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Change the close question text
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I would support this but we need to be somewhat clear about why and when we want to push people to those sites. I actually prefer this to adding those sites to our list of migration targets because we ...

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Are hypothetical questions okay, or do I need to have an actual problem?
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As mentioned in the help centre: You should only ask practical, answerable questions based on actual problems that you face. Chatty, open-ended questions diminish the usefulness of our site and ...

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Merge tags windows-10 and win10
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Done. win10 has been merged into and synonymised with windows-10.

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Why was my comment explaining reason for a downvote deleted?
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I removed it, though I was a little wary. While your comment described exactly what should be done it was a little harsh and apparently taken badly by the other party who replied with omg someones ...

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Why is my edit spam?
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By adding nothing more than -nico-nii~ ♡ You are defacing the post while adding absolutely nothing of value. Edits should, as a minimum, not make the post worse. Preferably edits should be used ...

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My account should likely be deleted
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The best way to delete you account is to do it yourself. Due to having significant reputation the deletion may have to be manually approved by someone at Stack Exchange so it may take a little longer. ...

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Is the Commodore 64 Mini on topic?
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Your premise of "tablets are on topic" is flawed. The top voted answer states that we should allow tablet questions where those tablets run a "real" generic operating system. iOS and Android devices ...

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Why am I getting a question ban?
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You have asked a total of 10 questions on Super User, 8 of which have been closed and/or deleted. Your deleted questions, from newest to oldest: Can you see me? [closed] Does SE have a webmaster? [...

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Inaccurate detection of "subjective" question?
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I suspect this is something to do with how you phrased it as "how do you do x?" Perhaps a less subjective title would be "How to delete a plan from Microsoft Planner?" The question is straightforward ...

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Why were my 2 edits suggesting formatting changes to numbering rejected?
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Probably a few reasons. The reasons why I would have rejected them are, in no particular order: The edits were trivial and neither clarified nor substantively improved the answers The paragraphs you ...

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aria2 vs. aria2c?
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aria2c has been merged into aria2 and a synonym created. updating post history, 8 rows affected (pipe delimited) updating posts, 8 rows affected (pipe delimited) updating PostTags associations, 5 ...

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Was this flag declined correctly?
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As the flag states: This question has severe formatting or content problems. This question is unlikely to be salvageable through editing, and might need to be removed. While there is no real ...

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Migration to Software recommendations as an option during flagging
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There are some key reasons for this. We do not typically migrate questions to beta sites. While it is not specifically stated on Software Recommendations itself, Area51 does still list the site as in ...

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Why do people post their answers as comments?
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Firstly I would say that there is somewhat a dislike of link-only answers as in "go there, try that". Posting them as comments avoids the implied frowning that the auto-commenter that people (myself ...

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Request to Re-Open Question #331125
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Anything asking for a list of answers is marked as not constructive as they will "solicit opinion, debate, arguments, polling, or extended discussion." What we are looking for is not straw-polls on ...

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Instagram v VSCO v 'website or forum'
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Your lack of research and any indication of what you have tried so far, combined with the fact that websites are off topic here, make them duplicates. Per the help centre: not about … websites or ...

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Same question, different program?
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If it's a different program then it's a different (new) question. Some of the features of programs might be similar, but that doesn't mean that the solution for one program applies to another. It ...

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Migrated Posts gets downvote cleared but reputation not restored?
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It is normal. The original question (now a migration stub) is still here. While the question exists here it has a downvote on it. That downvote counts. Downvotes on questions do not get migrated, ...

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How do I reward an instructive answer over a good answer?
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You could always offer another bounty on the question after the existing bounty is finished. In this case the minimum rep you can award would be doubled up to 100, so you should be sure that you ...

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Automatically embed image links
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New users need at least 10 reputation in order to post images. They also need more than 10 rep to post more than 2 links. This is mainly an anti spam measure and does not (usually) significantly ...

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Edit new info into outdated answer or let new answer rise to the top
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Comment on the now outdated answers and upvote those that are correct. If the outdated answers get updated, then upvote them then. They need to use their own words. It feels like you'd be ...

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Is there something off with how reputation is built on Stack Exchange?
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One of the things about any kind of troubleshooting is that it often requires a tangential approach to find out what the exact problem is, it could be with a component of something else. Sometimes it ...

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How do we care for a user who appears to be dying soon?
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Personally I would advocate removing the "please help me soon, I'm dying" comments. The more we allow these style of comments then the more potential it has for being abused. Instead of giving ...

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Could someone be nice enough to add windows-phone-8.1 as a tag to superuser.com?
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I'm willing to add the tag but first I wouldn't mind knowing whether your question is relating to interfacing Windows Phone with a computer or if it is solely to do with mobile phones. Per the help ...

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How to Reopen and Vote to Migrate?
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First of all the question as it originally stood was way below acceptable quality standards, it simply posted some random lines of code with no explanation at to what the intention was, what it ...

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Top Questions of the Week #14
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I quite like Is NTFS really secure? as it is something that can confuse someone who is new to dual booting and computer security in general. Basically a computer is secure within the confines of the ...

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Valid answer to question downgraded and deleted with no feedback
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The answer was deleted by its owner. If it was "deleted like it was a wrong answer" then it was because the person answering believed it was wrong. It was then subsequently undeleted, again by the ...

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Why was question about Windows 7 install downvoted?
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This is just an example of why you may be getting downvotes, mainly to illustrate why "not useful", "unclear" and so on can depend on your perspective. While you may consider the question useful, ...

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Suspended when the user who instigated the incident was not
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For context: There is a big difference between "snark" in someone potentially jokingly saying, and I quote: You're going to delete individual songs on albums? Appalling. And your reply that ended ...

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Is downvoting a question constructive?
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From a moderation perspective question downvotes do at least one thing: they feed in to the automated site question and answer ban systems and can, temporarily at least, limit the flow of ...

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