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I wasn't involved with this, but since you asked for feedback, I'll share some personal opinions: If you're asking how to improve the questions, one way would be to flesh them out. It might be helpful if the questions stated the requirements more explicitly. When I see a very short question, I often start to wonder if maybe there are some requirements that ...


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Rubén's answers How would you deal with a user who produced a steady stream of valuable answers, but tends to generate a large number of arguments/flags from comments? The first thing that I will do is to let this user know that this situation is happening and ask them about what they think about it and about the current Code of Conduct. If there is no ...


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I might be running, if no-one else steps up. Most of my activity lately has been reviewing and editing rather than answering, and in general I'm more of a flag-handler and being-a-general-Stack-Exchange-knowledge-base rather than a subject matter expert or community builder, but if the community doesn't mind that, I'm happy to be your janitor annex ...


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Hydra's answers How would you deal with a user who produced a steady stream of valuable answers, but tends to generate a large number of arguments/flags from comments? I value healthy discourse over having great answers. Hence, I would stick to the Code of Conduct and try to communicate with the user on improving their tone of engagement with the community ...


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I'm willing to run for a moderator position


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Tour Open https://webapps.stackexchange.com/tour. Help menu Website footer The following text will be shown: Web Applications is a question and answer site for power users of web applications. It's built and run by you as part of the Stack Exchange network of Q&A sites. With your help, we're working together to build a library of detailed answers to ...


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This is answered in Meta What can I do when getting “This question body does not meet our quality standards”? What can I do to get the system to accept my question? Make sure your question has a clear title a reasonable explanation of what your question is, sharing your research on the matter correct use of English and actual sentences proper spelling, ...


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Congrats and welcome aboard, Ruben!


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This is done updating post history, 410 rows affected (pipe delimited) updating posts, 330 rows affected (pipe delimited) Target tag 'google-workspace' doesn't exist, renaming 'g-suite' to 'google-workspace' rename result: 1 rows affected tag remapping of [google-workspace] and [g-suite] complete! remapping 0 synonyms 21 favorite and ignored tags remapped! ...


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Questions about using a web application as medium are on-topic on this site, just be sure that your question follow the guidelines of How do I ask a good question? Answers that suggest the use a userscript might be well received, just be sure that your answer follows the guidelines of How do I write a good answer? Related Is it OK to ask and answer my own ...


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Here is a set of general questions, gathered as very common questions asked every election. As mentioned in the instructions, the first two questions are guaranteed to show up in the Q&A, while the others are if there aren't enough questions (or, if you like one enough, you may split it off as a separate answer for review within the community's 8). How ...


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Tl;Dr the question doesn't look to be a high quality question, it doesn't look to be a good fit for this site as it's very likely that only the comments moderators might answer it. Also it looks that you added the bounty too soon. First you should have in mind that there is no warranty that all questions will get an answer, second there is no warranty that ...


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They are first mentioned here: Are questions about browsers accepted as long as they are related to using a web application?. I wasn't there at the time, but it seems a logical extension from bookmarklets. Of course, questions about programming a Greasemonkey script are a better fit for Stack Overflow, and if it's more of a generic JavaScript / HTML / CSS ...


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Many questions with score 0 get automatically removed because they had no answer and less than 550 views/year (over 90% of questions here don't get more than 550 views/year). Do you have any plan to make such question removals less frequent, so that user content is more respected?


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From a comment I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because the issue could not be reproduced as of 9/8/2017. – jonsca♦ Sep 21 '17 at 0:50


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Maybe you should learn what was the process followed to create Web Applications. This should take you to learn about https://area51.stackexchange.com/, then to https://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/57?phase=definition Besides the link provided in the other answer, other links were "greasemonkey" is mentioned in the context of the site scope ...


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Talk about red herrings! No. IMO, showing research in the question body is not a requirement when posting a question on WebApps SE. You imply that your question on Webapps SE was closed because of a comment asking for a description of your research. Regrettably you chose not to disclose the actual reason given for closure. And since your question has since ...


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Just because a person when they write the question places labels on the question, doesn't automatically mean that labels applies. While it is expected that they might miss a label, or they may not be sure if they should specify gmail or gmail-labels or gmail-filters, there are times where they put a label on the question that clearly doesn't apply. So if the ...


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I felt like this post could use at least one answer that is not a comment. Here's what we've learned. Per Rubén, the answer is found at this link: What is reputation? How do I earn (and lose) it? Interesting Anecdote: One can use the "comment" feature to reply (or "respond") to answers.


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From the question ...is about web apps, so every question always relates to developing a web application; In few words, Web Applications is about using web applications as an end-user. Perhaps it was not very clear that the actual question was: Could someone point me to some examples of the concrete code that one has to generate for the thing to work?. ...


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Yes, the OP must state that they are using the web site version of the application. A big reason for this is that the web site version might have different features to the desktop or (more likely) smart phone version of the application so asking a question about a feature that isn't available on the website, or is implemented differently, will cause ...


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