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designed to solicit opinions or best-practices on a particular topic, with the goal of reaching community consensus.
For questions about the behavior or usage of tags and the tagging system (the keywords attached to question to categorize them). To request renaming/merging of specific tags, use [retag-request].
For questions asking if a particular topic or work is appropriate and on-topic on this website.
For the site's monthly topic challenge posts, inviting users to read and ask/answer questions about specific works of literature in a specific timeframe, or for questions about these topic challenges.
when requesting changes to the tagging system: merges or synonymisations of existing tags, addition or removal of specific tags to large selections of questions, etc.
For questions about asking questions on the main site.
For questions about how to promote Literature Stack Exchange elsewhere.
Questions asking for nominations for the best answers and/or questions submitted during a specified period.
For questions about the quality of answers on the main site.
Questions about answers: how to answer, whether specific answers are appropriate, etc.
For questions relating specifically to posts with the [story-identification] tag on the main site.
Requests to remove a tag, known as 'burnination'.
For questions about migration, the process by which questions can be transferred, together with their answers and comments, from one Stack Exchange site to another.
Questions about the real-time, stateful web chat that is a part of every Stack Exchange site.
For questions about spoilers and spoilertagging in posts on the main site.