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Code blocks with a blank line at the end of a post don't render correctly without a newline after the triple ticks

Here is the source of a code block: ```python import math print("test") ``` it looks like this when rendered; note the triple ticks don't show (...
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Should we decrease the number of close/reopen votes to 3?

A number of sites on SE have since a while reduced the number of votes needed to close/reopen a question to 3. As far as I can tell, this has been generally received well on those sites, as it allows ...
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Why the pile-on of downvotes for one (somewhat impudent) question?

One recently (June, 2024) asked question from a newer user rapidly received four downvotes. From what I can tell of the question, the wording was a little off and somewhat impertinent but the ...
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How should I change my recent "Counterexamples in quantum information" post, if at all?

Two days ago I created the overall well-received post Is there a comprehensive list of counterexamples in quantum information?. Yesterday I got a comment---which in ratio got a fair amount of upvotes ...
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Is it possible to enable markdown parsing of links in comments on questions and answers?

In the body of a question or answer, I can e.g. write [Shor94] to include a reference to a paper, and similarly I can link to other resources — but in comments I seemingly cannot, as I recently ...
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Should we close it or leave it up?

Update: The question was closed, then re-opened by 5 community voters, then "locked", and it currently remains "locked". Today I rushed to ask a question that by its nature will be ...
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2024 Community Moderator Election Results

Moderator election #3 — your "graduation" election — on Quantum Computing has come to a close, the votes have been tallied, and the new moderators are: They will show up on the moderators ...
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2024 Community Moderator Election

The 2024 Community Moderator Election is now underway! Community moderator elections have three phases: Nomination phase Primary phase Election phase Most elections take between two and three weeks, ...
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Shall we ban unregistered users?

Some sites have banned unregistered users from posting on their site. Related discussions to that thread include this one and this one. Shall we do the same here? My opinion is that allowing users to ...
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2024 Moderator Election Q&A – Question Collection

The purpose of this thread was to collect questions for the questionnaire. The questionnaire is now live, and you may find it here. Quantum Computing Stack Exchange is scheduled for an election next ...
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Announcing a “Graduation” election for 2024

Summary: Quantum Computing Stack Exchange will begin the nomination stage for an election on March 12th, 2024, as your “graduation” election. The timeline: On March 5th, 2024, I'll post a question ...
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Should we allow cross-posting?

Whether we should allow cross-posting has already been discussed roughly 4 years ago here. And in that post, I myself advocated that we should allow cross-posting because different sites have ...
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2023: a year in moderation

It’s that time of the year again! As we wave goodbye to last year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the preceding calendar year. As most of you here might be ...
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Thank you Auden Young

I noticed that Auden Young is no longer a diamond moderator on this site, and I just wanted to start a thank you thread here. Thank you Auden, I have appreciated some of your diamond moderation ...
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Can we add syntax highlighting to the Q# tag?

for q#, would it be possible to add csharp syntax highlighting? For now, I have been editing codeblocks in the posts as follows: ```csharp but it would be nice if ...
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Custom badge icon

Like how AcademiaSE, and ChemistrySE, have custom badge icons; it would be cool if we also have something like that. Something like an electron spin Or one of the submissions for the initial QCSE ...
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Tag cleanup 2023

I recently proposed (Do we need tags for highly specific elementary mathematical topics?) we cut down on the number of tags on highly specific mathematical topics. However, I've thought for some time ...
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Can we add syntax highlighting to the pennylane tag?

It seems that the pennylane tag does not have syntax highlighting (see for instance this question). Since Pennylane is a Python framework, is it possible to add syntax highlighting for this tag?
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How long does it typically take for the community to vote on whether to reopen a question or not?

How long does it take typically for the community to vote to reopen (or not) a question? I am new to this website. I asked a question which was criticized for not having been worded properly. To me ...
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Do we need tags for highly specific elementary mathematical topics?

Consider tags such as linear-algebra, inner-product, matrix-representation, tensor-product, partial-trace, trace, eigenvalues-and-eigenvectors, hilbert-space, exponentiation and possibly others I ...
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When to protect questions?

An older question survived a vote to close, and had two answers as of couple of days ago. One by yours truly, and one by @CraigGidney. Craig’s answer, focusing on the particulars of the question and ...
Mark Spinelli's user avatar
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Are questions uniquely about Sakurai relevant to this site?

There’s a quick question here that has at least one upvote at the time of writing, and has an on-point answer, but I struggle to see the relevance of the question to quantum computing. The question is ...
Mark Spinelli's user avatar
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Has the new SE policy on moderating AI-generated content had a noteworthy impact on this site?

The answer here: What should be our default policy in ChatGPT-provided answers? suggests that we've had a lot of posts that were either written by AI or with the help of AI. A set of secret ...
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The sidebar on this site will have much bigger ads, starting on May 10th

As you all know, advertising is an important source of revenue for Stack Overflow and it helps us support all the sites across the Stack Exchange Network and the resources that go into maintaining and ...
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What should be our default policy in ChatGPT-provided answers?

I’m starting to see more and more answers from brand-new users that appear to be ChatGPT-driven copies. They have a veneer of truth but otherwise often miss the mark. Or, if they do fully address the ...
Mark Spinelli's user avatar
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Is it possible to "swap" duplicate questions?

A while ago, I voted to close this question as a duplicate of this one. By the time it got closed, an answer has been posted which is IMO better than the answers posted on the other question (this ...
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Congratulations on 19000 users!

A friend asked me about QCSE and I decided to visit just randomly at the time that we had 19,000 users! Considering that we had 16 new users today and 12 new users the day before, it would seem that ...
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2022: a year in moderation

As we say goodbye to the old year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the preceding calendar year. As most of you here are aware, sites on the Stack Exchange ...
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Congratulations to DaftWullie for reaching a reputation of 50,000!

Any day now, the Quantum Computing Stack Exchange will have its first user to have reached 50k reputation! I, for one, appreciate DaftWullie's many wonderful and varied contributions to this site. ...
Mark Spinelli's user avatar
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AWS will soon be sponsoring Quantum Computing

We're thrilled to announce that AWS will be sponsoring Quantum Computing starting on January 16, 2023 through January 16, 2024. We wanted to give you a heads-up and walk you through what that means. ...
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What to do with outdated answers?

I was taking a look at the "First questions" review queue and was asked to review the following question. This question is a duplicate and OP even tells so, so I think it should be closed ...
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Do we want to change the name of the site to "Quantum Computation and Quantum Information"?

Last year we discussed the possibility of changing the name of the site, first in Do we want to change the name of this site? and then in Do we want to change the name of this site? A follow-up. In ...
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What happened to code highlighting?

It seems that code highlighting has been disabled for some time on this site (at least on my side?). I'm not sure, but I think that there was once the possibility to have such a feature, but either my ...
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Should there be separate tags for the W state and/or the GHZ state, and if so when would be the best time to retag?

In my haste in a recent question I accidentally created the w-state tag - I didn't realize that it had not already been created. Apparently there is similarly no <...
Mark Spinelli's user avatar
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Custom link on the mathjax help page

On the editing help page there is a MathJax-dedicated section, which includes a "Learn more" link. We've recently been reminded that this link, whose default and current target is https://...
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How to correct small typos?

I noticed an answer which had misspelled "Shor's Algorithm" as "Short Algorithm" but when I tried to correct this single change I was prevented since edits require at least 6 ...
Sidharth Ghoshal's user avatar
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Why such a huge drop in new visits?

See this graph:
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When should the assumption of good faith be abandoned for new users?

There is a very recent question from a new user who seems to be new to stack as well. The question strikes me as a bit of trolling, and may be asked in bad faith. My spider-sense is tingling. The ...
Mark Spinelli's user avatar
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Clarification for IBM Challenge and questions as such

This question here ansatz to VQE in Portfolio Optimization specifically asked for help to IBM Challenge clarification. One thing I would like to know/understand better is the following: I don't know ...
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Help in selecting proper Stack Exchange forum for discussion on a November 2021 Stanford article

I was wondering what forum I may find participants here at Stack Exchange that are open to discussing the foundations offered in this article in November 2021: Researchers propose a simpler design for ...
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Should there be a tag for the "Introduction to Classical and Quantum Computing" textbook by Wong?

There've been some meta-questions about tags for textbook exercises, see this one in particular. We have the tag nielsen-and-chuang for Mike and Ike, and we have a general tag textbook-and-exercises ...
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Make possible to update the answers to a post by anyone (for current research answers which are frequently moving)

I asked this question Review paper on depth, qubits and $T$ gates number on Clifford+T decomposition for various "typical" algorithms I feel like the answer to this kind of question can ...
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Should we blind the reputation of askers/answers on the main page and within asked questions?

Reviewing MathOverflow a recent change that I just now observed is that the reputation of the users who ask and answer questions is not clearly observed within the main page, nor within the question ...
Mark Spinelli's user avatar
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2021: a year in moderation

As we say goodbye to the old year and welcome the new one, we have a tradition of sharing moderation stats for the preceding calendar year. As most of you here are aware, sites on the Stack Exchange ...
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Please add ChemJax

Currently, the only sites with the mhchem extension to MathJax are Chemistry.SE, Biology.SE, EarthScienes.SE, MatterModeling.SE. I would have liked to use ChemJax ...
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Are we no longer sponsored by Strangeworks?

I no longer see the "Sponsored by Strangeworks" ad at the top of the site: Furthermore, for the first time, I've seen an AWS ad: I thought the loss of the sponsorship ad at the top, might ...
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What role should QC.SE play as a Qiskit and other quantum SDK's support forum?

The [qiskit] tag has over 1200 questions on QC.SE. There are lots of examples of "good" questions and helpful answers. However, in my limited experience, a number of qiskit tagged questions ...
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Quantum Computing is graduating!

Good news! Based on longevity, number of questions/answers, visits, and other stats, the site is going to graduate shortly. In other words, we are leaving our "Beta" phase, and will ...
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Where do people get such nice-looking circuits?

I've been asking and answering some questions recently and have been drawing my own circuits (in PowerPoint), that aren't always aligned or have too thick/too thin weights on the lines/etc. I compare ...
Mark Spinelli's user avatar
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Do we want accepted answers to be pinned to the top?

SE is making the way accepted answers behave configurable per-site and is looking for input from our side as to what our preference is. Currently, accepted answers - answers that the asker of the ...
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