In roughly the last three weeks, we've seen (from oldest to newest):
- Code improvement for PSTricks figure (5 | 10)
- How to improve my PSTricks code to construct a triangle number diagram? (7 | 22)
- How to improve my PSTricks code to construct a triangle diagram? (11 | 30)
- Optimize (or improve, at least) PSTricks code for drawing a beehive (5 | 9)
- Improve PSTricks code for drawing of a chest of drawers (11 | 37)
- Improve PSTricks code for drawing of a football pitch (6 | 13)
- Improve PSTricks code for drawing of a general, regular polygon (8 | 21)
- Improve PSTricks code for drawing of the Olympic flag (6 | 15)
- Definition of PSTricks constant (again) and improvement of code (2 | 10)
- Definition of PSTricks constant and improvement of code for drawing of Pantheon (3 | 5)
- Improvement of PSTricks code for drawing of Pantheon (2 | 4)
- Improvement of PSTricks code for drawing of balls in a triangular box (6 | 10)
Numbers after each post indicate the (Score | Popularity) where Score is upvotes minus downvotes (if any) and Popularity is the sum of scores for all posts for that question (question + answers).
A quick eyeball shows that there is varied interest in code improvements (or that it might be very question-dependent).
My all-encompassing slew of two questions:
- Would these type of posts benefit from a specific code-review tag, as suggested in comments? Or perhaps something-else-altogether?
- If not, is the motivation that these type of questions fall under the Too Localized banner (as per the close description: "This question is unlikely to help any future visitors; it is only relevant to a small geographic area, a specific moment in time, or an extraordinarily narrow situation that is not generally applicable to the worldwide audience of the Internet.")
Your opinions are appreciated.
I fully appreciate that one cannot define rigid rules for treating questions like these, and that the community should consider each on their own merit. I've upvoted some of them, while my more recent decision to close as TL seemed to be met with some resistance. Indeed, the community decides what goes and doesn't.
tikzI'd actually be interested in them so I don't think closing them as TL is a good idea.