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29 votes

Shall we have tea?

Although I am not so much involved on meta, I prefer the current Q&A format over the alternatives. Let me try to convince you that our current system is a good one. The main reason, for me, is ...
11 votes

tea.mathoverflow.net deprecated

I would really hope we can find a more permanent solution for this content of archival value; perhaps via Archive.org using the "Archive-It" functionality ? I could even imagine using this service in ...
10 votes

Shall we have tea?

I also miss tea and I would like to have it back for discussions. However, tea was really bad for creating authoritative statements of policy that we could link to later, and meta is really good for ...
8 votes

Shall we have tea?

I want to respond to Joel's post, but I'm unclear whether I should be doing that as a comment or an answer. :-) My main concern is that while we used to have conversations about the future of ...
7 votes

tea.mathoverflow.net deprecated

Any reason SE don’t want to host a static HTML version at tea.mathoverflow.net, like they already do for the former Blog Overflow? Presumably the “security reasons” are that they don’t fancy running ...
6 votes
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Trouble with tea?

Fixed, sorry. I broke something while making the demo archiving service accessible.
4 votes

Tea archive (mathoverflow.tqft.net) seems to be down

Oh, lovely. I would very much like to get a working link to Yemon Choi's thread on a serial cheat, http://mathoverflow.tqft.net/discussion/1187/extending-from-a-plane-in-r3-again-and-again-and-again ...
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Shall we have tea?

Who else is going to be there? I think the current meta (I call it 2.0) for short is well suited for a number of issues pertaining to day-to-day operations and to the SE interface, and 2.0 is ill-...

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