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awarded  Commentator
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comment Alternative for Challenge as section header
@FumbleFingers - We are trying to make life easier for all. I know what challenges they will face and how to overcome them because I have done a similar implementation before. So I would not want the implementation team spend time reinventing the wheel.
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revised Alternative for Challenge as section header
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asked Alternative for Challenge as section header
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comment “consumers may not trust producers for (??) enforcing the property”
@MArcin - That should be directed at the OP. Enforcing a property can have specific meeting in some contexts. I can think of this meaning something in programming, as in enforcing the property of a class.
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revised Word for “distance in time”
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revised Word for “distance in time”
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answered Word for “distance in time”
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answered “consumers may not trust producers for (??) enforcing the property”
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answered “Little improvement” vs. “Little improvements”?
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accepted “Managing of something” or “managing something”
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comment What does “non-authors” and “canonical redirects” mean in this sentence?
Both canonical redirects and non-authors are technical terms and have specific meaning in the context of computers. So you better ask the question in stackoverflow.com
May
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revised What does “non-authors” and “canonical redirects” mean in this sentence?
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suggested approved edit on What does “non-authors” and “canonical redirects” mean in this sentence?
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asked “Managing of something” or “managing something”
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awarded  Organizer
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revised What is the difference between sugar cane and cane sugar?
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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revised What do you call a letter saying that you are amenable of a request?
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suggested approved edit on What do you call a letter saying that you are amenable of a request?