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How closely should we stick to Stack Exchange norms?

I would like to leave it at: Let's not be too strict and have guidelines keep us from having useful Q&A. But surely that's not convincing (and for reference if something like this comes up again), ...
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Should a bot help keep the OR chat room alive?

It's a "yes" from me. Sloshy is already keeping many rooms alive network-wide, for which I'm a room owner, and I find it very helpful. Two things that I love most about Sloshy are listed ...
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How closely should we stick to Stack Exchange norms?

I don't think there is a single answer to the question "how closely should we stick to StackExchange norms?" Each norm might have a different answer. I can think of four norms that we have ...
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How can we fix this?

This is a mistake on my part. I had acted too rashly this morning and did not realise that the answer was in fact a reference to David M's code. Thank you for bringing this to my attention — I have ...
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How closely should we stick to Stack Exchange norms?

I don't have much of an opinion of how and where you should stick to the norms of Stack Exchange (or specific sites on SE), mostly because it has been while since I've been active here. But if you (as ...
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Should a bot help keep the OR chat room alive?

As a mod, I'll vote "yes" -- although my sense is that most "chatting" comes from lengthy sequences of comments being turned into bespoke chats.
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