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There's something you want to discuss with the community. You want users to answer and comment to express their views about it, rather than just voting; and you expect your question to be voted based on usefulness and quality. // Quieres debatir sobre algo con la comunidad. Quieres que los usuarios respondan y comenten para expresar su opinión sobre ello, en vez de solo votar; y esperas que tu pregunta sea votada acorde a su utilidad y calidad.

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As long as the questions fit the criteria of this site's FAQ, it should be fine to post them here. Especially if you feel the answers you've received elsewhere were inadequte. Also especially during …
answered Nov 16 '11 by Flimzy
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Yes, please add answers to old questions! This makes the site more valuable. The same goes for adding comments. And up-voting (and likewise down-voting) is always appropriate. The only time when I …
answered Jan 25 '12 by Flimzy
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Use only the original language in the title This is most consistent with every other L&U site, to my knowledge.
answered Mar 6 '12 by Flimzy
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Use both languages This would only be for questions that have been translated to both languages, and would not be a requirement for posting any questions! The new title would be translated with a sepa …
answered Mar 6 '12 by Flimzy
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Translate all titles to English This provides for uniformity.
answered Mar 6 '12 by Flimzy
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Translate all titles to Spanish This would be a little like the French site, which seems to have a preference (but no rule) for French. Although they don't seem to translate English-language questions …
answered Mar 6 '12 by Flimzy
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The summary statement of any site cannot be all-inclusive of everyone who might find an interest in the site. It's intended rather to be a general statement, so one can, at a glance, determine if the …
answered Oct 22 '14 by Flimzy
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La respuesta a su pregunta está en el Help Center. Traducido a español: ¿Qué significa "beta"? Este sitio fue creado por un proceso abierto y democratico en Stack Exchange Area 51. Los sitios creado …
answered Sep 3 '15 by Flimzy
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Questions about the meaning of a word are on topic, but it's not that simple. Questions are expected to show research effort, too. So if you ask: What does 'gato' mean? You'll gather a large collecti …
answered Jun 28 '16 by Flimzy
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I think the problem of adding "In XYZ region we say..." simply has to work itself out naturally, and often on a case-by-case basis. As contributors to the site become more familiar with the site (and …
answered Nov 16 '11 by Flimzy
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Personally, I would rather see the title in Spanish; El Idioma Español Although, admittedly, this would make more sense once the UI is in Spanish as well, which is waiting on the Localization effort …
answered Nov 15 '13 by Flimzy
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TLDR; We are a site about the Spanish Language, run on an English infrastructure. This leads to confusing contradictions, and no clear-cut answer for which language ought to be used. Questions and an …
answered Nov 18 '13 by Flimzy
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Many of these questions do have concrete answers. But you're probably right that they don't generally have very useful answers. What is probably best is to ask a slight variation, depending on the s …
answered Feb 25 '14 by Flimzy
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I addressed part of this question early on in this answer to Should we allow question and answer bodies in Spanish? where I suggest: I also think we should, when possible, try to respect the langu …
answered Sep 24 '16 by Flimzy
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I have posted a proposed site FAQ. Please offer your feedback before it is officially published!
answered Mar 1 '12 by Flimzy

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