Luke Mathieson
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What is the exact difference between CS and theoretical CS SE sites?
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To quote directly from the help page on cs.SE, and the about page on cstheory.SE: Computer Science Stack Exchange is for students, researchers and practitioners of computer science. and ...

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Is CS.SE an appropriate place to ask for for references to toolkits/programs relating to CS?
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It would seem to me that such a question is not explicitly prohibited by the FAQ, the first two "don't ask" examples would be the most relevant to consider: "What's your favourite ...?" might apply; ...

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About the tag graph-algorithms
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Not that this really adds a lot, but it at least gives a place for people to vote in favour of discarding graph-algorithms and using algorithms + graphs. My perspective is that this is the more ...

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Giving a user improvement suggestions for implementation
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I think in this case there's a few of intertwined things: I suspect that Raphael was commenting with his user hat on, rather than his mod hat - that is, his comment should be viewed as his ...

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New close reasons: unclear, too broad, opinion-based, and custom sub-reasons off-topic
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I think the replacements proposed in the question for "not constructive" and "not real" are a good move. Although the possible motivations for these closure reasons are stated relatively clearly, I ...

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2015 Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire
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Candidate: Luke Mathieson What is your take on "problem dumps", "check my work" and "hint-only answers", respectively? In reverse order, "hint-only" answers are not arbitrarily unreasonable, ...

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Which migration paths do we want?
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Computational Science Pro People mistake Computer Science for Computational Science, it seems like something that could be dealt with quickly and easily automagically. Con May not happen often ...

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