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The following changes are live now: Deleted questions will be visible to their authors, regardless of those authors' reputation. They won't be linked to anywhere† that they're not already linked, b …
answered Apr 23 '13 by Shog9
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David's already given you some good background information here, but I'd like to provide you with a bit of a sanity-check lest you think your questions might be getting deleted out from under you with …
answered Mar 16 '12 by Shog9
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The auto-deletion criteria haven't changed since this was implemented, and the scheduled job was running. It was even logging the deletions it was doing! ...Which is where it started to get a little …
answered Jul 12 '13 by Shog9
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Your first question was merged with this one. Originally, merging completely destroyed the source of the merge. Not soft-deleted, destroyed. This was... horrible. So it was changed. Now when a questio …
answered Sep 30 '11 by Shog9
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Moderators have access to a search operator that will enable searching of deleted questions and answers. deleted:0 returns no deleted posts (default) deleted:1 returns only deleted posts deleted:all …
answered May 31 '12 by Shog9
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So... We've been talking about this internally for as long as I can remember. I was sitting on a call as a newly-hired part-timer, in my attic, arguing over this. I get the intent: a deleted user is …
answered Jul 13 '18 by Shog9
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I've spent a fair bit of time thinking about this now, listening to suggestions here on MSO and elsewhere, and watching how the Historical Lock feature has been used. Two observations: No one really …
answered Jun 15 '12 by Shog9
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We used to be a lot more open to questions like that. However, as time has worn on, we've struggled with a couple of problems that they tend to cause... The biggest one is illustrated by your example: …
answered Oct 21 '16 by Shog9
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It can be found on StackPrinter: http://www.stackprinter.com/export?question=1711&service=stackoverflow Anyone is free to host it themselves of course, provided they comply with the CC-Wiki license. …
answered Feb 25 '12 by Shog9
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You don't. They're deleted; you generally don't delete things you want to keep around and use, right? The "Deleted recent" list gives you a window of time during which you can regain access if you n …
answered Jan 23 '14 by Shog9
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The author deleted it. Presumably for reasons of his own. Or possibly as a result of subliminal mind-control from invading space creatures. You might want to crack open the heads of those around you a …
answered Jul 1 '10 by Shog9
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That question took two and a half months to delete. It would have taken a lot longer, but a moderator stepped in to finish the job. All that time, it was closed. Five people could have voted to re-op …
answered Dec 3 '11 by Shog9
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It's a tough call, especially with older questions. Duplicates are great when they work to funnel traffic back to an authoritative answer, but some older dups lack links to the questions they duplicat …
answered Dec 8 '09 by Shog9
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If the question is a duplicate of a deleted question, then it should be deleted as well! I suppose I should explain my rationale for this... There are certain questions which don't really belong on …
answered Mar 23 '10 by Shog9
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Vote for: Show all of my question/answers to me even if they are deleted/closed ...and then badger moderators into leaving comments prior to deletion.
answered Jul 7 '09 by Shog9

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