It's not vim, it's vi. The former has a large number of useless features for which Real Programmers have no need. There's nothing like typing :X (uppercase X) by accident to save the file and quit, and accidently encrypting your file with a key you can't reproduce, because you used the system's typeahead to prepare the next command to be run.
Other than that, there's:
Should the Chatterbox be logged?
Polls with tyops
Cowboy Neal spelt incorrectly
- another intruder with the mooring in the heart of the Perl
I don't think the 'X' thing is a uniquely vim feature - I recall a colleague doing this on ICL DRS/NX before vim was born, DRS/NX was a near bog-standard SVR4 and the only open source software installed on this machine was Perl 4.
Perhaps this is too obvious, but where's "any two alternatives related to voting/XP"? (public vs secret; gain XP when downvoting vs lose XP when downvoting; must reply when downvoting vs need not reply when downvoting; unconditionally downvote all nodes related to XP vs don't downvote them; etc.) :-)
Whether we're sanctimonious or not somewhat depends on your perspective, I suppose. From the perspective of certain individuals who have endured massive onslaughts of downvotes, we may indeed be sanctimonious. Of course, it's rare the person who admits to their own sanctimoniousness. The word being in the self-description is actually kind of humourous in that light. :-)
"I don't think that word means what you think it does." Heheheheh :-)
I can't believe there can be any debate over this. French Roast reffers to the darkness of a roasted bean. Sumatran is any bean from the region of Sumatra. It would be entirely posible to have a Sumatran French Roast, though in my opinion Sumatran beans have quite a bit of natural body that would be eclipsed by a darker roast.
What about the sig vs no-sig argument on individual's postings? I know I abhor people that attach a sig to every post they make, but the people who do this (like cigarette smokers) think it's their right to pollute the space around them..
I think it's often hard to judge who is more vocal out of any two groups...the most vocal are usually the most annoying and make the the non-vocal look bad by association (and it's hard to judge how non-vocal the non-vocals are (or how many there are) because, well, they're not as noticeable).