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There are three standard reasons for declining a flag: flags should not be used to indicate technical inaccuracies, or an altogether wrong answer a moderator reviewed your flag, but found no evidenc …
answered Jan 20 '12 by ChrisF
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In the first instance you should have a quick look to see if you can work out what link should be now - however, don't spend much time on this. It might be that there's a new version of the documentat …
answered Feb 18 '12 by ChrisF
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The "answer" was: I think [KanbanTool][1] a quite good solution. It helps me to organise teamwork. I can use boards to share and collaborate on work. It has also a feature of file sharing. The …
answered Dec 16 '11 by ChrisF
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That sounds like it could be a homework question! Actually on reading it now it certainly reads like a homework/interview question. I think you've identified the problem with this type of question i …
answered Dec 9 '11 by ChrisF
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It could be that a moderator reviewed your flag before the post was closed by other members of the community. If you flag and then the community effectively agrees with you by voting to close regardle …
answered Feb 21 '12 by ChrisF
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What's wrong with adding your comment via the usual "add comment" link and then voting/closing/flagging? Adding an extra, optional, step into these actions would be making the workflow more complicated. …
answered Dec 27 '11 by ChrisF
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There's a link on the 10K tools pages - https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/tools/recently-imported - (it's on this tab) that shows all the questions recently imported (the name's a give-awa …
answered Dec 30 '10 by ChrisF
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In general "no" flagging and closing isn't normally necessary. However, if it's a question that you think won't get seen by many more users with the right to vote to close then flagging is an option. …
answered Sep 23 '11 by ChrisF
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Please don't obsess over flag weight. Please do keep flagging. Spam flags tend to be handled automatically by the system - if there's enough the post is auto deleted - so there is no moderator …
answered Apr 27 '11 by ChrisF
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Like Thomas I didn't handle the flag; but, like the moderator who did, I would have declined it too. Moderators are here to do the things you can't. You shouldn't be using us as your proxy. As Thoma …
answered Apr 28 '15 by ChrisF