Linked Questions

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What would you say is the biggest problem Code Review is facing as a site as of June 2015?

Hopefully, by raising concerns, we may generate some ideas for improving the site!
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Stack Exchange Data Explorer is up. What now, Wonderland?

If you didn't know already, the Stack Exchange Data Explorer (SEDE) now includes Code Review and all public StackExchange beta sites. Bookmark: http://data.stackexchange.com/codereview/queries ...
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Let's make More Community Ads!

Back in April we got together and put together a shortlist of community ads that can be posted to other graduated sites. That was a very successful campaign with probably a thousand or two "click ...
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2018 Moderator Election Q&A - Question Collection

So... there might be some kind of news stirring. Stuff and things and such. In light of these recent events, Code Review is scheduled for an election next week, March 26th. In connection with that, we ...
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2014: What a ride!

Here we are, with another year [almost] behind us. 2014 has been very, very special on Code Review, and that has been completely because of you. 2014 was ...glittering. We've put Code Review on the ...
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Code Review Graduation

I am pleased to announce that effective from September 22, Code Review has graduated! It has taken a bit of time for this announcement to filter through the red tape, so, today was the day we found ...
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Congratulations! Code Review is undergoing design-independent graduation!

It's a big day. You've been cleared for graduation by the Stack Exchange Community Team! Code Review has already met our threshold for graduation-worthy sites, and today joins in the new design-...
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Does Code Review systematically prefer the least important code, and what can we do about it?

There are already a large number of intrinsic hurdles before production code can get reviewed; it can be against company policy, paid developers are likely less open to criticisms and new coders are ...
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Jack of All Trades, Master of None - Let's work together to offer ultimately better content, faster

Nhgrif pointed out a great idea: Teamwork "I think it's probably best if the question instead has several good answers that each address a specific topic. The result will be that no single ...
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How can we get noticed on search engines?

We've got plenty of Google on Code Review — enough to burn. But how much does Code Review appear on Google? This is an important question, because Google drives traffic to Stack Exchange ??? Profit!...
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Reviewing code logic/algorithm

This: Welcome to Code Review! I'm afraid this question does not match what this site is about. Code Review is about improving the cleanliness of existing, working code. Code Review is not the site ...
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Do we even need to keep following [meta-tag:site-policy]?

I recently stumbled across site-policy. The tag has: 77 questions of which 10 are tagged faq and of which 11 are tagged specific-question no tag wiki the following tag excerpt: This tag is for ...
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Call of Duty II - We're still on a mission

Briefing. November 16, 2013. In response to a not-so-shiny Stack Exchange Community Managers' review of our favorite Stack Exchange site and seeing that about 10% of the site's content consisted of ...
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What ever happened to Code Review “graduating”? [duplicate]

Last September, Meta got the triumphal announcement that "Code Review SE is graduating!". But eight months later, the site still looks and acts very much like a beta site. It even has "Beta" in the ...