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What is expected of members of EE.SE?

Newcomers to the field can, for example, ask good questions. Or at least questions that fit the rules in the help centre. It will help "seasoned" members get motivated to answer those and others, and ...
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What is expected of members of EE.SE?

I am a newcomer (registered like 3-4 days ago). I just started answering questions when I could and it worked fine. One of my (few) answers was deleted because it was too simplistic, but otherwise I ...
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What is expected of members of EE.SE?

I don't think that new members are "dissuaded" from asking and answering, nor is voting to close or delete contrary to the goals of the site. When posting a question, post a "good" question. Search ...
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negative questions

Is this site for everyone or just for people who already have all the answers? I will break this up into two questions: Is this site for everyone? No. The goal of the Stack Exchange network of ...
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negative questions

The question score and answer score are unrelated. A question with a negative score can have answers with positive scores. I've spot-checked a few of your answers. I appreciate your enthusiasm, but ...
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What is expected of members of EE.SE?

Don't answer a question that is clearly homework with only the answer. If the question is just a cut-n-paste of the homework assignment, close the question for 'lack of effort'. If the question ...
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What is expected of members of EE.SE?

Ask a question: Keep it simple (no intro or thanking) but don't leave out important information State all the important Factors, Variables, Influences (if applicable), etc. Include what you want to ...
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