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What is the correct etiquette on discovering a "dodgy" question?
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In my opinion, those are all valid responses. Depends on what you mean by "dodgy". Below are some opinions about some of the related issues. I've tried to highlight the fact that these are opinions ...

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Let's get critical: Mar 2014 Site Self-Evaluation
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My evaluation methodology remains the same: copy the text of the question and do a google search; look for the first non-pm answer and determine if it is better or worse than the given answer. Then I ...

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Shall this site have an specific definition of "shopping question"?
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Interesting question. I concur with the other answers, but I'll add that "What's the best way to..." is semantically similar to "What's the prettiest girl..." - the answer depends on the ...

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Let's get critical: Dec 2013 Site Self-Evaluation
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Every time I do a site self-evaluation, I wind up learning as much about my assumptions as I do about the site. Midway through this time I realized that I was supposed to evaluate both Q&A, so my ...

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Our two year anniversary is coming up, how should we celebrate?
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PMI grants CPE/PDU for blogging on their site. I wonder who we'd need to contact to arrange credit for answering questions here.

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Revisiting Tool Recommendation Questions
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I believe this question should be closed. Our community consensus on tool recommendations seems to be evolving. I think that the referenced question is outside our desired scope. I don't think it is ...

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Uncommented downvotes
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I hear you - but on other sites where I participate, explanations on comments are invitations to personal abuse. This leads to arguments in comments which, IMHO, damage the site far more than the ...

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Why do some moderators use handles instead of their real names?
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Because freedom. I infer from your question that you prefer a strongly attributed community - one with real names and images. I respectfully disagree with you. It is difficult to ask any ...

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Does our site need active editors?
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Things that would facilitate more editing: Editing Standards/guidelines If we collectively define quality, then I'm more likely to edit towards quality. Editing conventions are, in my opinion, the ...

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How should we adapt the "What is an acceptable answer" post to fit PMSE?
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I'll step up to arrogance and offer some opinions. First, I really like the question; I wish that other SE sites took this kind of care. I think that there are couple of clusters here. Like @...

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How to ask for peer feedback on a free MVP of a pm related product here?
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PM:SE is for practical problem in project management; you're asking for feedback on a solution. It is permissible to ask a question and then answer your own question. IF you revise the second ...

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Candidates to merge?
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I think they are distinct, but that merging them will create a question/answer with more value.

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How Should Our Community Handle Questions Asked From Non-PM Perspectives?
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Personally I would prefer a site that is narrowly scoped around practical problems in project management. I think Mr. Willeke articulates one vision for PM:SE very well - it is a valid vision, but ...

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