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Apr
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comment Using Moderation to Improve/Clean Up Questions
In that case, should the question have been reopened in the first place? The question was closed for valid reasons - reasons that were not addressed prior to the reopening. And I could have helped the OP rehabilitate the question (in fact, I did try - refer to my later comments), but I didn't get any notification that anything was happening to the question, to know that there was some rehabilitation even possible.
Apr
21
comment Using Moderation to Improve/Clean Up Questions
I've now edited the question how I think it should have been edited before being reopened. The unique issue is now apparent, and its solution makes sense in the context of the question. See how we now have a legible, interesting, and useful question and answer? That should have been part of the moderator action, rather than merely a "drive-by" reopening.
Apr
21
comment Using Moderation to Improve/Clean Up Questions
I am suggesting that 1) relevant comments not be deleted while they remain relevant, and 2) that questions such as this one be properly rehabilitated/improved for quality/scope before being reopened.
Apr
20
asked Using Moderation to Improve/Clean Up Questions
Apr
15
comment Should you approve edits of a low quality post?
On the other hand, fixing the grammar and spelling of a low-quality content question is rather like rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic. Does it help the WPSE site/community that a question has proper spelling/grammar before it gets closed?
Apr
7
comment Templates for copyright notices
I agree, for related reasons. Most code posted to WPSE is likely not copyrightable, as much of the code is simply API usage. Some code is copyrightable to some extent, obviously. But the purpose of the OP is to provide a template to follow for those who choose to provide attribution when required (or perhaps even if not required).
Apr
7
revised Templates for copyright notices
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Apr
7
comment Templates for copyright notices
"Just a note, actually, link to original content is required" - no, not true. All that is required under the CC-By term is a link to the license terms. I've had this argument several times with unscrupulous Theme distributors.
Apr
7
answered Templates for copyright notices
Apr
6
comment Woo Tags Gone - Where to Ask Questions?
"Well, for me that is not the perfect answer. I want my problem solved AND I want to learn from it. I'm not able to pay for something I could do with a little of research." - yes, and I'd like to be paid $250 an hour for answering support questions, but as WPSE is a volunteer site, that's not going to happen. :) - WooThemes, including WooCommerce, is a commercial endeavor. They have a right to charge for their support. We don't have to agree to subsidize it for those who don't want to pay.