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Yes, we should have a three vote close question review queue


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It seems like a great subject to incorporate, since bioprinting is 1) pretty neat and 2) an important application for 3D printing in general... but I sort of suspect none of our active users have the necessary expertise at the moment. It's a highly specialized field. We don't want the question to sit for an extended period with (at best) 1-2 mediocre answers,...


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I think 3D bio printing - just like any kind of 3d printing - certainly should fall within the scope of this site. One could argue that such questions are hard to answer, and most likely outside the knowledge of most users, but I still think good bio questions should be encouraged. As for the linked question specifically, I think it is way too broad, ...


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Rationale: why do we close questions? There are really two ways to do moderation. If you've been on any of the .moderated newsgroups you'll be well aware that to get a post on there, it needs to undergo a review process first and be accepted. The aim is to keep problem discussions from arising. SE is slightly different - it works the other way. Anyone can ...


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I've thought about this in the past as well. I'd be curious if anyone from the Stack Team has any issues with the following format: 1) This functionality needs to be explicitly outlined in our On-Topic page! 2) Any of these types of questions should be created by a moderator and immediately "converted to wiki" (see mod options) 3) The question should ...


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