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I've just flipped the corresponding site setting, so the new tag creation pop-up warning should now be enabled.


6

My general feeling on these are that they're fine, mostly because they're oftentimes the most interesting questions we have... but they're definitely something that can vary as far as quality. I'm not sure "request for resources/research" is necessarily something we should keep in the "don't ask" anymore, to be honest; in the modern day, ...


5

Remove the "pin to top" behaviour. I want this behaviour to be removed. An accepted answer should be sorted in the same way as all answers.


4

Keep the "pin to top" behaviour. I want this behaviour to be kept. An accepted answer should be placed at the top of the list.


4

I would say they are on-topic as a general subject; the example list of questions which are on-topic here (8 years old now, but I don't believe the consensus has significantly changed) includes "broadcasting" and two questions specifically about commentary. Usual disclaimer here: being on-topic as a general subject does not mean that all questions ...


4

No, we should continue to consider Fantasy questions off-topic on this site. The community would prefer to consider only questions that are directly applicable to actual sports; fantasy sports questions would potentially take away from that focus.


3

I didn't vote on the question, and don't really know much about it, but a few details that might suggest why it was downvoted. First, it's not really clear what you're asking. This may be a language issue, which is totally understandable, but as an English speaker I can't really tell: are you asking "upon what were the rankings based whereby ...


3

I'd be fine with cheerleading being on topic. I'm not confident we have anyone on the site that knows anything about it, though, so we'd have to see if we got anyone who could answer - but I don't think there's any reason for it to be off topic just for a lack of experts. Cheerleading is definitely a competitive thing, at least to some extent; the question ...


2

Yes, we should allow fantasy questions, as long as they are about how to play fantasy, the rules of fantasy sports, types of fantasy, or high level strategies. Tactics, meaning which player to start, or other week-to-week (or day-to-day) questions, will remain off-topic. Questions about fantasy that are at this level do have long-term benefit, and many ...


2

Normally an edit requires two people to approve or to reject, or the original poster or a single moderator to make a decision The edit had one approval vote at the time of writing. In lieu of waiting for someone else to check the review queue, I have approved the edit. I think it would have been better posted separately, so I earlier chose not to approve ...


1

I think this can be done in a reasonable way for different sports, based on the precedent set in other stacks. The best example I have is law.se. There, answers are jurisdiction specific, and not only are the questions permitted to ask about any jurisdiction, but even if they ask about a specific jurisdiction, answers are permitted in other jurisdictions - ...


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