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It seems to me like the user was manually typing in Markdown on their smartphone, and it decided to, well, make corrections. As an Android (Google Keyboard) user, I can tell you that when typing in Markdown for links, it wants to automatically put a space between the description's ending ] and the URL's beginning (. Also, it has a tendency to "correct" ...


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You're right that discussion about the Code of Conduct concerns all sites in the network. However, in this case you're asking about a specific situation which happened on Politics Stack Exchange; a similar situation isn't likely to happen on, say, Stack Overflow or Super User. They simply don't deal with such delicate topics. The question is also about how ...


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It appears* that removing Wiki status, then adding it again, only generates a Mod Removes Wiki revision history entry. * I removed, edited, then re-added community wiki status to that post. One would expect a subsequent Post Made Community Wiki revision, but this does not appear. Perhaps a "made wiki" entry is only ever added once. Who knows - there is ...


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Before you post a question on any Stack Exchange site, it's good to check the Help Center article What topics can I ask about here?: Some questions, even if they appear to fit into one of the above categories, may still be off-topic or a poor fit for this format: ... finding or recommending products or services, including tools, libraries or ...


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That close reason has been changed fairly recently, precisely to avoid questions like these from being closed. I've voted to reopen as well. I can imagine cases where a specific question/example is so specific to a single site that it's better / compulsory to ask it on the site's own child meta, but this question is definitely not one of them.


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