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If I have an idea for a site, but want feedback from other SE users before building the community and officially submitting a proposal on Area 51, is it okay to ask here?

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    I think those sorts of questions are what the community-planning tag is for. (That said, you should be as clear as you can with the question; a question of "Should I propose a site for [X]?" with no real details probably wouldn't be a very useful question, and probably wouldn't get many good answers.)
    – V2Blast StaffMod
    Aug 23, 2022 at 2:37
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    This is a VERY good question. Given the large amount of proposals that have to be automatically filtered, I think it is a good attitude if the authors do a bit of research before buidling a new proposal. Furthermore, you can get an insight of failed proposal related to your topic. Oct 19, 2022 at 22:56

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Yes, you can. You can use the tag to indicate that you're asking for help in crafting the proposal before you make it.

That said, you should be as clear as you can with the question; a question of "Should I propose a site for [X]?" with no real details probably wouldn't be a very useful question, and probably wouldn't get many good answers.

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