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Yes you should.

If it's the wrong place then the question will be closed or migrated. If it's the right place then the apology is meaningless.

More generally, the working principle here is that Everything that is in a question post should pertain directly to the question itself. Anything else is just unnecessary noise.

Examples:

  1. Signatures, hellos, thanks, taglines.
  2. Editorialization. "I don't think this should have been closed, because..."
  3. Ongoing discussion and dialogue with other users.

All of which can be accomodated with comments.

Yes you should.

If it's the wrong place then the question will be closed or migrated. If it's the right place then the apology is meaningless.

More generally, the working principle here is that Everything that is in a question post should pertain directly to the question itself. Anything else is just unnecessary noise.

Examples:

  1. Signatures, hellos, thanks, taglines.
  2. Editorialization. "I don't think this should have been closed, because..."
  3. Ongoing discussion and dialogue.

All of which can be accomodated with comments.

Yes you should.

If it's the wrong place then the question will be closed or migrated. If it's the right place then the apology is meaningless.

More generally, Everything that is in a question post should pertain directly to the question itself. Anything else is just unnecessary noise.

Examples:

  1. Signatures, hellos, thanks, taglines.
  2. Editorialization. "I don't think this should have been closed, because..."
  3. Ongoing discussion and dialogue with other users.

All of which can be accomodated with comments.

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Yes you should.

If it's the wrong place then the question will be closed or migrated.

If If it's the right place then the apology is meaningless.

More generally, the working principle here is that Everything that is in a question post should pertain directly to the question itself. Anything else is just unnecessary noise.

Examples:

  1. Signatures, hellos, thanks, taglines.
  2. Editorialization. "I don't think this should have been closed, because..."
  3. Ongoing discussion and dialogue.

All of which can be accomodated with comments.

Yes you should.

If it's the wrong place then the question will be closed or migrated.

If it's the right place then the apology is meaningless.

Yes you should.

If it's the wrong place then the question will be closed or migrated. If it's the right place then the apology is meaningless.

More generally, the working principle here is that Everything that is in a question post should pertain directly to the question itself. Anything else is just unnecessary noise.

Examples:

  1. Signatures, hellos, thanks, taglines.
  2. Editorialization. "I don't think this should have been closed, because..."
  3. Ongoing discussion and dialogue.

All of which can be accomodated with comments.

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Yes you should.

If it's the wrong place then the question will be closed or migrated.

If it's the right place then the apology is meaningless.