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Short answers and code-only answers
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If it's a good library for that particular problem I'd upvote the answer. It's useful and could help the OP, so why shouldn't I upvote it? It usually isn't harmful, so I think it would be bad to ...

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What should our elevator pitch be?
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Are you sure that your code is clean? Test it!

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Can this test-case timing analysis question explanation be improved?
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2 votes

Placing a bounty on it might help.

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Should I ask a separate question?
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I would ask two separate questions because (as you said) they are totally independent and smaller questions are easier to answer. (You can link them, of course.) If there is a chance that they are ...

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Increase number of edits before post becomes community wiki
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A workaround could be an external editor. It can save you a few edits. I've been using one since my first Stack Overflow post because it helps accessing my posts when I'm offline.

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Should [interview-questions] be burninated?
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It's rather a meta tag (like homework) but I find it interesting to see what's going on interviews. Furthermore it helps to distinguish homework questions from interview questions which are sometimes ...

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Are badges with a negative connotation useful?
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It's not bad to ask a question without any attention or at least it's not the questioner's fault. (If a question is bad it usually get downvotes and maybe it will be closed.) I think the tumbleweed ...

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Duplicate answers - clean them up?
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In the linked question the answers were posted almost the same time, the answerers probably wrote them parallel. I don't know what's the policy about this on Stack Overflow but as far as I see it's ...

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Code review for learning purposes
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I think the only questionable part from the I'm confused! What questions are on-topic for this site? section of the FAQ is the 3rd point: Is it actual code from a project rather then pseudo-code or ...

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Interview questions
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They are ontopic and very welcome on Code Review SE. We already have a tag for them with 20+ questions: interview-questions. Please note that non-compiling and pseuode-code usually are not a problem ...

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Question closed with no link to reopen
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According to the revision page of the question it has been locked by Community♦. It has seven deleted answers and it's and example code, not an actual code from a project. I think the latter was the ...

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Should I attempt to have a large amount of code reviewed?
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I'd do it in small pieces. Firstly post the most important part of your application then wait for a few reviews. If somebody points out a bad practice and it exists in other parts of the application ...

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Making Code Review a resource for examples on software design issues
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What about general community wiki questions and answers? An example question would be How should I name my variables in Java? An answer could contain a link to the Code Conventions for the Java ...

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Move insufficiently answered question to stackoverflow?
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The FAQ says that "Code Review - Stack Exchange is for sharing code from projects you are working on for peer review". I've just flagged it with the the following message: There is no code, maybe ...

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Flagged questions aren't showing up in my flagging summary
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Once I've noticed the same with "Duplicate of https://stackoverflow.com/..." or similar flag message. Maybe it's a feature, since in this case users could use the close function. Unfortunately there ...

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