In “Why Can’t You Have Just One Site?” Jeff wrote about the rationale for creating three sites instead of one, and the process for determining where a question belongs:
We’ve observed a particular pattern of questions emerging on several Stack Exchange sites.
We have a lot of Q&A; sites in the Stack Exchange network now. 84 at the current moment. That’s … a lot of Q&A; sites. But most people* don’t find...
Way back in 2008, we had Alexis Ohanian and Steve Huffman, the founders and co-creators of Reddit, on the Stack Overflow podcast. We chatted about a bunch of stuff, but...
I saw an interesting Battlefield 3 question on gaming a few weeks ago.
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"I see many questions as a sort of transaction between askers and answerers. As such, it makes sense to have a kind… https://t.co/Y3AFb1bFkn
RT @onlybluefeet: All servers done. We're officially on SQL Server 2017 across the board at Stack Overflow.
Self-nominations are still open for another three days for those interested - see our theory of moderation:… https://t.co/Q47KSGeJIQ