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It would be a terrible shame if reverseengineering.stackexchange.com was closed. However, it looks like Startups wasn't closed because of poor statistics: From https://area51.meta.stackexchange.com/a/12630 - The site was closed not because it lacked activity in general, but because the community that once started it had for the most part left, and ...


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There is no need for misspelled versions of a tag. As the tag has now been removed (and is not used by any question), it will get deleted in some time. Also, as we are following the policy of having plural tags, disassemblers created.


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Yes, it is possible to create a community wiki answer. But there is rarely any case for it. Community wiki was primarily useful in the old days when there was a minimum reputation requirement to edit posts. Now, anyone can suggest an edit (which will be reviewed if the editor doesn't have enough reputation), so community wiki has lost most of its use. FAQ-...


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Area 51 still looks broken however the network overview page seems to be working again (currently showing 4.5k/day).


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If there is no option for users with closing privileges to migrate a question to specific site, the way to get a question migrated to some site is to flag this question for moderator attention with "Other" flag ("This question belongs to {site}, because...") - you are right about your second option. Moderators will have an ability to migrate this question. ...


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I think both should be merged into anti-debugging


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While it's technically possible to migrate questions, the migration paths are not set up until a site becomes well-established. But beyond that technical limitation, building this community from the old, pre-answered questions of another site would do this site a terrible disservice. That's not how you want to build this site. Forget for a moment that ...


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Answering the support part of the question, no migration to and from the site is allowed during the beta phase. Very old answer by Jeff Atwood and reiterated here.


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You get the privilege to approve tag wiki edits at 1500 reputation. You get the privilege to edit tag wikis without supervision at 4000 reputation. When you use “Improve” on a suggested edit, your version takes effect immediately without further review. If you have between 1500 and 4000 reputation, you can only approve or reject an edit, you cannot submit ...


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What is spam? Spam is unsolicited commercial advertisement. Fundamentally, spam tries to sell you something when you didn't ask for anything. Some spam is after your money. Sometimes it's indirect, such as spam that wants you to visit a website and click on the ads. Some spam wants you to visit a website with malware that may be able to infect your ...


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It doesn't seem possible. https://meta.stackexchange.com/a/16067/211127 A bounty is a special reputation award given to answers. This feature was designed to motivate answerers, and help questions get the answers they deserve. So it's intended to encourage answers, not questions.


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Embedding videos is enabled on a per-site basis. They are enabled for Gaming.SE (example) and Music.SE. Only Youtube videos are embedded. If you think this will benefit the site, post a feature-request.


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The tags which appear in the see also field are the tags which are synonyms of the actual tag. If you hover over your name in the top panel, you will see an expanded scorecard. On the top of the scorecard you will see Privileges. Clicking on it will take you to the complete list of privileges with the privileges that you have on the site clearly ...


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Good catch. winapi Done.


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