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Project Reduplication of Deduplication - Gaming / Arqade

Stack Exchange recently started a collaboration project with the University of Melbourne, in an attempt to improve the automatic detection of duplicate questions. More information on the project and ...
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A bad start or a bad question?

I've posted this question both on SE and on Reddit. The question was about necessity of alts in Eve Online. I asked, since gameplay is versatile in Eve online, what activities required alts and what ...
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Low quality/needs editing/needs moderation 'hitlists' [closed]

In order for our community to effectively find posts which need work done on them to improve their quality, I think we should all share our favourite 'hitlists' for posts which may require: closing ...
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What constitutes an answer duplicate and how should we flag them?

I have been seeing a fair few answers posted by new users, where they are simply confirming previous answers. They usually run along the lines of following a high-quality answer with a one or two ...
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What can we do to attract users that post high quality content?

Stack Overflow (SO) is probably the best website when it comes to programming. This is due to the very high-quality content it provides, maintained by the community, with strict but fair rules. I've ...
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Community Evaluation Results - #2, February 2013

Since Stack Exchange doesn't support tables (hint hint wink wink nudge nudge knowwhatImean knowwhatImean), you can click the following link to obtain the... Community Evaluation Results for February ...
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Evaluate Your Site - A Check for Quality [closed]

One of the most important aspects of being a Stack Exchange site is quality. Yes, there are lots of metrics that one can use to "measure" a site, but we don't really care about those as much as we ...