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Addition of the cite link revisited

Update: Through "secret" channels we achieved implementation of this feature. Even though I did not ask very nicely, the higher ups followed my request. Thanks again for that. Original: ...
Martin - マーチン's user avatar
9 votes
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Math/Chem formatting when asking a question

These are just a few random things, why I would prefer not having this or why I think it is not necessary. I don't think that questions without good formatting automatically get the down- and/or ...
Martin - マーチン's user avatar
7 votes
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The banner warning against Artificial Intelligence generated answers

update There was a further change in policy (see link in OPs question or Karsten's answer). Originally the choice was to opt in to display a banner, of which there are two styles (so 3 choices ...
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Math/Chem formatting when asking a question

There are a couple of things in place already. When asking their first question, users are shown a document, saying: Welcome to Chemistry Stack Exchange! To get you the best answer, we provide this ...
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6 votes
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Reputation awards for edits - aren't they disproportionate?

There are no trivial edits. There are edits that will be done by community members who have already earned the privilege to apply edits directly. These may seem trivial. They may do these as they do ...
Martin - マーチン's user avatar
5 votes
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Improvements for the question-asking form in ChemSE

I agree it's healthy to revisit our standards, policies and methods once in a while. Notice the distinction: one issue is what should be deemed an acceptable question; another is how to handle a ...
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2 votes

The banner warning against Artificial Intelligence generated answers

The question is almost moot now, as the banner will be the default on all sites, and the help pages will be updated to give guidance on AI policies: Sites can now request to enable a banner to warn ...
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Anonymous one-click survey for downvotes

This meta post has been an interesting (if poorly timed, personally) opportunity to review this recurring subject. My thoughts are wandering now in support of the idea that downvotes on new questions ...
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Anonymous one-click survey for downvotes

On Meta, downvotes are often interpreted as not being in favor of a proposal (even though when you hover over the down arrow, it says "This question does not show any research effort; it is ...
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