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What can an SE participant do when s/he feels personally attacked by a specific moderator?

I'm going to quote from your answer: Ready for the happy ending? The SE Team member, as a neutral third party, was able to look at the situation objectively, recognize my good intentions and my ...
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"Citation required" trolls

Bottom line, up front, the downvotes to this post probably result directly from the fact that you openly call members, active, readily available, helpful members of this community, trolls. That, in ...
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Is there a set of rules for newer members?

Do whatever you feel comfortable with. Seriously. You've earned those privileges so feel free to use them. If you aren't sure how you should be using them, maybe hang back and look at how other ...
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What can an SE participant do when s/he feels personally attacked by a specific moderator?

There is a StackExchange Meta post about this: What recourse do I have if I believe a moderator has abused his/her privileges? There are a variety of possible approaches that depend on the situation. ...
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What can an SE participant do when s/he feels personally attacked by a specific moderator?

I would suggest a looking at things rather differently. If what I am doing is not appreciated by the people charged with running some kind of activity, I try to look at my own behavior objectively ...
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I am concerned about a question and one of the answers but am not sure about arguing on the site

This is definitely not the place to have that argument. You have your perspective, the other person has theirs. Neither of you can tell the other that they are wrong. It would not help anyone for you ...
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Criticizing alone vs. making simple edit to improve answer?

If someone thinks an answer would be strengthened by including a link, is it better to criticize the answer in a comment below the answer, or edit the question to add the link the critic is saying is ...
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Can we have a "this answer assumes information" flag?

In general, questions that end up on the HNQ list cause us (and other non techie sites) problems for this reason: most of SE is technical/IT based, and users new to this site do not necessarily know ...
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