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Can we add a custom close reason specific to Area 51?

This unravels a general discoverability problem inherent to what Area 51 is about. On the one hand, you want your example questions to show there's enough unique content to justify the creation of a ...
Robert Cartaino's user avatar
5 votes
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Why were these questions closed in Defintion?

You are correct that some of these questions may not technically be closed as an "exact duplicate" on the actual site — but for the purpose of presenting the strongest possible Definition for ...
Robert Cartaino's user avatar
4 votes

Why were these questions closed in Defintion?

Few suggestions. Question: What programming languages can I use to create a smart contract? It's a list question, see: What is the definition of a list question? These kind of questions are ...
kenorb's user avatar
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Should I ask off-topic questions?

According to the text above, I should ask off-topic. No, that's not what it says. It says if you're not sure whether a question would be off-topic or not, you should ask it. If you're skeptical about ...
Glorfindel's user avatar
1 vote

One of the off-topic reasons on discuss.A51 has a fatal wording error

The discussion zone is a forum for discussing proposed sites. While it uses the same Q&A format, the meta side of Area51 (or any site) is not a site of it's own. This close reason is used when ...
James Jenkins's user avatar

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