A new feature has been implemented: The Greatest Hits page. You can view the Linguistics Greatest Hits page here.

What is this? It's a page that features "Questions that got a large amount of views or a large amount of feedback." In other words, they are our showcase, the most important questions that received more feedback than other questions

How are they calculated? "The current algorithm divides the number of page views with the total amount of question and answer feedback received (adding a bonus for high view counts), excluding questions with less views than the median:- 123."

What should we do with it? Our mission from now on will be to improve these questions: fix typos, mistakes, check the links, edit the formatting, delete inappropriate content, vote to delete, flag, anything to improve the quality of these posts. This is very important because it would help us increase the appeal of our site and therefore bring more users to visit us and stay with us.

So when you have some free time and you're free-browsing on the site, think about contributing. The order doesn't matter, you can edit randomly. :)

I forgot to add another thing: Don't edit too many posts at once. Editing will bump them to the front page (when you click the title of the site instead of the "New Questions" button), and will push off other questions; a handful will be enough. :)


Wow, I have been so long on this site never stumbling over that particular page. It needs some navigation path to be found, otherwise it is just useless.

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