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While I haven't taken on any of the tasks listed above, I have alerted members of the THEOS and LSMO research groups at EPFL to the existence of this site and posted an announcement to the large ...
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We've recently had questions answered immediately by the same user, shall the answer be made a community wiki as a policy in such cases?

Against Upvote this answer if you are against this proposal. To avoid double counting, don't downvote any other responses, just upvote the one you agree with. I don't think we need a policy of ...
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We've recently had questions answered immediately by the same user, shall the answer be made a community wiki as a policy in such cases?

For Upvote this answer if you are for this proposal. To avoid double counting, don't downvote any other responses, just upvote the one you agree with. Tristan Maxson: I personally think this type of ...
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Let's avoid editing the following questions if possible

Why does the Wolff algorithm slow down in a 4-body Ising model? Reasons: The question can basically only be answered by the author of the paper in question. Bumping it up will therefore not help at ...
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Minimum requirements for answers

For me, the answer to your question is simple: I would like to have answers that really answer the question, even partially (sometimes there is no space or time to write/give a full answer). Telling ...
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At what stage would we want to implement a close-vote ban on a user?

Therefore there's been perhaps someone or some people being a bit too fervent about initiating close-votes I don't see any argument or reasoning in the question from which this statement follows. How ...
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