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Meta rights advocate and question editor who'd like to think he's good at code golfing. Find me mostly on Stack Overflow and Code Golf.
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Due to the recent controversial events, it can be safely concluded that Stack Exchange no longer cares about its community. So why are we still helping it grow and thrive? Please contribute to Codidact, which is an open-source, healthy alternative to the Stack Exchange network. The project is currently in the planning stages, and all discussion can be found on the forum.
We'd really appreciate it if you threw in your thoughts. If we're going to challenge Stack Exchange, we need a modern approach to Q&A that serves the people. So, once again...
Thanks in advance. ❤
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