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2021: a year in moderation

As we say goodbye to the old year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the preceding calendar year. As most of you here are aware, sites on the Stack Exchange ...
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Duplicates on other SO sites

See: Can't connect to Mosquitto broker with local IP address This is basically a (lower quality) duplicate of the SO question https://stackoverflow.com/q/65278648/504554 Should there be a way to ...
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2021 Community Moderator Election Results

Moderator election #1 on Internet of Things has come to a close, the votes have been tallied, and the new moderator is: They will be joining the existing crew shortly — please thank them for ...
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How did excitement for this site die down?

I see that in 2017 people were very excited about this site, for at least a year: However that chat room has been quite silent since then, and the last Meta post by a user was over a year ago. As an ...
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2021 Community Moderator Election

The 2021 Community Moderator Election is now underway! Community moderator elections have three phases: Nomination phase Primary phase Election phase Most elections take between two and three weeks, ...
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2020: a year in moderation

As we say goodbye to the old year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the past 12 months. As most of you here are aware, sites on the Stack Exchange network ...
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Please welcome anonymous2 back to the moderation team!

I'm pleased to announce that anonymous2 has decided to return to the moderation team! He'll be joining us from today, back handling flags and keeping the site clean. I'm sure anonymous2's record ...
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Are questions about problems with a Fitbit on topic?

If I had a problem with my Fitbit, would it be on-topic to ask about it here? This was originally asked on Super User in this question.
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2019: a year in moderation

It's New Year's Day in Stack Exchange land... A distinguishing characteristic of these sites is how they are moderated: We designed the Stack Exchange network engine to be mostly self-regulating, ...
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Goodbye, world (resignation notice)

For those who don't know me well, it's probalby because I'm not very active in the form of questions and answers. As a moderator for going on three years, I've been far more active doing general ...
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Seeking comparison site for SBCs (and would it be on-topic to ask on our main site?)

After my (unanswered) question Seeking ESP32 with display which is supported by the PlatformIO debugger, I thought that I would scrape the PlatformIO docs at https://docs.platformio.org/en/latest/...
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Seeking an STM32 - is the question on-topic?

I am looking for a board, and think that I need someone to say that they have used it, rather than googling for it, and can confirm that it does what I want. I would like to program in Ada, so the ...
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Adding something to the community wiki

I posted a reasonably sized answer to I am new to IOT and am looking for some platform I can use to learn how to create IOT applications As I posted it, I knew that it would be closed (currently held)...
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Looking for good IoT reading material

Is there any regular publication (or even a book(s)) on IoT in general? Or good online sites, worthy of regular reading? I would be interested in articles on: SBCs, such as ESP and Raspberry Pi (...
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Community Promotion ad on Raspberry Pi SE

Greetings which I hope make it past the remove greetings bot ;) I added the IoT.SE community promotion ad used in years past at https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/ to the new (2019) selection ...
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How to track my movements with BLE?

I doubt that this is on topic, or that I can make it so, in order to get an answer on our main site (can I?). please note that I am not looking for an answer here in Meta. Basically, I want to ...
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Is device detection on-topic?

If not, then how can word it? If not possible to be on topic here, then where? Tl;dr - how can I detect the presence of a Xiaomi Mi Band 3? The full story: As you can see from my question on h/w ...
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2018: a year in moderation

It's New Year's Day in Stack Exchange land... A distinguishing characteristic of these sites is how they are moderated: We designed the Stack Exchange network engine to be mostly self-regulating, in ...
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Are questions about robot vacuums on-topic?

We have an interesting question about a Xiaomi robot vacuum over on Super User: https://superuser.com/questions/1367083/rogue-start-up-of-robot-sweeper Unfortunately it is off-topic there as it is ...
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Reopen vote on question that should be deleted

The following question is pretty obviously (at least to me) unsalvageable, the edit was made to point out how badly written the question was and doesn't improve it at all (apart from to make it even ...
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Is IoT SE able to handle Technical Questions with Accuracy?

Is IoT SE able to handle Technical Questions with Accuracy? Or is there simply too small a pool of people who can tell workable ideas from unworkable ones which are obviously unbacked by any subject ...
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Iot Stack logo addition?

When looking at accounts on my profile, we have a generic logo. Lots of other stacks have cool designs. Is anyone accepting design concepts for an IoT logo?
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Cannot select what ever tag for "Next tag badge" selector

In my profile I have to follow smartHome badge instead of for example networking badge, which is my top tag. The selector does not give any other option, it has only that one value. What is wrong?
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Let's advertise with Community Ads! (2018)

Aurora posted an answer on the existing Community Ads Post from last year, mentioning that 2018 Community Ads season is in! This is the chance for us as a community to propose and design creative &...
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Are Pure Coding Questions On-Topic?

This question is the second by the same author asking for code only help for Amazon Web Services. Here is my comment : As I said in my accepted answer to your previous question, I am not sure ...
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Are questions about the Tile tracker on-topic?

I want to ask a question about Tile, a Bluetooth location tracking device. Tile uses Bluetooth to communicate with the companion app on your smart phone or tablet. The Tile app "discovers" a Tile ...
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Can I get notifications for my favorite questions?

Is there any way to follow my favorite questions to get notifications (answer, comment) to my messages inbox such as the question I asked? If there is not, could you add this feature?
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New Year—New Tagline?

The Current Tag Line We had several discussions over our site's tag line so far. It started out on day two of our private beta with the initial ideas for our site's elevator pitch. We also had a few ...
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How Kosher are picture heavy answers?

A few weeks ago I asked a question and got some excellent responses. Based on those responses I did some more research and worked out a solution. That said, the responses are incomplete -- There was a ...
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Experiment: More aggressive review queue indicator

Update on Meta.SE: What criteria should we use to determine which review queue indicator a site will have? Over on Meta Stack Exchange, I announced an experiment that would: Turn on the review queue ...
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One year in beta: how are we doing?

Related: 90 days into beta: how are we doing? So here we are. Time has flown, and we have now been in beta for exactly 365 days - a full year. Let's take a look at the stats: 1.1 questions per day ...
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Are questions about the Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch on topic here?

I've been trying to find an appropriate StackExchange site to come to, to ask questions about using, configuring, and troubleshooting my Samsung Gear S3 smartwatch. This seems to be the closest fit so ...
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Why does header show +6 but Answer show -1

For this answer... https://iot.stackexchange.com/a/2215/3640 Admittedly not a great answer, but why does the Achievements rep shows +6 for this answer but the answer itself shows -1. How can that be?
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Closing or mark questions as answered

I noted that the question: Remote access through carrier-grade NAT is answered, but not via a answer but via a reference to another answer. The thing is that it is still marked as "0" answers and ...
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Will we go down with the number of questions each day?

Today, when I was looking in the Area 51, I found that the number of questions asked in this site seems to be 1 per day, which it says to be poor. As I have noticed, SE will has removed sites from ...
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Voting on closed questions

I have gotten a few up votes on a question that was voted closed. If a question is closed, can votes on it still be taken and points given? Or is this a bug?
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Correct way and place for arguing

I don't know if the question belongs here, but I have faced this mostly in this site. When a question is overly difficult to answer and there is no easy way to tell who is correct, instead of up and ...
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Are questions questions about things that are going to be used in IoT projects on-topic?

Inspired by this question: How can I send images from a webcam using a Raspberry Pi? The premise of the question is to use a Pi to send images from attached web cams to some point in the web. The ...
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Can I ask questions about smart TV not connecting / working properly here?

I've an issue with a particular piece of software that came with the tv not being able to connect in a smart TV. Would that type of question be on-topic as part of the IoT exchange. My thoughts are ...
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How to answer question when not much information about the issue is available and you cannot fetch it by yourself?

There is a vast discussion around this question and its answers, where it is difficult to say who is wrong and right. The question is about a function in a software, where a quite short text You ...
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Should we have a tag for surveillance cameras?

I do see a digital-cameras tag that is used to tag questions related to surveillance cameras. I am proposing a separate surveillance-cameras tag which can be used to tag questions related to ...
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Are Generic Bluetooth Questions on Topic Here?

There have over the past several months been many questions about CSR Bluetooth chips posted, all by the same user. Many of these have gone unanswered, and there's no clear relevance to classic IoT ...
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When Do We Consider Questions about Electronics Aimed at IoT Use Cases On-Topic?

While the close queue is certainly one thing that can and will take care of the following question in either direction I wanted to make a meta post about the on-topic-ness of questions like this one. ...
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Half a Year of Public Beta — Where the Site's at — What Can We Do Better?

This Stack Exchange site is 210 days old. That's pretty much seven months, six of those in public beta. As it happens, just today our Area 51 stat of site visits, which is a 14-day average, has grown ...
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About Posting Alternative Answers — Why Multiple Answers Are a Good Thing!

The Observation The tour page that captures the essence of the Q&A format of Stack Exchange rather well contains two very important sentences about answers. The first being: This site is all ...
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Helping this site grow — can users interested in our site find us?

Recently, the site has been starting to attract quite a few more views and users, which is very encouraging. However, I don't think the site is doing a great job at attracting some of our core ...
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On Voting and Reputation

Voting As detailed in many great posts across the network and this very meta, voting is a very essential part and maybe the most essential part of community moderation. Vote, vote, vote. Encourage ...
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Are MQTT, node-red etc questions on topic here?

I'm starting some home automation and monitoring. I'm using a mixture of commercial devices and some self build electronics. The devices are all tied together by a series of "drivers" that speak MQTT ...
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Should we add a custom off-topic closure reason for questions that have misunderstood our scope?

In the help center, we currently say that: [If your question is] is not about general computer networking, software and hardware, you're in the right place! I propose that we write a custom ...
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Images that are on the IMGUR server can not be viewed

Here in my company there is a policy that limits me to seeing certain websites, which, to a certain extent, I agree. Unfortunately, images that are on the IMGUR server (https://i.stack.imgur.com) can ...
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