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Rewording of the duplicate notice to communicate better

When a question is marked as a duplicate, the notice is terse: This question has been asked before and already has an answer. If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new ...
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Allow gold badge users to “propose” duplicates, to give the author a chance to contest the proposed duplicate

Please note: this is not a duplicate of How Do I Opt Out of Privileges?, which asks to give gold tag badge holders the ability to cast normal close votes in case they're not sure of their vote. I ...
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Could we extend the consequences of rude comments to the network level?

In the vein of the inclusion project, and the long list of posts about rude comments being a network wide issue... Could we perhaps extend the consequences of rude comments to the network level? ...
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Facilitate flagging and use of moderator tools from mobile devices

Currently, neither can comments be flagged from the mobile version of SE web pages, nor do moderators receive any notification of flags (most moderator tools are unavailable). The work-around is to ...
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Inclusion project - Emphasize Stack Exchange's culture of inclusion

One of the more common defenses I've seen for rude/discriminating behavior is justifying it with multiculturalism. I know that sounds odd on its face, so let me explain... Users seem to be ...
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“Stack Overflow Isn't Very Welcoming” especially […] marginalized groups?

In today's blog post "Stack Overflow isn't very welcoming" Jay Hanlon writes: Too many people experience Stack Overflow as a hostile or elitist place, especially newer coders, women, people of ...
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Inclusion project — help new users discover the way we work, a specific suggestion

I think we could easily redesign a few aspects of the UI in such a way that the user is able to do what often seems to them to be the right thing while learning how we work. An example of the sort of ...