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No swag please, that is tasteless. Meetups are fine but don't need an anniversary: if people want them, why not just have them whenever? For the anniversary my first idea was something like a collaboratively written joint paper in the DHJ Polymath style, surveying the site's history and mathematically important discussions it has had. It is too late by ...


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As mentioned in Emil Jeřábek's comment (which quickly gained several upvotes), at least some of the "network-wide stuff" (Meta Stack Exchange posts, blog posts) can be useful also for MathOverflow users. Let me suggest an alternative proposal to the complete removal of those links from the community bulletin. Suggestion. Reorder the links in the community ...


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If phrased the right way (so that there is a specific and direct question that will shine light for you), then such questions should be received well on MathOverflow. Rather than point out possible flaws to a linked version of your question in an (to me) unfamiliar technical area, I encourage you to make a new post to meta, of the following form: I want to ...


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Thank you for making your proposal. I see that you have put a lot of thought into it. My counter-proposal (that I haven't specifically run by the other moderators) is that content on MathOverflow be filtered the way it always has been. In detail: Content that is research-level mathematics will not be deleted. Content that is clearly not mathematics, or ...


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I support Darij completely. I'll even go a bit further and say that any thread that stood open since 2009 until 2019 without any complaints or controversies is good enough to stand forever and I'd rather risk offending a few good people than letting the "social justice warriors" control the discussions in any way beyond politely voicing their suggestions now ...


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