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I don't know, I am allowed to say this or not but I didn't like the sub divisions of group in Math group.

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And there must be some other efficient way to search the asked questions.
"I don't know, I am allowed to say this or not" Sure, you can say it, whether anyone will listen is another matter. And I agree with you about the search which has been on feedback since Adam was a lad.
You're certainly allowed to say it and we will listen providing you have good reasoning. That doesn't mean we'll bend to your will, but we do listen. In regards to search, it's something we want to do but we don't have the resources to at the present time.

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Over-moderating the content of a community causes its members to shy away from speaking their minds. As long as the content of a post is not explicit, people shouldn't wonder whether or not they're allowed to say it. Somehow, we've gotten to a place where they do. Think about it.

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