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This is a very good question. Personally, I feel the answer should be yes... in most cases. I think it is easy to agree that bug reports and associated issues with software packages should go on their respective GitHub issue trackers. That much I think is clear. When it comes to "user-error" problems and questions about the behavior of said software ...


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It differs in that it will have a concentration of people who can answer the questions. In my experience: Aviation isn't much good at answering questions about the practical applications of aerodynamics. It's a reasonable place to go for theoretical answers, but the practical experience of the userbase is limited to large fixed-wing aircraft. LiPo battery ...


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My concept for what this proposal would turn into if it passed into the beta stage is a forum where questions and resources which technically fall into the purview of other SE sites, like the aforementioned Aviation, EE, and Robotics, could be discussed through a lens more focused on applications to model aviation and drones. Often times, when I look for ...


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Some established science sites already exists just look under the Science category in the list of all sites. Here it is: https://stackexchange.com/sites#science ask questions that many of us ask ourselves and almost none of us have the answers. If you want to open a discussion forum then sorry on the Stack Exchange network this is not our thing.


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We launched a site in this subject space twice with little sign that it could work well in our format. The latest attempt was more of a personal-advice site, as you noted, but the first site was focused entirely on an academic perspective ("educators and professionals to discuss human sexuality"). The interest was low; the content was abysmally uninspiring, ...


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