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Soliciting votes in this manner goes against spirit of how we vet content, and we cannot allow this type of activity. While we encourage everyone to up-vote great posts, the motivation for doing so needs to be anchored in the merits of the post, not some other criteria like the post's age or something like this vote-by-request. I do not suspect completely ...


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No, for a simple reason. There's another problem here: has a score of 0 The Roomba (or this task, specifically) only deletes questions with score = 0. That means there's a very simple solution, and one that helps the site as a whole: people need to vote. If people aren't voting, the site won't work. That affects more than the effectiveness of the ...


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I checked all the deleted, non-closed questions from the period from 2014-02-14 through 2014-03-15 and found only one that has been deleted by the one-year rule (at least 365 days old, no answer, score of 0 (or 1 if the owner is deleted), at most 1 comment, and low views): An iOS app for OTP that supports custom durations That's out of 45 questions posted ...


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The Roomba needs to go away for this site. (It also needs to be changed for the other SE sites, but that's another story.) First, let me say that this site is different than other StackExchange sites. Questions may not get attention because they are specialized, but that does not mean the questions are so poor that we should be deleting people's content. ...


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You haven't posted anything as of the time of this writing with the account you used to post this meta question. It's possible that you used a different account to post it, but I'm on mobile at the moment and can't investigate very far right now. When I get home I'll look closer.


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