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I don't see anything in the mod tools that would allow us to track this down. It is strange that the only post and answer the user has got a gold badge in a single day. I would hedge on the side of your argument that the user has a professional blog that is linking to it or happened to tweet it or something and got a ton of unique views. This would have to ...


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I feel the same thing, I joined this community couple of months ago. I feel that it is race to flag first, capture the badges etc. Sometime, in this race we effect the real questions or questions and also bad impact on the new customer. Ia m contributing in Couple of different SharePoint forums but this strictness i only see here. I noticed people vote ...


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I'll give you the same answer here as on the specific question (where you posted 3 separate answers to your own question): If you want people to brainstorm and feel that there is no "one single answer" you should convert your post to a wiki, I can help you with that if you want. A wiki is designed to meet the requirement of gathering this sort of ...


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Answer deleted, and reputations restored. We don't want wrong answers highlighted at Google. Thanks for letting us know (y)


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I do agree with you that in some cases the decisions has been made to quick, I will not go in to details about in which I feel this is the case, mostly due to rookieness in the moderator position. In those cases I can only apologies. But closing a question as "Unclear what you're asking" is valid in many of cases (just check the first post, before edits) ...


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First of all, I handle no disputes via informal channels (LinkedIn is not one of the formal communication channels for this community), hence I just clicked the button "I'm not interested". Secondly, and at the core here: Your answers only exists to promote your own browser extension, the promotion is the only thing in your answers, it is not just a part ...


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If you suspect voting fraud, flag the offending post for moderator intervention and describe your suspicion in detail. If the moderators determine further investigation is warranted, they will forward the case on to Stack Exchange staff, who have the ability to examine more personal details of who voted and what IP addresses the votes came from, etc., and ...


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They are rather trivial in the broad context, but in the micro, it was a problem someone was having that was resolvable. No matter how big or small, simple or complex, if we are getting people to ask and contribute, that is all we can ask for. Some of my first questions on MSDN and here were very trivial by someone's skill level, it doesn't diminish the ...


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First of all it is great that you want to help other. That is the very baseline of the StackExchange network. By asking questions and answer question users who put valuable posts here get up-votes from other users. It’s harder here than on other networks, but eventually users earn reputation point. Reputation points give access to higher privileges, such as ...


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There is a whole bunch of them: https://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/search?tab=newest&q=views%3a10000%20is%3aquestion%20score%3a0


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In my opinion, stating one singular thought and one answer per thought contradicts the format and function of the entire site. You give out an answer, but that is NOT to say that every thought needs to be it's own answer. Why not include it all in one answer? If the help center doesn't say anything about putting everything in one answer doesn't mean that ...


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