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I'd also include tags like tools, developer-tools, career-development, education, software, and skills in this. I found these by going through a few pages of closed and deleted posts, since posts that fall into one of the explicitly off-topic topics are often quickly deleted. Depending on the level of effort, a smaller experiment could be useful with a small ...


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Some of you may have noticed the Meta Stack Exchange post - Testing three-vote close and reopen on 13 network sites (it's linked in the featured on meta sidebar) - we've finally got this project under way and Software Engineering is one of the sites we'll be running the test on. Starting tomorrow, I'll be changing the site setting and closing and reopening ...


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As I wrote in the comments above, I first was very sceptical about this change when Robert asked for it. In the meantime, however, my opinion changed a bit and I think the positive effects of the change most probably outweigh the negative ones. Don't get me wrong, I still have the strong opinion there are currently too many community members around here who ...


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Even if you can make the question on-topic and follow our guidance for asking a good question (also consider our guidance for design review questions), I'm not entirely sure that you should. It's highly unlikely that the people answering the questions are familiar with your coursework or what the expectations of the instructor are. Most of us are ...


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This has been done. I applied the lang-hs code language for the default syntax highlighting for the tag.


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