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Removing flagging (and thus relieving mods of the need to babysit)

I don't see us ever taking away the ability to report issues in chat or on our sites. If you want a free-for-all chat where anything and everything goes, Stack Exchange chat is not the proverbial ...
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Removing flagging (and thus relieving mods of the need to babysit)

Because flagging does have real uses. If someone is coming in and legitimately name-calling, insulting users, and being disruptive, that's what flags are for. There is no perfect system, no way to ...
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Can I please get the deleted comments made on this question?

We don't resurrect comments unless there's a particularly compelling reason to do so, and "it was interesting" just isn't compelling.
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Is [meta] a bit too meta?

No. The meta is for questions about Meta.SFF itself, and as such is a good tag to have. For instance, this tag is used for discussions about tags on Meta.SFF (Do we really need film/TV Show/Franchise ...
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Introduce NSFW tag and lock all questions tagged with it

It is worth remembering that functionality specific to certain sites ... has limited value. Most sites don't really need this Age here is a pinky swear thing - primarily used for... well, nothing ...
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Is [meta] a bit too meta?

No. This tag is for questions about Meta.SFF itself - certainly a valid topic of discussion for the meta site (since there isn't a scifi.meta.meta.stackexchange.com). It's not even being used ...
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Introduce NSFW tag and lock all questions tagged with it

The NSFW tag Not the worst idea. This can already be done. It would be nicer if it didn't count against the five tags, but /shrug. I swear I'm an adult The proposed new functionality seems like ...
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