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Is there any way to take legal action on the inflammatory answers?

A lot of those chaps are trolls. Don't respond. Flag em, don't give them a response. They'll go away eventually. Practically Its probably a lot of trouble, money and multiple jurisdictions. SE isn't ...
Journeyman Geek's user avatar
12 votes
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Can we have a suggestion for meta post "Guidelines for new users answering questions" at the answer popup?

Ok.
Shog9's user avatar
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5 votes
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To which users is the "Guidelines for new users" pop up is shown?

Originally planned as a part of EULA: Heuristics for detecting a bad answer? in late 2010. If the score is below a (configurable) threshold, we will present the user with an answer EULA and some ...
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3 votes

Is this a bug or am I missing something?

If I remember correctly, the user "Surya Kanta Bose Chowdhury" contributed many posts but deleted his account later. This is a new account with the same name and somehow one old post got ...
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New users and community responsibility

I understand your intention of helping a user. But there are some cases which we have to consider. That was posted as an answer. This is the main reason in deleting the post. The post which you ...
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3 votes

Should a famous Hindu Swamiji, Guru, Indologist, Hindu book writer etc. were to join this forum

Good question. If the site becomes popular, then possibly some learned people may get attracted to contribute here. Should they cite scriptural sources? Yes, if this is the rule for a normal user ...
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Should a famous Hindu Swamiji, Guru, Indologist, Hindu book writer etc. were to join this forum

First of all Hinduism Stack Exchange is a Q/A site/community not a forum. Citing own books or articles. From Help Center > Our model: Avoid overt self-promotion. The community tends to vote ...
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