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Possible Duplicate: What technologies were used to build the chat? What technology does stackexchange use for their chat rooms? An existing open source pub/sub architecture, or something pr …
asked Nov 9 '11 by John Bachir
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These three tags refer to the same thing: http-chunked chunked chunked-encoding Should they be merged?
asked Nov 17 '13 by John Bachir
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Auto-selecting answer for rewards is really annoying This question had no good answers so I set a bounty on it. It received one new answer that was completely irrelevant, and that was auto-selected. …
asked Jul 29 '15 by John Bachir
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I found this informative question but it doesn't mention if I get notified when an edit is accepted.
asked Feb 7 '11 by John Bachir
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I don't have the credit to suggest this, but it's a no-brainer: Make rails3.1 a synonym of ruby-on-rails-3.1.
asked Oct 5 '11 by John Bachir
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There are many questions which have bad SO/markdown syntax, most notably when referring to code. I like to fix this syntax and add the appropriate language tag so that the code is nicely formatted. Ho …
asked May 12 '11 by John Bachir