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I'd like us to participate in the three-vote close experiment

I often feel that questions linger too long before being closed, collecting answers making it difficult to edit a closed question. I would like EE.SE to take part in the recent site-wide "tree-...
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Homework from Chegg posted in EE.SE…bots?

I've noticed recently that some really poor questions are being asked by users with usernames that consist of two lowercase characters followed by four digits. For example, here's one from user gc7283:...
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Replace question based on comments

I asked a specific question which might be difficult to answer (link). A few people tried giving me pointers and I improved the whole circuit, which makes the question not relevant anymore. How should ...
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Why are edits removing unnecessary references to racially charged terms being rejected?

The terms "master" and "slave" have been widely used within electronics, but we need to recognise that these terms are racially charged. There are plenty of alternative words that ...
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Are questions on large scale civil electrical engineering on-topic?

I'd like to ask why it takes years to build a single large grid transformer. Is a question like that on-topic? If it's not on-topic here, would it be on-topic on a different stack?
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block the [channel] tag

The channel tag is a useless meta-tag: this tag does not add any useful meaning by itself, it requires other tags to provide context. That's not how our tags are supposed to be used. channel has 0 ...
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Why this question is off topic and how to make it on topic?

Does it make sense to buy this voltage stabilizer for this air conditioner? I really don't think it's not about electrical engineering. I can't find any other suitable website to know scientific ...
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The LaTeX sandbox question is crashing the page

In Chrome, the EE.SE LaTeX test page crashes the tab. Link below: Test the new LaTeX markdown in this Sandbox question! The page partially loads (at least everything near the top for me), and then I'm ...
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Lengthy “blog style” attempts to answer - how to treat them?

As prompted by Russell to open a discussion on Meta :) I don't doubt they are done in good faith, and I applaud any effort to learn a new topic, but how should answers that seem to be an attempt by ...
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Should I edit questions to place a large image below the text?

With new questions I often see a large image at the top and the description and question only below that. I used to edit these questions to place the text on the top, so you can read that first. This ...
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Should we blacklist the [constant] tag?

Quite a few questions that are about constant voltage or constant current sources are often incorrectly tagged with constant and either voltage or current. We already have constant-current (and ...
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Should the [operational] tag be made a synonym of the [operational-amplifier] tag?

The operational tag often appears on questions about op amps. In many cases questions would be tagged with both operational and amplifier instead of the single, correct operational-amplifier (at least,...
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Would a moderator remove the misspelled [operational-amplifer] tag from a locked post?

I noticed the other day that there is a operational-amplifer tag which has "amplifier" misspelled (it is missing an "i'). I've been slowly replacing it on the posts which use it with ...
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Schematic diagram background colour preferences

Should we have any recommendations regarding the schematic diagrams we post? In particular, I find it quite problematic to read schematics on a black background such as this one: - Taken from here. ...
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What should the [transfer] tag be used for?

The transfer tag currently has no wiki guidance and is generally used on questions for one of two purposes: Questions about transfer functions, in which case the question is often tagged both ...
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Answering the *individual*, or answering *the question*?

This question will likely be quickly closed: How to make a POE switch? In itself, the question is valid, although a bit broad. We could expound on what constitutes a Power-Over-Ethernet switch - from ...
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What does the community think about homework answers?

There have been a few users that have continually posted answers to homework questions. This has been discussed here. I think the best course of action is to allow the community to downvote these ...
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Would a moderator edit out the deprecated [learning] tag from the locked posts which include it?

Over the past couple of days I've been editing out the deprecated learning tag from the several dozen posts which had it, since most of those posts are either off-topic or don't need such a useless ...
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Why is somebody editing my questions?

I don't post many questions, but the few that I have --- somebody is coming in and making VERY MINOR edits. I mean like picayune grammatical or punctuation changes. Trivial stuff. Example -- I put 3 ...
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Why do we have an electricity tag if one can't use it?

If it is not allowed, then why is it an option to have?
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2021 Community Moderator Election Results

Electrical Engineering's fifth moderator election has come to a close, the votes have been tallied and the new moderator is: They'll be joining the existing crew shortly—please thank them for ...
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Review Tools Broken?

https://electronics.meta.stackexchange.com/tools?tab=Close&daterange=last30days is completely empty. Is there a problem??
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Why was this question on T Flip-Flops closed? Can we reopen it?

T-flip-flop without using a clock - This is a perfectly reasonable question in my opinion, and there is also a datasheet from Analog Devices of a T Flip-Flop that does not use a separate clock, that ...
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Merge / synonymize [current-source] and [current-sink] tags?

I noticed that we have current-sink which has no tag wiki. I was going to add some information to the tag wiki but I noticed that we also have current-source, which mentions current sinks and (...
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Electronics Election - Votes Remaining

Not the most world-shattering misbehaviour, but while voting in the Electronics Moderator elections, I am informed that: Initially, that I have three votes... After placing my first vote, that I have ...
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Does Digital Design fall into our realm or Stack Overflows realm?

Lots of digital electronics, FPGA Design, Register Transfer Level (RTL) Design questions have been asked and continue to be asked on Stack Overflow, a site for programmers. Take a look at this one, ...
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Make pga tag a synonym of programmable-gain-amplifier tag?

Yesterday I created programmable-gain-amplifier (and added the tag info for it) after I answered a question yesterday about such an amplifier which used pga. There are a few questions which use the ...
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Do you want the electronics questions from Stack Overflow to be moved to Electrical Engineering Stack Exchange?

I have created a question on Meta Stack Overflow to request blacklisting of our favorite tags like fpga, analog-to-digital-converter, asic etc. on Stack Overflow so that questions on those topics ...
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Why did my suggested edit to improve a good question get rejected?

https://electronics.stackexchange.com/review/suggested-edits/278965 This was the question: Why does decreasing the voltage also decrease the circuit frequency? It's a good question but was closed ...
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Typo: [transimpedence] is wrong, [transimpedance] is right, but far less popular

We'll need to retag 89 questions with transimpedence. Is there a script that can automate that? Also, can we please blacklist transimpedence?
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It appears there might be a bug in the rendering of the election pages

For example the "Nominations close in 6 days" line overlaps with part of the lines above: And the same problem is on this page too: I'm using Google Chrome on Ubuntu 16.04, but with the ...
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2021 Community Moderator Election

The 2021 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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2021 Moderator Election Q&A - Questionnaire

In connection with the moderator elections, we are holding a Q&A thread for the candidates. Questions collected from an earlier thread have been compiled into this one, which shall now serve as ...
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Burninate [small] tag

I don't see the usefulness of the [small] tag. There are only 4 questions tagged with small. I suggest to burninate it.
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2021 Moderator Election Q&A - Question Collection

The purpose of this thread was to collect questions for the questionnaire. The questionnaire is now live, and you may find it here. Electrical Engineering is scheduled for an election next week, ...
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Possibly clarify the “shopping” OT closure rule

Appropriate closure? This closed question below (OT, the "shopping" issue) wasn't actually asking for reviews of commercial electronic devices, or for component purchase recommendation. ...
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How to deal with datasheet requests

We have quite a lot questions that basically state I need a datasheet for XYZ, but haven't been able to locate one. I'm assuming the search for ...
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What is this closed question lacking in clarity?

What can cause voltage irregularities across an IC chip? The question seems to me straightforward and answerable, though since only one person tried I understand there is a problem with it. Probably ...
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Are problems regarding headphones off-topic?

So I found this Stack Exchange site and I have problems with the left earbud of my wired headphones, and after overdoing such instructions here, I decided to ask about my problem with my earphones so ...
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Are questions of the form “What is the best way to explain concept/phenomenon X in answers” appropriate for EESE and/or EESE/Meta?

There are times, in the process of answering questions, that there is a mismatch between what I am hoping to convey, and how some site participants interpret what I am trying to convey. (I will give ...
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What engineering software tools should we support on EE?

I see a lot of questions such as this very recent one that is requesting help/support with Qsys with the specific question being: - it is possible to be able to connect conduits together between ...
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Migrated question that might have been relevant on here

Just seen this question: https://engineering.stackexchange.com/q/39823/10902 migrated from here to Engineering. I added a comment that the most similar application of that sort of safety was in car ...
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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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Is the Stack Exchange APP for Android still available?

I have used the Stack Exchange APP for Android before and found it useful (a bit limited). I don't see it in the Play Store for Android. Also, I don't anymore see a reference to the APP here on Stack ...
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Time to burninate [small-electronics]?

There has been a tag small-electronics on this site, and I have no idea what it means. Is there such a thing as small and big electronics? I suggest to delete the tag small-electronics
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Homework answers on demand

Four questions from this person have been answered by the same member and appear to contravene what is said here: - How do I ask and answer homework questions?. In particular, this advice is given: - ...
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What is the Etiquette for Solution Verification of Homework?

I'm wondering what the standard procedure for getting my homework's solution verified by the community is. I was thinking of going through the following steps: Posting the original question. Showing ...
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The topic of wholesale energy markets

I am interested in posting some questions on EE.SE on the topic of wholesale electricity markets as opposed to Economics.SE This topic is taught in many 400-level undergrad EE degrees that have a ...
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Can we have cite button?

Math SE has got a cite button to give citations on homeworks or etc. Can we have it here too? Do we want a cite button? What are the advantages\disadvantages? A quote from math stack exchange to ...
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Suspicious upvotes

Quoting from a posting on Arduino Meta: "User dannyf gets every day since October upvotes on three to five old answers. That makes around 2400 points in two months." Looking at this bit of ...

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