Prompted by discussion on this post.

already exceeds the bounds other SE sites set for on-topic questions. What are guidelines that can be followed to promote high-quality resource requests and discourage low-quality ones?

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    The post and discussion referenced in this post appear to have been deleted. It still seems like it is probably a good question, but it would be helpful if someone with access to view the deleted posts could clarify a bit more about the post question and something of the discussion for those of us who can't see it.
    – Ed Grimm
    Mar 4, 2019 at 6:22
  • The question was auto-deleted by the Community user via the RemoveAbandonedClosed rule. The question was looking for a version of a specific TV show with subs and dubs. It was originally closed as off-topic for not being about language learning. The OP disagreed with the closure, saying that although it was a shopping recommendation (request), it was still related to language learning, and should therefore be allowed, also that "the idea that there is any objectivity in language learning" is in error.
    – Hatchet
    Mar 4, 2019 at 15:02
  • Another point OP made: "I think it's a disservice to only limit on resources that 'were designed for learning.'"
    – Hatchet
    Mar 4, 2019 at 15:04


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