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I usually also close a number of duplicates, but some of these are distinct and should be reopened imo. Writing secure Smart Contracts in Solidity? is a community wiki and I think it should be allowed and would be very helpful for the community; not all list/resource type of questions are bad. How was the recursion created that lead to theDAO hack? is ...


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"leads to an opinionate outcome" should not be a waiver for closing everything. It means two things: (1) there is no final objective outcome and answers could be only subjective, (2) there is a final outcome but the community is strongly opinionated and passionated about it, so I don't want to have the hassle as a moderator and OMG politics. Clearly only (1) ...


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Well, what I'm doing: Visit Ethereum Stack Exchange everyday. Read every new question, at least the title and try to memorize it. If something sounds similar to something you memorized, check the Related box on the right sidebar for possible duplicates. If there is no match, use Google (not Stack Exchange*) to search for Stack Exchange results with a ...


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Thanks for bringing this up again, I totally forgot about that project. The idea was to integrate these FAQ into the help pages. Got to sticky this somewhere. :) Regarding the guidance-box on the right when asking a new question: This feature you suggested already exists, if I understand you correctly. As soon as you insert a title and add tags and a body, ...


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You are right i have mistakenly marked this question as duplicated. Generally if one of your questions gets closed as duplicated you can flag for moderator attention and ask for reopening.


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We can't edit "How to Ask" but we are able to add a link to the FAQ to https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic and this has been done.


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