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Some articles are only applicable to specific sites and have been 'manually' added by the Community Managers: How to create a Minimal, Reproducible Example on the Stack Overflow sites: English, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Database Administrators, maybe more sites in the future How do I advertise on Stack Overflow? on Stack Overflow Enough ...


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Moderators could edit https://ru.stackoverflow.com/help page. Our /help page is kinda uniq and has link to video about SOru: About help center pages. Moderators could edit some of them (if CM gives us right to edit; AFAIK he can grant permissions for edit only for 3-5 articles simultaneously). Before editing we usually make collective translation on ...


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I am aware of only two places that moderators can customize their Help Centers routinely. I'll use the GIS Help Center as an example because being one of its moderators allows me to screenshot its edit buttons. The best known is the On-topic page which bears the title What topics can I ask about here? The title is the only thing that we cannot change on ...


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Ideally, you won't be sitting around waiting for an answer. You'll keep working through it at least until you're insurmountably stuck. A good way to save everyone's time is to show what you've done so far, so they don't try the same thing. If a question is actually difficult and interesting, the process of working through the answer yourself and showing ...


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I think that the outcome from every self-edit should be a question that is more informative, easier to read and/or can be understood quicker, so that potential answerers can think, at not much more than a quick scan, "I can probably answer that!", and then attempt to do so. When an asker provides status and progress updates, I think that is best done by re-...


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