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Thank you for everyone's help! Both questions have been undeleted now, and both have been bountied. By the way @ Glorfindel's answer to With limited remaining brain cells, how can I work in a more roomba-aware way (and not lose track of questions permanently)? links to a very helpful SEDE page where I can now "see into the future" with a list of ...


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Well I think we can argue a lot, how wise is this system. Sometimes it happens, that we do not understand something, and see a complex, but logical structure behind to explain its behavior. Then it becomes clear that the structure is actually very simple and not very logical. Or very complex and not logical. The SE review system is the last, in my humble ...


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There's a site setting that staff can disable called "allow anonymous edit suggestions" - it's enabled on all sites by default. So a logged-out user can make edit suggestions (that will go through the suggested edit review queue). So, the answer to your question is... kinda. You, as a logged in user, can not make edits anonymously. If you log out, ...


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Yes, from How do I use the Suggested edits queue?: Common reasons to Reject [...] changes a post to say the opposite, or something very different from what the original post read.


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It's certainly a well-recognized principle, based on common sense1, and necessary to keep the site working properly. I am sure there are several posts in the main meta where consensus can be established. But if you are looking for an "official list of rules" that enforces common sense and consensus you may not find such a list. As to practically ...


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You can find more information about how Stack Exchange works on the site dedicated to exactly that purpose. When you come across a situation that isn't immediately straightforward such as this, it's best to check on Meta Stack Exchange first. You'll often find perspectives on the function/mechanism fits into the broader Stack Exchange system as well, and why ...


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This automatic deletion of good questions are a pain across the Stack Exchange websites. I've posted this feature request on Meta.SE: Decrease the required view count to prevent Roomba deletion when score = 0 on smaller sites.


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