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It seems the community itself does not see a problem with this type of questions. The issue was brought up mostly by the moderation teama small group of users, and there was not much community response to it.

So I would implement the "policy" of not treating this kind of questions in a special way.

Insisting on making a policy that differs from this by all means, by writing new meta posts trying to draw new attention to what the community most probably considers to be a non-issue, might look a bit busibody.

Also, making an executive decision in this situation bears the danger of being seen as rule of fiat indeed, if it is not supported by the community.

Sometimes, the best policy is to do nothing.

It seems the community itself does not see a problem with this type of questions. The issue was brought up mostly by the moderation team, and there was not much community response to it.

So I would implement the "policy" of not treating this kind of questions in a special way.

Insisting on making a policy that differs from this by all means, by writing new meta posts trying to draw new attention to what the community most probably considers to be a non-issue, might look a bit busibody.

Also, making an executive decision in this situation bears the danger of being seen as rule of fiat indeed, if it is not supported by the community.

Sometimes, the best policy is to do nothing.

It seems the community itself does not see a problem with this type of questions. The issue was brought up by a small group of users, and there was not much community response to it.

So I would implement the "policy" of not treating this kind of questions in a special way.

Insisting on making a policy that differs from this by all means, by writing new meta posts trying to draw new attention to what the community most probably considers to be a non-issue, might look a bit busibody.

Also, making an executive decision in this situation bears the danger of being seen as rule of fiat indeed, if it is not supported by the community.

Sometimes, the best policy is to do nothing.

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just_curious
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It seems the community itself does not see a problem with this type of questions. The issue was brought up mostly by the moderation team, and there was not much community response to it.

So I would implement the "policy" of not treating this kind of questions in a special way.

Insisting on making a policy that differs from this by all means, by writing new meta posts trying to draw new attention to what the community most probably considers to be a non-issue, might look a bit busibody.

Also, making an executive decision in this situation bears the danger of being seen as rule of fiat indeed, if it is not supported by the community.

Sometimes, the best policy is to do nothing.