badp

Italy

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Age: 25

I'm also studying Engineering of Computer Science at the Politecnico di Milano, after enjoying an Erasmus period by the Vrije Universiteit. I have also been a Software Engineer Intern at Google. I moderate Gaming, whine on Twitter and lurk on Youtube.

It should go without saying that the opinions stated by me are my own and not necessarily those of my companies past and future, but apparently it doesn't and while no one asked me to put this disclaimer here, I'll just put it over here with the rest of the fire.

Mah reps, let me show you them.

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comment Why just ban Minecraft modding tech support?
I'm not sure "Non-Reproducible" is a good term. The user can probably reproduce the bug 100% of the time. The problem is that they don't know what about their system makes the bug reproducible -- if they did, they'd know how to fix it.
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CRITICAL TYPO
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comment Why just ban Minecraft modding tech support?
Also I think we don't quite have to go all the way and ban ALL technical support questions just because we can't deal with those revolving around Minecraft mods. A reasonable middle ground could be banning just questions involving mods of any game.
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comment Why just ban Minecraft modding tech support?
@fredley Citation needed on "universally unanswerable"
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comment Why just ban Minecraft modding tech support?
Please do understand: I do not really care about banning tech support questions about Skyrim mods, or not banning those about Minecraft mods. I do care that when we do make hard and fast rules like this, we do so carefully. I think that having a close reason that specifically mentions Minecraft is quite a terrible idea, especially without a question like this getting an amazing answer that backs it up.
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comment Sort questions by most viewed?
You might be able to do this on data.stackexchange.com
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comment I need to fail the build when a package imports from another package within the same project. How can I do so cleanly?
Yes, I could somewhat enforce this at commit time with something to the effect of if ! grep -n 'my\.awesome\.project\.(two|three)\.' **/one/*.java; then; exit 1; fi, but (surprise surprise) our versioning system does not support commit hooks.
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