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As nbro already wrote, this question was both off-topic and of extremely poor quality, so deletion is fine. This question closed as off topic 2 months ago, A just and unbaised moderator would have done the right thing and transfer to relevant SE site instead of deleting recently. Probably the only valid target site to migrate towards would have been ...


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Is it general norms that a diamond moderator nbro can delete an answer to prevent a user from helping others or getting bounty points for their efforts? No, those reasons as highlighted in bold would not be valid reasons for deletion. There is no indication that these were actually the reasons for deletion in this case though. It has come to my attention ...


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Aside from being off-topic, the "locked due historical significance" seems rather dubious and definitely does not satisfy the reasons for locking a post in such a way listed here. As hanugm rightfully pointed out in a comment to that now-deleted question, we already have plenty of much older questions of a similar nature with much more activity on ...


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This answer was deleted because you copied content from a paper without clarifying which parts you copied, so you basically tried to make it seem that the content in that answer was yours, while, in reality, you copied many things (if not everything) from that paper, i.e. plagiarism. Plagiarised content, as I explain in my other answer, is subject to ...


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As written in my other answer, this question was deleted because it was off-topic and unclear, so very poor. Programming questions are off-topic here. Please, take a look at our on-topic page.


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Your answer was deleted along with the question, which was too broad and partially off-topic. Questions that are off-topic and are of no value to our community can be deleted by moderators. Our community focuses the theoretical aspects of artificial intelligence. Asking for books, sources, programming languages, etc., all at the same time is too broad, which ...


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The problem is your wrong assumption (and, in my view, absurd accusation) that I copied from you. I did not copy your answer, which I didn't even know existed. As I wrote under your answer (which you just copied and pasted from Data Science SE), which was actually plagiarised from external sources (2 external websites) Note that I didn't even know that your ...


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