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How should question protection be used on RPG.SE?
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Use the site-wide guidelines Protection was originally created to deal with high volume drive-by posting: [Protection] is meant to be a reaction to persistent abuse from anonymous or unproven ...

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How has RPG.se used protection? (crunching the numbers on spam and protection)
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I just wanted to extract a few replies from the comments above: From Medix2's comment on the number of deleted answers per protected question (note: this is all-time, not just the 700 recently ...

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How else can I improve this question about PC-tailored homebrew?
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Your questions could do with more focus It's a hard question to answer. Generally homebrew is most balanced when it is most similar to existing content. There are certainly a lot of situational and ...

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Re-revisiting the "don't guess the system" policy
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Consider how policies like these are perceived to new users. It's confusing. This isn't how other SE sites work, this isn't how tags are supposed to work. Claiming that mentioning "Adventurer's ...

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How has the ruling of JC's tweets now being unofficial affected www.sageadvice.eu, in regards to RPG.se?
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RAW, RAI, RAF, house-rules/homebrew (Good Subjective), or JC/MM's twitter are all useful to different games and different tables. Regardless of any consensus on this site, people run games using a ...

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Does the community agree with the part of the "never guess" policy regarding asking meta first?
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The community currently has no consensus on the policy In the first thread you link the votes are: +9 upvotes, -4 downvotes in favor of "The policy would not allow an individual poster to edit ...

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Should users refrain from answers (or partial answers) in comments?
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Answering questions can be a collaborative process Banning users from working together or sharing information leads to lower quality answers. Information is good and useful and can be used to build a ...

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Please avoid using the RAI acronym, or use it carefully & be clear in context
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Perhaps "Rules As Interpreted" needs to be discouraged or never written as an abbreviation. It's a synonym for RAW. When explaining how a rule is written, what you are explaining is how you interpret ...

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Why are site comments being deleted?
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Hiding legitimate concerns with an answer gives readers a false sense of security. Hiding and deleting comments whenever there is more than a few makes it seem like an answer is more reliable than it ...

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What is the process for establishing and maintaining policies?
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There is no agreement on many of these topics The thing that has struck me is that there is very little agreement on fundamental things like "what is a policy", "what determines if a ...

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