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The acceptance checkmarks are for answers that "make a lightbulb go on" in the head of the OP. This is often, but by no means always, the objectively best answer. Sometimes the OP is fixated on one particular point, and an answer that hits that one point hardest will be accepted over a more broadly correct answer.


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Stepping away from what we already do on French Language does not only seem unnecessary, to my mind it does not fit in with Stack Exchange primary purpose of building a library of questions and answers on specific topics and avoiding answers based on opinions, rather than facts, There's no way one could compare code reviewing and translation reviewing. Even ...


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Non tu n'es pas le seul, je pense comme toi. StackExchange dérive de stackoverflow, ou le système était logique : une réponse résout le problème et te débloque, elle est acceptée, point. Le problème c'est que ce système ne s'adapte pas forcément très bien aux autres domaines. Puzzle s'en sorts très bien, mais d'autres sont moins bien lotis, surtout quand ...


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Laure's answer seems very reasonable to me, but for the sake of examining both sides fully I'll give some thoughts tending towards the opposite conclusion (with many caveats!). I think the comparison with Code Review is apt. In my experience programming is half math and half language, and I approach it through the latter lens. The work raises questions that ...


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