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1:13 PM
@NicolasChabanovsky In Meta, we often see votes indicating whether the community is for or against a discussion. That is, if a question has a score of -10 it is not indicative that it is bad, but that the community did not agree with what was proposed, so why is a very negative question still hidden from the homepage? Wouldn't it be interesting to keep the question visible always?
For example, if someone suggests a new feature that is rejected, they will have your question with a lot of negative votes. Other users will eventually never know that this suggestion existed because the question is no longer listed for them.
 
 
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9:12 PM
There's some updates to locks going out shortly. The strings will be:
**$lockedNoticeTitle$**. Comments on this question have been disabled, but it is still accepting new answers and other interactions. [Learn more]($LockedPostsUrl$).
**$lockedNoticeTitle$**. Comments on this answer have been disabled, but it is still accepting other interactions. [Learn more]($LockedPostsUrl$).
`Unless noted, locks disable new interactions (e.g. deletion, editing, answering). Use post locks as a last resort only. [Learn more.]($lockingHelpLink$)
Comments only`
Lock the comments on this post if the discussion is no longer contributing to its improvement. Users will still be able to interact with this post in all other ways.
@gbianchi ^^
I also have a couple of changed paragraphs in the Locks help center article: meta.stackexchange.com/help/locked-posts
> In most cases, a post which is "locked" cannot be modified in any way. Locking prevents...
> The one exception to this is the "Comments only lock", which only prevents new comments from being added to the question or answer that is locked.
 

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