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Missing documentation. Also, report that as a bug.
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Complaints that your notes keep getting deleted. Sometimes the content of your note may be fine, but we might just hate your face for no good reason. (More likely, though, you didn't bother to read this page, and you violated one of these rules.)
Notes in languages other than English. 不 gach duine понимает el lenguaje जिसमें Sie sprechen.
SPAM. This should go without saying, but apparently some folks out there just don't get it.
Your disdain for PHP and/or its maintainers. Go learn FORTRAN instead.
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