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New users can embed images in a post. I just checked by creating a new user (using an alternate browser and e-mail address that has never been used on SE before) and creating a question containing an image. My new user has 1 point of reputation, but is able to add images. Note that at 10 reputation the "Remove new user restrictions" lists posting more ...


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As David Richerby alludes to, we don't have the ability to implement new features that deviate from the larger Stack Exchange community. The place to raise these issues to the SE overlords is meta.stackexchange.com. As it happens, someone has already made this request. Unfortunately, it seems that the majority of the community doesn't want this feature at ...


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No, we do not have a standard compilation of such things. Putting one together would be nice. I use the AutoReviewComments extension, which automatically adds "Welcome to Bicycles!" when replying to a new user. For a starter, here's my set of automatic comments that I actually use: ([A] is comments on Answers, [Q] is comments on questions, $SITEURL$ gets ...


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Yes this is a challenge. There are plenty of technically minded people who aren't great with written words, and their valuable knowledge and experience gets sidelined because its hard to write stuff out when you know it well. If there's some kernel of use, I'd write an encouraging message asking them to use [ e d i t ] to expand a specific point, maybe ...


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My standard process for evaluating items in the VLQ queue is basically: 1) If it's spam, rude, etc. then delete it. 2) If it's not an answer and there's very little content, comment and delete. 3) If it is at least an attempt at an possible answer, then try and salvage it. 3a) If it's not an answer, but someone has put a lot of work into it, try to ...


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