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Style guides such as those on Wikipedia, Stack OverflowStack Overflow, Ask Ubuntu have been greatly helpful for me (and many in those communities) in creating well-written, well-formatted, easy-to-understand, easier-on-the-eye content. So, I would like to propose a style guide for this site.
Yes, I understand that style is more of a personal preference — this is perfectly all right for well written content.
This guide is meant to avoid poorly written, badly formatted, hard-to-understand, hideous looking content; we can all spot one, can't we? And to deal with one when we spot them.
This will be a good one-stop reference for everyone who is interested.

Note:
This is a community wiki, so go ahead and edit this question and the answer(s) to best suit the purpose.

Style guides such as those on Wikipedia, Stack Overflow, Ask Ubuntu have been greatly helpful for me (and many in those communities) in creating well-written, well-formatted, easy-to-understand, easier-on-the-eye content. So, I would like to propose a style guide for this site.
Yes, I understand that style is more of a personal preference — this is perfectly all right for well written content.
This guide is meant to avoid poorly written, badly formatted, hard-to-understand, hideous looking content; we can all spot one, can't we? And to deal with one when we spot them.
This will be a good one-stop reference for everyone who is interested.

Note:
This is a community wiki, so go ahead and edit this question and the answer(s) to best suit the purpose.

Style guides such as those on Wikipedia, Stack Overflow, Ask Ubuntu have been greatly helpful for me (and many in those communities) in creating well-written, well-formatted, easy-to-understand, easier-on-the-eye content. So, I would like to propose a style guide for this site.
Yes, I understand that style is more of a personal preference — this is perfectly all right for well written content.
This guide is meant to avoid poorly written, badly formatted, hard-to-understand, hideous looking content; we can all spot one, can't we? And to deal with one when we spot them.
This will be a good one-stop reference for everyone who is interested.

Note:
This is a community wiki, so go ahead and edit this question and the answer(s) to best suit the purpose.

4 Fixup of bad MSO links to MSE links migration
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Style guides such as those on WikipediaWikipedia, Stack Overflow, Ask Ubuntu have been greatly helpful for me (and many in those communities) in creating well-written, well-formatted, easy-to-understand, easier-on-the-eye content. So, I would like to propose a style guide for this site.
Yes, I understand that style is more of a personal preference — this is perfectly all right for well written content.
This guide is meant to avoid poorly written, badly formatted, hard-to-understand, hideous looking content; we can all spot one, can't we? And to deal with one when we spot them.
This will be a good one-stop reference for everyone who is interested.

Note:
This is a community wiki, so go ahead and edit this question and the answer(s) to best suit the purpose.

Style guides such as those on Wikipedia, Stack Overflow, Ask Ubuntu have been greatly helpful for me (and many in those communities) in creating well-written, well-formatted, easy-to-understand, easier-on-the-eye content. So, I would like to propose a style guide for this site.
Yes, I understand that style is more of a personal preference — this is perfectly all right for well written content.
This guide is meant to avoid poorly written, badly formatted, hard-to-understand, hideous looking content; we can all spot one, can't we? And to deal with one when we spot them.
This will be a good one-stop reference for everyone who is interested.

Note:
This is a community wiki, so go ahead and edit this question and the answer(s) to best suit the purpose.

Style guides such as those on Wikipedia, Stack Overflow, Ask Ubuntu have been greatly helpful for me (and many in those communities) in creating well-written, well-formatted, easy-to-understand, easier-on-the-eye content. So, I would like to propose a style guide for this site.
Yes, I understand that style is more of a personal preference — this is perfectly all right for well written content.
This guide is meant to avoid poorly written, badly formatted, hard-to-understand, hideous looking content; we can all spot one, can't we? And to deal with one when we spot them.
This will be a good one-stop reference for everyone who is interested.

Note:
This is a community wiki, so go ahead and edit this question and the answer(s) to best suit the purpose.

3 Migration of MSO links to MSE links
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Style guides such as those on WikipediaWikipedia, Stack OverflowStack Overflow, Ask Ubuntu have been greatly helpful for me (and many in those communities) in creating well-written, well-formatted, easy-to-understand, easier-on-the-eye content. So, I would like to propose a style guide for this site.
Yes, I understand that style is more of a personal preference — this is perfectly all right for well written content.
This guide is meant to avoid poorly written, badly formatted, hard-to-understand, hideous looking content; we can all spot one, can't we? And to deal with one when we spot them.
This will be a good one-stop reference for everyone who is interested.

Note:
This is a community wiki, so go ahead and edit this question and the answer(s) to best suit the purpose.

Style guides such as those on Wikipedia, Stack Overflow, Ask Ubuntu have been greatly helpful for me (and many in those communities) in creating well-written, well-formatted, easy-to-understand, easier-on-the-eye content. So, I would like to propose a style guide for this site.
Yes, I understand that style is more of a personal preference — this is perfectly all right for well written content.
This guide is meant to avoid poorly written, badly formatted, hard-to-understand, hideous looking content; we can all spot one, can't we? And to deal with one when we spot them.
This will be a good one-stop reference for everyone who is interested.

Note:
This is a community wiki, so go ahead and edit this question and the answer(s) to best suit the purpose.

Style guides such as those on Wikipedia, Stack Overflow, Ask Ubuntu have been greatly helpful for me (and many in those communities) in creating well-written, well-formatted, easy-to-understand, easier-on-the-eye content. So, I would like to propose a style guide for this site.
Yes, I understand that style is more of a personal preference — this is perfectly all right for well written content.
This guide is meant to avoid poorly written, badly formatted, hard-to-understand, hideous looking content; we can all spot one, can't we? And to deal with one when we spot them.
This will be a good one-stop reference for everyone who is interested.

Note:
This is a community wiki, so go ahead and edit this question and the answer(s) to best suit the purpose.

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