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Proposal: Adventures in Odyssey

First, StackExchange is not for discussion, it's only for Question and Answer, an issue that can be fixed with a simple change of the description.

Second this proposal seems narrow to me; focussing on a single show is much narrower than most of our other sites. However it doesn't overlap with anything. It's a radio show, and we don't have a general site for those. If we did it would still be a pretty small site. Seems best to leave it here for now.

closed as too localized by Dori Sep 17 '11 at 1:23

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  • Ok, sorry, you are right. It is too specific. Radio Shows and Programming is a better site than this. Thanks for explaining! – daviesgeek Aug 27 '11 at 14:25
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It not being a real Q&A site is reason enough to close it. As you say, SE is not for general discussion.

Some of it would fit on Sci-Fi & Fantasy ... not all episodes involved science fiction, though, some were more standard fiction. To me this seems like it would fit on Literature, they're almost like audio books (you can even get them on tape). I figure they wouldn't be wanted there, though.

  • Discussion v Q&A is something that can be changed with a single edit to the description. – DJClayworth Aug 9 '11 at 17:38
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    If that's not the creator's intention and you yourself don't want or see a need for an AIO Q&A site, why would it be edited? – Matthew Read Aug 9 '11 at 17:43
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Hmm... maybe we could come up with a Radio Programming proposal? This would differentiate from the Amateur Radio proposal in that this would be questions about the shows on the radio (for instance the original airing of War of the Worlds or The Hitchhiker's Guide) unstead of running your own radio station or the technical questions on radios.

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