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Disclaimer: I wrote that post. SE allows arbitrary hot-linking of images. The default Imgur upload is there to cover the usual case that the image is not yet hosted anywhere, but there are other bene …
answered Sep 5 '17 by Hohmannfan
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Still images The stack exchange imgur upload limits images to 2MB, and I think that we should stick to that. High resolution images can be re-sized, as they would have to fit inside a SE post anywa …
answered Sep 25 by Hohmannfan
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Animations Animations add some value, which varies greatly. They also come with some disadvantages, in this case size. We can not proceed in a way that decreases the value of an answer. General chec …
answered Sep 25 by Hohmannfan
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My understanding of the queue mechanics: This question showed up for me in the queues some hours ago. As I am a moderator, any item in the queues I handle is dismissed from the queue. This means tha …
answered Apr 26 '17 by Hohmannfan
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I will say we are exactly 3.6 questions per day away from graduation at the moment :) It has happened before that a site has graduated with only 'OK' in some categories, but not in the traffic catego …
answered Jul 22 '16 by Hohmannfan
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The help centre says the following about bounties: Additionally, if you offer multiple bounties on the same question, the minimum spend doubles with each subsequent bounty (50 reputation on th …
answered Jun 14 '17 by Hohmannfan
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My take on this. The Space Shuttle is always a spacecraft, and occasionally a plane. That means pretty much every question you have about it is on-topic here. By contrast, only specific aspects about …
answered Apr 21 by Hohmannfan
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From what I can see, the current usage of the tag is: General orbital mechanics questions. Systems in Earth orbit. Launches specifically dealing with reaching orbit, like sub-orbital vs. orbital com …
answered Sep 7 by Hohmannfan
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1. First, to address the specific thing asked: Does putting an image inside a spoiler tag help? No. The image is loaded anyway, and just hidden with CSS. That is what the inspector tells …
answered Jun 10 '17 by Hohmannfan
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Here is a query for you I am terrible at writing those things, so this is a bunch of stuff I copy pasted from other queries. Surprisingly it works. Input your userID to get a list of what tags you c …
answered Jun 3 '17 by Hohmannfan
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In my opinion, these have some clear differences. The main one is that the CR3BP is much "nicer" than a more general three body problem. The restrictions made makes analytical solutions possible, give …
answered Jul 31 by Hohmannfan
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The original comment and resulting discussion has been removed I was the moderator handling the flag. The offensiveness of mentioning the Dunning-Kruger effect varies greatly with usage and … , which it did. Tone is difficult to judge on the internet, and we probably would not need this discussion if all of us were in the same room when this was said. After a little internal discussion
answered Sep 10 by Hohmannfan
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This has been discussed extensively before, see Would a “Speculation” tag be useful?, and the linked questions and discussions. The preferred tag, in the cases where the question is on topic is desig …
answered Sep 28 by Hohmannfan