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YES Physics.SE should undergo a 30 day test with 3 votes required to close and reopen questions.


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Ah Dec. 2019... those were simpler times eh? So what happened was by Jan. 2020 we were on the list and working to get a more complete dataset defined to extract, and the Community Manager (CM) who was going to write the scripts to do that analysis was let go from the company. So that kind of set things back on getting any sort of custom data defined. Then ...


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This should be an easy answer. Yes. We should trial this. Stack Overflow tried it and were really happy with the results. And that's just what it is, a "trial". Rather than speculating on what the ups or downs of this could be, we have the opportunity to experimentally determine the true situation. If it doesn't work well, we don't adopt it permanently. If ...


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Y'all may have seen the update I wrote as it was linked in the comments but I wanted to give y'all a specific update because the use case y'all have for this is very different from our goals of the test. Our focus is on doing two things: Increasing the percentage of review tasks that are completed. Reducing the percentage of review tasks that are completed ...


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