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TL;DR: It takes 5 votes to reopen a question. The Help Center link on the "[on hold / closed]" post notice links to "What does it mean if a question is "closed" or "on hold"?" which says: Users w …
answered Jul 13 '17 by Lilienthal
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I cast the final close vote and a deletion vote (which was reversed after the question was upvoted from -3). I believe the crosspost alone is sufficient reason for deletion and the edits so far haven …
answered May 12 '16 by Lilienthal
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This review has now ended. All but one of the questions involved was deleted.
answered Feb 9 '16 by Lilienthal
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I would argue that until the rise of our Benevolent Machine-lords, almost all workplace-related questions boil down to interpersonal relationships. Questions that aren't about that are vastly more lik …
answered Dec 17 '15 by Lilienthal
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Either become a Gold Tag Badge holder or flag it for moderator attention. Both can now edit duplicate links. Don't move the question through the reopen process, that's not what it's for. See also thi …
answered Aug 3 '17 by Lilienthal
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Welcome to a restart of the Broken Windows Review project. These posts are intended to simplify the cleanup of closed questions. By listing a number of such questions in a single meta thread, users ca …
asked Jan 7 '16 by Lilienthal
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What is the point of voting to close ( or closing in general ) a question with an accepted answer? Whether a question is on-topic has nothing to do with the presence of answers, whether those are …
answered Mar 14 '17 by Lilienthal
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Your post has several problems that have not been resolved so I stand by my close vote: it's too long: long questions aren't by definition bad, but you're burying the lead, your title is meaningless …
answered May 12 '16 by Lilienthal