Tim Post

Mandaluyong, Philippines

alertfalse.com

Age: 39

I'm a community manager and chief [bad] pun officer for Stack Exchange, following two years of service as a community elected moderator on Stack Overflow. Beyond that, I'm:

  • A husband and dad
  • A competent programmer
  • A world traveler
  • Not a teapot, and I have proof!

If you need to reach me, it's tpost shift-2 stackoverflow, but please use this form for common support needs. Note, I do not use services such as Linkedin, please don't try to add me there, it just creates noise.

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comment Is using flags to hunt 'unchasteness' a misuse?
If they did this, they would be politely asked to stop. If they continued, then they're no longer doing it in good faith.
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If you follow Shog's recommendation, I also recommend a mirror.
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comment Could this be the "Official" site for the Open Source Initiative?
Hello :) I work for the community team here at Stack Exchange, and I'm a (former) contributing member to SPI. Can you please get in touch with me? My email is tpost@stackoverflow.com - I'd like to talk.
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comment What does this regex mean? It means the question is "too localized"!
One of the best sources of signal indicating that someone might be pretty lost is how often they need to submit something before it's finally accepted. That, coupled with other stuff that we now collect and analyze as new users post should be enough to force this when needed. @JeffAtwood is right, the people that you really want to slow down with this just don't read, don't care, or don't read and don't care.
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