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At the time I read the question for the first time, this is what I interpreted: Title: "Should" suggests that the question was eliciting opinions of the readers, whether "yes", "no", "doesn't matter", etc., which is opinion-based (off-topic) because there's no one correct answer, or every answers are correct. 1st paragraph: According to your personal ...


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Neither of those questions, nor this one make any sense to me. I have read and re-read trying to understand what you mean, and I honestly have no idea. I would vote either of those ones as unclear what you are asking, or possible offtopic, and have to also vote this one as unclear. There seems to be a language challenge here. The body of your questions ...


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I was about to post to Meta about something similar, so I'm glad I discovered this question first. I also have some concerns about content quality. These concerns are due to what I consider systematic weaknesses rather than specific posts. Because this community is so small, there's less of a reason to trust the upvote count as a measure of answer quality. ...


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