5 replaced http://meta.stackexchange.com/ with https://meta.stackexchange.com/
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There is nono private messagingmessaging system, nor will there ever benor will there ever be. The team has been quite firmquite firm on this. The mantra is

This is not a social network.

Options that are available to youOptions that are available to you:

  • @-tagging the user in a comment (which you should probably delete afterwards)
  • @-tagging the user in chat
  • Looking in the user's profile: people who want to be contacted out-of-band can provide the means there.

There is no private messaging system, nor will there ever be. The team has been quite firm on this. The mantra is

This is not a social network.

Options that are available to you:

  • @-tagging the user in a comment (which you should probably delete afterwards)
  • @-tagging the user in chat
  • Looking in the user's profile: people who want to be contacted out-of-band can provide the means there.

There is no private messaging system, nor will there ever be. The team has been quite firm on this. The mantra is

This is not a social network.

Options that are available to you:

  • @-tagging the user in a comment (which you should probably delete afterwards)
  • @-tagging the user in chat
  • Looking in the user's profile: people who want to be contacted out-of-band can provide the means there.
4 Minor spelling fix.
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There is no private messaging system, nor will there everyever be. The team has been quite firm on this. The mantra is

This is not a social network.

Options that are available to you:

  • @-tagging the user in a comment (which you should probably delete afterwards)
  • @-tagging the user in chat
  • Looking in the user's profile: people who want to be contacted out-of-band can provide the means there.

There is no private messaging system, nor will there every be. The team has been quite firm on this. The mantra is

This is not a social network.

Options that are available to you:

  • @-tagging the user in a comment (which you should probably delete afterwards)
  • @-tagging the user in chat
  • Looking in the user's profile: people who want to be contacted out-of-band can provide the means there.

There is no private messaging system, nor will there ever be. The team has been quite firm on this. The mantra is

This is not a social network.

Options that are available to you:

  • @-tagging the user in a comment (which you should probably delete afterwards)
  • @-tagging the user in chat
  • Looking in the user's profile: people who want to be contacted out-of-band can provide the means there.
3 Fixup of bad MSO links to MSE links migration
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There is no private messaging system, nor will there every be. The team has been quite firm on this. The mantra is

This is not a social network.

Options that are available to you:

  • @-tagging the user in a comment (which you should probably delete afterwards)
  • @-tagging the user in chat
  • Looking in the user's profile: people who want to be contacted out-of-band can provide the means there.

There is no private messaging system, nor will there every be. The team has been quite firm on this. The mantra is

This is not a social network.

Options that are available to you:

  • @-tagging the user in a comment (which you should probably delete afterwards)
  • @-tagging the user in chat
  • Looking in the user's profile: people who want to be contacted out-of-band can provide the means there.

There is no private messaging system, nor will there every be. The team has been quite firm on this. The mantra is

This is not a social network.

Options that are available to you:

  • @-tagging the user in a comment (which you should probably delete afterwards)
  • @-tagging the user in chat
  • Looking in the user's profile: people who want to be contacted out-of-band can provide the means there.
2 Migration of MSO links to MSE links
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