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Because worst software bug can, in fact, be measured -- how much damage did the bug cause in billions of dollars? How many children were killed by this bug? Did the company go out of business because …
answered Jan 28 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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I personally think this could work, but it doesn't help that the question is so short. For one thing, there's no rationale; invite answerers to explain why the OP thinks it could be beneficial to a p …
answered Jun 2 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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Er.. what? Just take the default. The default is what you want, it's just plain off topic. This question… is off topic Questions on Programmers are expected to be about subjective issues …
answered Feb 24 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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Well, consider the question, which contains no less than five distinct questions. I am literally quoting from the text of the question here: Is there just a dearth of c# talent in Chicago? A …
answered Sep 27 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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If you disagree with a closure you can vote to open it, provided you have 3k rep. That one is borderline so IMHO it could go either way (and already has). I agree with the principle that the determin …
answered Dec 29 '10 by Jeff Atwood
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It's because programmers, unless you tell them to be strict, think every question is a duplicate of some other question if they squint their eyes hard enough. See: http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2010 …
answered Feb 18 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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Changing to: Questions on Programmers are expected to be about subjective issues in software development, within the scope defined in the faq.
answered Sep 8 '10 by Jeff Atwood
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Well, in this specific case, Programmers is a bit unusual because it's a proving grounds for a lot of network learning about "how do we allow constructive subjective questions?" -- something we did no …
answered Jan 18 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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Did you, perchance, take a look at the FAQ? It's linked all over the place, including the top of the page the bottom of the page on the mandatory greeting for new users (two places) on the /question …
answered Mar 11 '11 by Jeff Atwood