In order to write a good license recommendation post, you'll need to ask yourself a few questions, so that the community can present you some of the best answers.
What is your project like? What are you trying to license?
Different licenses are intended for different things. As such, you'll need to tell us what you're trying to license. Is it software? Is ...
Looking at your account stats, you have had 12 suggested edits approved, and 6 rejected. The high reject rate seems to me like the system automatically banned you from editing. This ban may last from a couple days, to a couple weeks.
I do want to note however, that I've noticed that a large chunk of your wiki edits were comprised of improperly attributed, ...
Questions about off-site resources and recommendations (in this case, a crowdfunding site) are explicitly off topic. In fact, there's even a specific option in the "close" dialog for such questions:
Questions that ask for off-site resources, or for a recommendation of an open source service or product are off-topic because they don't directly concern an ...
What the heck is a migration?
From Meta SE:
Migration allows an off-topic question to be moved to another site in the Stack Exchange network gracefully. It preserves the current revision of the question, all its answers, and any comments on any of those posts, as well as most of the votes.
If a question is on another site where it is off-topic, it can ...
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You're seeing a 404 because the post is deleted.
We asked for that post specifically not to be migrated here because of some issues we found with the post (namely, that its scope was far too broad to be of use on this site). Nothing against your answer!
It got migrated here anyway, which is why you got the notification that your answer was migrated. I've ...
I cleared that answer up for you.
The second answer had been raised to my attention through a flag, by another community member. You had posted 2 answers: which were duplicates of each other, however, one of them included an extra paragraph. Call me Speedy Gonzales, I'll catch you before you can catch yourself :)
No; the unlicensed-code tag is for questions about code, specifically unlicensed code.
We have license-specific tags for many licenses, such as gpl. If there isn't already one for the Unlicense, create it when you ask! If you don't have enough rep, ask away anyway, and someone with the necessary rep can edit it in.
The more the system trusts you, the fewer captchas you get. Anonymous visitors get one as soon as they search for something. As soon as you have an account with a few reputation points, captchas are reduced, but they don't disappear. The rules for captchas aren't publicized, but there are two common situations where even high-reputation users will be hit:
Stack Exchange uses UTC time. As Eastern Region (Toronto) members use UTC-4 in Daylight Savings Time, the "new" day hits at 8:00 in the evening. You can figure out the time of this "day" at the reputation drop down thing. It will be at the top.
Hope it helps! :)