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4:11 AM
this is disrepectful
 
@Hamza it's closed, unanswered and downvoted. it'll automatically delete itself in a few days anyway.
 
can't you delete it as moderator?
 
and with enough downvotes, and it'll be completely removed from the front page without needing to be deleted.
@Hamza i can if i feel it's necessary. in this case, the system should take care of it fine without any need for moderator intervention.
 
@goldPseudo okay how much time it take for removing it.
 
a lot of our users still need to learn how to downvote stuff so moderators don't have to step in for every little mess. i prefer to leave them something to downvote when it's not causing serious harm.
a score of -4 will remove it from the front page entirely.
 
4:16 AM
@goldPseudo yes most of user are new and don't know how to use stack exchange.
 
a closed unanswered question will automatically be deleted after nine days, regardless of score.
iirc
 
what if someone answer it?
 
maybe not for positive scored questions. but definitely if it's zero or lower.
if it's closed, nobody can answer it. that's why closing problematic questions quick is important.
 
I know this is a spam that why i have flag it but what about people who ask personal question should they be downvoted or flagged.
 
tricky line. some personal questions are really good, some are just too personal to be usefully answered.
should be judged on a case-by-case scenario.
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A: Social questions off-topic or non-constructive?

goldPseudoI agree that such questions are valuable, both for the questioners and for the site itself. The problem isn't the suitability of such questions, the problem is that such questions need to be constructive. Jeff's blog post Real Questions Have Answers — and Robert's later Good Subjective, Bad Sub...

 

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