Awww yeah. WOoooooooOOOOoooOOOOOoooT! PARTY TIME. Check out that domain name and logo!
Thanks Stack Exchange :-)
If you see any problems anywhere, please leave an answer to this question so we can track them.
We made it, y'all! We just pushed the changes and now, after 8 long months...
We've tried to catch everything but...you know how software goes, so if you see any spots where site copy no longer makes sense or we're otherwise using the old, incorrect name let us know, preferably in a separate meta question. Oh, and one more thing
The community took the initiative to identify a critical, long overdue change, brought it to us, and remained (mostly) patient while we hashed out the implications and details together in endlessly drawn out stakeholder discussions. Yet everyone remained dedicated and resolute throughout, and at long last, we've shipped.
Well played, everybody. :)
The current font of the title still gives a comical(non-serious) feel, IMO.
I also feel that it will look more professional to have the title like:
Software Engineering rather than all caps.
Great. But where do we (and by "we" I mean the vast majority who follows and uses "programmers" and doesn't usually go meta) vote to express our disappointment with:
(Personally I think the only thing worth saving, there, is the geometric smoke out of the coffee cup, but that too, could use some more work)
Sorry, landed here from an announcement on programmers. First time I encounter this site.
How is it different from all other programming-related sites? SO, Programmers, CS, Code Review etc?
Looking at https://softwareengineering.stackexchange.com/, I see questions like "Can a function be pure if it depends on an immutable class-level field?" (programmers), "How to use git when project files are on different drives?" (SO, U&L), "ASP.net Application - wait for sproc response from service broker" (SO), "Cyclomatic complexity vs performance" (CS).