Unanswered Questions

22 questions with no upvoted or accepted answers
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Vote Early, Vote Often!

Note: This post is identical to this one on Vi & Vim stack exchange I would like to echo a post that Scott Morrison made on Meta.Tex.SE: I'm a moderator from MathOverflow, and this "question&...
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Create the Tag Wikis!

In order to have a well worked out beta we need to understand the tags that we use. So, we need people to start creating the wikis for the tags. This will allow new users to better understand what to ...
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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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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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2022 Community Moderator Election

The 2022 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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Does this stack exchange accept resource request questions?

I'd like to find a on a particular strand of book of French folklore, and I've had no had no luck with Google. I was wondering if the site policy allows me to ask for references here?
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Are legends on topic here,seeing its close ties in definition to folklore?

I am new to this site and would like to have some clarity for myself. I am not talking about urban legends either. Do you consider folklore and legend to be the same or different for this site?
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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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Should we be more measured in how we regard Theoi?

Theoi is useful and incredibly convenient, but it it is not definitive, nor peer-reviewed: Listed passages on a given subject are often assumed to be the complete body of material, which may not be ...
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Dead Languages/Living Myths

Not to keep stirring the pot (although I am more and more seeing my role here as partly taking on unpopular positions, in order that they are at least represented;) but where do artists like André ...
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Myth of the Month #3: Lebor Gabála Érenn

I've picked femtoRgon's suggestion, the Lebor Gabála Érenn, as our third myth of month. Here's an English translation of the myth: Lebor Gabala Erenn: The Book of the Takings of Ireland, better known ...
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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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Happy Birthday, us!

According to Area 51, we are 365 days old! I've seen Movies.SE do a similar thing, so I'll try that. So Mythology.SE. Where are we? What should we work on?
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How often do you have to log in to be an "active" user?

In the summer, there will be a time (at least three months, eight max) where I will be 1000% unable to log in to this site (or use WiFi at all). So, I was just wondering if it will take me two years ...
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List of Peer Reviewed Mythological Resources

PERSEUS PROJECT (TUFTS UNIVERSITY): Perseus offers a large body of texts in the original, usually with linked English translations, and utilizing hypertext links for vocabulary. The collection ...

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