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The reason rejected spam edits used to be a problem is because even when rejected they were still publicly visible and spammers would use that as proof to their clients they had successfully spammed their site. That was changed over a year ago so that now you can only see edits rejected as spam / vandalism if you have an account and are logged in: Why are ...


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Your post is useful for the site. SFF Stack Exchange has a very clear community policy that questions should not be deleted simply because they're duplicates. Jason Baker's answer to the linked meta discussion provides lengthy arguments for why this would be a bad idea, but the TL;DR is that leaving duplicate questions undeleted increases searchability and ...


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It should be fine now so I've unlocked them. If you see any spam suggested edits (on those or any other posts) please ping a mod or raise a flag.


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We were waiting for community consensus regarding political discussions in general. Shortly after the community started discussing the answer in question on meta, a new meta question was posted asking whether or not political discussions were generally permissible on this site. Based on the voting on that question, the community has established a consensus ...


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Rand's answer is an excellent explanation of SE policy and why your specific question should remain undeleted (it increases searchability, and you can edit it to possibly re-open it). Additionally, it's worth noting that Law.SE has a question about getting one's own questions/answers deleted which notes that Users grant StackExchange a licence: You agree ...


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I've unlocked it, since as you say it's been a while and hopefully there's no longer a content dispute. If the edit war resumes, please flag the post for mod attention.


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