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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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This "problem" occurs in the English Language & Usage SE as well, although maybe the level of variation is different. In that case, each person says "Concerning this zone... etc" and you know what Eng …
answered Nov 16 '11 by Alenanno
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I totally agree with you that it's a negative practice, no doubt on that. Unfortunately, we can't really force the OP to accept and we even can't accept it by ourselves, of course. So what can we do? …
answered Feb 21 '12 by Alenanno
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Like we did in other sites, allow both. English must be there because it's the StackExchange sites' language. Spanish must be there as well, since this SE site is about Spanish. There's no reason …
answered Nov 16 '11 by Alenanno
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I agree with Flimzy. But let me analyse the question from a different perspective: The point is not about the quality itself of the question, since this is totally independent of being "off topic". I …
answered Nov 24 '11 by Alenanno
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I agree with you, questions should be written in a single language. In another question, "Should we allow question and answer bodies in Spanish?" we treated a similar subject. I voted for both, but …
answered Nov 27 '11 by Alenanno
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Who ever said that it should be avoided? Whoever said that is wrong. :P On every FAQ of every Stack Exchange site you'll see this So I'd say that, like hippietrail said, it's even encouraged! …
answered Dec 2 '11 by Alenanno
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I agree that in most cases, mixing two questions like that is not the best for SL&U. As you said, direct Etymology questions to EL&U (if they are good questions, not every single entry... :D eheh) Co …
answered Feb 21 '12 by Alenanno
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Tags are created automatically when you tag your question with a tag that doesn't exist. If that tag is used, it will survive. If not, it will disappear by itself. So, since you can create them, try t …
answered Dec 6 '11 by Alenanno
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Well, I vote for the second one, personally. It's true it's mostly used by linguists, but it's kind of the most spread way to signal not an "incorrect" sentence, but an ungrammatical sentence. In a …
answered Dec 8 '11 by Alenanno
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I think it works. Maybe just a couple of mentions: The first one, that we can probably group in a "larger" category, which is the "tell me what is this audio about" kind of question. Do we want to al …
answered Mar 1 '12 by Alenanno
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My take on this: Do we need the standard-spanish tag? No, this entire site is already about standard spanish. Rather, you could use tags for other varieties, that could work. But having this tag …
answered Jun 21 '12 by Alenanno
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I agree with Flimzy and I wanted to add something of my own too. I think you should ask for research efforts for every type of translation you see, apparently banal or not. For example, I've asked on …
answered Jan 24 '12 by Alenanno
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I really don't think there is a problem about that. In the English Language & Usage my ratio is 239 answers/0 questions, and I'm one of the top users! You use Stack Exchange according to your needs …
answered Nov 30 '11 by Alenanno
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If the image is something simple, like a table or an image with words and arrows, I do it myself, take a screenshot and post it. If it's something not simple, there are sites that allow linking or em …
answered Nov 23 '11 by Alenanno