New users may not even know how to ask. By marking a unique question from a new user as duplicate, we are basically discouraging them from asking more questions (or to answer other questions). Here at SF, we expect that people should take some time to write a question. There's no clear agreement about how long, though I think SA1138's estimate of half an ...


It's very common to ask about nginx configuration here, and I don't see a problem with asking your question.


I've been using nginx since 2008 and the marking of this question as a duplicate (of the question indicated) makes absolutely no sense to me. I don't see how these are even related, let alone similar enough to mark as a duplicate. I don't see how the person who asked the new question would have gotten anything useful out of the duplicate. Perhaps one or more ...

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