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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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This works on all websites, or at least just about all. I don't think this is a particular feature, the browser just does this to give you a better experience. If this is not working on a site, you m …
answered Aug 27 '10 by Brian Campbell
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sure how to tag this question; it's not exactly a request for a feature, nor is it exactly a bug, so I've marked it as discussion, but I would like to see this actually fixed.) edit: I'm still …
asked Jan 22 '10 by Brian Campbell
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Generally, it's a bad idea to paste in a big block of code like that. Many people on Stack Overflow won't really bother giving it more than a cursory glance. Sometimes you'll get lucky and someone wil …
answered Jan 28 '10 by Brian Campbell
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Someone suggested this edit to one of my posts. It fixed an actual problem in the code; I had used the wrong variable in the loop, which meant my code wouldn't work. It was just intended to be a quick …
asked Dec 18 '12 by Brian Campbell
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Can I keep a hat? Because last time I was told that... But this, this, it, it, it's a little hat...
answered Dec 19 '12 by Brian Campbell
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I would say that looks confusingly similar to a real Trilogy/Stack Exchange site. It has almost exactly the same notification drop-down. It has a very similar layout, uses diamonds to indicate moderat …
answered Jan 30 '10 by Brian Campbell
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As far as I've seen, all dates happen in UTC; for example, the rep cap is for one day from midnight to midnight UTC. So I'm guessing that the day specific hats would work that way as well.
answered Dec 19 '12 by Brian Campbell
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Try wmd-new at Google Code or the Stack Overflow fork of WMD at GitHub. Here's a quick demo of wmd-new (pulled from GitHub), with the styles slightly modified to look closer to those on SO. There are …
answered Jan 8 '10 by Brian Campbell
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It seems that in the past year or two, the StackOverflow community has become too eager to downvote or vote to close a question that is not phrased perfectly at first. This tendency scares off a lot o …
asked Nov 20 '13 by Brian Campbell
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Note that all of these metrics are guidelines, not absolute rules. "Worrying" does not mean that a site will fail the beta, it just means that that aspect needs some extra scrutiny. "Okay" means what …
answered Oct 23 '10 by Brian Campbell
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It looks like these sorts of "lookalike" ads are still being allowed: Ad from Super User with similar interface http://ads.stackoverflow.com/ads/1_home4film_su_banner_1%20728x90.png Now, this ad has …
answered Feb 10 '10 by Brian Campbell
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I've created a proposal, and I know of some other StackExchange/Area51 users who are likely to be interested in the proposal. Is there a way I can send an invite to another user on the site? I would …
asked Oct 14 '10 by Brian Campbell