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Proposal: add custom close reason for questions that are not about Italian language

This is a feature-request post. Upvoting it means you agree with the proposal. Downvoting it means you disagree with the proposal. You can answer or comment if you want, but you don't need to. ...
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What do you think about doubling points earned on questions?

I’ve just received a mail from SO about the decision they made to increase the value of upvotes to questions. Starting today, we’re doubling the reputation points earned from getting an upvote ...
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Should we allow questions of the form “check my work”?

If you go to the help center, you'll find it written there don’t ask any questions about [...] [p]roofreading ("are there any mistakes?"), unless the source of concern is clearly specified but I ...
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When are monolingual dictionaries the answer?

There seem to be a recurring disagreement as to when answers can be dismissed because they can be answered 'just by looking at a (monolingual) dictionary'. More generally there seem to be an opinion ...
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No appropriate close reason for “translate this sentence for me”

While voting to close this question, I noticed that even if we all agree that "translate this sentence for me" questions are not on topic, there isn't a fitting close reason. That question is not ...
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We need more questions / Abbiamo bisogno di più domande

Aggiornamento / Edit (Charo): Cerco di riaprire questo dibattito perché questo sito è meraviglioso, ma sono anche dell'opinione che abbiamo bisogno di un po' più di domande, fatte da più utenti ...
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Are questions about the name to give in Italian to an imaginary creature invented for a game on-topic?

Suppose I want to know what name I should give, in Italian, to an imaginary creature invented for a game (e.g. playing cards). I quote the text describing the creature, and show its picture. Would ...
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Are questions about names on topic?

Occasionally questions about how to name pets appear. For a recent example see this one. My first instinct is to vote to close them (they seem to be the textbook example of opinion-based). What does ...
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Discrepancy between lists of unanswered questions

If one clicks on "Unanswered" as shown in the figure below one gets a list of questions with no upvoted or accepted answers. But questions with only downvoted answers don't appear in this list. Can ...
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Why “99% answered”?

If the fraction of answered questions is at present 523/524 = 0.9981, why Italian.SE gives "99% answered"? I've noticed that other sites with similar fractions of answered questions state "100% ...
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Why does an edit to an answer of mine appear to have been edited by “Community”?

This is not a really important question, it's only a matter of curiosity. I made an edit to this answer of mine to add some more details. To my surprise, I got the message "Your edit will be placed in ...
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How to deal with questions asking whether an expression is dialectal?

We agreed that questions exclusively about dialects are off-topic when they don't related to the Italian language. But sometimes the OP doesn't know whether the expression is dialectal or not, ...
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Would a question asking how to interpret Google Ngram results be acceptable?

Using Google Ngram, I noticed that pressocché ovunque appears from 1950, even though Lo Zingarelli 2013 reports that pressoché and pressocché are from XIII century. Would a question asking how that ...
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Dobbiamo preoccuparci della scarsità di domande?

Quali soluzioni potrebbero proporsi per risolvere il problema della scarsità di domande? Potremmo concludere, per esempio, che i membri della community non hanno da chiedere alcunché? Certo, per ...
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Should we allow questions/answers to be in Italian?

I'm afraid questions written in Italian won't be beneficials for people whose Italian skills are not developed enough. Should we allow to write question/answers in Italian, or should we rather ...