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For questions concerning proposals for other sites on Area 51, the Stack Exchange Network staging zone where experts come together to build new Q&A sites. Area 51 has its own discussion site which act…
For questions about the bounty system, which allows users to spend some of their reputation in order to draw more attention to a question.
Buzzwords are frequent phrases that are overly broad and non-descriptive, therefore they don't add anything of value to a question (title). This tag should be used to address such words and how to avo…
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The reasons leading to the votes of moderators to close the question.
Discusses the layout design of this site, mainly CSS/styling issues.
Questions relating to down-voting posts.
For discussions/ support about editing questions and answers. Common guidelines, best practices, and frequent mistakes may be discussed with this tag. Disagreements between editors are also within the…
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