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I've reviewed the deletion. While I disagree with the other moderator that your post does not answer the question, I think it has other big issues that you need to address before I am willing to …
answered Jul 20 '16 by Sklivvz
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Thanks for your question. I also think moderators should be evaluated based on their decisions and that deletions should be reviewable. I can say there's a broad agreement on this in the community. N …
answered May 11 '19 by Sklivvz
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If I can use your deleted answer as an example, you were providing personal expertise, using an online photo analysis tool. The problems with that are: that we can't verify whether the tool is reli …
answered Aug 20 '14 by Sklivvz
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Thanks for bringing this up on meta. You are correct to think that outside references are not required. However if you want to add conclusions, such as asserting the product tested by the trial does …
answered Apr 12 '17 by Sklivvz
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necessary, but the deletion reason seems clear in this case. "It" refers to the answer, not the references. Why would we remove references? To be more specific, the references were removed late last …
answered Jun 14 '16 by Sklivvz
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Your post was not an answer to the question. The question was very simple: "has the US govt ever refused to pay a debt? Provide an example". You didn't answer that and did not provide an example, ergo …
answered Aug 13 '11 by Sklivvz
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On this questions and answers site we expect all answers to provide links or pointers to solid, verifiable evidence -- especially if your answer goes against commonly accepted history. In particular, …
answered Jul 5 '15 by Sklivvz
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started degenerating into a theoretical debate, we decided to delete the posts until they are fixed. We understand deletion is never a good experience and apologise in advance for that, but the site …
answered Aug 23 '18 by Sklivvz
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answer until it is fixed. This is why the answer was deleted. We've tried mere commenting in the past and the result is quite uniformly much worse feedback from the authors, than deletion. Deleted …
answered Apr 12 '14 by Sklivvz
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I've deleted the following old answers as unreferenced as abandoned. I've only removed answers which had absolutely no references, or completely inadequate references (e.g. "the sun is yellow [ref: wi …
asked Jul 11 '15 by Sklivvz
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I've left this answer standing and DVK noted that its reference might not be authoritative enough. I'm a bit unhappy with grain of sand/IPv6 treatment, on philosophical grounds. You deleted answer …
answered Jul 13 '15 by Sklivvz
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political propaganda. The moderators are part of the community and they are allowed to use their deletion votes like any other user. We may debate whether the deletion was correct or not, and act …
answered Nov 23 '16 by Sklivvz
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The idea is to stop nuking comments as soon as the question gets out of the HNQL (that is, hopefully soon). I've tried to leave one constructive comment now, let's see if that works! My expectation t …
answered Feb 23 '18 by Sklivvz
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positively: Answers can also be deleted by the community. Moderators can delete any answer, and trusted community members can vote to delete answers scoring -1 or lower (3 votes will result in deletion … ). This explains why the FAQ is different: The deletion FAQ item should reflect site policy This is part of the network-wide FAQ, we can't change that part of the FAQ for just this site …
answered Jul 25 '18 by Sklivvz
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The answer was deleted because it's not an answer to the question. If the question was "Is it possible physically that a high speed moving object crashes by crunching the head before the tail?", then …
answered Mar 8 '14 by Sklivvz

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