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For questions about the flagging process, how flags are handled, etc. If you have a question about chat flags, use [chat-flags] instead.

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quality of your flags and the suggestions just be whimmed at depending on the mood of the approver at that time. …
asked Apr 21 '11 by Grant Thomas
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As a generalisation, yes they should be flagged. What you describe is no different in principle to posting a link to an external resource because that place already has a code sample, or for whatever …
answered Oct 28 '11 by Grant Thomas
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You need to make an educated guess. Take the 'most important' (probably defined as the one that's going to take the OP furthest forward while leaving the other as a continuation to follow up) and vote …
answered May 30 '13 by Grant Thomas
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Indeed it was closed by a moderator, but only finally, and that doesn't mean it received any particular 'moderator attention'; Andrew Barber, a dedicated community member who happens to be a mod, was …
answered Apr 2 '13 by Grant Thomas
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Even if a question isn't strictly the same but the answers are, then: Reject the edit Flag the answer as NARA Mark the question as duplicate
answered Apr 8 '13 by Grant Thomas
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No, I don't think that they do accumulate flag weight. However, this is easily tested when you find the next inappropriate comment.
answered Sep 2 '11 by Grant Thomas
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OK, this might sound down-right dumb to some people, others way see it as a user issue - I don't know, I'm just here to bring it up... While using the review page to moderate first answers I was curi …
asked Mar 26 '11 by Grant Thomas
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No. The scenario doesn't solely depend on your selection, so consider that either: A) enough people will also flag it, then it would seemingly be relevant, or B) enough people will flag it for el …
answered Jul 7 '11 by Grant Thomas
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existing flag has any weight added to it, whether it's just dismissed, or what. So, nothing explodes if you retry, and nothing goes wrong if you can, so do; if the extra flagging causes a nuisance for moderators then the way flags are being submitted on the backend is a problem, and not yours. …
answered Sep 5 '13 by Grant Thomas
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So ardently tackled by everyone else involved up to now, I almost feel I should flesh out my thoughts out more thoroughly, but as it stands I don't see much of a real problem here, and so my process g …
answered Jun 9 '13 by Grant Thomas