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This evening I have logged in and found some news on the site TeX.SE, for example on the explanations for closure of the questions. I also saw a new screen regarding the reopening of the questions previously marked with on hold.

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What are others news on TeX.SE?

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    You and we have to take care of pronouns, and the license of your content has been changed. Summary on Meta.SE – Stefan Kottwitz Dec 6 '19 at 21:54
  • @StefanKottwitz Very kind moderator Stefan I have read your comment but for me it is not very clear :-(. – Sebastiano Dec 6 '19 at 21:57
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    There are official announcements, and the link above leads to background and discussion. – Stefan Kottwitz Dec 6 '19 at 22:02
  • @StefanKottwitz Ah, now it is more clear. Very good and thank you. If you want to put an answer or other I am happy to vote positively it. – Sebastiano Dec 6 '19 at 22:03
  • @StefanKottwitz What is this problem that everyone is talking about between stackexchange and the community? I didn't understand anything, is there a short, simple and clear summary? – AndréC Dec 7 '19 at 14:35
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  • @HenriMenke Thank you, there was a difference about gender pronouns. In other words, who is for and who is against in this story? – AndréC Dec 8 '19 at 21:03
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    @AndréC Why don't you just click the footnotes on Wikipedia? – Henri Menke Dec 8 '19 at 21:19
  • @HenriMenke I did, but all these links are really very slow to read and understand. Licensing stories are complicated just like gender stories.... That is why I am looking for a summary, if there is one, of course, in order to get a general idea of the problem, even if it means reading each link more precisely. – AndréC Dec 9 '19 at 7:26
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    @AndréC tl;dr: SE has a new CEO (Joel has left) and is focussing on SO and making money. Meta has become a nuisance for the company (which now has a roadmap they are not discussing) and the other communities are not important. – Martin Schröder Dec 9 '19 at 12:56
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Previously, different sites within the network may have had their own code base, even if it were subtle. Changes like this seem to bring sites like ours in-line with the rest of the network. This promotes consistency across sites and is far better for site improvements.

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