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Questions on GNU/Linux distributions other than RaspiOS

I just want to remind everyone that a question about using an OS other than RaspiOS is not a legitimate reason to close vote, and never has been.1 To quote the help center: If your question is about: ...
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Not a question per se - but an opinion formed from observation

Like the primary RPi SE site, it seems that "meta" may be suffering from a malaise also; I just don't see much interaction here. Anyway - I read the last post (from 2+ months ago): 2023 - a ...
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2023: a year in moderation

It’s that time of the year again! As we wave goodbye to last year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the preceding calendar year. As most of you here might be ...
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A "Feature Request"

This is for the Moderators: Would it be possible to place a comment (perhaps from the "Community Bot") to each "newbie" who asks a question here? The comment could have a few ...
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Issue trying to flag a duplicate

This question appears to be a duplicate of this Q&A. However, the dialog under close, duplicate refuses to accept that; actually, it says, "Your search returned no matches; please try a ...
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What happens to reputation points when a question or answer are deleted by the OP?

If I voluntarily choose to delete an answer for which I've earned reputation points, are those points deducted from my total? Likewise for a Question which is voluntarily deleted?
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Is very narrow purchasing recommendations question still off-topic?

Can I ask a purchasing recommendations question (by definition off-topic), if it is so narrow, that an answer can be only one, because it points to a single product? I.e.: Raspberry Pi case that ...
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What should I do if a user begins to missuse the site

I see that a user has begun to behave strangely and is posting inaccurate and unkind comments. And is also down voting answers that is fully correct. Please advice.
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Closing a question claiming it's opinion based when it is not

I post this question and in the footer I clearly stated: Please note, I'm not asking for an opinion. I'm asking which OS is more suitable to achieve my goals from a technical point of view (effort ...
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Serial scammer not banned

This user is a repeat spammer. Best Place to buy Whisky Online | Exoticwineliquor Why hasn't he been banned?
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Tag Wiki empty after months

Earlier this year a low rep user created a pi-pico tag (with minimal information). I reviewed and approved BUT this is still pending after 4 months!! The pi-pico tag has no usage guidance, can you ...
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Middle Sidebar Advertising

As you all know, advertising is an important source of revenue for Stack Overflow and it helps us support all the sites across the Stack Exchange Network and the resources that go into maintaining and ...
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When will ChatGPT render StackExchange obsolete?

I just watched a couple of videos on ChatGPT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fw5ybNwwSbg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpwsQrc2Jls ... and then this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_aPB2pPzqE ...
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Is asking questions about raspberry pi specific editions or distributions on topic here?

I'm a little surprised my question is off topic here. I'm stuck with a point on how to correctly setup a raspberry pi specific distribution (of alpine). I'm happy to take the question over to U&...
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2022: a year in moderation

As we say goodbye to the old year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the preceding calendar year. As most of you here are aware, sites on the Stack Exchange ...
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Canonical question+answer about direct ethernet connection PC Windows <-> headless RPi?

After years of raspberrypi-ing, I randomly found a much easier way to connect PC Windows <-> headless RPi, without worrying about IP address, nmap scanning. I wanted to post it as an answer. ...
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Reject edits with just added tags

I have rejected some edits by @RoninEngineer. To add RPI-4 tags to a question that is a generic question and NOT specific for Raspberry Pi 4 is not an edit that enhance the question in my opinion. ...
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What is correct WIFI, WiFi or Wi-Fi?

I have seen a lot of edits from "toyota supra" where the user corrects WiFi, Wi-Fi and wifi to WIFI. In my opinion the abbreviation from https://www.wi-fi.org/ and that is Wi-Fi or WiFi.
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(for moderators) why do I have -10 reputation for "voting corrected" when I didn't even have one upvote beforehand?

as you can see... I made ONE post in my entire time in this stack, yet before I got a single upvote I lost points.
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Serial voting penalty

I've gotten a -30 point hit on rep just now due to "serial voting". The explanation is generic, and really doesn't help me understand what this is all about. I work hard to to treat everyone ...
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Low voter turnout

I only now learned that rep is required to upvote. I came here to confirm that, and found this related Q&A. The statistics are interesting. And given that the majority of questions on any given ...
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Talking about something else other than the raspberry pi

So I recently posted a question about my raspberry pi: Slanted Screen on raspbian, But I was starting to think that I was asking about the tv instead of the raspberry pi. I was talking about that the ...
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Link to official Raspberry Pi Documentation site not accepted

The following Answer which is a link to official Raspberry Pi Documentation site was disallowed "In keeping with our policy regarding informationless(sic) link-only answers, this post has been ...
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Commemorating the 10th Anniversary of the Raspberry Pi Stack - We need your input for Stack Exchange's upcoming Blog post

As has been pointed out by Steve before, we are commemorating the 10th Anniversary of this site. We have been asked by SE for a brief summary to be featured in SE's blog, see the previous entry for a ...
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Will the "new" chardev interface move all GPIO questions to "Off Topic"?

I just finished making a comment to an OP explaining why his Question had been voted "Off Topic". I was also thinking of my recent Question regarding the "new" chardev GPIO API. ...
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A Brief History of … Raspberry Pi OS

With the 10th anniversary of the Pi there are a number of hardware related articles. Raspbian was initially a port of Debian for the ARM6 processor used on the original Pi. This was optimised to ...
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Scratchpad for testing post formatting

Is there a scratchpad for testing post formatting? I thought I had read something in the past but can't find how.
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Commemorating the 10th Anniversary of this site

The Pi just turned 10 years old. This site will turn 10 on the 9th of June (IIRC). Is anything planned to commemorate? Should we do something to commemorate this milestone? Some ideas: live stream (...
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2021: a year in moderation

As we say goodbye to the old year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the preceding calendar year. As most of you here are aware, sites on the Stack Exchange ...
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Can somebody add a tag for compute-module-4 please

Could somebody add a tag for compute-module-4 please. Thanks in advance
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New Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W

Anyone thinking of picking up the new Zero 2 W? Any projects in mind if you have? Here are the specs from the product page: 1GHz quad-core 64-bit Arm Cortex-A53 CPU 512MB SDRAM 2.4GHz 802.11 b/g/n ...
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Handling really poor questions

I'll confess that I don't expect this proposal to get any real traction here, but I'll make it anyway because: a) I believe the average "question quality" has deteriorated substantially over ...
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General Guidance- retropi

I have a question about my Raspberry Pi Stack Exchange post: Making a Retro Game-General Guidance So I took the tour and definitely asked my question (link above) in the wrong place but maybe this is ...
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Understanding why a question is flagged off-topic

This question about detecting a connection between two GPIO pins (on a Raspberry Pico) is flagged off topic, and the author of the answer indicates the question is considered off-topic. I thought it ...
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I just got a flagged declined and would like discuss on what grounds so I can learn how to use the flags better

I raised a flag "Not an answer" on a answer to nine year old question. The question is "How can I determine the current firmware version number?" And the answer I flagged as a &...
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You cannot delete this post

In the review queue I have attempted to flag a few poor answers in Late Answers e.g. https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/a/130981/8697 [ <- Now deleted ] as "This is an “I’m having this ...
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The Foundation has just scrambled their documentation

Since this past weekend, I've found that virtually all links to the "official" documentation are broken. Visiting the site just now shows why this is. The front page looks similar, except ...
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Why my questions was closed and why I can't VTR it?

Can someone explain me why my question was closed? It: Seems valid. Asks about RPi's core hardware (RJ45 port and chip controlling it). Touches important topic (Why RPi is so extremely slow in ...
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Should we have a tag for Pi-Gen related questions?

The search for pi-gen and pigen currently shows 56 questions related to/mentioning that topic. Is this enough to warrant a "pi-gen" tag?
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Serial upvoter on the loose

Some time ago (in January), I noticed a (-200) reputation change due to voting reversal. Someone just upvoted 20 of my posts within 5 minutes: I thought this was an isolated event, perhaps a user who ...
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What is the point of Community resurrecting questions by unregistered users?

What is the point of Community resurrecting questions by unregistered users? By definition they are never going to have accepted answers. Error in sudo code? E: Type 'sudo' is not known on ...
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Should this site allow Pi-Pico or RP2040 Questions

I expect there will be 3 types of Pi-Pico users (and thus Questions). The first will be Pi users who also want to use/program Pi-Pico from the Pi. There will be a group who just want to use as a ...
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New Raspberry Pi Pico

Ok, so who ordered the new Pico? How many did you order (I wish I had ordered more than 1 so I could try out the debugger)? What do you plan on doing with it?
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2020: a year in moderation

As we say goodbye to the old year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the past 12 months. As most of you here are aware, sites on the Stack Exchange network ...
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Headings in on-topic page need fixing

In the on-topic page, space missing between ### and the heading text: See here: ##If your question is about: Raspberry Pi hardware, including GPIO and other related electronics. Raspberry Pi ...
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An "EQ" for RPi SE

I've just looked at the most recent 50 posts on RPi's Questions page. 33 of 50 were from contributors with a single point of "rep". 6 more Q's sourced from reps of 20 or less. If you include ...
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Answering Linux questions vs close with no comment given

With the significant spread of the Raspberry Pi over the last few years to a broader base the traditional Linux / Markers, and the increase in Linux style questions from new users (signified with 1 ...
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How do you block a user?

I've noticed that, while some users are helpful and courteous, others are self-righteous, pompous, arrogant and, frankly, ignorant of any social graces. How do I get rid of them?
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What are the limits on editing "recycled" questions from "Community"?

Someone asked a reasonable question related to this several months ago. From the answer, it seems that none of us here has any control over the process, or the algorithm. Another approach has occurred ...
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This page is asking you to confirm that you want to leave - data you have entered may not be saved. default

I'm trying to learn the source of this warning: Is this done under control of the browser, or is this part of the code implemented by the website - Stack Exchange in this case? If it's "Stack ...
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