The question what don't do latex text composition shows that it is closed by me (and others) as “not constructive”. I did however vote to close it as a duplicate of Best practices references. So the question now gives a wrong representation of my vote (I am of the opinion, that the actual question (“Is there a list of LaTeX best practices?”) is interesting, and we shouldn't close as “not constructive” because of bad English).

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This has sort of been discussed on meta.SO: Distinguish votes to close by reason. –  Alan Munn Apr 2 '12 at 1:15
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@Jarrod: Showing wrong information is a bug, not a feature request. –  Caramdir Apr 2 '12 at 21:25
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Yet another instance of wrong closing information: tex.stackexchange.com/questions/51158/?noredirect=1 -- I just voted to close this question, but I wasn't given any option to migrate. It is implied that I think this question is on-topic on another site just because I said it's off-topic here. (In this case, it was correct though.) –  doncherry Apr 8 '12 at 10:06

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Thanks for bringing this up. I cannot reproduce the close reasons issue with the current build of our network sites. Please let me know if the problem remains for you.

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Well, 2.5 years might have made this difficult to reproduce. –  percusse Oct 17 at 21:26
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@percusse totally. Better late than never, as they say! –  Haney Oct 17 at 22:00

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