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Well, the short answer here is he didn't. No, really - he asked you, "how character attribute analysis is trivia now?" - no mention of close voting, or even the question to which the comment referred. Now, given you'd just voted to close a particular question as trivia, the context would've been obvious to you... But not necessarily anyone else. In fact, ...


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You forgot to mention your own comment on the question: Trivia, also they are easy to read. – cde Feb 5 at 8:50 This seems to suggest that you felt the question is off-topic ("trivia" is one of the custom close reasons). However, within minutes of making this comment you also answered the question. Answering a question you believe to be off-topic is ...


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Your link did not work. An editor fixed it. Thank them and stop being a jackass about this. Also, please don't quote me in irrelevant situations. It is rude. Thank you.


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I will certainly not spend any time challenging your specific accusations in any way (and would advise everyone else to do the same). Rather, to concentrate on the actual question buried under this rant, this has been asked on Meta Stack Exchange before. To summarize the answer there: If you have a dispute with a diamond moderator your options are: Send a ...


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Your original post: Response of the link you used : Napoleon fixed that link while making it desktop version too but you roll-backed it and fixed mobile link later. You just rollbacked a valid edit there. Shog's comment doesn't say to not fix broken links.


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The link was linking specifically to the mobile site version of IMDb (using the prepended m.). This is problematic since those sites are optimized for mobile devices and thus tend to look improperly on desktop devices. This usually results from people writing answers with links on mobile devices and can thus happen now and then. However, this is easy to fix,...


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Let me explain first the motive of bounty. From Help Center page for bounty(emphasis mine), If you’ve asked a good question, edited it with status and progress updates, and still are not receiving answers, you can draw attention to your question by placing a bounty on it. You can also choose from a list of bounty reasons to help other users understand why ...


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Comments are temporary. There's no reason for you to expect your comments to be there from one day to the next. It's likely that someone flagged your comment as "no longer needed" and the moderator who handled it simply judged it on the merit of the comment alone without looking to see if any related comments also needed to be deleted. I personally don't ...


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As written in the description, the question was locked due to a content dispute. Specifically, the asker kept repeatedly readding invalid tags to the question.


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It was flagged as inappropriate by the community and the flag was deemed helpful since the comment didn't actually add anything constructive to the discussion. It was an out-of-context claim with no backing and was discouraging to a new user of the community. To put it more bluntly, it looked like a passerby using someone else's unrelated problem to go on a ...


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WE WILL MISS YOU BEING BLUE!!! Sorry that this took so long to post, but I am just not able to dedicate the time to this site like I used to. I just had to post something to express my gratitude for Ankit being a super awesome moderator! It is really weird not seeing Ankit's name in blue. It makes me sad. Ankit has always been welcoming and kind to ...


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The 1st question was reopened quickly while the second is on hold. So Mods took 50% correct decisions today. The second statement in no way follows from the first. The first question seems to have been re-opened after it was edited. The mod who closed it initially then would seem to have made the correct decision to place the question on hold pending the ...


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IMHO all of those comments are overly chatty and don't belong on the question. None of them aim to help clarify the question or add to it in any meaningful way and are just visual noise. I've flagged all of them as too chatty. This sort of stuff is really what chat is for. https://chat.stackexchange.com/rooms/1888/the-screening-room


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I, for one, welcome our new chatroom. (Obviously, since I proposed the idea myself a few weeks ago.) One fairly minor suggestion: it should have a shorter, snappier name. "Movies & TV Moderation and Maintenance" is a hell of a mouthful (reminiscent of the rather sillily lengthily named Motor Vehicle Maintenance & Repair Stack Exchange). Including "...


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As brought up in the comments, it is hard to determine what should be done about this, but as is, there probably isn't anything being activley done. There is no downvoting, here; what you have experienced is a serial unupvoting. This has been brought up, in meta; and we have arrived at the following conclussion, via the accepted answer: Unupvoting is a form ...


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