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I am looking at this page right now. To the right of the "3.0 answer ratio" box, it says:

Excellent – 2.5 answers per question is good, only 1 answer per question is worrying. In a healthy site, questions receive multiple answers and the best answer is voted to the top.

I have a feeling that the "in" should be an "on".

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Jeff the Letter Bludgeoner! – kennytm Oct 13 '10 at 15:59
nah, he'll use his S. In addition to representing plurals, it's good for spelling, semantics and subjective – Pops Oct 13 '10 at 16:06
If you are a denizen of the "English Language and Usage" site, then it seems like "in" is appropriate. – Peter Ajtai Oct 13 '10 at 17:35
As a denizen of English Language and Usage, I humbly direct you to this question which highlights the differences between in, on, and at. There's nothing inherently wrong with being active in meta and working hard in SO, but on is much more common and much more SFW. – ЯegDwight Oct 14 '10 at 9:03
up vote 2 down vote accepted

In honor of this bug's upcoming third anniversary, we fixed the grammar - enjoy!

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