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Recently there was a question that asked if a certain twitter quote was attributable to Adria Richardscertain twitter quote was attributable to Adria Richards. In the comments do that question I raised the question of it was even a notable claim for the purposes of this site. I did this for two reasons: one is that the claim itself wasn't very notable (i.e. a random person said something) and the second is that even if people Richards to be notable, the claim itself refereed to something that is unlikely to be of interest to people in the future, i.e. too localizedlocalized, which is a question in and of itself.

While the topic of what is notability has been raised, what is the actual bar for when someone or something is significant enough to be considered notable enough for this site?

Recently there was a question that asked if a certain twitter quote was attributable to Adria Richards. In the comments do that question I raised the question of it was even a notable claim for the purposes of this site. I did this for two reasons: one is that the claim itself wasn't very notable (i.e. a random person said something) and the second is that even if people Richards to be notable, the claim itself refereed to something that is unlikely to be of interest to people in the future, i.e. too localized, which is a question in and of itself.

While the topic of what is notability has been raised, what is the actual bar for when someone or something is significant enough to be considered notable enough for this site?

Recently there was a question that asked if a certain twitter quote was attributable to Adria Richards. In the comments do that question I raised the question of it was even a notable claim for the purposes of this site. I did this for two reasons: one is that the claim itself wasn't very notable (i.e. a random person said something) and the second is that even if people Richards to be notable, the claim itself refereed to something that is unlikely to be of interest to people in the future, i.e. too localized, which is a question in and of itself.

While the topic of what is notability has been raised, what is the actual bar for when someone or something is significant enough to be considered notable enough for this site?

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Recently there was a question that asked if a certain twitter quote was attributable to Adria Richards. In the comments do that question I raised the question of it was even a notable claim for the purposes of this site. I did this for two reasons: one is that the claim itself wasn't very notable (i.e. a random person said something) and the second is that even if people Richards to be notable, the claim itself refereed to something that is unlikely to be of interest to people in the future, i.e. too localized, which is a question in and of itselfwhich is a question in and of itself.

While the topic of what is notabilitywhat is notability has been raised, what is the actual bar for when someone or something is significant enough to be considered notable enough for this site?

Recently there was a question that asked if a certain twitter quote was attributable to Adria Richards. In the comments do that question I raised the question of it was even a notable claim for the purposes of this site. I did this for two reasons: one is that the claim itself wasn't very notable (i.e. a random person said something) and the second is that even if people Richards to be notable, the claim itself refereed to something that is unlikely to be of interest to people in the future, i.e. too localized, which is a question in and of itself.

While the topic of what is notability has been raised, what is the actual bar for when someone or something is significant enough to be considered notable enough for this site?

Recently there was a question that asked if a certain twitter quote was attributable to Adria Richards. In the comments do that question I raised the question of it was even a notable claim for the purposes of this site. I did this for two reasons: one is that the claim itself wasn't very notable (i.e. a random person said something) and the second is that even if people Richards to be notable, the claim itself refereed to something that is unlikely to be of interest to people in the future, i.e. too localized, which is a question in and of itself.

While the topic of what is notability has been raised, what is the actual bar for when someone or something is significant enough to be considered notable enough for this site?

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