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I actually provided an example of this in my nomination, which you can find herehere. The tl;dr is I thought some questions about Starcraft 2 build orders should be closed as being too broad or primarily opinion based, but @LessPop_MoreFizz convinced me that I was being a big silly face and so my opinion changed accordingly.

  1. A new question appears! It's a little weird and unlike anything you've seen. The community starts discussing how to handle it, and it's both been closed and reopened. What do? Some examplesSome examples.

I actually provided an example of this in my nomination, which you can find here. The tl;dr is I thought some questions about Starcraft 2 build orders should be closed as being too broad or primarily opinion based, but @LessPop_MoreFizz convinced me that I was being a big silly face and so my opinion changed accordingly.

  1. A new question appears! It's a little weird and unlike anything you've seen. The community starts discussing how to handle it, and it's both been closed and reopened. What do? Some examples.

I actually provided an example of this in my nomination, which you can find here. The tl;dr is I thought some questions about Starcraft 2 build orders should be closed as being too broad or primarily opinion based, but @LessPop_MoreFizz convinced me that I was being a big silly face and so my opinion changed accordingly.

  1. A new question appears! It's a little weird and unlike anything you've seen. The community starts discussing how to handle it, and it's both been closed and reopened. What do? Some examples.
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