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7:47 AM
It seems that the recent blog is being discussed on several places:
Jay Hanlon on April 26, 2018

Let’s start with the painful truth:

Too many people experience Stack Overflow¹ as a hostile or elitist place, especially newer coders, women, people of color, and others in marginalized groups.

Our employees and community have cared about this for a long time, but we’ve struggled to talk about it publicly or to sufficiently prioritize it in recent years. And results matter more than intentions.

Now, that’s not because most Stack Overflow contributors are hostile jerks. The majority of them are generous and kind. Sure, a few are…  just generous, I guess? But our active users regularly express thei …

 
 
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Q: Do we have a "How to write a good answer" post? If not, can we have one?

Aloizio MacedoToday I suggested to a new user that the style of his answer was not very appropriate for MSE. In searching for links of suggestions on how to write a good answer, I did not find an authoritative reference here in meta such as this one for questions. There is the help center, but its advices are ...

> My first question is: Did I fail in my search, and there is indeed one?
Personally, I am unaware of such post. (And I did not find one.)
I guess it might be quite difficult to create something like that.
But if some users plan to do so, I suppose some points raised in various past discussions might be relevant.
@AloizioMacedo I have added to your question - this one is definitely relevant.
 
@MartinSleziak Thank you : ).
 
I was less sure about . But it is relatively close to the topic.
It's up to you whether or not you keep this tag. If you are pondering the choice of tags or might be relevant, too.
Perhaps seems rather close. But to me the tag seems more suitable for the actual post with "How to write a good answer" guide. (Which might be later be retagged .)
I'm not really sure, some tags on meta are not used very consistently. (And probably it does not matter that much.)
 

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