If an event is less than one year old from this calendar year (thanks quid!), the year is not written. I recognize that this is not a convention that is immediately unambiguous to new users. Perhaps we can add a feature request to make everything ISO 8601-compliant.


As explained in Todd Trimble's comment, It's Community Wiki. You don't gain or lose reputation points when a thread is in CW. Further reading: What are “Community Wiki” posts?


We could be a little more descriptive in the post history table when it comes to these edge cases, it's just that they rarely come up and get noticed. Here's the chain of events: 5 Close votes accumulate, 4 sending it to math.stackexchange Post is closed and locked for migration Problem with tags not existing on the destination site, migration rejected ...


It was a caching issue. When a tag is first created on a site (especially by means like an automated system, such as what generated the announcement for the election), the process for categorizing tags may not have caught up. election was in a similar boat at first, but because I posted the Election Q&A with the tag, it then realized it is indeed a real ...


It's cleverly hidden under the Stack Exchange logo drop-down on the right-hand side of the top bar (NOT the one on the left-hand side of the top bar): Alternately, you can just type "meta." in the title bar after placing the cursor in front of the normal site's URL; in some cases this can be faster.

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