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Here's an example. Do you just repeat the question, like she did? What value does that add?

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It might always be nice to see if the OP put some thought into the matter beforehand.

Also, when skimming the "new questions" list, I'd like to know what a question is about from the title; usually (as for your example) I react quicker if I see "processor affinity" or some short-hand in the title. Sure, there's tags and all, but personally I like short titles and detailed questions.

That also suppressed the typical "...and what have you tried, yet?" comments. At least at SO I see those a lot.

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