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Asking multiple separate topics in one question

These type of question are not good in my opinion since OP has not clearly mentioned about the core issue OP has asked different questions on one question, answering all the parts would be time ...
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What should the scope of Sitecore Stack Exchange be?

Defining Scope for our site In the time since we initially launched the site initiative, through the definition phase where the initial set of questions was discussed, through commiment and ...
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Setting up Community Events

I have an event coming up for the community. I would like to post this on the Sitecore Stack Exchange site and have it featured somewhere so that the community get to know about the event while ...
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Accepting answers to your questions (“What is that grey checkmark on the left?”)

How does accepting an answer work? When should I do it? Why can't I accept my own answers right away? Which answer should I accept?
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What is considered a standard in this community?

Something that I've been thinking about: what should be considered a standard? With the introduction of the standards tag, it is very important that we reach a clear understanding about this. The ...
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Handling duplicate questions

Now that the site has gone public and new members are joining, we will have duplicate questions. How should we handle them? Is it the moderators' job?
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What are community edits and what is their purpose?

Existing questions and answers on this site can be edited by anyone. What are community edits? What are the reasons people edit others' posts? What are some examples of particular types of edits?
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FAQ: What makes a good post?

Lets have some examples of what goes into a good post. Both question and answer here. This will become the community standard that we can point users to in the future when we have low quality entries ...
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How should we deal with questions on security vulnerabilities?

So it came up today; our first question that specifically digs into the bone of a security patch that Sitecore released yesterday. Technical vulnerability details on Sitecore critical vulnerability (...
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Should support questions be asked on SE?

A couple of questions have been opened, which seems more appropriate for a Sitecore support case. For example, Sitecore Azure deployment error - Sitecore.Azure.UI.Pipelines.PreAutomation....
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Should we mention blogs in questions and answers

I'm getting in the habit of blogging about the issues I'm encountering so there will be some crossover with questions I ask/answer on stack exchange. The question is, should I refer to these blog ...
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Tag discussion: “best-practices”

There has been a lot of discussion here and on the main site about whether we should relax the normal Stack Exchange standards for focus, to allow more open ended discussion. One possible solution to ...
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Questions about third party tools used with Sitecore

Should we ask questions about other development tools used in parallel with Sitecore here? I have sent a question to the slack community about some issues with Git and serialization files. It's not ...
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Should licensing questions be allowed on this site?

I just saw the question about licensing (Does Sitecore licensing affect API calls?) on the sitecore SE site. As licensing is not an expertise of any of us and this may vary per customer, I would say ...
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What topics can I ask about on Sitecore Stack Exchange?

This help page is not very informative at the moment: https://sitecore.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic From what I understand, this Stack Exchange site should welcome questions about everything that ...
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How granular should we get when tagging the Sitecore version

In my opinion, one of the most important pieces of information you can give me to help me solve your issue/challenge is the Sitecore version you are using. On SO, we already have a few version related ...
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To Gist or not to Gist

Regarding the answer here: How can I programmatically add a rendering to all of my content items? Personally; I would prefer the Gist reference in the answer to actually be embedded into the post, ...