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1:46 PM
holy guacamole - the whole review list has been decimated - well done guys!
 
 
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7:36 PM
@StevenJeuris Incorrect material is what always bothers me - a downvote is simply not enough, because it leaves nonsense content in existence.
Only with a large community will the downvotes reach the -3 threshold that allows delete votes to come in
That's why at relatively small sites like this a flag may be good nonetheless, even when it is declined?
@StevenJeuris - where is Christian Hummeluhr? I need his aid on my meta post
How can I ping him? He's been inactive for quite a while and he'll not get my ping here in chat I guess
 
8:01 PM
@Christiaan Yet still a persistent 80% answered rate. It's eerie how constant that number is.
@JordiZambrino Well .. it seems german, thus probably rather specific? This chat ain't overly active, so I doubt you'll get a response here. :)
@Christiaan I personally don't see down votes as a means to achieve deleting content. Don't know the SE opinions/practices on this, but I always considered an answer that attempts to address the question (albeit possibly wrong) to be welcome. Without welcoming opposing views there is no room for controversial discussions.
Deletion to me is to remove harmful (e.g., prescriptive) and irrelevant (e.g., spam) content.
@Christiaan Well, he was last seen 13 hours ago, I could poke him friendly, hope he doesn't mind.
@ChristianHummeluhr As one of the most active members of CogSci in chat before, I hope you don't mind this friendly poke to refer you to Christiaan's earlier request. :)
29 mins ago, by Christiaan
How can I ping him? He's been inactive for quite a while and he'll not get my ping here in chat I guess
 
8:18 PM
@StevenJeuris Thanks!
@StevenJeuris Yes it is! And great to see you mods (You and Artem) aiding in some close-vote cues. I know it is undemocratic, but I must say the mods at Bio participate in close-votes too for similar reasons as here and in the same way as here (only when there is 3 or more non-mod close votes). The community is somewhat larger there, but still small.
 

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