47 votes

Do we want to implement the new AI policy banner on Physics SE?

For voting purposes to determine a consensus: Yes we should add a banner. My personal preference is the first (not allowed), but we could discuss on a separate Meta question if needed.
9 votes
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Why is there a difference between the Stack Exchange sites Mathematics and Physics?

I have a question. Why Physics StackExchange does not encourage homework like questions while Math StackExchange does, or in the very least, does not close those questions. We've had attempts (on ...
StephenG - Help Ukraine's user avatar
7 votes

Flagging non-mainstream comments in questions and answers

I'm glad you brought this up. There are users who definitely abuse comments, possibly as they realize these cannot be downvoted (hence no reputational cost). It seems in fact some users have been ...
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6 votes

Flagging non-mainstream comments in questions and answers

It seems to me that the problem with many of these comments is that not that they are out of the mainstream, but that they are nothing more than announcements of the commenter's preferred way of ...
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6 votes

Flagging non-mainstream comments in questions and answers

The It's no longer needed flag option is described as: This comment is outdated, conversational, or not relevant to this post. and I suppose the not relevant to this post would apply to non-...
John Rennie's user avatar
2 votes

Our downvoting policy needs a major rejig

Sorry if this is going to be a little off putting, and maybe it’s just a question of style, but by your own admission you have been around for less than a month and suddenly you think we need a major ...
ZeroTheHero's user avatar
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