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If in doubt, post the question on Meta first?

The best thing to do is to read the Help Center, and specifically, in your case, where your questions are not off-topic, but not that well received: How do I ask a good question? That said, Meta is ...
Phrancis's user avatar
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Are practical user-created languages suitable for a tag creation?

I think about this not as a user-created language but as a Code Review community project. Most importantly: Don't create a tag too soon. In my opinion it's easier to create tags than get rid of them. ...
Simon Forsberg's user avatar
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Rubberduck is growing out of SE chat

Done. Rubberduck played a big role in the history of Code Review. If the links ever change, make sure you update your question so people can still find the way.
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Are practical user-created languages suitable for a tag creation?

I disagree with Simon's answer, simply because it fails to explicitly address (one of) the most important rule(s) when tagging: Every question should have a language tag. Not just any language tag, ...
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Do I earn reputation for posts on Meta?

No, you don't get any reputation on Meta, but you can actually get the Mortarboard badge for earning 200 reputation in one day. So even though you don't get any reputation, you can actually get 200 ...
Simon Forsberg's user avatar
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Do I earn reputation for posts on Meta?

ok I dare to write a self anser, since I just found the relevant text on what is meta: Votes on meta do not affect your reputation; your meta reputation is the same as your reputation on Code ...
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Allow users to vote to migrate a question from meta.codereview to main

There's no option for users to migrate from meta to main, because that only ever happens once in a blue moon - there's theoretically no solid grounds to enable that migration path. The current way to ...
Mathieu Guindon's user avatar
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Unifying "Is {language} on-topic?" questions under one tag scheme

Unification is great! But we don't need a new tag for that. All questions mentioning a language by name: discussionscopespecific-language. Yes, this only covers less than half of the questions you ...
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Unifying "Is {language} on-topic?" questions under one tag scheme

We should tag them with scopelanguage-scope Note: In case it's not been clear we're talking about Meta tags. It should be noted that Mast's answer is in agreement with the groupings in the question. ...
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