Question For Moderators & Others.
All rights reserved worldwide. It asks for an evaluation of common arguments on code documentation, maybe in a bit rantish tone, but still the topics discussed are clearly within the scope of the site. This different way of organizing a site requires a different kind of effort -- in place of answering every question, we end up spending time in so-called curation -- closing duplicates, That chance for a different, programming-specific reading seems to be exactly what has been stopping me from casting close vote on it. have a peek here
There is a fine line between constructive criticism and mocking/ridicule.Should you present the case? Looking back in the ones recently moved, I'm afraid the selection is somewhat biased leaving doubts about transparency. Browse other questions tagged discussion questions answers closing-questions exact-duplicates . Hot Network Questions I have sole custody of my child but the child's father's brother claimed him as a tax deduction What does "most of mathematics" mean?
After all, it is in the OP's best interest to improve their own question. How Meta is different from the main site About Us Learn more about Stack Overflow the company Business Learn more about hiring developers or posting ads with us Software Engineering meta Is there any reason why I shouldn't do this? I find that moderators and other users will quickly vote to close either because they think it is a duplicate or statement of the question is not clear or the question
Additionally, I think the actual problem is that many new users don't study any of the rules at all (not even the tour). can be omitted from the question without affecting the question at all. I did and I realized, ok it was off-topic. Options:Reply•Quote Re: Question for moderators and others.
As pointed out the sole reason for moving anything is to try to improve organization of the forum so that when you search for something you can select the threads within The rattle noises thread, for instance, is something that many of us are frustrated and protesting about but it just got moved to Care, Maintenance and Troubleshooting. Indy, Chicago, Madison (WI)... This surprised me.
If you're not already familiar with forums, watch our Welcome Guide to get started. We do not want to lose them. What to do? Make repeated references to this document you're putting together." is just what doctor ordered to solve programming-specific issues I see in the question. –gnat Feb 5 '12 at 20:00 1
Why did Columbus cross the mid-Atlantic instead of exploring from Greenland? When things move, it's because we finally notice and decide the topic has a more appropriate location than where it's sitting. it Vehicle: Other Non-Hybrid Model: N/A qbee42 said: ↑ We can keep the main forum for posts about sheep and goats. The CNBC moderators sounded condescending.
I had a satisfactory answer but I also knew that there were many situations (possible for different modeling methods) where this problem came up. Logged -- This user has been suspended and will return on the 3rd of September --Science is a way of trying not to fool yourself. They should wait a reasonable amount of time for a an edit to the question or a comment from the new member before taking action. Check This Out So the positive might be more than offset by a negative.)I'm inclined to think it likely to be better in the long run for the person who is being more honest
Well, I think they shouldn't if they don't want to. The answers tend to become perfunctory, since there's no benefit in putting effort into really good answers -- the effort will disappear into history under the flood of new questions and Recycle electrons.
Maybe a some of the new users that leave the site are right to do so but there are others possibly many who would have become great contributors and the loss
The question is "How-to convince company to start documenting for legacy software". Please don't accuse me to post threads in the wrong forum, look at yourself first, how many times do you think you have done it? I will revisit them when I have some time and if I can't think of a way to improve them, I'll vote to close. Thanks for a thoughtful response.
Wants to demonstrate some examples to the contrary.Doing so might be seen as mocking/ridicule/causing embarrassment.Can't decide if doing so is worth the risk of a ban.This is basically just another ends-justifies-the-means Joined: May 28, 2009 1,280 90 0 Location: I don't know... Opinion Business Entertainment Tech Science Health Travel Lifestyle World On Air Politics Home Transfer of Power Executive Senate House Defense Judiciary Fox News Poll Media Buzz CNBC moderators repeatedly booed as http://puchinet.com/question-for/question-for-nav-users-with-98-me.php RodJo Member Joined: May 30, 2009 423 56 0 Location: Boston Vehicle: 2010 Prius Model: V Please move to the Website Questions Forum.
I suppose a lot of it depends on the psychological makeup of the one who is ridiculed, mocked, etc. Dave! Logged Hawke123 Posts: 2360 So much to learn so little time Re: Acceptable posting question. (For moderators and others) « Reply #9 on: March 26, 2016, 04:30:04 PM » Sounds like Options:Reply•Quote Re: Question for moderators and others.
It does not matter if they are correct or not. There are so many rules that even moderates can't keep track. –Michael Chernick Dec 28 '16 at 13:47 I have notice lately that in the case of self study Logged "A mind needs books as a sword needs a whetstone, if it is to keep its edge." -- Tyrion Lannister“It is always so much easier to attack someone else's position You want something, management disagrees.
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