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You may have a point in general, but I fear your example is a bad one. That edit was absolutely harmful! It changed a correct grammatical question ("How can I?") into something that is grammatically wrong: "How to?". "How to" is not a question, it is a declaration. So "How to boil pasta" is a fine title for an article ...


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To answer the title of your question: no, SE's format does not support Questions in the form of "reports". Each Question should have a problem that has a solution (Answer). Self-answers are completely acceptable, too, if you've found an interesting problem and have found a solution to it. As I said on your question, if you're trying to understand ...


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I saw those edits today, and wondered the same thing -- thank you for bringing it up on Meta for discussion! IMHO, package-management covers both the installation and the removal aspects (besides updates and searching & etc). Unfortunately, I think it would be a bit of a stretch to use package-management for tarball-type installs. I could see keeping ...


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On the reviewer side, there's a meaningful difference between the current message: This edit does not make the post even a little bit easier to read, easier to find, more accurate or more accessible. Changes are either completely superfluous or actively harm readability. And your proposed: Although your suggestion does not harm the post, I fail to see any ...


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Today I work as a process supporter (client operation service, 2nd level) for a service company that gives support to a german car manufacturer using a service manager software ITIL framework based. The job is a dream regarding the IT environment: Everyday new topics coming from first level problems, a lot of IT People involved but I do not have to be on top ...


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