Tablemaker
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I believe one of the main reasons we are stuck in beta is because we do not have any users above 20k reputation. We need users with this much in order to help whoever gets selected as moderators to ...

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What's the policy on spoilers?
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I disagree for a simple reason. We should take the Wikipedia approach to spoilers. It is simple, Wiki does not care about telling the whole plot element of the movie and we really shouldn't either ...

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What is chat useful for anyway?
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Actually, that is where you're wrong, good sir! The chat is exactly where users can go to discuss not only their questions and answers, but random theories, ideas, and other goings on that they feel ...

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Are adult movies (as far as industry, actors, etc... are concerned) on topic?
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12 votes

As long as everything is kept scientific and tasteful a la the failed sexuality.SE site Then I do not forsee a problem. If things get out of hand though..well I think that's obvious.

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Do we want to join in the Winter Bash again?
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11 votes

Lets do ittttt

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How long should people wait before posting newly released movie spoiler questions
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There is no waiting period. From the FAQ: Spoilers Please note that spoilers are allowed here and may be out in the open. Read at your own risk. The use of spoiler markup should be kept to a minimum, ...

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Should movie trivia questions be closed?
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11 votes

It is stated in the FAQ that: Banal trivia that does not add to the understanding or appreciation of the title. Is considered off-topic.

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Should tags 'anime' and 'animation' be merged?
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10 votes

I disagree. Anime itself is a sub-genre of Animation as a whole. That is correct. But at the same time, it implies a specific set of works that is very distinguishable from regular animation. When ...

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Happy One Year Anniversary!
10 votes

Yayyyyyyyyy

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An individual should see list of closed posts by him and there should be a badge for closing posts
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10 votes

I don't see any benefit this could have for anyone other than encouraging people to try to close any post they don't like. Jeff Atwood ( one of the creators of Stack Exchange) said it best (and I don'...

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When to use the TV-Shows Tag, a learning guide
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The tv-shows tag should only be used when referring to the creation or editing of tv-shows in a general sense and should not be used when talking about a specific show. For example: If your question ...

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If the asker does not like editing, can we do anything else?
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9 votes

This is a situation where the mods must step in and make a decision about the edit. If the either the edit or the original are better, there are ways, I believe, that we can lock a post so that no ...

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Evaluation Feedback: Looking Forward
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I do thank you for the time @Aarthi and let me address a couple points for general reference. The Scope of the site, while never explicitly stated, has always been for experts and enthusiasts alike. ...

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Is it okay to answer your own question within few minutes?
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It has always been an SE policy to Ask and answer your own questions. Within a few minutes is just a quantifier for some things. However it is considered a bit distasteful on the network when you do ...

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Are book-based answers saying "this didn't happen in the book" valid?
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Validity in this case is at the discretion of the asker I would argue. If the flat fact is that "It didn't occur in the book, this is an oversight". While that may be factually correct in terms of ...

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Should two different TV series with the same name have the same tag?
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As @wbogacz says in the comments; use common sense. If your question is about the UK version, tag it with that. Similarly with the US version. The same goes for 'reboot' series that share a name. ...

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What is this site's abreviation?
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8 votes

I much rather prefer M & TV to disassociate ourselves from that Television channel. Also, before this site merged with the TV proposal, is how we became known as just "movies.SE"

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Why is there no separate rep system in meta.movies?
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There is actually a rep counter in all meta sites (besides Meta.SO), but it is a hidden value. Meta.SO has a separate reputation because it is also where one would go to report an issue with the site,...

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Can we ask question about any language movie and TV?
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Written text on the SE network is supposed to be in English unless otherwise stated (which only applies to foreign language SEs) As far as general movie region questions themselves, doing a quick ...

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Asking Duplicate questions from SciFi to gain movie perspective
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There's a case-by-case issue to analyze here. First case is a new user to SE as a whole, finds M&TV.SE and posts a question about a sci-fi movie. From there, they find our Sci-Fi.SE site and ...

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What do with an obviously wrong answer marked as correct?
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8 votes

I covered something similar a while back that accepted answers are by the asker's discretion. The only other power anyone has short of developers changing it in the system Databases is voting. If ...

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Who stole my gold badge?
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7 votes

I only see 9555: I think I see your confusion. When you go to the Questions page it'll show a number rounded up from the actual count:

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What should we do?
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7 votes

Let's break this down shall we? I found this question related to another question on Matrix trilogy. In the first question, the inconsistency it is referring to, has been labelled as an ...

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Is a question on title of a movie on topic?
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These types of questions can be on-topic as it is usually a good way of analyzing a piece by finding out why the title was chosen. Now, there is a point where this adds no value to the appreciation ...

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Which answer should I accept if multiple answers to my question are correct (or identical)?
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That is entirely on your discretion. The whole point is for you to decide which answer you find as a better explanation, regardless of time posted.

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If I see a good question on another site should I ask here to create a better catalogue of questions?
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Just like what was stated it is mostly due to copyright that this is discouraged. Besides, I'd rather a lot of personal user generated contenet than blatant copies from other sites. Thats not to say ...

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Is it bad practice to edit your own question to put it to the top of the pile?
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I'd say that if it was a blatant attempt to just bump the question to bump it then it would be frowned upon. If its to legitimately improve the question and properly tag it, this is ok. I'll ...

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Topic of the Week
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If you look at the Community Bulletin, you can easily see which topic we are running this week and a click of the link brings you right back here for more details. Right before the current week runs ...

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What to do with educated guesses in answers
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I've already expressed that I'm perfectly OK with guessing as long as it: Makes the OP fully aware that your answer is a guess. Is a serious attempt at an answer not a "I guess its X, deal with it" ...

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Is the question on projection frame rates on-topic?
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I honestly have no problem with questions about cinemas as long as they stick to a general nature like this question or questions about moments in cinemas history (example being why do cinemas not ...

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