We vote a lot, and we vote up.
We have a narrow scope, which means there are people who can answer almost any question.
For some people, TeX and friends is almost a religion which they practise through this website.
Oh and I forgot to say: We vote a lot.
That's it I think.
PS: Did I mention that we vote a lot?
As Tom and David mentioned in the comments, we just upvote. Even if one feels the urge to downvote a question or an answer, we encourage different approaches, like leaving a comment to help make the content better or point crass errors, or simply do not upvote the content at all (but still pointing what is going on). A question or answer that shows effort ...
While I wholeheartedly agree with this attempt, I refuse to do anything about it.
Any site that has this much traffic should be able to hire proper UX experts and get rid of this mind-numbing stupid design. And I would like to emphasize that I choose my words very carefully. Anybody knows me over the years know that I really don't target any individuals but ...
I use the following document viewer (to view PDF, DVI, PS and similar files)...
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I upvote. A lot. People vote for my answers, so I have to vote.
It's rare I don't upvote a question I answer to: as one of the moderators once told me, “if you deem a question worthy answering, then it's also worth a vote”.
I also vote answers: when they solve a problem in a “good way”, I think they deserve a vote. What a “good way” is probably depends on ...
Oh my, I really don't know what to say. :)
TeX.sx wouldn't be the same without you.
Thanks for sharing your knowlegde with the community. Thanks for sharing your wisdom. Thanks for making TeX.sx a better place. Thanks for being here in every moment.
You are a great friend. A true friend. Grazie mille, Enrico.
Chi trova un amico trova un tesoro.
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The signal-to-noise ratio on TeX.SX (and other SE sites) is very good: The interface makes harder to add noise, and it is always clear what the question is and what the answers are. And the community usually removes any noise quickly.
:: Sean Allred
:: Andrew Cashner (musarithmia)
:: David Carlisle
:: Paulo Cereda
:: Claudio Fiandrino
:: Christian Feuersänger
:: Paul Gaborit
:: Paul Gessler
:: Patrick Gundlach
:: Patrick Gundlach (for Speedata)
:: David Haberthür1