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accepted Is it a long term lose to transmit experiment data in KSP .23+?
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comment Is it a long term lose to transmit experiment data in KSP .23+?
This makes sense, thank you. (+1). Assuming no one comes to contradict you or provide a better answer, I'll accept this in a few days.
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asked Is it a long term lose to transmit experiment data in KSP .23+?
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comment Staying neutral at high levels in Fallout 3
Hmm. Interesting. When I play the game "MY way, making the choices I want", I end up very Good. I think this may mean that your way is very different from my way.
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comment How do I get the end of the world?
@SevenSidedDie Actually, in the second link you mention, the top answer specifically agrees with me: "In cases like this, where the question itself is completely generic and applies to many games, adding the title perfectly acceptable, it might be even necessary to circumvent the duplicate title check (you can't have two questions with exactly the same title on the site)." The top answer for the other question seems to indicate the opposite point...that ambiguity is somehow a "feature" because it encourages curiosity. Bleh. I can be curious without people hiding information from me.
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comment How do I get the end of the world?
@SevenSidedDie Hmm...I probably worded the comment too strongly. It's something I have an opinion about, but definitely didn't intend to offend. It's an issue that has also been discussed on other sites...the general consensus I've seen is that while the the game name should definitely be a tag, it should also be in the question title if the question doesn't make sense without it. This question, for example, is showing up in the "hot questions" dropdown area for StackExchange sites...but from the question title without the game name, it's not clear what the question is about.