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You are mistaking SO for a social network or forum. It isn't. (+10k links) It is a Q&A website for professional and hobbyist programmers.
answered Apr 12 '12 by Oded
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people are losing points! No they are not. They are simply not gaining them. There is lots of pressure on new comers to accept answers - this sometimes results in answers being accepted without …
answered Apr 5 '12 by Oded
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Just took a look at this question and was struck by the lovely list of related questions: Should we add this title to the low quality posts filter? Or have some logic that checks for how similar a …
asked Sep 4 '12 by Oded
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The semantics (i.e. meaning) of an accepted answer is: The Question asker has determined this question to be most helpful to them. That's all it means. And I don't see a reason to change it to m …
answered Mar 10 '14 by Oded
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The terms "Urgent" and "Volunteer Q&A Site" are pretty much diametric opposites. But with the homework tag, for example, what if the asker needed an immediate answer to a homework question or a de …
answered Jun 24 '12 by Oded
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You can. There is little user feed link at the bottom of each user page, giving you an RSS feed of their 30 last questions, answers and comments.
answered Jun 26 '13 by Oded
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There is an RSS feed on each user page (user feed link at the bottom of the page, to the right) - you can use that to see what they are doing on the site, to a limited extent. Why can't stackoverf …
answered Dec 9 '13 by Oded
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We are not a social network. We are a Question and Answer website. Having more social features of this sort would take away the focus of the site.
answered Sep 25 '13 by Oded
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Tags that have icons are those that have been sponsored. Apple (or anyone else) has not sponsored the iOS tag. See What do icons on the tags mean?.
answered Apr 25 '12 by Oded
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This certainly falls under serial voting. The votes are un-upvotes, but they are voting behavior non the less. And they are targeted at specific users, not the content. As such this goes against t …
answered Oct 8 '13 by Oded
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Comments are transitory. They are there to help clarify a question / answer or add ancillary information to it. They are transitory and have always been seen as a second hand feature of the site. If …
answered May 15 '13 by Oded
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There is a process to creating new Stack Exchange sites. Propose a site on Area51 Define the scope Get supporters With enough supporters, you will get a private beta With a successful private beta, …
answered Jan 21 '15 by Oded
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Do you have any plans on productizing this forum for third parties? We had. It was called Stack Exchange 1.0 and it didn't work for us. So we stopped. If not, are there any other players out …
answered Sep 10 '13 by Oded
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Retag is dead, long live retag. Erm. Long live smarter edit. Retag is gone. It has ceased to be. The "please go back and click the retag link instead of edit" message is gone. We will (not) miss i …
answered May 8 '13 by Oded
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This has now been implemented, in the following form: On posts that have been automatically flagged as having too many comments (defined as over 20 comments in 3 days, by default - these values can b …
answered Aug 12 '14 by Oded

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