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3 votes

Stepping down and taking a break

1 vote

Is it possible to find the most voted answers?

1 vote

Sanction for answering a homework question

1 vote

Should pure math questions be on topic?

8 votes

Why can we not downvote comments, when we can upvote them?

8 votes

As a user of Physics.SE, how do I make my own experience smoother and more enjoyable?

3 votes

Why is it not allowed to point out problems with the credibility of sources that are not appropriate to retrieve correct physics information?

13 votes
Accepted

Should I post a question with the intent to answer it myself?

4 votes

Change of policy: Make reasons for suspensions public

6 votes

Should "How do I solve this experimental problem?" questions be on-topic

-1 votes

Are community members disciplined over abusing other community members elsewhere using links to this site?

0 votes

Can this string theory question be reopened?

4 votes

What happened to me -- user suspended but docks my reputation repeatedly?

3 votes

A "random page" user script useful to improve the site

4 votes

Why so much drive-by's? What's wrong with Curiosity?

4 votes

Are we a basically friendly lot?

8 votes

2012 Community Moderator Election Results

6 votes

What should be the status of cold fusion on this site?

1 vote

Account management

4 votes
Accepted

Why can I add a bounty to already answered questions?

8 votes
Accepted

Are questions about general life on topic here?

3 votes

Paper tearing and other practical questions: off topic or not?

2 votes

Moderator Nominee Debates?

7 votes

Is the precautionary closing of immature questions so very necessary?

0 votes

Level of questions?

2 votes

The Brahms vs. Bieber Effect

2 votes

Should we repeat common questions?

4 votes

Best Qualitative Answer vs. Best Mathematical Answer - Choose Both?

1 vote

Is chemistry an abstracted subset of physics

-3 votes

What tag should we use to indicate "how does X work?" ?