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Should we reduce the number of votes required to close from 5 to 3 close votes?

I think this would be a beneficial change. It doesn't give a good impression of the site when low-quality questions take a long time to be closed, and perhaps in the meantime receive low-quality ...
Adam Bailey's user avatar
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Should we reduce the number of votes required to close from 5 to 3 close votes?

Yes, I'm strongly in favor of that!
VARulle's user avatar
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Changing sub-title for our SE

The sub-title that I proposed has received 15 upvotes (and no downvotes) in the original thread. Don't these count towards a decision? Why a "new consensus" is needed? Because it has been 10 months ...
Alecos Papadopoulos's user avatar
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Typo in the homework closing reason

I've fixed this - I also gave it a title "Problematic homework question" but if that doesn't capture what the close reason is for, let me know and I can adjust it. As a note, y'all might ...
Catija's user avatar
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Statistics for posts from unregistered versus registered accounts

Please let me share stats on registered and unregistered users' posts for the last 60 days. Below one can see almost the same data as by links in the question. I defined a "bad" post as one ...
Nicolas Chabanovsky's user avatar
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Should we reduce the number of votes required to close from 5 to 3 close votes?

After review, it looks like your site would be an excellent candidate to have the close vote requirement lowered. We have that updated only to require three votes for closure now.
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Where should the "MathJax help" link (on the Editing Help page for our community) point to?

Another option is to link to the MathJax basic tutorial and quick reference post here on Economics Meta; it's currently just copied from the original Math Meta post, but can be updated now or in the ...
V2Blast's user avatar
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Changing sub-title for our SE

Based on Alecos's answer I propose the new blurb "Primarily for professionals and academics, but everyone is welcome - in principle."
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Changing sub-title for our SE

Vote on whether you agree or disagree with the following: I prefer not changing the blurb to any of the other options and would prefer to keep it the same. You are free to wait to vote on this one ...
Kitsune Cavalry's user avatar
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Changing sub-title for our SE

The blurb Alecos suggested: "For those who study, teach, research, and apply economics and econometrics." is one possible change we can make to it. I considered replacing "those" with "students and ...
Kitsune Cavalry's user avatar
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