Canonical posts -> CP
I think the active users or users who are good at english should make more CP's in my opinion, so we can cite them for duplicates.
I understand that it can be extremely time consuming to make a CP, but I also do not want to look away from the immense benefits of a CP. Stoney-B's CP helped many people, and reached over 175k people! His effort put into the massive CP really inspired me!
I feel if we can get this one right, a lot of current and future questions on the passive could be closed as duplicates. - @FumbleFingers on passive voice CP
I really hope that making more CP's will allow us to close duplicates and help users more easily with CP's.
So if you guys have any ideas for any more future CP's, please add on the community wiki answer below.
If it is a new idea, please make it:
Name [Proposal stage (incomplete)]
If it is an idea and people think it is a good idea, change it to:
Name [Proposal stage (accepted - incomplete)]
If it is a new idea with no reconigition on ELL.meta yet.
Additionally please ask a question on meta regarding your idea on it for othet to "judge" it, and place the link in the community wiki below your CP proposal name.
List of Canonical posts:
- Meta - Introducing canonical posts
- Canonical post 1 - When to trust your grammar checker
- Meta - Proposal for Canonical post 2 on perfect constructions
- Canonical post 2 - What is the perfect and how should I use it
- Meta - Canonical post on passive voice - Incomplete
- Meta - Question about Canonical posts
I want to bring back CP, but I am not sure if all of this is neccessary or not. Please let me know.