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Why was this question closed (and then deleted)?

"Why was this question deleted and why was it closed?" The question was closed because three members who have enough reputation to allow them to vote to close questions did so. (As noted by ...
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Why was this question closed (and then deleted)?

A community bot deleted it, not entirely sure why. It could be because of cross posting across sites. But due to the poor content I see no reason to undelete it.
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What are abbreviations used in electrical engineering?

IP (Digital Design) Intellectual property is the already developed module in HDL and is ready to be integrated into the system. Some of them are open-source and the other needs to be purchased to use. ...
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What are abbreviations used in electrical engineering?

UVM Universal Verification Methodology is a standardised method to verify Digital IP design by IEEE. It is generally conducted with SystemVerilog.
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What are abbreviations used in electrical engineering?

ISA Instruction Set Architecture is an abstraction of a processing unit. It defines the instructions, register and memory to execute the program line by line. It can be implemented on FPGA or ASIC to ...
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Answers based on questionable science and possibility of spam

I agree with Voltage Spike's answer. I'd add that we are fortunate because we are dealing with engineering, not pure science, so we can safely assume that "correct" answers should be ...
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When ‘use of consumer devices’ is really an engineering question

A better question would be in this case, is it a design question? If it's not a question about the design of something then it's probably not suited for this site. One thing that has been decided in ...
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When ‘use of consumer devices’ is really an engineering question

I voted to close that question, and it could just have easily been closed with the repair close reason1. I agree with you that it's probably a system noise issue, but the way the question was phrased ...
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Should we merge `ne555` and `555timer` tags into `555` tag?

I see the most voted here is saying to put 555timer tag, but that`s not good because its not only a timer, it can be used as frequency divider , in counters, etc. the problem in merging into a ...
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Answers based on questionable science and possibility of spam

The usual route to dealing with answers that are problematic is downvoting the answer. Generally mods only delete answers that are bad/problematic answers, not answers that are wrong, the voting ...
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Maybe I'm two more deleted comments closer to a suspension

Intro I have written this for a general audience, as I expect the background info may be interesting to other site members, with the part responding to the specific Meta question above near the bottom ...
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I'd like us to participate in the three-vote close experiment

This is live. I've reviewed the request and your recent history and I can definitely see that this will likely benefit the site. Thanks for your patience while we got to the place we could make this ...
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Should we merge `ne555` and `555timer` tags into `555` tag?

I think using the proposed '555' tag is the most inclusive, so, sure, might as well merge them. (What would Colin McRae do? What a ‘555’ tag may look like.)
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Should we merge `ne555` and `555timer` tags into `555` tag?

No, we shouldn't. There's 555 questions that are explicitly about the CMOS variants, and nothing else. Most questions only refer to the 555 as concept, not to the NE555 BJT implementation. 555timer ...
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Should we merge `ne555` and `555timer` tags into `555` tag?

I would think 555timer is the most descriptive and should be the main tag. If there are no objections I'll merge them with 555timer
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