My opinion is that linking to a free open source extension does not make the question on topic.
The OP should not expect people to install the extension and try to solve the problem (even if this might happen).
but, posting a significant part of the extension in the question (the one that causes the problem) should make it on topic.
This is exactly what ...
You have the ability to report users that do bad reviews / edits.
Just flag one of the user's posts (Or the edited port) explaining what the problem is.
No, there is no automated system that does this: "X reports means Y period banned from reviewing / suggesting edits.".
Yes, moderators can temporarily (manually) suspend users from reviewing / suggesting ...
The logo on the Stack Exchange is actually a vector (SVG), I've quickly cropped it out the sprite so if you don't receive an official version you should be able to edit this to what you want:
From Feedback Requested: Design-Independent Graduation
The Community Team announces that a site is cleared for graduation. Without delay...
the beta label is removed
elections are held
migration paths are set up
community ads are run
a link to the site is added to the footer
...Then, as it becomes available
the site gets their custom design.
It has been asked before you can find the details here: Is there a way to identify whether users are online or not?
Basically, SE is not a social network it's a programming Q&A website, there's no real need for this feature on the website.
I'm not 100% sure about this, but I think that the documentation feature is available only for the mothership website.
I randomly clicked on a few websites in here and none of them have this feature.
My bet (read hope) is that when this feature gets out of beta it will be available for some websites in the SE network.
But to answer your question, no, nobody ...
A low quality question is low quality today AND tomorrow.
If the OP cannot explain properly his problem, that's a low quality question.
If there are comments posted after the question is closed and the OP edits the question to provide proper info the question will appear automatically in the the reopen votes queue.
If the question is not edited but there is ...
I moved all the questions to the event-observer.
It will take a while for the obsever tag to show now questions. (cache probably).
After a few days, tags with no questions will be automatically removed.
Unfortunately the main closing reasons are managed by SE. They cannot be edited at website level.
But new sub-reason can be added inside inside the "Off Topic" main reason.
But this is a far too big decision for me to take on my own. Specially because I'm a newbee moderator :). And it takes at least 2 moderators to approve a new sub reason.
Let's summon the ...
Suggestions for a popup on the "Ask question" page:
Always specify your Magento version
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Questions about problems with commercial ...
I understand. Magento is complex, and especially for a new user it is not possible to get them to refine their question without dialogue. This can be done in comments or by edits to your answer as more context becomes available.
Here's some guidance: remember that Stack is here for all of the people who will come after in search of help, not just for the OP....
On an edited post you should see near the OP name a link that says "edited... ago".
See the below image
Clicking on it, it will take you to the post revisions page where you can rollback to any version by clicking the rollback button.
Black, I am sorry as you had felt bad for this scenario.
In more perspective, this user should not delete their question when anyone gives a useful answer over it. But As a Q&A community member, a user can delete his/her delete their, it is his/her call. We cannot changes a user mindset :).
As this question and answer both have a valuable for the ...
Sorry, have been away for a full month :D
The Documentation site is a separate site within the StackExchange network and is not only a sub-site for StackOverflow (although it is located there). It can facilitate documentation on all kinds of topics (as you can see) from big names like PHP/.NET/SQL/Java to "never-heard-of-it" stuff like Jekyll/lodash/zeromq. ...
There are commercial extensions and services out there that do this (e.g. Merchantry or uDropship, uMarketplace), and you can manage external marketplaces from within Magento via services like ChannelAdvisor or M2EPro.
I have often said that the value-add is to bake in this kind of functionality but in reality this shrinks the marketplace of vendors down ...
I don't think that's possible. The badges are general for all SO websites. See some details about it here: Remove impossible badges from per-site metas. There is one badge that can't be earned even on stackoverflow.com
We don't start a subforum because we cannot. We are not in charge of creating websites on SE. And I doubt someone will agree in making such a sub-website because there will be a waste of time. here will be a lot of unanswered questions.
And extension developers should offer support for their work. If they don't offer support by email I doubt they will offer ...