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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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What, exactly, is happening to MSO Chat? There are currently three chat servers: chat.SE, chat.SO, and chat.meta.SO. What is this split going to mean? Will chat.meta.SO just get moved to chat.meta. …
answered Apr 11 '14 by michaelb958
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Note: I did not interact with this question before this Meta post. I agree with Blorgbeard's comment. Can someone point me in the right direction for making this game? I want to make a gam …
answered Jul 25 '13 by michaelb958
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Yes, this is a very good thing. The OP may well have not realised that there were other problems, and you just caught a showstopper (like an SQL injection vulnerability). Or you guessed at the real r …
answered Oct 11 '13 by michaelb958
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Accept the answer. You comment only, you lose the rep and other bonuses. (It's well documented around Meta Stack Overflow; see here, here, here...) Wait until you've tested. Accepting is meant to mea …
answered Dec 8 '13 by michaelb958
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(Firefox for Android 31.0) That "log in" link looks like it's truncating Ask Question, even though it isn't (it's just Ask). Try moving that up to where the inbox and achievements normally are, or s …
answered Aug 4 '14 by michaelb958
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changes is a clear-cut meta tag. The tag wiki says something to the effect that it has no clear-cut meaning. It is seen on such questions as Something to do with robots.txt Facebook comment changes …
asked Jul 18 '13 by michaelb958
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I have a userscript that supports userscript "plugins" to modify the topbar, if anyone wants to build scripts on, or contribute to, it. on GitHub on Stack Apps
answered Dec 5 '13 by michaelb958
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slides has no tag wiki, and no clearly defined purpose, being currently used for: JavaScript slideshow plugin thingies {1, 2, 3, 4} -> slidesjs Sliding movements on a touchscreen Sliding movement of …
asked Jul 8 '13 by michaelb958
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YES! Downvotes are for wrong answers. If the answer you speak of might work correctly, but should never be used, it is wrong, and should be downvoted. (-3 dims a post so people are less inclined to t …
answered Aug 21 '13 by michaelb958
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Firstly, you might want to check which site you're on. This is Meta Stack Overflow, the site about Stack Overflow (and the Stack Exchange engine, for historical reasons). Stack Overflow, the programmi …
answered Sep 16 '13 by michaelb958
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Internet Archive to the rescue! For 2008-09-16 to 2010-11-10, refer to /faq. For 2010-11-11 to 2013-06-30, refer to /privileges. For 2013-07-01 to (present), refer to /help/privileges. (Note that …
answered Jan 31 '14 by michaelb958
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replace 7185 already has a somewhat colourful history here on Meta, having aleady been mentioned in two tag merge requests {1, 2}. It and its synonyms are being subjected to a set of far more terrifyi …
asked Sep 11 '13 by michaelb958
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To add to the fixed-width idea, if you have lots of data (mostly not a good idea, but it does happen...). you can use two code blocks to make sure the header is always visible. ID LinkID P …
answered Feb 9 '14 by michaelb958
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Original answer I agree with the sentiment of this discussion. For a while now I've been thinking that the advice to "upvote and accept" runs counter to Tenacious and Unsung Hero. One possibility …
answered Jul 31 '13 by michaelb958
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ban advice How should we treat anonymous edits that are useful but don't fit the normal rules? discussion suggested-edits advice Where can I ask questions about payment gateways or implementing … billing myself? discussion asking-questions scope site-recommendation advice There are possible redeeming examples. Full list I've found: How to address SO questions that are deemed "too vague", or …
asked Sep 26 '13 by michaelb958

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