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You can file a complaint by clicking on the "Contact" link at the bottom of the main page.


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For the users without sufficient reputation to see the exact wording of why why this was closed see below for the exact text: Questions must demonstrate a reasonable amount of research & understanding of the problem being solved. Please edit to either a) clearly describe your problem and the research done so far to solve it or b) include attempted ...


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Very good question - the hiding of custom close reason seems like either a decision that should be reviewed or we should agitate for changing the threshold - I can see no reason why we shouldn’t let a user like you see precisely why the vote to close was cast. Since they are not widely visible, first the reasons chosen seem appropriate to me, so I won’t be ...


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I agree - if you’re sure you want to escalate - contacting the stack employees is an avenue to review any action here. Whether it’s moderators like you (you can access moderation tools due to reputation), elected moderators - going outside the community is always available. I will link to this overall question on how to question moderator abuse: What ...


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Thanks for bringing this up in Meta. One of the answers on the original questions mentions if the package/application follows unix standards, then install it to /usr/local/. There will be no surprises in the package and you can definitely expect a sub-directory structure like bin, etc, include, share, and so on. which I assumed to be sufficient to answer ...


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