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I totally agree with the existing answers, but here's yet another attempt to understand the point. I'm trying to decompose the nature of StackExchange one step at a time to explain my vision. We a …
answered Dec 4 '15 by bytebuster
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Philipp summarized it up very well, but I see yet another factor that may improve the OP's experience at StackExchange, so posting it here. The very same thing happens to me occasionally as well, so I …
answered Oct 5 '17 by bytebuster
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The problem, in general This is called Edit war (What to do about a dispute within edits?), which quite often occurs in the form of Rollback war What you can do What are my options for forcing …
answered Feb 17 by bytebuster
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Answering as I was the first close-voter. :) I believe that the CMV format (as well as ELI5 and many others) is an invitation to an open-ended debate. There is no criteria like "Okay, at this point t …
answered Sep 2 by bytebuster
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In fact, the linked Q and its answers provide with several good points about reference requests. My suggestion is below, but let me summarize the key points we need to take in our consideration: Pro …
answered Jan 16 '16 by bytebuster
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Well, because such questions are not: about governments, policies and political processes within the scope defined in the help center , where the referenced terms roughly split in three topics: …
answered Jan 24 '17 by bytebuster
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Normally, you flag any comment of a chain for moderator's attention (don't forget filling the annotation field). A moderator would then move comments to a chat. However, if you think that some commen …
answered Aug 2 '17 by bytebuster
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This Q has been raised numerous times on Meta.SE: one, two, three, and the consensus is that, migrating old Q's is generally a bad idea, its downsides overweight its benefit. Just VTC, and if a new S …
answered Apr 16 '18 by bytebuster
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This is a known problem with many questions on many SE sites. The main problem with opinionated question is due to several possible answers may be equally valid, hence preventing from choosing the se …
answered Sep 8 '16 by bytebuster
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Yes. Having terminology explained appears to be an important factor for overall Q/A quality. Comments' very purpose is clarifying the poster's point. There are quite a few terms that may be understo …
answered Nov 18 '16 by bytebuster
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The intended use of tags is that these are tools for organizing questions. Not every problem can be searched by employing a site search. This is one reason why we have tags. So typically, you come up …
answered May 26 '17 by bytebuster
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This seems to be a co-incidence of several events in a row: There was a content dispute about one of the user's answers (see this Meta post) Instead of editing their answers, as the community sugges …
answered Jun 4 '17 by bytebuster
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: News aggregate service based on reasonable importance …or they ask for discussion about some theoretical project: Would it be feasible to give younger, healthier americans the ability to buy into … , effectively distracting them from further participation on this site. I mean, even if the OP did not raise the Meta discussion or try to defend the post in some other way, the lack of plain "off …
answered Jul 27 '17 by bytebuster
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TL;DR: It looks like a good idea that might be worth trying. However, the way it is formulated, it looks half-baked and needs improvement before giving it a try. Although comments are second-class …
answered Jun 28 '18 by bytebuster
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IS stands for Islamic State, ISIS = "Islamic State of Iraq and Syria", ISIL = "Islamic State of Iraq and Levant". Daesh is an acronym for the Arabic phrase al-Dawla al-Islamiya al-Iraq al-Sham (Islami …
answered Jun 26 '17 by bytebuster

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