Robert Cartaino
  • Member for 11 years, 2 months
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  • Palm Bay, FL
What happens now?
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20 votes

There are three minimum requirements before a site can qualify for graduation: +90 days in beta Enough voting to create 10 Editors (users with +2,000 rep) Enough voting to create 5 Closers (users ...

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Time to Exit Beta?
7 votes

Yes, the time to exit beta has long passed; lonnnng passed, in my opinion. I wanted to update everyone on what I've been working on because I've seen many discussions, proposals, and improvised ...

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Are Licensing Questions On Topic?
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7 votes

I believe licensing questions should be on topic. I understand that this is not a site for lawyers but licensing issues can be discussed in the context of writers helping writers. Also, this site is ...

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Beta on the site logo
5 votes

Sites are in "beta" until they "graduate" as a full site: When Will My Site Graduate? The site is open to the public but it is still in beta (i.e. only the first 7 days are private). The site will ...

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What is the official line on Mega-Questions?
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4 votes

I had to close this. It is completely unanswerable in its current format. It's not a question to "fix" but one to re-post, if the author so wishes. In the meantime, leaving the question open will ...

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What's our focus?
3 votes

There's nothing in the description nor content of this site that suggests Writers-SE is only for those who wish to make money from their writing (i.e. professional writers). We purposely use the term ...

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How to implement community wiki until we have mods?
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3 votes

Every site receives a pretty substantial group of Moderators from day one (I'm counting about 10 out of the ~130 users on this site are Moderators right now). In about two weeks, you'll receive ...

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What's the status of the proposed NaNoWriMo promotion?
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1 votes

HedgeMage, Aarthi, and Sam have been working on some promotional activities for the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), but with time running short, we have not been able to get enough ...

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Where do we draw the line on "subjective"?
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Most Stack Exchange sites tend towards the subjective. This blog post provides a set of guidelines that help you determine what is a good subjective question and what is a bad subjective question. ...

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