Nanne
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How do we deal with "urgent!" questions?
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Should we edit the post to remove all "urgent" matters? Yes. It has no purpose on this site. Should we leave comments? To what do we refer to? Nothing in the FAQ seems to cover this. It is a good ...

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Should I revert an edit (overuse of code)?
5 votes

Highlighting commands is helpfull in some pleases, and in this case at least some are helpfull: this part of a sentence (not quoted to keep the origional layout) progress of dd once it's running can ...

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Don't vote to close if it's just a bad question -- fix it, or vote it down
3 votes

While I agree this side of the argument has a valid point (for instance, driving away certain users), there is a counter argument that is exactly the same: driving away users. The success of the site ...

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Trello status and trello sidebar-ad
1 votes

My suggestion would be to stop having the ad there. You can't (and shouldn't want to) force a community tool like Trello, and if it isn't working, it isn't working. It seems that downvoting on this ...

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Should posts be edited to have readable links?
1 votes

I think a special case should be made for URL's that are themselves interesting. For instance, if I have a manual I link to, sure, but if I say "I get redirected to http://www.example.com if I do this"...

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Can we re-open this question asking how to throttle bandwidth per-user?
1 votes

I think that the "per user" bullet is a more general case of the "per application", and therefore I'm not sure it should have a separate question. The "per application" (and, 'all applications of one ...

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