Braiam
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Creating tag synonym: the 5 points rule
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There aren't enough questions nor tags to start making synonyms that would make worth the effort. Now really if those questions are about health or fitness just retag them which would take less time ...

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Where did my VLQ flag option go?
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11 votes

Questions and answers with a positive net score can't be flagged with VLQ flag. So, a post with a +1 you can downvote it and then cast the flag ;).

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Custom close reasons for software recommendations
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Requests for hosting providers and services in general, is outside our scope, through we accept asking for applications hosted in the internet (WebApps).

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What are the rules for self-answering your question?
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This could be as starter but important points when crafting your question/answer: Be fair Don't write requirements you don't need just so your software fits better. Write what you need in a way it ...

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Impossible/impractical requests?
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This is one of those cases where OP know there's something but quite doesn't remember what. I've answered the question with the most fit the requirements.

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Is it OK to ask for a software having a particular feature?
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The question didn't have another requirement apart of: decent windows software ... that can analyse and identify MP3 songs BPM and automatically tag it to the file tags (ID3v2)? How many ...

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Does the OP have to mention obvious features?
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Yes, as many things you consider important to you and are must have include them at all cost. We don't need people to be parse but verbose (and maybe greedy) when they are looking for something they ...

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Are hosting recommendation requests on-topic?
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I wouldn´t use that question for references: haven't got a clue if a web hosting is okay to use or best to get VPS? This simple sentence has two problems... OP doesn´t even know what is the ...

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Where to put "Don't use for X" in tag wiki
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I say that if the tag is ambiguous enough so people might misuse it just remove or replace the tag.

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What to do with the server tag?
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3 votes

Can you objectively determine whether the tag does or does not apply to a given question? Kinda. Any question asking for any kind of server or server-like behaviour should go with this tag. Can ...

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Usage of [web-apps] for questions about webapps development
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I think that the other tags are already covering what he's looking for: javascript framework, REST API, Node.js, etc. web-development is just the goal but not how you plan to reach it. The other tags ...

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Edit question to fit the answer
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When a solution is cross platform and the asker ask for a specific OS solution, he's asking that must work in that OS, but doesn't care about any other OS. As long as it works in the asker OS we ...

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My question was closed as too broad, why?
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Well, in that specific question there are couple of issues that you may or may not be aware of, so lets try to fix them: The features/characteristics you are looking for are way too common! I ...

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is it a good idea to allow users to close questions easily?
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is it a good idea to allow users to close questions easily? Then when you want people to start closing questions? When we all have 200 rep? 3000 rep? 10000 rep? We need to be able to close questions ...

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Can you explain me the REAL difference between asking for the best softwares, some good softwares or some softwares?
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Best, good, etc. are subjective. Each person has a definition of what is the best for them. This was already discussed here. The third one is not good either. A good one would be: Hard drive forensic ...

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Should tags for specific software products be permitted?
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No. We are not experts in recommending software similar to Lightroom, but image editors (which would be a good tag). Nor we are supposed to be experts in software that can be used with samsung but ...

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How should we flag answers?
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If the answer doesn't fit the constraints of OP, then is NAA, if the answer lack information that allows people to evaluate accurately OP claims then is VLQ. If the answer is wrong or misleading ...

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