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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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I added a new tag plugin-programming to this question of mine: How to add a file to download into Jenkins/Hudson plugin I also created a short wiki entry for it (which needs review before being gener …
asked Apr 5 '13 by hyde
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What should I do? Here's a radical suggestion. It will not work for all bad questions, but for some it might: If the question is suitable for this treatment, and if there's no duplicate yet, ask …
answered Mar 2 '14 by hyde
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I am considering to add a tag, inspired by this question, referring to this. And for your convenience, here's a search for the word. First, does the tag seem reasonable? Alternatives seem to be tagg …
asked Nov 1 '13 by hyde
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, then some discussion or conclusions about how to develop the current accept system to match whatever its real purpose is would be interesting (to me). There are plenty of various suggestions about …
asked Mar 12 '14 by hyde
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answering that. After reading the discussion and the current one answer, it seems the displayed reputation of post's author is supposed to tell two things: Reputation at Stack Overflow, as a …
asked Oct 3 '13 by hyde
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Some portion of questions, especially by new or casual users, actually lack a clear question. There may be a decent description of the situation, and if we're lucky there's also a code snippet, perhap …
asked Mar 22 '13 by hyde
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Let's say I answer a question. Then OP (or somebody else) comments, and I edit my own answer, should I add a comment telling that I edited it? As I understand it, this is the only way to let other kn …
asked Mar 25 '13 by hyde
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There is some amount of questions about Jenkins/Hudson, and how to use them to achieve something. I have not paid attention to other CI systems, but I assume they have similar questions. These are ve …
asked Mar 18 '13 by hyde
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There was a formally bad, newbie-looking question (formatting, question part in comment, stuff like that) by a 2K+ user. I commented wondering about this, and it came up that the question was in fact …
asked Oct 23 '13 by hyde
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I just came to meta to ask this very question. I'd suggest a multiple choice check-box quiz, which shows a number of questions, and asks user to identify what is wrong with them, and also what is good …
answered Mar 13 '13 by hyde
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Starting with a concrete example: Let's say a question has two answers. Neither of them is very good, and would not otherwise warrant upvote, and neither is wrong or otherwise bad so does not warrant …
asked Feb 18 '14 by hyde
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How about a new concept, "sibling tags". A possible implementation, if jenkins and hudson are marked as sibling tags, user could tag jenkins/hudson, which would count as just 1 tag towards the 5 tag …
answered Mar 25 '13 by hyde
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Tags warnings (2,206 questions tagged) and compiler-warnings (858 questions tagged) seem like they should be synonyms/merged. I'm not sure of the technical details of concepts of "tag synonyms" and " …
asked Dec 4 '13 by hyde