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There is one at https://christianity.stackexchange.com/


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A community of questioners and answerers grew up around this site earlier than any did on christianity.stackexchange.com or islam.stackexchange.com, both of which exist but are in Beta.


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Absolutely! Just a little URL magic gives us: http://hewgill.com/~greg/stackoverflow/mi_yodeya/tags/#!halacha+minhag+food


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You can run this query with a list of tags that you choose, e.g. 'shabbat', 'minhag', 'history', 'tefilla', 'parshanut-torah-comment' (the top five that aren't halacha, which dwarfs everything).


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The revision history of that post shows that it is not deleted now, nor has it ever been deleted. (Revision histories show deletion and undeletion entries, as seen for example in this one of a different post which has been deleted and undeleted.)


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Happy April Fools' Day! StackEgg is basically a little game where you have to improve the site, taking it from private beta, to public beta, to graduation, to winning the internet. Come on, let's go win the internet!


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Community Wiki isn't a specific page; it's a status. Posts that have been edited a lot,1 and questions that attract a lot2 of answers, are treated as community-owned and are automatically set to CW. This change allows anybody to edit (bypassing reputation requirements). It also ends reputation changes for the original author, as it's now treated more as ...


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You can limit your site-wide searches to CW posts using the string wiki:yes (or wiki:no for the opposite effect) in the standard search bar. Eg: https://judaism.stackexchange.com/search?q=wiki%3Ayes+bracha You can find out more about Community Wiki posts in our help center or in the MSO FAQ.


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Thanks for bringing this up. I cannot reproduce the issue in our current build of chat. If the problem remains, please let me know.


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This problem has been resolved.


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