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8:54 AM
I have completely forgotten about this query - which might be useful for finding cross-posts: Posts from MathOverflow an Mathematics with the same title and posted at the same time
It was mentioned in a discussion on cross-posting some time ago (in another room):
in MO editors' lounge, Mar 16 '14 at 4:03, by François G. Dorais
http://data.stackexchange.com/stackoverflow/query/174675/posts-from-mathoverflow‌​-an-mathematics-with-the-same-title-and-posted-at-the-same
 
 
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Q: Are all terms clearly defined in Help fragments? If not, who can contribute?

მამუკა ჯიბლაძეI could be hypocritical and not specify the specific case that induced this question. But actually I am after a golden badge :D Its description says this: Ask a well-received question on 100 separate days, and maintain a positive question record. What exactly does "well-received" mean here...

It seems that there was already changed in the past to the present form: Misleading description of new Curious badge. As usually, you can find more information on Meta Stack Exchange. Asking days badges (which I found from Definition of a 'well received question' for the purposes of the Curious badge). — Martin Sleziak 2 hours ago
And if you are mainly interested in badge progress, you actually don't need to worry about precise definitions - you can see how close you are to a certain badge in various places, for many of badges you can simply look at the badge tracker in your profile. See also: meta.stackexchange.com/tags/badge-progress/infoMartin Sleziak 1 hour ago
@MartinSleziak Extremely helpful, as always. So the algorithms are the same across all SE sites then? — მამუკა ჯიბლაძე 37 mins ago
Btw supposedly I cannot mark this as a duplicate of a question on SE meta, can I? — მამუკა ჯიბლაძე 36 mins ago
As far as I know, the criteria for badges are the same on all sites. As you say, this cannot be closed as duplicate from a question on another site. — Martin Sleziak 33 mins ago
So then may I ask you to make an answer out of your information? I believe it is very useful. — მამუკა ჯიბლაძე 31 mins ago
But if we take as your main question: "Who can edit the help center?" (and similar texts) then I think it might be worth leaving open (and waiting for a response from mods). As far as I know, help center can be edited by Stack Exchange employees and some parts can be edited by site mods (or can be made mod-editable after the moderators' request this). Never by regular users. But it would be more reliable if this information was confirmed by a diamond-bearing user. (However, as far as badge description goes, I doubt that this part would be made mod-editable.) — Martin Sleziak 31 mins ago
@MartinSleziak Yes I think you are right. — მამუკა ჯიბლაძე 30 mins ago
Since I do not want to make this comment exchange longer than necessary (it seems that we already digressed from the main question in some comments), if there is need to discuss this further, we can continue in chat. — Martin Sleziak 10 secs ago
However, at the moment I do not have much to add to what I said above.
You have requested that I summarize my comments as an answer. As I said, the answer to the question "Who can edit help center?" would be more reliable (or more official) coming from either a moderator or a Stack Exchange employee.
If nobody answers your question for a few days or a week, I'll try at least summarize what I know about this in an answer.
 

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