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Congratulations! Ethereum is graduating!

We were working so hard and finally the day has come! I would like to thank the Stack Exchange team for giving us the chance to field-test the site with a private and public beta, Roman Mandeleil ...
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Congratulations! Ethereum is graduating!

In addition to 5chdn's post, thank you to 5chdn!! It's safe to say that without 5chdn's leadership and drive, site graduation would not have come at this time and so quickly. Been a privilege and ...
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Should we get questions from Reddit and the forums?

Attribute If you're going to directly copy (and you're not the original author) then make sure you use the Markdown quote syntax (precede lines of quoted text with a >) and link to the original ...
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Vote early, vote often!

Agreed! It's also worth noting that many sites seem to end up with a sort of "default voting level" which gets set very early on in the beta, later influencing people's conception of whether a ...
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Who should the moderators be?

network profile flair http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/1313419.png I would like to nominate 5chdn. They have been very helpful in making sure every question gets answered and is edited to be as ...
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Who should the moderators be?

profile for Hudson Jameson on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q&A sites http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/7191282.png Well, since self-nomination is "encouraged", I'll ...
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What's with the lack of voting?

IMO there are many new users with no previous experience with SE sites. Ethereum community is growing fast and unpredictable sometimes, meaning that many new users just don't know what they are ...
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Who should the moderators be?

network profile flair http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/2739006.png I would like to nominate Tjaden Hess. He is a DApp developer and Ethereum enthusiast, shows decent activity and with the site-...
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Is tipping allowed on the Ethereum StackExchange site?

What @eth said. In general the reward model of stack exchange is pretty straight forward: Good and helpful content get's upvoted. Upvotes generate reputation and reputation enables users privileges. ...
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2017 Graduation Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire

This post might be off-topic as I am not a candidate, but I would like to answer the last question publicly as some members of the community approached me about running for moderator. In what ...
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Custom Ethereum design and logo - Information gathering

I'm happy to hear from you. I've been working with the Ethereum Stack Exchange community from day 0 through beta and graduation. An Ethereum design would be extremely inspiring for this community and ...
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Are questions about Ethereum's core development team on-topic?

No, generally speaking, this should be off topic. Stack Exchange was created for collaborative knowledge sharing, and the focus of this site is the subject of Ethereum. Stack Exchange works really ...
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How do we promote our site?

My first idea would be a closer service integration on /r/ethereum subreddit. There is a user base of around 10k subscribers and 100 average users online. Proposal It could be designed like follows: ...
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Why should I vote and accept answers?

It's great to welcome so many new users to this forum. Many new users don't realize that voting activity is an important metric for this site as a whole and for the experts who volunteer their time ...
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11 votes

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Are questions on specific DAPPs on or off topic?

My vote is that they are on-topic, as long as the question still relates to the platform in some way (i.e. not if it is user support for passing a level in a game that just so happens to use ethereum-...
Jeff Coleman's user avatar
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Who should the moderators be?

network profile flair http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/7676417.png I would like to nominate eth who has the highest reputation gained in our community and helped with the most edits a single ...
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Who should the moderators be?

network profile flair http://stackexchange.com/users/flair/388756.png I would like to nominate Jeff Coleman. He's a full time blockchain consultant active in the space since 2010, and an eager ...
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How to deal with generic question titles like "why didn't this transaction work..."

The titles on your front page define your site, so a title should always, always best describe what the question is actually about without having to open the thread. If it doesn't, you should edit it; ...
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How to deal with non-English questions?

This is an English-language site so questions must be posted in English. If non-English questions are posted, leave a thoughtful comment and close it as unclear what you are asking.
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Is tipping allowed on the Ethereum StackExchange site?

In my opinion we shouldn't allow posting of addresses in answers; it seems that people could post a tipping address on their profile if they desire and could get tips that way.
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Congratulations! Ethereum is graduating!

Hip Hip Hoora :D, Congratulations. the best news i've got today ( as the crypto market crashed ^^). with such great team the ethereum.stackexchange deserves to be promoted(a high answering rate and ...
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How many comments is too many?

Comments are not the place for extended discussion. It is not recommended to propagate an increasingly off-question comment trail. It is within the power of moderators to move the whole comment ...
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Are questions on specific DAPPs on or off topic?

So far so good. So, it shouldn't be an issue till now. As this is still in the infant stage, having a very open policy is very important. Let's gradually narrow the scope down on specific questions ...
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What do we do with Googleable Questions?

The idea of Stackexcange network sites is to generate and provide content better than any other site out there. It's totally legit to ask quetions which are google-able. In future, the challenge is ...
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Good Tags now save a lot of work later!

Thanks for shareing your experience. I will start looking through the tags right now and list suggestions here. Unfortunately, there is no member with the merge-tags privilege yet. Issues identified ...
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What is really on-topic for Ethereum Stack Exchange?

I consider all proposals on topic as soon as there's a link with Ethereum. Ethereum Core Infrastructure: on of course, otherwise nothing could be on topic Stand-alone Ethereum Forks: on until ...
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Any news on the graduation from beta?

I've been monitoring this beta's site activity on Area51 Stack Exchange dashboard and Stack Exchange sites overview very closely. From what I can tell, the main statistics I've been looking at is the ...
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Introducing Ethereum Blog Overflow

Suggestions: From Zero to productive in Dapp development In any programming space it always seems to take ages to set up a realistic dev enviroment (beyond hello world) and get to minimal starter ...
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