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You have an idea for a new feature, or for a change to the existing functionality.

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Most web browsers do not, in fact, render HTML typographic entities in the <title> tag. Thus something like <title>Foo &ndash; bar baz</title> would show up in the browser as, literally: Foo &nd …
answered Jan 21 '12 by Jeff Atwood
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The current thinking is that badges are supposed to be somewhat exploratory in nature, so being extremely explicit about what to do runs counter to the design. The descriptions are sufficient to get …
answered Jan 21 '12 by Jeff Atwood
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You can certainly already do this by indicating your license preference is for your posts in your "About Me" field, which is prominently displayed on your user page. I know I've seen several users do …
answered Jan 22 '12 by Jeff Atwood
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We can't offer every feature of the desktop site on the mobile version due to space constraints, so we tend to drop the less frequently used features. You can of course switch to the full version via …
answered Jan 23 '12 by Jeff Atwood
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Well, we used to be able to search within our favorites, which was extremely helpful, but once we switched to Lucene.NET that went away for arcane (and difficult) technical reasons. I suggest followi …
answered Jan 21 '12 by Jeff Atwood
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This already exists -- the system pings the server every 45 seconds once an edit is initiated -- if another revision happens while you are editing, you will be notified of it. Will think about #2 but …
answered Jan 23 '11 by Jeff Atwood
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First, consider: How many other users would be affected? Many SE 2.0 sites need questions, so even if the incoming questions are only "Ok", a) they can be edited into shape and b) it's better to hav …
answered Jul 24 '11 by Jeff Atwood