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I would say that it's perfectly OK to use example questions as inspiration for real questions here. There are some, for example, that just made me curious. I would post it here (helping the site grow) …
answered Jul 17 '13 by Undo
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I believe that all questions which have at least on answer count as answered, even if they are later marked as duplicates.
answered Jul 19 '13 by Undo
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really amazing looking formulae, etc. However, it is only enabled where Stack Exchange feels it is needed. We are trying to get it enabled for this site in this discussion. …
answered Jul 19 '13 by Undo
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I agree that private betas feel slower (I haven't noticed the Gravatar thing), but we don't need a bunch of resources. Of course, the devs are watching all the statistics and will do what they need …
answered Jul 19 '13 by Undo
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I'm thinking something like this: Space Exploration Stack Exchange is for space engineers, scientists, and enthusiasts. If you have a question about … space exploration the effect o …
answered Jul 17 '13 by Undo
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main | meta | a51 | meta.SO | combined Area 51 profile for Undo http://area51.stackexchange.com/users/flair/83418.png profile for Undo on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q …
answered Jul 17 '13 by Undo
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I would say that tourism questions are on-topic. However, the question being asked needs to be considered on an individual basis. If the question ois primarily speculative, such as "when will I be a …
answered Jul 28 '13 by Undo
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I would say that as long as it is Directly or closely related to the topic of space exploration The we are OK. For example, my question, Has any country stated its official position on how it wo …
answered Jul 21 '13 by Undo
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Short of promotion, we are doing it all right. Content is what draws visitors in, and Google is certainly indexing our content. According to SE, 90% of our traffic should eventually come from search …
answered Aug 26 '13 by Undo
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I disagree. My reasoning? I haven't seen it anywhere before - mSO doesn't have a list of programming terms, mSU doesn't have a list of computer terms, etc. I am not however saying that we shouldn't …
answered Sep 9 '13 by Undo
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I have some simple guidelines I follow for every question that pops up: Is it about space exploration, or substantially related to it? This, I find, is a fairly good filter. It allows us to keep que …
answered Jul 20 '13 by Undo
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Sometimes. If they are related to space exploration in a substantial way, we need them. However, this is a touchy subject: we shouldn't allow questions like What if an alien is chasing my spacec …
answered Aug 13 '13 by Undo
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answered Jan 22 '14 by Undo
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I would say that if it is directly related to Space Exploration, let it stay. If it is something like How much fuel would I need in rocket x to get to planet y? Then it's probably on-topic here. …
answered Jul 17 '13 by Undo
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This question is about weather, and not related to space exploration as defined in the FAQ.
answered Jul 17 '13 by Undo

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