Timur Shtatland
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Should questions related to school, teaching and education be considered on topic?
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Questions related to school, teaching and education should be considered on topic, provided they are relevant to parents. That is, if the parent is affected because the child lives with the parent or ...

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2019: a year in moderation
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Comparing 2019 and 2018 data, it appears that 2019 was more "quiet" in terms of the number of questions and posts deleted, and users suspended, destroyed or deleted. Also this post from Shog9 has a ...

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Feedback and suggestions for the editable section of the Help Center?
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Cannot find the answer? Search for or ask a question about Parenting Stack Exchange on Meta, for example Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ). - Policies. - How to ask a question? - How to prevent your ...

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Are duplicates of moms4mom.com questions acceptable?
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Duplicates of questions on M4M and similar sites should be allowed if the answer there is not what the OP is looking for. Include the link to the older question and explain briefly why the answer ...

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How do I edit my own comment?
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This discussion mentions the 5 minute time limit: Why is the time limit for editing comments only 5 minutes? The discussion mentions the reasons for and against the time limit. The designers are ...

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Do we want to unpin the accepted answer from the top?
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Yes, unpin the accepted answer from the top Most of the reasons for unpinning the accepted answer are well articulated here and here. The users want to see the highest rated answer at the top. At ...

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Why are questions that ask for unbounded personal anecdotes allowed here?
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Parenting.SE accepts the posts that meet the guidelines of the Help Center. The question you mentioned should stay open because it conforms to most of the "subjective question" guidelines (Help Center ...

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Advocating for a zero tolerance on the use of violence against children
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I agree that a canonical answer to the question on corporal punishment is a good idea[1]. Perhaps the best format is a single thread with a few Community Wiki answers, which are improved and updated ...

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