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Discussion on the appropriateness of edits

I think apart from personal preferences, the way how a question or an answer is altered and how links are embedded is crucial in any edit. The main reason for carefully considering the extent of an ...
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Friends, how could a question about an idea with its own article in the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy be closed as off-topic?

It's entirely possible to reopen questions that have been closed. Just vote to reopen. I've done it successfully for many closed questions. When I cast a reopen vote on the question referenced here, ...
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Friends, are we currently deleting too many questions and answers?

On deletion of answers There are clear guidelines regarding deletion of answers in the help center that go well beyond "abusive, spam, posted in bad faith, or entirely unrelated to the question", see ...
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Discussion on the appropriateness of edits

Hi: I tend to restrict editing to the correction of spelling and grammar and of factual errors such as (recently) a reference to 'John Hopkins' medical school. It's 'Johns Hopkins', of course. A while ...
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