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Tag management 2016 [duplicate]

Since it is a new year and the old Tag Management question has already over 70 answers, it is time for a new Tag Management thread. Rules of the game are basically the same: Post your suggestion as ...
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How does one handle books without errata?

My situation: My book is Differential Forms in Algebraic Topology by Loring W. Tu and Raoul Bott of which An Introduction to Manifolds by Loring W. Tu is a prequel. Neither of which appears to have ...
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Are questions about apparent errors in textbook answer keys appropriate here?

Is it appropriate to ask questions about apparent errors in textbook answer keys? I understand that these are sometimes quite narrow, but as often as not it may be the case that there is no error, ...
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Would a new tag for mistakes/typos/errata for books be useful/appropriate?

Maybe it could be called book-errata? I cannot give many examples of discussions from math.SE offhand but at least one example from here https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/34641/find-limit-of-...
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I have found an error in a book/paper, what do I do?

This is a continuation of the discussion Would a new tag for mistakes/typos/errata for books be useful/appropriate?, where it was suggested that the FAQ might contain guidelines concerning the ...
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Math Review - Proposal on area 51

I created a new proposal at area 51 its called Math Review (http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/90443/math-review) and it is intended to be a Q&A site concerning troubles one find while ...
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Is there an online collaborative errata clearinghouse? [closed]

When I read math books, especially in translation, I frequently find errors. Even "minor" errors such as a misplaced minus sign can cost an hour or even a day when it appears in unfamiliar material. ...