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QuestionHow does a 3-part blog repost with virtually no real content get approved ? Pin
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QuestionArticle rejected due to supposed plagiarism Pin
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Point taken, Bill. My suggestion was merely to help the poster avoid the "is this plagiarised?" cycle.
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QuestionDeleted Article Playing Card Recognition Using AForge.Net Framework by Nazmin Altum Pin
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QuestionSean, it looks like some of the moderators are letting rubbish through. Pin
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