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What makes a good front page post to MetaFilter?
According to the guidelines page
"A good post to MetaFilter is something that meets the following criteria: most people haven't seen it before, there is something interesting about the content on the page, and it might warrant discussion from others." Posts shouldn't be terribly long, and they don't have to contain multiple links or end with a discussion-sparking question. The Best Post of the Day
contest from August 2006 contains many examples of a wide variety of good MetaFilter posts.
(tags: fpp metafilter posts ) April 20, 2006 - back to questions