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I am of the opinion that it is a good idea to have tags for political thinkers. Personally, I use tags to browse questions. In the future, we may have a long series of questions on Marxism, but not ev …
answered Dec 7 '12 by gerrit
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I think we can go very localised. It may be interesting to read this discussion on Meta Travel SE. Too localised means: This question is unlikely to ever help any future visitors; it is only …
answered Dec 7 '12 by gerrit
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uk → united-kingdom
answered Jun 24 '15 by gerrit
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Yes, answers should be backed up. However, I think that absolutely requiring references for all answers, as Skeptics does, is not suitable for our site. On the one hand, always requiring references …
answered Dec 10 '12 by gerrit
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I think this is not necessary. Already after a few days, I am able to guess for several active people where political preferences lie. What actually counts are, as Graham says, actions. Now up- and do …
answered Dec 9 '12 by gerrit
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To my feeling the tag election is misnamed. I would prefer it to be called elections. Common usage is Today, parliamentary elections are being held in X, not a parliamentary election is being held in …
answered Jan 23 '13 by gerrit
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No. Partial answers can stand. They are useful.
answered Aug 18 '18 by gerrit