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I've asked this question. First comment, upvoted: I think this question would be improved by removing the discussion of the Italian system, as it distracts from the main point of the question. I …
asked Oct 2 '18 by Federico
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This answer of mine has collected a fair amount of comments concerning the correctness (or lack thereof) of the first image that I posted, a screenshot of a fraction of Google Maps with 2 circles on i …
asked Aug 24 '17 by Federico
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I have seen quite a few tag wiki excerpts in the edit queue that start with "Questions related to". Do we really need this sentence? Isn't it redundant? It describes a tag of a question, isn't it obv …
asked Jun 23 '17 by Federico
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I ask this because there seem to be conflicting advice coming from our mods, so I would like to have this point clarified before I flag anything else anymore. Please do not use flags in an attempt …
asked Apr 13 '18 by Federico
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When flagging, there is available the following flag reason: It states: This answer has severe formatting or content problems. This answer is unlikely to be salvageable through editing, and mig …
asked Nov 18 '16 by Federico
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I have noticed that on this SE, my community flags get handled by a moderator BEFORE the community has its say through the review queue. Why is it so? I thought that the SE theory of moderation said …
asked Sep 6 '17 by Federico