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Sure, they can post it. But they can't: Expect a swift response from the community, who after all are volunteering their time. Expect a good reaction from the community being told "and hurry up, I …
answered Jul 15 '13 by Oded
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Does it matter? The title of the question is just that - a title. It doesn't have to be a question. If it can be interpreted as either a question or a description, then I don't have much of an opini …
answered Oct 24 '12 by Oded
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If the question is on topic, is not a duplicate and falls within the FAQ guidelines, anyone can ask it. The problem with non-technical people asking such questions is that when clarification will be asked for, they will not be able to provide technical answers. …
answered Jan 11 '12 by Oded
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Someone posted an image on dropbox and used that as the image source in their post. This image was later deleted from dropbox (I am guessing) - one way or another, it is no longer at that URL. Stack …
answered Jul 9 '13 by Oded
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You don't have enough reputation. Once you have 50 rep, you can comment on any post, not just on your questions/answers. See the comment everywhere privilege. …
answered Jun 7 '13 by Oded
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the questions that come up after you finish typing up the title of your question. When searching, use the relevant tags in []. …
answered Jan 10 '12 by Oded
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You should definitely answer beyond the scope, in particular if you see something bad being done that should be fixed. One common example is with SQL - many questions have users concatenate SQL …
answered Oct 11 '13 by Oded
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3) Both. If you found an off-site resource that answers a question, summarize the answer so people don't have to leave the site in order for it to be useful. But also attribute the answer (your summ …
answered Nov 23 '13 by Oded
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Edit it. Improve it. Add details. Make it more understandable. Make it easier to answer. Respond to comments. And have patience.
answered Apr 9 '15 by Oded
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When many questions are closed as a duplicate of one specific question, that question is a "Frequent" question - that is, it has been asked, in different guises, frequently. In addition, if the … question is linked to from another question, it is one of the "Frequently" linked to questions. In essence the sort is for questions that have been linked to often within the site. If you hover over the tab, the tooltip is "questions with the most links" - that is, with many questions linking to it. …
answered Mar 20 '13 by Oded
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Loads of Stack Exchange sites out there.
answered Jan 25 '10 by Oded
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If the issue was solved by something you did (install a missing dependency, add something to the path etc...), post that as an answer. If it was something unknown (a reboot helped, but you don't kno …
answered Dec 26 '13 by Oded
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Re-asking a question is not acceptable. It will get closed as the exact duplicate it would be. If you want to "bump" a question, edit it - adding detail is almost always a good thing. In regards to …
answered Apr 3 '12 by Oded
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This is normal - nothing "blatant" about it. Some users do not accept answers - you need to learn to live with it. I have gotten answer accepted a couple of years later... don't lose hope ;)
answered May 12 '12 by Oded
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Now in the process of finding a job I have this concern that the person evaluating me might have a look at my profile here and see those 'dumb' questions which really don't represent me today We …
answered Dec 13 '15 by Oded

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