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Which is more important when a question is a bit off topic: objectivity, or humanity?

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Best way to ask a question that may founded on incorrect assumptions

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Should/could we have four moderators?

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How should we police the use of the word Hinayana?

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My apology to people I offended

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Posting comments to answers

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Sectarian shout downs should be dealt with

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Making claims of attainments

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Should we edit answers to make it clear which Buddhist school/perspective the answer comes from?

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Can this question be reopened?

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Overt Sectarian Affiliations

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What can we do to attract experts?

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How should we handle the different traditions of Buddhism in our answers?

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What about self-answering questions?

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Overt Sectarian Affiliations

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Suggestions for resources section

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Wouldn't it be better to use a soft approach with newbies on this SE?

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Stack Overflow Gives Back 2015

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What to do about suicide ideation posts?

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How do I avoid the "What does Father want?" problem

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What is the level of similarity in a question for it to be a duplicate?

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Is Advaita "Buddhism"?

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Pasting images of PDF text, instead of organizing the text extract as quote

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Cannot tag a question using the Android app and therefore cannot post a question

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Shouldn't we have a "Sankhara" tag?

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Who should our moderators be?

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How should we deal with questions about cultural practices of Buddhists that don't actually conform to the teachings of Buddhism?

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What should our chatroom be called?

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What language should we favour in the text of a question e.g. Kamma or Karma or both

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Judging a question by its "cover"