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A fund used to pay independent developers who contribute to the Discourse codebase [source]. This is supposed to be a Good Thing™ since Discurse is technically OSS, but since TCotCDCK is making money off of this bloated monstrosity, it's really only right that they pay people who contribute to their software.
One of those oneboxes; the other does not. Guess which.
As the Markdown spec says:
The only restrictions are that block-level HTML elements — e.g. <div>, <table>, <pre>, <p>, etc. — must be separated from surrounding content by blank lines, and the start and end tags of the block should not be indented with tabs or spaces. Markdown is smart enough not to add extra (unwanted) <p> tags around HTML block-level tags.
@dse How would I be responsible? I'm British and therefore not eligible to vote between the criminal or the buffoon.
Very easily! Immigrate here (illegally of course) and vote for the criminal, that would be business as usual! Buffoons are elected only once in a blue moon, but soon leave with cloudy mushroom that reaches to the moon.
And thank you fir demonstrating why I feel this category is necessary
You are welcome
A topic asking for a politics category... ends up being politics
OOC: dammit, I'm totally going to offer a bounty if someone can implement "filter posts in a thread by user" - it's so much harder to catch up when you've half-read the thread at work and are now composing responses
I hereby offer a box of Thin Mints (or a similar mutually acceptable option) as bounty for implementation of a filter posts by user option. My thinking is either:
it would work similarly to the DiscoUserCard feature - either some sort of pop up on the user avatar that gives you options to filter or interact with their profile
or add a action icon underneath the user avatar.
Guis, I think I may have actually found something Markdown is better at!
point slightly negated by the fact that Markdown doesn't actually support <del> or <ins> in a standardized way, but still.
The Markdown "standard" explicitly says
For any markup that is not covered by Markdown’s syntax, you simply use HTML itself. There’s no need to preface it or delimit it to indicate that you’re switching from Markdown to HTML; you just use the tags.