago
Answer A: How do I safely replace brew on Big Sur?
Since asking this question I've updated to 12.2 (Monterey), but it's the same problem on either. I was nervous about blowing away my existing `brew` installation, even if I first captured a list of packages that I'd need to reinstall. I found a blog post about installing the M1 version of `brew` ...
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almost 2 years ago
Edit Post #284956 Post edited:
I've replaced homebrew as advised, and also took some OS updates since asking. Error has changed but RVM still fails to compile the code it downloaded.
almost 2 years ago
Comment Post #284959 Thanks @#53919 for agreeing, and thanks @#8049 for the nominations. I've just given you both mod status.
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over 2 years ago
Edit Post #284702 Post edited:
over 2 years ago
Comment Post #285187 The same tag can have different meanings in different domains, so if you had one huge Q&A bucket for everything, you'd end up with tags like "apple-computers" vs "apple-fruit" vs "apple-records". And "editing" means something different on Writing than it does on Meta. Probably "annotation" means so...
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over 2 years ago
Comment Post #285187 We have favorite tags, and elsewhere there's been a suggestion to have the opposite, "ignored" tags. Ignored wouldn't necessarily mean *completely gone from view*, but if questions with tags you're not interested in (and not tags you are interested in) were minimized in some way on the question list...
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over 2 years ago
Comment Post #285117 Thank you! Yes, that's much better. I didn't know about this command, and the name (in the larger command list) didn't suggest itself to me.
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over 2 years ago
Edit Post #285117 Initial revision over 2 years ago
Question How do I safely replace brew on Big Sur?
I'm still trying to solve my problem with installing Ruby on a new Mac, and some discussions are saying that I need to reinstall `brew` because of the change from the old chipset to the M1. (I'm just repeating what I've heard; I don't understand the issue.) I'm willing to try this, but it looks lik...
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over 2 years ago
Edit Post #285041 Initial revision over 2 years ago
Question How can we grow this community?
Codidact's communities have a lot of great content that is helping people on the Internet. Our communities are small, though, and sustainable communities depend on having lots of active, engaged participants. The folks already here are doing good work; our challenge is to find more people like you ...
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over 2 years ago
Comment Post #284966 Thanks. I thought you were using a Mac too, which is why I asked if you have the binary. I assume that if RVM had the binary it would be in their own binaries link (and the command would have downloaded it instead of trying to build from source).
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over 2 years ago
Comment Post #284966 The only difference I see between your `rvm` command line and mine is the quotes and the exclusion of "ruby" in the version. (I got my command line from some output from RVM.) `rvm install` with any of `"ruby-2.6.6"`, `ruby-2.6.6`, or `2.6.6` all produce the same output: `No binary rubies available ...
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over 2 years ago
Edit Post #284956 Post edited:
Per comments, MacOS is on-topic so I don't need this preface any more.
over 2 years ago
Comment Post #284956 Thanks for the tip. I found my readline; it's 8.1.1, which brew says is the latest. I haven't found anything yet about what version RVM depends on; is it possible that it depends on an older version and there was a breaking change? (That sounds unlikely for something as widely used as RVM, but I c...
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over 2 years ago
Edit Post #284956 Initial revision over 2 years ago
Question Installing Ruby on MacOS 12.2 (or 11.6) produces compilation errors in the downloaded source; how do I fix?
A project I want to work on requires Ruby. I was directed to RVM or rbenv. I tried `rbenv` first because it has Mac instructions, ran into failures, uninstalled it and installed RVM, and still ran into problems. I am not sure how to debug. Details: I am on MacOS 12.2 (was 11.6 when I first ask...
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over 2 years ago
Edit Post #284702 Initial revision over 2 years ago
Question Who should the temporary moderators be?
As we have set up communities here on the Codidact network we've been appointing temporary moderators. Ultimately, of course, we want each community to choose its own moderators; we've been doing this as a stopgap, while communities are forming, so Codidact staff don't have to handle all the flags (...
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over 2 years ago
Comment Post #282675 Seconding the previous comment -- use `ps` to check the PID first, grepping for something distinctive in the name (like qpixel).
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almost 3 years ago
Comment Post #282646 From the FAQ: "Linux Systems is about all Linux- and Unix-like systems: installing, configuring, using, administering, etc. Questions should focus on the Linux aspects of the question." This would be a good fit on Power Users.
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almost 3 years ago
Edit Post #282646 Question closed almost 3 years ago
Comment Post #281838 I just checked back on this and his user stats are reporting the correct values now. Are you still seeing a problem?
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almost 3 years ago
Comment Post #281838 dsr's profile doesn't show any votes cast at all.
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almost 3 years ago
Comment Post #281835 Setting the engine automatically starts it and there is no "start" command? (I see "restart" in the help, but not "start".)
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almost 3 years ago
Comment Post #281831 I agree most of these make sense as tags, which we can create when there are questions to attach them to. If anybody is unable to create a tag when posting, please flag so we can create it for you. Thanks!
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almost 3 years ago
Edit Post #281686 Post edited:
almost 3 years ago
Edit Post #281674 Post edited:
almost 3 years ago
Edit Post #281704 Initial revision almost 3 years ago
Question Welcome to Linux Systems!
Welcome to the Codidact community for Linux Systems! We're glad you're here and we're excited to see what you will build. This community is starting "from scratch", without importing Q&A from other sites, so your community can set its own direction. We've set up two categories, Q&A ("main") and ...
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almost 3 years ago