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The engine and guidelines need to handle the enormous volume of Stack Overflow, with review queuesreview queues so long that people resorted to robotic reviewing so much that review audits needed to be introduced. They need to handle The Workplace, which every so often draws in a crowd of outsiders that's pretty sure it can solve everybody's problem. They need to handle the happy atmosphere of TeX.SE, which is just happy to throw upvotes pretty much anywhere. They need to work for movies and SciFi and RPG, which inhabit a very different corner of the internet than we do.

The engine and guidelines need to handle the enormous volume of Stack Overflow, with review queues so long that people resorted to robotic reviewing so much that review audits needed to be introduced. They need to handle The Workplace, which every so often draws in a crowd of outsiders that's pretty sure it can solve everybody's problem. They need to handle the happy atmosphere of TeX.SE, which is just happy to throw upvotes pretty much anywhere. They need to work for movies and SciFi and RPG, which inhabit a very different corner of the internet than we do.

The engine and guidelines need to handle the enormous volume of Stack Overflow, with review queues so long that people resorted to robotic reviewing so much that review audits needed to be introduced. They need to handle The Workplace, which every so often draws in a crowd of outsiders that's pretty sure it can solve everybody's problem. They need to handle the happy atmosphere of TeX.SE, which is just happy to throw upvotes pretty much anywhere. They need to work for movies and SciFi and RPG, which inhabit a very different corner of the internet than we do.

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In particular, for many of those sites, the concept of an answer being 'harmfully incorrect' doesn't even make sense. What does a non-mainstream answer look like in Mathematics? Do they get them in ChemistryChemistry or Photography? Unless the guidelines you want to quote were built considering an explicit analogue of non-mainstream, harmfully-incorrect answers, then repeating them as-is is simply not helpful.

In particular, for many of those sites, the concept of an answer being 'harmfully incorrect' doesn't even make sense. What does a non-mainstream answer look like in Mathematics? Do they get them in Chemistry or Photography? Unless the guidelines you want to quote were built considering an explicit analogue of non-mainstream, harmfully-incorrect answers, then repeating them as-is is simply not helpful.

In particular, for many of those sites, the concept of an answer being 'harmfully incorrect' doesn't even make sense. What does a non-mainstream answer look like in Mathematics? Do they get them in Chemistry or Photography? Unless the guidelines you want to quote were built considering an explicit analogue of non-mainstream, harmfully-incorrect answers, then repeating them as-is is simply not helpful.

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The engine and guidelines need to handle the enormous volume of Stack Overflow, with review queues so long that people resorted to robotic reviewing so much that review audits needed to be introduced. They need to handle The Workplace, which every so often draws in a crowd of outsiders that's pretty sure it can solve everybody's problem. They need to handle the happy atmosphere of TeX.SE, which is just happy to throw upvotes pretty much anywhere. They need to work for moviesmovies and SciFi and RPG, which inhabit a very different corner of the internet than we do.

The engine and guidelines need to handle the enormous volume of Stack Overflow, with review queues so long that people resorted to robotic reviewing so much that review audits needed to be introduced. They need to handle The Workplace, which every so often draws in a crowd of outsiders that's pretty sure it can solve everybody's problem. They need to handle the happy atmosphere of TeX.SE, which is just happy to throw upvotes pretty much anywhere. They need to work for movies and SciFi and RPG, which inhabit a very different corner of the internet than we do.

The engine and guidelines need to handle the enormous volume of Stack Overflow, with review queues so long that people resorted to robotic reviewing so much that review audits needed to be introduced. They need to handle The Workplace, which every so often draws in a crowd of outsiders that's pretty sure it can solve everybody's problem. They need to handle the happy atmosphere of TeX.SE, which is just happy to throw upvotes pretty much anywhere. They need to work for movies and SciFi and RPG, which inhabit a very different corner of the internet than we do.

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