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There is a link to the blog faq in the blog's about page: If you have a suggestion for a post here, see the Blog FAQ on meta.... It might be nice to have a link to the faq from the main page, …
answered Oct 8 '15 by user642796
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From the Meta Stack Exchange bounty faq: Can I award a bounty to my own answer? No. This used to be possible, but it has been disabled. The user would not get the reputation back, and the bou …
answered Dec 29 '15 by user642796
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This is sort-of already implemented via the MathJax Contextual Menu.
answered Jan 18 '13 by user642796
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If you are only looking for questions of yours that have no accepted answer you can use the search user:me hasaccepted:no. To get a list of your questions with no accepted answer but at least one answ …
answered Feb 2 '17 by user642796
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It has just been announced on Meta Stack Overflow that Stack Exchange is sunsetting Documentation. As they are freezing this on the site it was designed for, it's probably safe to say that it isn't co …
answered Aug 1 '17 by user642796
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I don't see this as a big problem at all. First of all, getting the odd +4 rep when +2 may have sufficed is not a very big deal in the grand scheme of reputation (which, against even Asaf's protestat …
answered Jan 25 '14 by user642796
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Most of Rebecca Chernoff's suggestions still apply: contact the user in comments to see if they can provide an updated link/image. if possible, try to remedy the situation using the information avai …
answered Apr 16 '15 by user642796
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This has been somewhat solved, at least as far as math.SE is concerned, where the use of diplayed (block) equations is no longer allowed in titles. More specifically, if you attempt to include $$ in a …
answered Oct 3 '14 by user642796
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While such questions may be on topic on Mathematics Educators, remember that MathEd.SE is a very young public beta site. Generally migrating questions to beta sites is at least slightly discouraged. …
answered Apr 2 '14 by user642796
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These lists are automatically generated by a formula as described here. According to this accepted MSO answer, in the past there was no intent to change the formula to account for the reputation of v …
answered Dec 10 '13 by user642796
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Voting is anonymous. By design. That's never going to change. Should users wish to reveal how they voted on a post and why by commenting on the post, this is largely up to them. Even then, sometimes s …
answered Sep 5 '15 by user642796
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I personally didn't expect to see many viable candidates nominate themselves in the first 24 hours. Granted, I also didn't expect the level of trollish nominations we're currently seeing. Right now it …
answered Dec 9 '14 by user642796
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Flag decisions are not reversable. Once a flag has been been marked helpful/disputed/declined, it's a done deal. An old feature-request to allow moderators to reverse flag decisions has been marked st …
answered Sep 26 '15 by user642796
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proof-theory If your question is not about the area of mathematic logic called proof theory, do not use the proof-theory tag. Questions requesting proofs for a particular statement, or about how/w …
answered Nov 5 '15 by user642796
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This already exists, somewhat, in the form of an association bonus. Essentially, if you earn 200 reputation on any Stack Exchange site, then each of your associated accounts on Stack Exchange sites w …
answered Sep 19 '16 by user642796

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