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elect our (Provisional) Moderators

In accordance with these guidelines, we should be participating in Moderator nomination discussions. Add another answer to this question for your nomination for a ...
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math.SE and Winter Bash 2013

Note: See robjohn's answer below for the surprising result. Thanks to everyone for voicing their opinions! As the year draws to a close, the Stack Exchange network is planning another Winter Bash. ...
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What sorts of posts would you like to see on the Math.SE blog?

This question is to gather community input on what sorts of posts we should have on the upcoming math.SE blog. If you have an idea for a type of blog post, post it as an answer below. Vote up an ...
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'Tis the season to be…

...wearing your hat! December is just around the corner, and that means that a few annual traditions will soon be here. One, of course, is Kwanzaa. Another is Stack Exchange's Winter Bash! For those ...
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Do we want community polls?

I have seen that TeX.SE has community polls on their meta site. Those are polls conducted on their meta to find out various things about user base. Similar polls were conducted on mathematica.SE, on ...
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Logo ideas/proposals

Right now, math.stackexchange has the same look as every other beta SE 2.0 site. However, we will eventually need our own logo. Please post as answers below, your logo proposals for this site. One per ...
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Should we eliminate protecting?

There are many users who, at the moment, have less than 10 rep. There are many reasons why, including the fact that they haven't come across a question in their expertise, or that they don't have any ...
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How should we deal with ill-founded questions?

Inspired by this question on the parent site. Somewhat related to this meta question, but people who ask ill-founded questions are not necessarily cranks. People will continue to ask questions ...