I propose to undelete my question:
Something like mathoverflow in other sciences
It was asked in the early days of MO and has some useful links and information. I Have no idea why some people wanted to delete it 11 months ago.
Why did Bourbaki ignore the theory of categories? only survived 25 hours in 2013, collecting 5 answers; it has been closed ever since. The reason given (“not constructive”, “will likely solicit debate, arguments,...” rather than “facts, references,...”) would no longer be an option, and seems refuted by the facts, references, etc. since added in ...
This cw question (on the spelling of Chebyshev and Cholesky) has good answers and I think it deserves to be reopened. (The sole Chebyshev case was worth a specific discussion, and for this reason I think it's fine to have it here rather than on a linguistics forum.)
Status [UNDELETED] . (Thank you!)
I ask that Counting multiples in short intervals be recovered. I will provide an answer that is an enhancement of Lucia's comment as well as motivation for the question. It is part of my exploration of a combinatorial approach in number theory. (GRP20200411)
I would like to add as undelete-request On variants of the abc conjecture in terms of Lehmer means that was automatically deleted yesterday. If possible, I think that it is an interesting question about the abc conjecture. Many thanks.