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I would like to add to the discussion on the removal of What Stackoverflow Is Not. I have lots of examples that I think illustrate how feedback on questions have gotten demonstrably worse without this resource, but I find I cannot articulate this point of view without concrete examples that were housed on that page.

Would it be possible for a 10k person to either post the raw text of that question into pastebin, or perhaps email it to me? I understand we don't want people to link to it, and that's not what I'm about. But I feel without being able to even look at it, it prevents us from having a rational discussion on its merits (or lack there of).

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If it had been deleted like two hours later it would be on SEDE :( – Michael Mrozek Jul 4 '12 at 16:16
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I did a quick and dirty "Save as page" in Chrome:

I will probably not keep them around forever, so grab them while they're hot.

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It's weird looking at something through someone else's user... – Lix Jul 4 '12 at 20:50
    
@Lix heh! True. Didn't think of that. – Pëkka Jul 4 '12 at 20:52
    
@DiscountGucciHandbags, thanks again! – Kirk Woll Jul 5 '12 at 0:48

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