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27 votes

Close-vote threshold lowered from five to three

Yes. I surveyed the recent close-vote history, and it's clear that there is a good quorum at three votes. Pulling out yesterday's reviews, it's clear that almost all the votes for closing questions ...
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Why was "Get minimum of four and maximum up to a limit" not reopened after the code was fixed?

Thanks for bringing this question to attention. I have run the program and verified that it indeed produces the expected output given the sample input. I have therefore upvoted and reopened the ...
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Close-vote threshold lowered from five to three

This is now live! Thanks for your patience. When I came to check out the discussion here, it was nice to see good support - y'all have an active site and I know that you likely get a good amount of ...
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Close-vote threshold lowered from five to three

Since I'm the one being cited, I may as well write an update clarifying my stance back then and my current one. It started out in December with me linking in chat to the MSO post, a little earlier ...
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Please reopen this question on templates vs. non-templates in C++

I, and from what I'm reading, others too, are having significant problems understanding just exactly what the asker wants his code to do. He describes that people normally build webpages via string ...
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Why was "Get minimum of four and maximum up to a limit" not reopened after the code was fixed?

I voted to leave it closed because the revised version removed the problem description that the code was purporting to address. So although the code was updated, it would have earned an "unclear what ...
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Request to re-open "Find out relation between Devices…" question

First I'd like to apologies that you've been put in this horrible situation. Whilst your code was off-topic to start off with, you've tried many ways to get the question to be on-topic. Mostly to be ...
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Please reopen "Trick circumvents [position: sticky] restriction to parent"?

it seems that the issue is that you needed to have content in the HTML enough to make it scroll before the button. I have added a stack snippet example that works for me and reopened the question.
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Please reopen "PHP: Object for HTML hyperlink"

I agree that it now has (more than) enough context, and that close reason is no longer valid. When it was closed, the question was confusing, and had other context problems. Now that the question is ...
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Request to re-open "Find out relation between Devices…" question

It happens regularly that the code in the post is broken (or otherwise not ready for review), but the problem is too complex to explain or demonstrate in the limited space afforded by a comment, and ...
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Vote to Reopen Prompt Bug

This has been appearing network wide. Apparently Adam Lear pushed a fix that should be going into production with "the next build". As such I'm marking this as status-completed
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May I get my question opened as I finished the prerequisite of working code?

See the last section of the Help Center documentation: What does it mean if a question is "closed" or "on hold"? - Why are some questions marked "closed"? Questions are ...
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Request to re-open "Find out relation between Devices…" question

The code in question, although you state it is your code and you maintain it and you have added enough context, is too much obfuscated. In its current form it just looks too much like example code ...
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