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Should users be shown some basic information before posting the first question?

Maybe we could go in a similar way as on Mathematics where the How to Ask page1 is shown to a user who asks their first question. But on Mathematics the How to Ask page is slightly modified to include ...
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Should users be shown some basic information before posting the first question?

Yes, we should have a page (or a box in the "ask question" page) filled with basic instructions, including "this site is for questions that are non-obvious to professional mathematicians" and "use ...
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4 votes

About the option of editing comments - a different algorithm?

What this doesn't account for is people actively typing replies to something you said which might or might not be posted prior to your attempt to edit, so you'd still have the possibility that a ...
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Should users be shown some basic information before posting the first question?

Regardless of any advice pages, perhaps mandatory before 1st question by new user, how about getting the attention of everyone who views any math overflow page? Include a prominent banner on the top ...
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I can't post comments on first generation iPad

I am sorry but we don't support that version of Safari anymore.
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Adding "Academia.StackExchange" to the migration list

Migrations are often a point of contention between communities, so we are very conservative when it comes to adding default migration paths. In essence, a site would need to show a history of ...
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