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Comparison chart of site progress over the years or over the last few months?

One way is to use Internet Archive as discussed here You can find some snap shots for earlier months and year there. I've tabulated data from available snap-snots and prepared some charts. That may ...
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Help us out to make this site better!

If our site generates low quality posts every time, that day won't be far when we get a mail saying that SE is shutting down our website. Above point bothered me! and if it is so, we should surly pay ...
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(UPDATE: NEW ANSWER RIGHT BELOW) Where have the votes gone? A reflection into the dismal state of the site

I appreciate this well written post. And I always urge everyone to vote often, and vote responsibly. Some motivation for voting- Just by voting, users can get silver and gold badges. Civic Duty for ...
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Hinduism StackExchange Mimansa

It's a good motive for increasing percentage of answering. But the same thing is already asked a while ago Let's concentrate on "percent answered" stats! and closed a duplicate yesterday....
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Hinduism StackExchange Mimansa

First of all, β„‹π’Άπ“…π“…π“Ž β„±β„΄π“Šπ“‡ 𝒴ℯ𝒢𝓇 π’œπ“ƒπ“ƒπ’Ύπ“‹β„―π“ˆπ’Άπ“‡π“Ž to all of the community users. That's really nice to see it coming from a Mod himself. Since you already covered all possible points. I ...
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(UPDATE: NEW ANSWER RIGHT BELOW) Where have the votes gone? A reflection into the dismal state of the site

We can initiate sort of award kind of activity in chatroom. Post of the day This post can be a question or an answer. We can discuss on criteria of choosing post of the day. For example a well ...
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(UPDATE: NEW ANSWER RIGHT BELOW) Where have the votes gone? A reflection into the dismal state of the site

I suggest we should post a similar meta post every end of the month, with a collection of curated good questions and answers. I remember Pandya trying something similar before. This might work as ...
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Let's get critical: Dec 2014 Site Self-Evaluation

Ten questions is a lot to comment on, so here are the first five; I may comment on the other five later. But first a general remark. A growing number of users are learning to post good answers, ...
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Let's get critical: Jun 2015 Site Self-Evaluation

Final Results What is the Navavidha Bhakti? Net Score: 10 (Excellent: 10, Satisfactory: 4, Needs Improvement: 0) Did Valmiki - Ramayana author, write about Lord Krishna? Net Score: 8 (Excellent: 8,...
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Comparison chart of site progress over the years or over the last few months?

There is an easier way to check the stats. This is a privilege provided by the Stack Exchange for the users with >5k reputation (Only on beta sites. 25k on normal sites). So, you have to earn all the ...
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Why don't we start a sect-wise SEs in Hinduism?

In my opinion there is no cold war. I can understand the angst if the feeling is that neutral/outsiders can get influenced into believing that a particular God is considered superior in Hinduism. But ...
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Let's get critical: Dec 2014 Site Self-Evaluation

Final Results Is Goddess Lakshmi goddess of happiness or wealth? Net Score: 1 (Excellent: 2, Satisfactory: 6, Needs Improvement: 1) Why do we need a guru? Can Lord be our Guru? Net Score: 0 (...
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Let's get critical: Dec 2014 Site Self-Evaluation

I won't be talking about which question is better and which is not but I want to share my thoughts on this feature. So according to me this is an excellent option for new comers to show what we want ...
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