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Things to address with Stack Exchange upon graduation?

.Blend upload and storage Although many downsides could be seen, the number one most common comment on a question is a variant of "Could you upload your .blend, thanks!" Often it is the easiest way ...
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What are we doing wrong that we're still in Beta?

I do not think we are doing anything "wrong." SE sites can take a long time to graduate. If you look at the stats of the other sites, we are in a good place. We actually place ahead of several full ...
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Things to address with Stack Exchange upon graduation?

< KBD > button There was a discussion on this, which largely panned off into a user-scripts party :D! But in all seriousness, I think we need this. Without user scripts, which I dislike for ...
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Things to address with Stack Exchange upon graduation?

I think it might be useful to implement a Featured Artwork header decided by a weekly or monthly competition. We could have an artwork gallery that the header is randomly chosen from every day. This ...
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What do you look for in a moderator?

Committed I would want all moderators to spend time on the site regularly, and actively participating in site activities, answering, moderating, reviewing and mentoring above and beyond the norm. This ...
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What do you look for in a moderator?

Activity If a user is not active, he can not fulfill his duties as a moderator. Helpful Flags A user should be able to identify when a post is bad. Having lots of disputed flags would be a good ...
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Congratulations! Blender is graduating!

status-completed Our chat still says "beta". I think the developers should be notified of this, since this design-less graduation is a new thing.
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Things to address with Stack Exchange upon graduation?

Apply design suggestions There is a thread on our design here on meta It would be great if you could apply some of the popular suggestions, and take a look at what the community wants.
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Things to address with Stack Exchange upon graduation?

I feel strong need to promote accepting answers more, too many good answers are left without the accepted checkmark. This could be due to new users not knowing to do this or how to do this (but many ...
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What do you look for in a moderator?

http://www.thesaurus.com/browse/moderator A moderators job is to help keep the site civil and dignified. A moderators job is not "teacher" of the site's content. The moderator is a teacher of the ...
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What do you look for in a moderator?

Role Model - Always Moderators set the tone and expectation for a community. A moderator who is rude, incomprehensible, unruly or unintelligent can lower expectations and confuse new users. This ...
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Things to address with Stack Exchange upon graduation?

It would be nice to have a special code, similar to kbd for buttons. This would be useful because it would allow us to bring more visual distinction to a button in a set of instructions, without ...
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Things to address with Stack Exchange upon graduation?

p3d.in embedding This would make asking questions (and maybe answering) quite a bit easier. Users would be able to share their geometry and textures directly into the web browser without having to ...
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What do you look for in a moderator?

My requirements for moderators are very simple. Moderators aren't leaders, they are protectors of community agreed scope, sanity and netiquette. In their choices they should be an example of the ...
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Does the community have any say over the design?

Yes. There is a discussion post gathering community feedback for the general direction of the design. When the design has been drafted, it will be pitched to the community for review. Here is an ...
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