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Jun 6 '17 at 2:41 comment added BESW "Meta tag" is a subset of "broken." Were it not for that, I'd likely be in agreement with this answer's assessment--but we don't do meta tags on mainsite, so that's both necessary and sufficient for extirpation.
Jun 5 '17 at 22:11 comment added KorvinStarmast Having spent a few decades in aircraft maintenance, car maintenance, home maintenance, and some small organizations, I am a strong proponent of Don't Fix What Isn't Broken. To my eye, you have not demonstrated an actual problem to solve. And as I put in my title to the answer, this is The Alternative Point Of View. What it isn't is an invitation to an argument. Your down vote is both noted and accepted. (And it was more or less expected).
Jun 5 '17 at 22:05 comment added doppelgreener I don't, personally, like the "don't fix what isn't broken" phrase. Aside from the fact I do think something is broken here (it seems meta-tag-ish), Stack Exchange works on a basis of still being able to improve what isn't broken but can stand to be improved. So stuff that's broken, we can fix, stuff that isn't broken, we can work on anyway.
Jun 5 '17 at 22:04 history answered KorvinStarmast CC BY-SA 3.0