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Many times, I see a flag (generally a custom one), and wish to reply to it. A common type is the "Convert to CW" flag that rears its head at times (it is helpful, since it leads to me closing the post …
asked Dec 26 '12 by Manishearth
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Felt sorry for the poor broken{*} castle, felt that it MUST be fixed as a tribute to the history of meta. Take THAT, Jin!! *Today I realised that non-breaking spaces can break stuff as well O-0     …
answered May 7 '12 by Manishearth
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Currently, SE employees are given diamonds wherever they need them. I agree with Jeff on this to some degree, employees shouldn't be treated any different. But... on meta, employees are different. Th …
asked Jan 2 '13 by Manishearth
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Blame Pekka for this answer, he put me up to it ;-) . Enough cats, Pekka? Yes, we need something linkable. The FAQ is an ideal place for this, but there are lots of other similar things that can …
answered Jun 6 '12 by Manishearth
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Related: "We're no longer accepting" message should not be hosted on meta The helpcenter has an entry for the question ban message. It still links to the meta page for further details. Besides th …
asked Jun 6 '13 by Manishearth
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I recall that SE enforces a three-letter minimum on usernames. But, this doesn't seem to be the case here. There's no Unicode magic going on, his username really is just one character long: Looks …
asked Jan 23 '13 by Manishearth
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This post is an expansion of this comment For many graduated sites (eg Physics), moderators do not want to apply the unilateral close vote in all cases--it is better to let some community votes pile …
asked Dec 10 '12 by Manishearth
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Given that people share code on the main site and chat, it might be a good idea to either block or explicitly render control-characters and the like. For example, if you copy the following code block …
asked Feb 5 '14 by Manishearth
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Agreed; the current wording can be pretty confusing from what I've seen. While a custom message may be the best, why not add a compulsory field where the mod can list some/all the bad reviews made by …
answered Sep 7 '13 by Manishearth
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In the edit-realtime-update thingy, a clickable gray bar shows up (that reloads the edit), along with a clickable link that leads to the revision. Well, the fact is, when you have a shiny blue link …
asked Apr 24 '12 by Manishearth
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Moderators can choose closed sites as migration destinations (Both sites are closed) Now I don't know what happens if we go through with this migration, but it would probably lead to the post bein …
asked Dec 18 '12 by Manishearth
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There's another side to this. From what I've seen on Quora, their "this post needs work" messages are largely ignored. While these messages don't have an "or else" clause, they do attract the occasi …
answered Mar 26 '13 by Manishearth
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I noticed the new community eval queue on Chem. I like the concept, but I feel that is should allow for separate voting for the Q and As: Currently, the categories talk of the combined quality of t …
asked Nov 15 '12 by Manishearth
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So I was rooting around Careers, trying to discover what it exactly was. I saw the invite-only thingy, but found out that you could get one via GitHub. Fully expecting to have it declined, I try the …
asked May 7 '12 by Manishearth
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Recently, "Stack Exchange" was added to the names of certain sites (the ones without special names). This shows up in profiles, mobile site headers, and site <title>s. However, some site names are br …
asked Apr 1 '13 by Manishearth

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