As we'll likely get an initial influx of new people now that Graduation is coming, I suggest we sort out some community guidelines in addition to the [faq] for us to be aware of before it happens.
Questions that are even slightly broad, off-topic, or open-ended - we've historically been lenient for a while, letting people have time to fix them. I propose we make the new guidelines to automatically close/vote to close, and then add a comment that if they fix it, they can flag for reopening. Stricter = less time wasted by people answering questions that are going to get closed, and the user may still be online when it happens. Thoughts?
We've had a few new users who sign in, add an answer which is a link to their business (sometimes subtly, sometimes very much NOT). I propose if they're just links, even if relevant, we delete. If they've added a sentence as to why it's useful, I propose we allow it, but add a comment that they should state that affiliation. If they've done both, we allow it. Thoughts?
Any immigration questions - please vote to close, and always include a link to the expatriates proposal to help. The sooner that gets off the ground, the better for us.
Chatty comments - aside from the infamous Palestine etc debates, we've generally allowed some chatty comments. Should we continue like we are, or should we always lock posts that are getting chatty comments and refer them to the chat room?
The [FAQ]. If you have a chance, please re-read it, or even just pick one section. If there's an ambiguity or somewhere where you feel the community opinion has changed over time as we've matured this site, suggest some changes.
Tag wikis / tags - any changes we want to do about these going forward? Any thoughts on country vs city etc? (like the infamous georgia-country tag?)
Above all, if anyone sees answers, questions, comments that shouldn't be there, please flag them for moderators. Those with high rep can also click review at the top and review new users' additions, I believe, although I'm not sure on the threshold for that.
Any more comments, ideas or suggestions?