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Basically it is fixing up topics and their ontologies to make everyone else’s Quora experience much, much better. They merge topics together, fix grammatical errors, and organize parent and child topics. The discus major changes on Topic Gnomery where experienced users like Christopher VanLang and Quora employees like Jay Wacker (he is actually the Quora employee in charge of topics) help other users out in making decisions. These can include big merges like when I merged two Tesla related topics together, boy was that fun. So, basically, topic gnomon is just helping fix up the topics and making everyone’s experience better. It is supposed to be somewhat easy to understand, yet complicated enough that it performs all the tasks needed and ends up helping fix people’s feeds.
If it’s not something that users can “be interested in,” find a different way of organizing the content. (E.g., “Indian Politicians by Political Party” is clumsy when those politicians fit under “Indian Politicians” and the party’s topic.) Non-notable topics will have few followers—it’s just a party pooper. Everyone will thank you later. Find the topic associated with the best URL (without “-1” or “-2” appended to the end). Unmerge/merge until that topic becomes the main topic, and then merge into it. Don’t mind the follower count unless it’s in the thousands (which will make the system choke). When a parent/child topic is mysteriously unremovable, it’s most likely due to not clearing a previously merged topic. It will also screw up the search.