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biblatex for idiots

I'm in support: a lot of visitors to TeX.SX don't speak English very well, and this makes the post's intent clearer; I also don't see a downside. One thing which influenced my decision was that if ...
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biblatex for idiots

In the very least, include a reference to the "for Dummies" series to clarify its usage. Perhaps even including an image to highlight it visually... in the spirit of being original, I mocked this up ...
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15 votes

biblatex for idiots

5 years of display and 200 votes are not good enough evidence that it is not offensive because people probably identify this as a self-deprecation of the OP? And from the homepage of the user, I'm ...
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Testing the possible duplicate technique before voting for close

It happens sometimes and even in worse case than this one, when a duplicate is hinted at which is not applicable to the new question's setting or even solves a completely different problem. What's the ...
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6 votes

Testing the possible duplicate technique before voting for close

There is an incentive to process content listed within the close vote queue, because there is a badge associated with it. It is, however, expected that reviewers will take the time to actually review ...
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