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It doesn't look like there's a specific question on Raspberry Pi Meta, but there's a question on Meta Stack Exchange, the network-wide meta site, which answers this. As stated in ChrisF's answer there: You're right, putting "[SOLVED]" in the title is not the right thing to do. If the OP made the edit then leave a comment explaining the correct ...


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Since this site is so fond of statistic in general and not in technical resolution to posts For me there is a non-sequitur in that sentence -- I think it would make more sense to say that because SE policies and mechanisms are often statistics driven that we are especially mindful of technical resolutions to posts, even if this resolution is sometimes not ...


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I think there are a couple of big differences between Stack Exchange and your typical forum that you've brought up here: This site aims to be a focused Q&A site about the Pi rather than a general discussion forum and as such there are a few more requirements here than other sites—for example, questions need to be clear, potentially useful to others, and ...


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It could be useful to put "[solved]" into the question title if you're about to post a self-answer afterwards. That saves the effort of people trying to answer the question before the self-answer is posted. Once the self-answer is there, one could remove the "[solved]" tag to make the question look normal.


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Stack Exchange sites fill the box with the question score or the number of answers on questions with accepted answers in green anyway. The only use of it would be for people who don't use the site but want answers for their questions because they wont know that the tick mark means accepted until they hover over it. Other forums might not have a button ...


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