Qiaochu Yuan
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Preventing extremely wrong tags
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After you accrue 10k+ reputation, you get access to the tools menu, which has, among other things, a list of the most recently created tags. Users with 10k+ reputation can use this list to help police ...

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A Big List Type Question
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I think this would be fine. Certainly it's not a crime to have an answer to your own big-list questions. (It's not even a crime to have an answer to your own ordinary questions, although I am somewhat ...

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Strange sequence of upvotes
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Nothing's showing up in the catalog of suspicious vote patterns, and none of the people who have voted for you at least 28 times look particularly suspicious. It is possible this was just the system ...

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Anyone paying attention to tag wikis?
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I've only seen one tag wiki edit so far, but it pops up in my notifications so it's hard to ignore.

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What is the role of the '[tag-removed]' tag?
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Yes, sorry, I was going to do this on the initial thread and forgot. [tag-removed] means two things: the first meaning is its original meaning on MO, and the second meaning is an unintended meaning ...

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Proper use of the (homework) tag redux
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It might help for me to describe more thoroughly where I'm coming from. Questions are being posted to math.SE much more quickly than they used to be, and average question quality also subjectively ...

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Feature request: hide specific questions
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Partial solution: I bit the bullet and started hiding a few tags I was pretty sure I generally didn't want to look at. This lets me hide some recent questions by tagging them with those tags if ...

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tags for off-topic questions: what to do?
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Regarding 2: isn't this what tag-removed is for? I thought I had used this tag before, but someone seems, funnily enough, to have removed it...

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Retroactive automatic editing of question punctuation affecting correctness
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To be honest, this is an incredibly small exception to the general idea that it's probably a good idea to get rid of multiple punctuation marks, and is very unlikely to be an issue for more than a ...

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Centralized solutions to textbook problems considered harmful?
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I would prefer that this not happen. If you want to do this, don't indicate where the problems come from, and change their wording.

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