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Why is the subdomain ham.SE?

I wasn't here for that decision, but I can provide some informed speculation: Short domain names are nice, and most *.stackexchange.com names are kept as short as ...
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Why is the subdomain ham.SE?

This site is named ham.stackexchange.com because we wanted a site name that indicated the site is for Amateur Radio. The SE staff originally was going to name it Radio, but there were a number of us ...
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Serial Upvoting: Should I be concerned?

Don't worry, that's indeed most likely a new user, unfamiliar with Stack Exchange rules, who wanted to award you bonus points because they saw a particularly helpful answer of yours. The correct way ...
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Please create tags for BNC connectors and N type connectors

Done. Tags have to be on at least one question, so I added them to your question. Note that tags should generally be broad enough to have plenty of content (compare Have a tag for every single device?...
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Bounty will not let me give less than 100 points

From How does the bounty system work? : What is the minimum amount of rep I can offer a bounty for? For most questions, 50 reputation. There are some exceptions, though: If you have already answered ...
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Where is this site's scope formally documented?

https://ham.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic This is in the help center, and it can be updated by moderators as required. If you have a specific proposal to change, feel free to ask a new question ...
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Is this edit working?

Your question is not clearly written. In general, there are two kinds of questions: concrete questions about a specific case, and theoretical questions. "What [power level] is safe" suggests a ...
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Is there a Logout/Off procedure ?

You can log out, using the "Stack Exchange" pull down menu at the navigation bar. You will find your active community at the top, including a log out link.
Edwin van Mierlo's user avatar
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Why has the timeout been reduced in chat?

I don't know what might be up about the timeout, but I've unfrozen the room.
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How do I write fancy equations in a question, answer, or comment?

Short answer: use MathJax! There's a great cheat-sheet style tutorial and quick reference here! Also if you click "More" in the formatting tips near the edit box for any question or answer, ...
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Is this edit working?

Since we are all unpaid volunteers here and our time is limited, it is expected that users will do a reasonable amount of research before asking a question here. Please see How do I ask a good ...
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Where is this site's scope formally documented?

I ended up finding this via a link on one of those flagged questions, actually one step removed at least for the on hold question I saw first. The fairly-generic "How do I ask a good question?" help ...
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