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Thanks for bringing this up, there's a lot of merit to this given the large number of views for this question (currently greater than 154K) and the points you've made here. I agree with number 1 and 2, and also to this part of number 3 (if the OP is willing): a new comprehensive answer-post should be created and accepted by the OP. I also agree with ...


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Yes, it's very subjective mate, and it'll be too broad if you post it here. You are wondering which feature to launch and how to evaluate that feature. Every feature is ok, but it all depends on requirements. So, you'll had a few opinion based answers.


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Sometimes there's multiple reasons why a question would be considered off-topic and hence placed on-hold. Initially, the question was pretty unclear as you stated above. There are still other reasons however why it would be considered off-topic here: Questions on this site are required to be about a website under your control, and should be specific to an ...


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I think it would be a good fit here, too. However the question is too old to be migrated. However, if someone were to re-ask it here I would think it would be kept open.


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We have lots of questions about AdSense. AdSense is a service that is used by many webmasters. AdSense questions are on-topic. You'll have to find a way to phrase your question to be applicable to more than just your situation. For example instead of asking "Why was this AdSense click 10 USD", you could ask "What accounts for the wide variation in ...


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I saw the beginnings of that edit war yesterday after you edited it and he reverted it. For the record here is a direct link to the edit diffs. I don't think your edit was bad, but I think that the original poster has edited their question in a way that clarifies it forcefully. They were getting unhelpful answers and they have over-emphasized the details ...


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Your question is not appropriate for this site. We don't allow site reviews We don't allow open ended questions (StackExchange software works best when there can be one "correct" answer) I don' think there is a StackExchange site that would allow your question. It sounds like you need to get some help with quality assurance (QA) for your webapp.


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This question should remain closed for two reasons: In it's current form it links to the current page for review. That makes it specific for one website which is off-topic here. Removing it would solve that problem as you did include the code in your question. But even if that link is removed it would then be a duplicate of several similar questions. There ...


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This was closed by one of the four moderators here. Moderators can close questions on their own. It wasn't closed because it can't be answered. It was closed as off-topic because it's a troubleshooting question specific to one website and is not likely to help any future visitors. You are more than welcome to edit this question to improve it. Changing ...


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Comments are designed to contain ephemeral, short-lived discussions surrounding the parent post, and it's expected that anything meaningful resulting from the conversations be moved into the post itself. Comments that add no intrinsic value to the parent are subject for removal, often because they become obsolete, chatty or just totally lacking context after ...


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I can imagine that it is a very tough job moderating a site like this one. Indeed, other Stack Exchanges sites are far more active and the job much larger. Personality, expertise, and experience will always be a part of the human equation. Whenever humans are a part of the process, the effect will change depending upon the individual and the days experience....


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Initially the question looked to be solvable by modifying the headers, so I left a comment with some related suggestions. However, after further comments from the OP as to what was tried, some testing I tried (see below), and with the help of an answer from user Helping Hands (that got deleted by the system automatically after the migration, but appears on ...


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Looks like that question is over six years old (from 2011), and since it's seeking a recommendation for software, which is considered off-topic for this site, it can't be reopened. If you check our Help Center's FAQ's on what topics can I ask about here, you'll see: Recommendations for sites and resources -- Questions that ask for recommendations of ...


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I have unmarked the question as a duplicate and re-closed is with the more appropriate reason: Questions asking for recommended external websites, tools, resources, and software are off-topic as they tend to attract opinionated answers and spam. Recommendations for software are permitted on Software Recommendations, but be sure to read their quality ...


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Limit yourself to one question. You have a bullet list of multiple questions. The question is too broad because it is asking too many things. Your sub-question "Is there any commercially-available service..." is off-topic here. Questions that ask for third party resources, software, or services attract too much spam and self promotion. Take that one ...


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When you edited the question, it automatically entered the "reopen queue". This allows users of the site that have sufficient reputation to look at the questions that were closed and vote to reopen them. By the time that you posted this here, your question already had 2 reopen votes from members of the community. It takes 5 reopen votes (or action from a ...


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