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According to a latest answer posted on Meta SE, to the author of a post, the names of the users who voted to close that post, won't be shown any longer. That's why you are not being able to see which users closed your question. The author actually no longer sees who voted to close their question in the post notice. They can still see them via the revision ...


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I have been a member of Philosophy.SE for over a year and Hinduism.SE for only a few months. Overall I find the 'rules' on Hinduism.SE being run by few individuals who have defined the rules most unfairly. There is too much power in the running of the exchange by a few individuals. Philosophy .SE is run much more fairly. Answers can have opinions on ...


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Your question is subset of marked question. Vishnu Avatars of Current Mahayauga are already covered in question of Manvantara which asks chronological order of all Vishnu Avatars (which also includes 28th Mahayuga). Hence your question is duplicate of other question.


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There's nothing to panic if a user close voted your question. Lets assume that he close voted unknowingly or say he is not sure of how to use his privileges so whats the best you can do is post a comment to the user saying that the question may be related but not duplicate so please retract your close vote. If the user doesn't retract his close vote, then ...


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Let me explain you in detail of why your question was closed. Also, I will post this answer as a general user and not as a user who is finding points to defend because I was the last user to close your post. It was not closed by one person, its closed by five users so that means these five users agree that it is opinion based or lets think that these five ...


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Edit: Now I've closed your question as a duplicate to a canonical question which is related to yours so that we don't have the same question with different food item names. Your question was closed by me and one other user. The reason is defined already which says "This question does not appear to be about Hindu religion, within the scope defined in ...


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Firstly, I must say that the Q&A pair is a very commendable job and thank you for that. Coming to the post itself, I mentioned this on that question as well: It is too broad, no doubt, Stack Exchange isn't a place for a "list of things", like posts. However, this post is certainly quite useful both as a duplicate target and as a place to know the ...


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This is a terrible idea. Voting is anonymous by design; one significant reason for that is to prevent the poster from retaliating against the voter, be it by harassment or revenge-voting or whatever other means (it's easy to forget Be Nice when somebody votes against you). By the tone of your post here, sectarian tensions are already an issue on this site, ...


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Carmen and Rickross are right that it's due to recent feature change. Orginally, it is the New Post Notices rollout feature announcement that was posted on MSE in Oct'19, followed by Blog in August'19. Still the name of close voters were visible to post author. Yet another thread started for improving this feature and it was suggested to hide the name of ...


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Yes, just click on "Advance Search Tips" while searching: And you'll find some useful syntax as follows: As highlighted, you can filter questions based on their status, here you can use closed:yes or closed:1 to filter questions which are closed. For detailed information on searching and filtering posts based on various parameters, visit How do I ...


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Following thread discussed your concern: Send authors an inbox message if their question is put on hold Several commentators and answers agree that, there is a need to notify the OP about the [possible] closure of the question.


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