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### History and development of mathematics

I'm HDE 226868, one of the mods on HSM, finally writing up something for this. I should add that I put forth a similar question on Physics. There's absolutely no need to follow the same viewpoints or ...
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### History of Science and Math is now in public beta

Let me expand on this: At the moment the site is very young. This means that we need to build up a core community in running the site. MSE is one of the main "big brothers" of HSM so asking for some ...
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### How to protect against the thought police?

I highly doubt that the comment was deleted just because someone disliked it (and brought it up with the SE staff). For myself, I did feel that the comment was borderline. It is relevant to the post ...
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Lie of omission or lying by omission are established notions, which also have legal meanings. The intent, I am pretty certain, is to cover this, from Wikipedia page on Lie: Lying by omission Also ...
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### Meta Stack Exchange in relationship with the site Meta of Mathematics Stack Exchange

The site Meta Stack Exchange is a site in its own right. You can ask questions about the Stack Exchange Network there, and questions that concern all or at least several sites in the Stack Exchange ...
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### Are my SE questions too difficult?

I have answered or commented on some of the questions of the OP, which are very much in my area. I can propose a possible reason why "most questions are unsolved yet, some of them up to a month old". ...
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### How can one tell if a feature request posted here has been seen by someone who can attend to it?

The standard procedure to complete a feature-request is to add a mod-only status-tag status-declined, status-completed, status-deferred. This happens, as can be seen from inspecting the relevant tags,...
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### Reputation increase not visible.

The inbox and the achievements in the top-bar are network-wide by design. That is, notifications of all your accounts are aggregated into one stream. If you want information specific to one site you ...
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Funny discovery. I presume that the intention, though not the wording, was to prevent postings that fall into other forbidden categories (such as "false, inaccurate" in the quotation, or illegal) ...
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I think the question is rather vague and would be improved by including an example. Right now, the answer would appear to be "Well, it depends on what $f$, $t$ and $g$ are" - which isn't a very ...