Linked Questions

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Is “Salaamun Alekum” in a question “religious content”? [duplicate]

A suggested edit came up in the queue that I wasn't sure how to handle: (The link to the edit suggestion may or may not work for other users) Although it is true it is unnecessary for the question, ...
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3answers
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Editing Etiquette: Editing someone else's answer? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicates: Should ‘Hi’, ‘thanks’ and taglines and salutations be removed from posts? Editing others' posts - general etiquette Is it OK to edit a correct ...
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2answers
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Is there a policy about removing “Thanks” from posts? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Should 'Hi', 'thanks,' taglines, and salutations be removed from posts? I understand posts don't need any fluff to them and just the questions, which is why I ...
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1answer
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Is adding a signature considered spamming? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicates: Should ‘Hi’, ‘thanks’ and taglines and salutations be removed from posts? What is the policy on signatures and links in answers for Stack Overflow ...
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1answer
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Why does “Hi <user>” get stripped out of my posts? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Should 'Hi', 'thanks,' taglines, and salutations be removed from posts? This bug or feature I observed while answering How to call viewWillAppear delegate ...
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1answer
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Why is `Hello`, `Thanks` etc. are not allowed? [duplicate]

Every time I open a question, I open the message with "Hello", and end with "Thanks". Too many times my messages get edited, and these lines are removed. I've always wanted to know: why these words ...
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1answer
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Chatty footers in the answers [duplicate]

I was going through my activity history and noticed that some of my edits was revised. Here is the revision history of that answer. I always looked at messages like that as at unnecessary noise and ...
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1answer
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Are Thank you's at ends of questions acceptable? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Should 'Hi', 'thanks' and taglines and salutations be removed from posts? This is a question from an editor-in-training. Thank you!
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1answer
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Trigger “don't do this” message if question starts/ends with filler [duplicate]

So you're not supposed to start questions with "Hello guys" or end them with a signature, right? Well, here's an idea: Detect common cases of this and warn the user that this is unwanted cruft. So, ...
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3answers
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Editing on Stack Overflow [duplicate]

Personally, I have a tendency to write politely when I post questions, given the fact I'm asking for help. I noticed that many times, when editing a question I wrote, the editor deletes the opening '...
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2answers
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Minor change policy regarding real names [duplicate]

When reviewing edits, I often find minor changes which simply remove the name from the original question. So the user wrote something like Thanks, myname at the end of the question and somebody ...
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1answer
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Dealing with social syntactic sugar [duplicate]

I just stumbled upon a question starting with Hello friendly SO ppl, I am more or less a CSS noob; and for the life of me, I can't solve this issue. Hopefully this will be easy for one of you ...
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1answer
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Is it against rules to add a closing statement to an answer or question? [duplicate]

Whenever I answer a question I would always conclude it with what I feel to be a proper closing such as "I hope this helped you. You have a wonderful day!". However on certain sites people of a much ...
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0answers
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Hello.. Thanks…not permitted [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Should 'Hi', 'thanks' and taglines and salutations be removed from posts? Is it aesthetically important and rule abiding not to start a question with HELLO, ...
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2answers
81 views

Lot of too minor suggested edits [duplicate]

I was reviewing suggested edits and found lot of minor edits from this user. Every time, the user was just removing a few words (like "Thank you" at the end of the message). But the edits were ...

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