Questions tagged [etiquette]

Etiquette is the norms and standards of accepted behavior and politeness in our community. The golden rule is "Think before you post."

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Is there a limit to how many questions one is allowed politely to answer?

I answered a fair number of questions this morning, and built up a fair bit of rep. Then I went away to do something else. Then I came back to look in, and it seems that a significant number of my ...
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How to handle Stale questions with both close votes and bounty?

An old question was brought to my attention. I encountered a question in the "Close Votes" queue. I responded this way: Welcome to ELL! Please share what research you have already done, ...
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Is this site for learners or pundits

^ If this site is for pundits in English, then Its not place for me. I believe its not only for pundits but absolutely for learners: Tour says: English Language Learners Stack Exchange is a ...
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Changing the title of a somewhat unclear question to literally say that it is an unclear question, and nothing more

I just saw a question with a peculiarly meta title; when I looked at it, it seemed normal enough for the most part, except the title. Turns out, a high-rep user had rewritten just the title to ...
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Less Closevoting, more Editing!

This question attracted at least three downvotes, and was closed (it's since been reopened)... [Question Title] Is the meaning of costed correctly refer time in here? i am having following ...
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Should we use only the best ten hundred words in our answers?

For the best learning of our friends in this place, should we attempt to write all or our answers in up goer five words? This would help people who do not have a lot of words that they know ...