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Use this tag when asking about questions that ask users to rank or show a specific preference for one of a list of options over another. Polls and polling are an often subjective type of question that the Stack Exchange Network isn't optimized for.

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For voting: No signatures or links in answers, please!
answered Nov 10 '08 by Steven A. Lowe
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Well, I can't speak for jon skeet, but I suspect that when you Google for something difficult, Google calls him! As for me, the answer is "both" - if someone asks a question that I know the answer …
answered Dec 10 '08 by Steven A. Lowe
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This is a general policy/netiquette question for the sites? Some people like to include 'signatures' in their answers But signatures are redundant, since the poster's gravatar is already on each ans …
asked Nov 10 '08 by Steven A. Lowe
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Polls belong on surveymonkey.com, not Stack Overflow. 'Listen to the wisdom of others' is both condescending and irrelevant - Stack Overflow is for technical programming questions that have actual (e …
answered Aug 14 '09 by Steven A. Lowe
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Poll questions should be closed and deleted - rapidly.
answered Aug 13 '09 by Steven A. Lowe
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My opinion: I refrained from using a signature on Stack Overflow like I do on The Code Project et al simply because (a) it's redundant with the auto-signature and user page, and (b) almost no one e …
answered Nov 16 '08 by Steven A. Lowe