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This support request will require the assistance of a Stack Exchange employee, probably a kindly Community Manager.

As shown at the bottom of this answerthis answer, I present some SEDE results on just how many non-deleted questions’ titles contain any of “correct”, “gramma”, or “right”. I used queries like these to produce those charts:

  1. Closed Questions matching CORRECT/GRAMMA/RIGHT
  2. Open Questions matching CORRECT/GRAMMA/RIGHT

Those allow one to produce a chart like this:

               Closed   Open  Cl/Op%
               ------  ------ ------
1. CORRECT       675    1577     43%
2. GRAMMA        202     515     39%
3. RIGHT          91     293     31%
4. Any           867    2165     40%

However, those figures are quite wrong because they do not contain deleted questions matching those strings.

My specific support request is for a kindly Community Manager1 to please run a version of the closed query against their own private version of SEDE which actually includes the deleted data as well, and then tell us how many they found.

To make it easier, it would be enough just to report back the number of DELETED questions matching any of those strings. With just the result of that single modified query run against the employee-only info, we will be able to fill in the Deleted column’s ??? figure here:

               Deleted  Closed   Open  Cl/Op%
               ------- ------  ------ ------
4. Any           ?????    867    2165     40%

This will allow the ELU community to more realistically consider the potential ramifications of adding those as blacklisted keywords.

Perhaps only “correct” and “gramma’ are what we should end up blacklisting, but we really need to understand the deleted questions first before we can really even discuss this further.

Any other guidance you may wish to give us on this would also be much appreciated.


Footnote

  1. If no kindly Community Manager is available, then any other sort will work, too. :)

This support request will require the assistance of a Stack Exchange employee, probably a kindly Community Manager.

As shown at the bottom of this answer, I present some SEDE results on just how many non-deleted questions’ titles contain any of “correct”, “gramma”, or “right”. I used queries like these to produce those charts:

  1. Closed Questions matching CORRECT/GRAMMA/RIGHT
  2. Open Questions matching CORRECT/GRAMMA/RIGHT

Those allow one to produce a chart like this:

               Closed   Open  Cl/Op%
               ------  ------ ------
1. CORRECT       675    1577     43%
2. GRAMMA        202     515     39%
3. RIGHT          91     293     31%
4. Any           867    2165     40%

However, those figures are quite wrong because they do not contain deleted questions matching those strings.

My specific support request is for a kindly Community Manager1 to please run a version of the closed query against their own private version of SEDE which actually includes the deleted data as well, and then tell us how many they found.

To make it easier, it would be enough just to report back the number of DELETED questions matching any of those strings. With just the result of that single modified query run against the employee-only info, we will be able to fill in the Deleted column’s ??? figure here:

               Deleted  Closed   Open  Cl/Op%
               ------- ------  ------ ------
4. Any           ?????    867    2165     40%

This will allow the ELU community to more realistically consider the potential ramifications of adding those as blacklisted keywords.

Perhaps only “correct” and “gramma’ are what we should end up blacklisting, but we really need to understand the deleted questions first before we can really even discuss this further.

Any other guidance you may wish to give us on this would also be much appreciated.


Footnote

  1. If no kindly Community Manager is available, then any other sort will work, too. :)

This support request will require the assistance of a Stack Exchange employee, probably a kindly Community Manager.

As shown at the bottom of this answer, I present some SEDE results on just how many non-deleted questions’ titles contain any of “correct”, “gramma”, or “right”. I used queries like these to produce those charts:

  1. Closed Questions matching CORRECT/GRAMMA/RIGHT
  2. Open Questions matching CORRECT/GRAMMA/RIGHT

Those allow one to produce a chart like this:

               Closed   Open  Cl/Op%
               ------  ------ ------
1. CORRECT       675    1577     43%
2. GRAMMA        202     515     39%
3. RIGHT          91     293     31%
4. Any           867    2165     40%

However, those figures are quite wrong because they do not contain deleted questions matching those strings.

My specific support request is for a kindly Community Manager1 to please run a version of the closed query against their own private version of SEDE which actually includes the deleted data as well, and then tell us how many they found.

To make it easier, it would be enough just to report back the number of DELETED questions matching any of those strings. With just the result of that single modified query run against the employee-only info, we will be able to fill in the Deleted column’s ??? figure here:

               Deleted  Closed   Open  Cl/Op%
               ------- ------  ------ ------
4. Any           ?????    867    2165     40%

This will allow the ELU community to more realistically consider the potential ramifications of adding those as blacklisted keywords.

Perhaps only “correct” and “gramma’ are what we should end up blacklisting, but we really need to understand the deleted questions first before we can really even discuss this further.

Any other guidance you may wish to give us on this would also be much appreciated.


Footnote

  1. If no kindly Community Manager is available, then any other sort will work, too. :)
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This support request will require the assistance of a Stack Exchange employee, probably a kindly Community Manager.

This support request will require the assistance of a Stack Exchange employee, probably a kindly Community Manager.

As shown at the bottom of this answer, I present some SEDE results on just how many non-deleted questions’ titles contain any of “correct”, “gramma”, or “right”. I used queries like these to produce those charts:

  1. Closed Questions matching CORRECT/GRAMMA/RIGHT
  2. Open Questions matching CORRECT/GRAMMA/RIGHT

Those allow one to produce a chart like this:

               Closed   Open  Cl/Op%
               ------  ------ ------
1. CORRECT       675    1577     43%
2. GRAMMA        202     515     39%
3. RIGHT          91     293     31%
4. Any           867    2165     40%

However, those figures are quite wrong because they do not contain deleted questions matching those strings.

My specific support request is for a kindly Community Manager1 to please run a version of the closed query against their own private version of SEDE which actually includes the deleted data as well, and then tell us how many they found.

To make it easier, it would be enough just to report back the number of DELETED questions matching any of those strings. With just the result of that single modified query run against the employee-only info, we will be able to fill in the Deleted column’s ??? figure here:

               Deleted  Closed   Open  Cl/Op%
               ------- ------  ------ ------
4. Any           ?????    867    2165     40%

This will allow the ELU community to more realistically consider the potential ramifications of adding those as blacklisted keywords.

Perhaps only “correct” and “gramma’ are what we should end up blacklisting, but we really need to understand the deleted questions first before we can really even discuss this further.

Any other guidance you may wish to give us on this would also be much appreciated.


Footnote

  1. If no kindly Community Manager is available, then any other sort will work, too. :)

This support request will require the assistance of a Stack Exchange employee, probably a kindly Community Manager.

As shown at the bottom of this answer, I present some SEDE results on just how many non-deleted questions’ titles contain any of “correct”, “gramma”, or “right”. I used queries like these to produce those charts:

  1. Closed Questions matching CORRECT/GRAMMA/RIGHT
  2. Open Questions matching CORRECT/GRAMMA/RIGHT

Those allow one to produce a chart like this:

               Closed   Open  Cl/Op%
               ------  ------ ------
1. CORRECT       675    1577     43%
2. GRAMMA        202     515     39%
3. RIGHT          91     293     31%
4. Any           867    2165     40%

However, those figures are quite wrong because they do not contain deleted questions matching those strings.

My specific support request is for a kindly Community Manager1 to please run a version of the closed query against their own private version of SEDE which actually includes the deleted data as well, and then tell us how many they found.

To make it easier, it would be enough just to report back the number of DELETED questions matching any of those strings. With just the result of that single modified query run against the employee-only info, we will be able to fill in the Deleted column’s ??? figure here:

               Deleted  Closed   Open  Cl/Op%
               ------- ------  ------ ------
4. Any           ?????    867    2165     40%

This will allow the ELU community to more realistically consider the potential ramifications of adding those as blacklisted keywords.

Perhaps only “correct” and “gramma’ are what we should end up blacklisting, but we really need to understand the deleted questions first before we can really even discuss this further.

Any other guidance you may wish to give us on this would also be much appreciated.


Footnote

  1. If no kindly Community Manager is available, then any other sort will work, too. :)

This support request will require the assistance of a Stack Exchange employee, probably a kindly Community Manager.

As shown at the bottom of this answer, I present some SEDE results on just how many non-deleted questions’ titles contain any of “correct”, “gramma”, or “right”. I used queries like these to produce those charts:

  1. Closed Questions matching CORRECT/GRAMMA/RIGHT
  2. Open Questions matching CORRECT/GRAMMA/RIGHT

Those allow one to produce a chart like this:

               Closed   Open  Cl/Op%
               ------  ------ ------
1. CORRECT       675    1577     43%
2. GRAMMA        202     515     39%
3. RIGHT          91     293     31%
4. Any           867    2165     40%

However, those figures are quite wrong because they do not contain deleted questions matching those strings.

My specific support request is for a kindly Community Manager1 to please run a version of the closed query against their own private version of SEDE which actually includes the deleted data as well, and then tell us how many they found.

To make it easier, it would be enough just to report back the number of DELETED questions matching any of those strings. With just the result of that single modified query run against the employee-only info, we will be able to fill in the Deleted column’s ??? figure here:

               Deleted  Closed   Open  Cl/Op%
               ------- ------  ------ ------
4. Any           ?????    867    2165     40%

This will allow the ELU community to more realistically consider the potential ramifications of adding those as blacklisted keywords.

Perhaps only “correct” and “gramma’ are what we should end up blacklisting, but we really need to understand the deleted questions first before we can really even discuss this further.

Any other guidance you may wish to give us on this would also be much appreciated.


Footnote

  1. If no kindly Community Manager is available, then any other sort will work, too. :)
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