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There's already a close reason specifically for this reason – unclear what you're asking: Please clarify your specific problem or provide additional details to highlight exactly what you need. As it's currently written, it's hard to tell exactly what you're asking. If context is necessary to be able to answer the question, but hasn't been provided, the ...


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Head-first and Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more1 I find myself straddling several points here. As a good and faithful servant of SE, I looked to Meta Stack Exchange for some guidance. Well, for a bit anyway. My largest concern was the part about the goal of getting answers for one, or for many, users. Partially from the OP's question and ...


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As you suggest, education depends fundamentally on context, with more variables than you list. That doesn't make it "subjective" but it does make it subtle. The original idea of stack exchange (I suspect) was to have people ask questions about formally defined things (programming languages for example). But education is about people and their growth. It is a ...


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We've discussed the topic of list questions before, both on meta, and in chat. Generally, it seems that the consensus is that the problem with list questions is the answers they attract, not the question itself. Based on that consensus, there are two possible things we can do: Option 1: Close list questions This tends to be the approach across the network. ...


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