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Several members of the Stack Exchange community team, myself included have reviewed the state of things here on Genealogy. Here are our takeaways. Questions per day on Genealogy are just way too low to be considered for graduation Sure, question activity isn't always make or break for graduation, but it needs to be in a significantly higher range (7-10x) ...


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Unfortunately, PolyGeo, getting each measure into the green is NOT what's required to graduate. Area51 puts those statistics up as a general guideline of how your site is doing along the road to becoming self-sustaining. According to @RobertCartaino in his answer on the Bicycles meta, all that's required to "graduate" from beta is: Must be in beta at least ...


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In my case, it was because I didn't see it -- it didn't turn up in my review queue (perhaps because a number of people had already reviewed it and resolved to get to it later) and I was too busy yesterday to look through everything. Had I seen it I would probably have been at a loss for which closure reason to choose, like sempaiscuba. On the more general ...


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I downvoted it when I reviewed it as a first post. For some reason, it doesn't look as if my vote was recorded (perhaps because I was working on a mobile device?). I didn't vote to close at that point, partly because I wanted to parse the question and close for the right reason (there are far too many choices in this case). Yes, the question is a poor fit, ...


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