As of October 2019, I have suspended activity. I will not edit a single answer or leave a single comment until Stack Exchange Inc. begins treating its unpaid volunteers with respect.
The unjust, unexplained firing of Monica Cellio, a well-respected moderator, and the subsequent guilty silence, lies, non-apology apologies, and politically motivated retaliation against critics have disgusted me. Their latest effort, the new Code of Conduct, is an instrument of oppression in the name of inclusion.
Unfortunately, this is only the latest saga in a long line of company actions hostile to its users, from rampant corporatization ("we less than 3 people who code") to censorship ("moderators now fully control [featured]") to neglect of Meta concerns ("panic attacks and nightmares"). Stack Exchange's new management is a disgrace to the Q&A community of professional and enthusiast programmers that Jeff Atwood tried to create. It's time to take a stand.
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