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Making a search with the keywords "text to speech is:question" gave me 12 results, of which I think only 3 would be candidates for a TTS tag. That is way too few for justifying a tag on its own - everyone can find those relevant questions quickly without a special tag. For curiosity, I tried the same search on Stackoverflow: it gave me 7465 results, whilst ...


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Unfortunately, I can't tell you why it's so difficult for a user to see their own deleted posts. That policy really doesn't make sense to me. It does make sense that you would need to achieve a threshold to see other people's deleted posts (there's probably a reason why they were deleted, and not everyone single person needs access to those). I can, however,...


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Not sure I know how to answer what goes on in the hearts and minds of other human beings, so I can only speak to the events themselves. We happened to get a direct answer from possibly one of the best inside sources of direct knowledge on the very question. Eric Lippert showed up to give a first hand account of the rationalization that went into design ...


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If you want advice about technical measures you can take against theft of your code, then that would be on-topic, but the answers will likely be disappointing because the measures are either easy to circumvent or expensive. If you want advice about non-technical, like legal, measures then that is off-topic here. Legal matters can best be discussed with a ...


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Yes, it's correctly flagged and closed. I see three major problems with the question: There's no way to discern what "bad" means. Design is already a subjective subject. What does it mean for a design of a programming language to be bad? Hard to read? Hard to write? Hard to parse, interpret, or compile? Focusing on all three is not really feasible since ...


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