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For questions about code golf challenges and/or submissions. DO NOT post code golf challenges themselves as questions here; those belong on the main site or in the Sandbox if you want to get feedback …
For questions regarding answers posted to challenges. This tag is not for questions about a specific answer, but for answers in general
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For questions about scoring a challenge or how to score a particular language
Indicates you are proposing new rules or asking for clarification on other ones.
For meta questions pertaining to asking other questions, on main or meta.
A sandbox is a place where you can post proposed challenges for others to review.
Requests for help with, or discussion of, a specific question on CGCC.
For questions about using the Stack-exchange chat system
Indicates that the question is about features and discussions that specifically relate to new users on the site.
For questions regarding challenges on main. This tag is not for questions about a specific question, but for questions in general
Questions about the "close as duplicate" mechanism.
For questions that relate to the reasons behind closing a challenge/challenges
For questions that relate to the quality of challenges on the main site
For questions about up/down-voting posts. Not to be confused with close, reopen, deletion, or election votes.
Questions about what sort of questions are appropriate for PPCG.
Indicates you are either proposing or asking for clarification on winning criteria.
For questions about editing - both when and how editing is done on either main or meta sites
Questions and discussion related to CGCC Meta itself, not just CGCC. Questions with this tag should specifically relate to Meta and not to the main site
These questions are the most frequently asked and answered questions on Meta and the first place to look for answers to your questions
General questions about questions that have been closed because they do not meet the criteria defined in the FAQ.
Questions about moderation of this site, including the site moderation tools, policies on moderation and specific moderating actions taken by users
For clarification of rules that apply to challenges if not mentioned by the author
Each month, we select a "language of the month" - a programming language that isn't as well used on the site - in order to promote usage of that language. This tag is for questions relating to the Lan…
Reputation is the system used by Stack Exchange to measure the values of a user's contribution to the site. As users gain more reputation, they are trusted with more privileges that help the users mod…
Indicates that the reported behavior is intentional and not subject to change
Flagging is a way for any user with 15 reputation or more to alert the site moderators about problematic posts. Use this tag on questions that directly relate to the flagging system and flags as a who…
Questions about the site's diamond (♦) moderators, along with their powers and actions
For questions about the commenting system, such as how it works and what the appropriate usage is