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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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The good part about "regional variation" is that regions can be anything, unlike "national variation" or something. We don't have to define it other than to clarify what regions we are talking about w …
answered Nov 16 '11 by hippietrail
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I think the exact same question asked in both languages would be a duplicate. Of course that can lead to the problem that the person asking the second question might not be capable enough in the othe …
answered Nov 22 '11 by hippietrail
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I would merely expect such answers to not get as many up-votes, and especially so when they have competition from other answers that do come complete with sources. It certainly never hurts to post a …
answered Nov 23 '11 by hippietrail
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I would say you as the author of the question own the copyright to it so you are free to ask it here too. Unless there is something you agreed to whereby all questions become the property of the foru …
answered Nov 16 '11 by hippietrail
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I think we should accept both English and Spanish in titles and bodies of questions and answers. But I also think that we should strongly encourage including English as well in Spanish posts to maxim …
answered Nov 16 '11 by hippietrail
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I always leave a comment to let the OP know and fix the mistakes. Once they have done so you can delete the comments that led to it. During private beta when you get to 500 rep you don't have to worr …
answered Nov 17 '11 by hippietrail
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I disagree that most questions are about translation. Most questions are about usage. Often, but not always, questions involve a comparison with English or another language. That doesn't make them tr …
answered Nov 22 '11 by hippietrail
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I think shouldn't allow is too strong wording. We shouldn't act like dictators or cops but we do want a good quality site. I don't think it's bad though to say we should encourage using only one lang …
answered Nov 27 '11 by hippietrail
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For completeness let me include the original name of the chat room as supplied by Stack Exchange: Spanish Language and Usage
answered Dec 5 '11 by hippietrail
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Having just travelled through the Balkans I think of ágora as a Greek word, but reading it here reminded me of one of my favourite Spanish words: El Zócalo
answered Dec 6 '11 by hippietrail
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Here's another variant of a literal translation: El idioma castellano y su uso
answered Dec 6 '11 by hippietrail
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One thing to consider is that the site description for all Language & Usage sites is currently the same boilerplate for all of them: Beta Q&A site for students, teachers, and linguists wanting to …
answered Nov 16 '11 by hippietrail
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Questions about English are off-topic. But there will be many cases where you need to compare some feature of Spanish with something in English. Be it translation or usage or anything. Most of these …
answered Nov 16 '11 by hippietrail
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They should be in English when there is an English term. They should be in Spanish when there is no English term but there is a Spanish term. It does not hurt to have Spanish tag synonyms for Englis …
answered Nov 16 '11 by hippietrail
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No Joel, this is wrong, Stack Exchange encourages us to edit posts to improve them for spelling, grammar, readability, and formatting. We're not supposed to change what the OP is saying though so per …
answered Dec 2 '11 by hippietrail

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