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I agree, but you only found the tip of the issue. We also have tags for german, chinese, korean, japanese, farsi, arabic, and hebrew that I found in a quick search (there's likely more). I think any language-specific tag serves no on-topic purpose. translation and localization would cover a lot of them, but there are language-related ramifications that ...


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Its pretty broad. We don't do yes/no answers, we do answers in detail, and literally the only way to answer your question is with a hardware recommendation. So literally the only way to answer your question is to take an arm machine, check processor flags, and post what the machine is. And you would end up with more than one answer, which dosen't work for ...


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I feel that Harrymc downvoted and closed my question because I downvoted his answer which was incomplete and incorrect. You have absolutely no proof any specific user downvoted your question. The user in question should have never accused you of downvoting their answer. Just as you should not be calling out any specific user for downvoting your question. ...


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“I see many upvotes not counted, only 35 are considered.” You have been repcapped: You can earn a maximum of 200 reputation per day from the combination of upvotes, downvotes and suggested edits. But Bounty awards, accepted answers, and association bonuses are not subject to this daily reputation limit. Source What is reputation? How do I earn (and lose)...


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Now we do. Bob created a userscript, SEReopenReviewWarning, which does that. When a question has been through the review queue, it produces a message under the Close message that looks like this example: When I started using it, the results were surprising. I was used to seeing a lot of closed questions with some reopen votes, and naturally assumed ...


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This answer may reiterate some of the content in other answers (previously posted) here. But in an effort to provide a concise response; I'd like to suggest that Having many or several "Ubuntus" dilutes the effectiveness of the Category, because it makes it many categories One "Ubuntu" category should be more than adequate, providing that contributors -- ...


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Note: I don't know what the comments were - partial answer or request for clarification. In that type of situation, I would usually go with option 3... say something along the lines of "thank you for pointing that out, I've removed my comment and written a more complete answer - feel free to tidy up this thread; I'll tidy this & other comments after ...


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