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I will echo my answer here. It’s about tweets, but it applies to interviews. Readers decide if answers provide valuable information. Our goal is to help querents and future readers find solutions to their problems, and each person writing an answer is going to do that differently. When you write an answer, you decide what you think is the information ...


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Policies are rightly blunt to direct utility and support meta-discussion. Policies are for in-the-moment decision making on the main-site. We defer to the law of policy to redirect the discussion to a place where we have a more open environment which is the meta-discussion. We defer to the authority of policy on main-site because we want to prevent ...


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Policy isn't a really useful term Don't get me wrong, I see the appeal and I certainly have used it myself (and will probably do again). It is a nice hard edge by which to act or judge actions and that makes it easier. It's also an easy explanation to give, and we do find ourselves explaining certain things over an over again, so especially for those we land ...


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