15 votes

What information should I include or obfuscate in my posts?

Since this question's floated up to to the top of the front page, I'm going to give my contrarian answer, which is: obfuscate nearly no technical data in your question. Michael has a point inasmuch ...
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15 votes
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Is it time for a canonical question/answer on non-hostname-aware protocols?

Good idea!
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11 votes

Canonical post in first post review, how to react?

To my understanding canonical questions are a ServerFault convention, of which the review-question selection algorithm is completely unaware. Which is to say, it had to happen some time. Treat it ...
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9 votes
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Possible canonical question: Windows Active Directory naming best practices?

Yes, please. I have that Q&A "starred" and regularly use it as a duplicate and in comments to point out that people made their bed and now must lie in it...
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8 votes

Is it time for a canonical question/answer on non-hostname-aware protocols?

I think it would be a good canonical question to have. I imagine the core of the question would be roughly this: Which protocols support hostname based proxying and what can I do if I need to ...
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6 votes

Do we have a canonical question about multiple MX records?

It's a good question. But I'm not convinced we have a good existing question that covers this issue in sufficient depth: I don't see that the existing answers fully explain what is happening. The ...
4 votes

Canonical Question about Samba's NT Domain migration with rename to Samba's Active Directory

A canonical question is fine, but a couple comments: It's not clear to me what you're proposing to write about. Your title and some of the post make it sound like you're talking about migrating ...
4 votes

Do we need a canonical answer about ENOSPC?

Yes I think a canonical Q&A for ENOSPC. There are so many that turn up it can only be a good thing.
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2 votes

Do we have a canonical question about multiple MX records?

This would be more a question about shared SMTP domains (whose configuration strongly depend on the actual mail servers being in use) than MX records. Multiple MX records, depending on priority and ...
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1 vote

Proposed canonical question: Why is it considered bad practice to run everything on the same server?

I like the idea as it’s a bit like the canonical question we have for licensing question, but this one would be more specific to design question. It’s better for the asker to use such canonical than ...
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