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How can we reduce the number of autograph identification questions asked by new users?
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I believe that if we delete every existing autograph identification request question on our site (closed or not), it would stop the inflood of new autograph questions. All autograph identification ...

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What is the next thing to do with the (autograph-identification) tag?
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I think that if we truly want to stop the inflood of autograph questions that are now considered off-topic, we would need to delete every autograph question on our site. All autograph identification ...

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Why was the "football penalty shootouts" question closed?
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I feel that it is a legitimate question, and the answer explains the data correctly. For someone like me, who knows very little about soccer, it is an interesting question and answer. A downvote is ...

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Should Moderators be Asking Questions?
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Why single-out moderators? Sure, the site needs more questions, and if you have some good questions, then ask them. However, forcing users to ask questions when they don't have any just leads to ...

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Where can I ask about autograph identification?
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I know of a couple of options for users that need autograph identification help: Facebook group Identify Your Autographs Subreddit r/AutographAssistance I would like to take this opportunity, once ...

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Would theoretical questions about the interactions of rules with superpowers be on-topic?
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On Stack Exchange, there are lots of different sites. Some of the sites deal with fiction, but most deal exclusively with reality. Examples of fiction-related sites: Science Fiction & Fantasy ...

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Are questions in the form/manner "Am I too old/young to start/pursue...?" on topic?
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I find that I would rather leave questions open when I can find something about them that would make them on-topic. I only vote to close when I can't find anything, or when the question is blatantly ...

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Are quiz questions on-topic?
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When we say trivia content is allowed, what we mean is that we allow questions that discuss issues that are relatively unimportant to the participation or enjoyment of the sport. For example, here is ...

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Do we have StackExchane or Sports (Beta) as an Application on play store, WMP or on BlackBerry world?
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There are Stack Exchange apps that you can find in the App Stores, but I haven't seen any that I like. Fortunately, Stack Exchange has a mobile version of their sites that work very well. Just visit ...

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Rules questions with "little" effort. Do we close these questions as off-topic or downvote?
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In general, we should leave questions of this type open. As an American, I know a fair amount about American football, basketball, and baseball. I know less about soccer football, and almost ...

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Delete the "us-open" tag?
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A year after I asked this question, we now have four questions tagged us-open: Two are about the golf tournament and two are about the tennis tournament. The main goal of tags is to group questions ...

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Community wiki for list-type questions?
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This answer addresses two separate questions: Should list questions be allowed on Sports.SE? In my opinion, list questions are okay as long as the list is not so big that the question is essentially ...

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What should moderators do with answers to questions that request factual answers but receive opinion/not supported answers?
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The term "bad answer" has a lot of different meanings, and different types of bad answers should be handled by reviewers and moderators in different ways. But one principle that we should ...

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I believe this question should be reopened
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I'll add my two cents to this old question. The question was simply too broad as originally written. I wrote about this before in another meta answer, but basically, there are so many possible ...

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Are WWE storyline questions on-topic here?
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I'm not personally a fan of WWE, but I would call it on-topic and would not vote to close a good question about WWE. I say, "just bring it."

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Should "wages" tag be renamed?
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Let's change the tag to finances, with the same description as the current wages tag has. wages can be made a synonym of finances. This will better reflect the full scope of the tag.

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Answer after modify questions
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I voted to close the question as it was originally written. The wording in the question doesn't limit the answers at all. It could be any sport in the world, at any level. The fact that the answers ...

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Properly tagging and classifying what Billiard is discussed
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The tag used in the question is much less important than the text of the actual question. For example, in your question "What are the most common billiard rules professionals play by?," You are ...

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