T. Verron

Age: 24

21h
reviewed Reviewed unable to post out email from gnus - "make client process failed"
22h
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to return to previous point after `org-clock-goto`?
Mar
25
comment Is it a bad etiquette on our site to simply welcome new users in the comments?
Relevant discussion: meta.tex.stackexchange.com/q/3503/9517
Mar
25
comment Is it a bad etiquette on our site to simply welcome new users in the comments?
I remember the discussion on meta.tex.sx : the point was that people would say "welcome" and make that welcome a link to the "read before posting" post. But it doesn't really make sense to welcome only people who need to read that post. So some people (no idea how many) decided to add a welcome comment, with or without additional comments, on every "First post" that they review. ( As I'm not really active on this community, I don't want to "run around and give advice about policy", so it's only a comment, not an answer. ;) )
Mar
24
awarded Yearling
Mar
24
awarded Yearling
Mar
24
awarded Guru
Mar
23
awarded Good Answer
Mar
23
awarded Mortarboard
Mar
23
awarded Nice Answer
Mar
23
comment If you make a substantial contribution should you be given the opportunity to satisfy the other requirements for authorship?
I guessed so. :) It is remarkable that the statement answers your question that precisely, by the way... You had the "shortcoming" cornered pretty well!
Mar
23
awarded Teacher
Mar
23
answered If you make a substantial contribution should you be given the opportunity to satisfy the other requirements for authorship?
Mar
20
comment How to divert your mind from the continuos process of thinking?
But something that requires some mind focus, unlike walking for example. +1
Mar
16
comment *-readme.txt files in ELPA root, what do they do?
@abo-abo Why exactly? Isn't the elpa folder mostly meant for internal use only?
Mar
14
awarded Enlightened
Mar
14
awarded Nice Answer
Mar
14
accepted Python interactive buffer showing completions of the empty string instead of regular output
Mar
14
answered Python interactive buffer showing completions of the empty string instead of regular output
Mar
14
revised Python interactive buffer showing completions of the empty string instead of regular output
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