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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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Of the things which you mention in your Cosas no tan buenas it is the first one which is the most worrying for the future of the site because if there are only a few very active users then if they dec …
answered Nov 18 '16 by mdewey
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Questions about etymology are, of course, welcome on the site. As I am sure you have found out as a long time user of the site the source most people use is the dictionary of the Spanish Royal Academy …
answered Aug 23 '20 by mdewey
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From the perspective of a recently joined user, a native English speaker, it is very reassuring when you post your first question(s) to have them up-voted or at least commented on as it does mean at l …
answered Aug 1 '16 by mdewey
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Neither Leave a gentle comment and then wait. If the OP does not come back to clarify the post and narrow down the questions within a few days then the question should be flagged for closure as too br …
answered Sep 14 '17 by mdewey
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I am a reluctant editor so my view may be rather extreme but I would only edit if (a) there is clearly a typo, (b) to add new information from a comment, (c) to add or delete a tag. Many of my …
answered Oct 24 '19 by mdewey
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Let me put a different point of view so that people have something to comment on. Suppose two people ask the same question but one asks in English, the other in Spanish and you have no further informa …
answered Oct 13 '16 by mdewey
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One or two per day should be the maximum.
answered Mar 12 '18 by mdewey
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What contribution(s) to Meta (no more than three examples) would you say best exemplify your prospective moderation style?
answered Sep 8 '19 by mdewey
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What contribution(s) to Meta (no more than three examples) would you say best exemplify your prospective moderation style? I asked this last time as well.
answered Sep 29 '20 by mdewey
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I am not sure whether this should be a new question as a feature request but it seem relevant here. When I see posts in the low quality queue the thing I really miss is any way of recommending that th …
answered Dec 17 '20 by mdewey
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1 diacritics are broader in concept than accents but most diacritics in Spanish are accents. 2 accentuation is a proper subset of orthography but it does little harm to include it.
answered Jun 11 '18 by mdewey
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I have been visiting the site for a while now and enjoyed reading. I have also asked a few questions but recently my flow has dried up. One reason is that as I have read other answers I have an increa …
answered Aug 28 '17 by mdewey
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If we think about the situation where a question has several answers then how do we choose which to vote for, or which to accept? Surely we do this based on some internal set of criteria about what ma …
answered Oct 13 '18 by mdewey
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One disadvantage of graduation is that the limits for contributing to the review process are much higher. If we believe, as I do, that it is best to have a wide pool of potential reviewers and not rel …
answered Feb 8 '19 by mdewey
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The question to which you link has two answers which seem to me to cover the issue from two directions. One of them addresses the learner who knows how to say the word but not write it, the other addr …
answered Sep 7 '20 by mdewey

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