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Audience for the proposed Operations Research and Analytics site

I like the idea of adding students to the list. As for people who are curious, the reason I left folks like that out is that when you are filling out the field about the audience, Stack Exchange ...
LarrySnyder610's user avatar
8 votes

How should we craft the site description for "Technical Communication?"

Edit: Already implemented this change: Documentation: Proposed Q&A site for information developers, technical communicators, writers, programmers, engineers, and others interested or ...
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5 votes
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Why is there no shopware site proposal?

Most platforms do not have their own community, only the largest ones (SharePoint, Salesforce, Wordpress, Magento) do. 1,500 questions is not a lot; while there are smaller sites in the network, none ...
Glorfindel's user avatar
5 votes
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What type of website does Area 51 want me to gather support for my proposal on?

There's actually a pretty broad range of communities you can link to. The platform on which you gather support doesn't really matter. All you need is an active community large enough to launch a site. ...
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How should we craft the site description for "Technical Communication?"

Documentation is the best of all the not-quite-right options. I like "Tech Writing," personally, because I think of myself as a "Technical Writer," not a "Documentation Writer" (or "Documentarian" - ...
Adam Michael Wood's user avatar
4 votes

Would a NEW community based on this [current tag] be welcomed?

Area 51 is currently accepting proposals for subjects not already covered by our existing communities. We generally do not split off individual tags simply to give a topic its own space. With 125,...
Robert Cartaino's user avatar
3 votes
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Remove "focus on K-12 teachers and parents" from the description

When this proposal underwent a final review, the description was updated in preparation for the initial launch. Somehow it simply did not make it out to the proposal.
Robert Cartaino's user avatar
3 votes

How should we craft the site description for "Technical Communication?"

NOTE: At the time I'm writing this answer, the site description is currently: Proposed Q&A site for information developers, technical writers, programmers, and engineers engaged in ...
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3 votes

How should we craft the site description for "Technical Communication?"

I feel that the title of "Documentation" is perfect. It is succsinct and descriptive. It is more inclusive than anything with "writer" in it could ever be. The description of the site seems well ...
Gypsy Spellweaver's user avatar
3 votes

How should we craft the site description for "Technical Communication?"

Just a few thoughts, which (after writing them) feel a bit like I'm bikeshedding... information developers, technical communicators, writers, programmers, engineers, and others I know a lot of ...
Adam Michael Wood's user avatar
3 votes

Why a new community about Computational Quantum Chemistry?

While there is not a forum specifically dedicated to Computational Chemistry, both Chemistry SE and the newer Matter Modeling SE both accept a large number of computational chemistry questions, with ...
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Educational programming Q&A ("homework")

Primarily because "homework" is not specific subject of study to build a community around. A "Homework Stack Exchange" would be a catch-all site to ask about virtually any subject; a place where users ...
Robert Cartaino's user avatar

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