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For questions on questions; how to ask, whether specific questions are appropriate, and so on.
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about the reasons for which a question may be closed as off-topic
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You have an idea for a new feature for Politics Stack Exchange, or for a change to the existing functionality.
for questions about answers: how to answer, whether specific answers are appropriate, and so forth.
on questions related to deleted answers.
to discuss creating or removing tag synonyms. A tag synonym makes two or more tags behave as one tag when tagging a question. It's most often used when a different term can mean the same t…
Questions related to the network-wide code of conduct.
Questions related to electing moderators from the community. Do not use for questions about non-site elections.
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