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Questions that may not necessarily have a clear-cut right or wrong answer and are often subjective. If your question isn't a bug report, feature request, or request for assistance, or question with a concrete answer, it's probably a discussion.

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As per the FAQ for Stack Exchange sites, this FAQ will serve the following purposes: To be the canonical reference for moderators across the Stack Exchange sites for things that are beyond question …
asked Jan 13 '12 by casperOne
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Make this sucker interactive and let the user on the page see how the examples would react when you: Vote up and down (the vote count should change respectively) Click on the favorite (the favorite …
answered Jan 10 '13 by casperOne
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I think you've done a disservice in deleting the post. As you've mentioned the post isn't the problem, it's how the post was used to institutionalize rudeness that was the problem. However, we've de …
answered Jun 27 '12 by casperOne
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No, I didn't decide to start deleting your answers out of nowhere. You had at least ten spam flags across those answers and I was processing those flags. Looking at them, yes, you did disclose that …
answered Sep 3 '12 by casperOne
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Code-only answers fall under "Very Low Quality" for me and are candidates for deletion*. This extends from my belief that "self-documenting code" is a myth. Code can only tell you the how, it doesn't …
answered Sep 25 '12 by casperOne
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I say yes, absolutely. The influx of low-quality and off-topic questions as well as the declining level of contribution from the Facebook Development team means that the users of Stack Overflow are g …
answered Feb 7 '12 by casperOne
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Of course, this is my own perspective, and I've only been a moderator a little more than a year. My typical day: For me, a good amount of my focus currently is on flags, flags, and more flags. We c …
answered Feb 7 '13 by casperOne
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Elections are one of the backbones of the Stack Exchange network. It gives the community a huge voice in determining the handful of people to who will volunteer to have their role on the site radical …
asked Jun 6 '12 by casperOne
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Thank you for taking an active interest in the Stack Overflow/Stack Exchange community. As you've seen from the comments, the members of the Stack Exchange community can be passionate about how they' …
answered Jul 16 '12 by casperOne
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My user id on StackOverflow is 50776. I just noticed that when sharing a link, it's appended to the end of any link when I try and get a link for a question/post: I'm curious what purposes this is …
asked Nov 25 '11 by casperOne
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I've unfrozen the room. Let's just say it shouldn't have happened. Who thought Lounge would see the day where I was their savior. =)
answered Jul 31 '13 by casperOne
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I was the moderator who declined the flag. Addressing your answerable points. This flag was declined. Does the moderator that declined that flag really believe that 0 is the answer to mod(a,b) …
answered Dec 9 '11 by casperOne
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Here's my take on it (being the mod that had the conversation with Pekka). We have a very clear policy on LMGTFY links. What you're doing doing is LMGTFY without the LM, the FY, and the link. So wh …
answered Aug 13 '12 by casperOne
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Voting is anonymous That said, I don't think the right question is whether or not it is appropriate to question a downvote, but is it worth it? After all, who are you targeting the question to? It' …
answered Dec 9 '11 by casperOne
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I just did a search for the Handling Calls to Remove a Moderator post. Searching normally, with or without quotes, the question comes up first, as expected. Using the new search without quotes, the …
answered Dec 24 '12 by casperOne

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