There are currently 13 questions tagged with faq-proposed, the "staging ground" for posts before they become official faq posts and are added to the FAQ. faq-proposed is not intended to be a permanent tag, more of a placeholder, yet of these 13 questions, the most active (in terms of tag edits) was this one, where the tag was part of the initial question, almost 2 years ago.
While the FAQ isn't exactly the most visited page, it cannot hurt to keep it up to date and relevant, rather than having useful posts scattered around Meta.
I propose the following:
- We go through all 13 of these questions and either add them to the faq or remove the faq-proposed tag from them (and potentially update the questions and answers to some)
- We find any posts without either FAQ tag that could potentially be added to the faq and add the faq-proposed to them
The 13 FAQ proposed questions are:
- How does this site work?
- New users' guides to golfing rules in specific languages
- In bash, can I use non-coreutil programs
- Useful External Resources
- How are bytes counted in assembly?
- Catalogue of Catalogues
- Is it OK to promote my own posts in chat?
- Are two questions duplicates if they have different scoring rules?
- How long should I wait before accepting an answer?
- General rules for custom languages and libraries
- Should submissions be allowed to exit with an error?
- Default for Code Golf: Program, Function or Snippet?
- How do we deal with novel emerging/recurring challenge types?