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What is the history behind the site scope change from NPR to "conceptual questions about software development"?

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What goes on Software Engineering (previously known as Programmers)? A guide for Stack Overflow

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New Site Name and Help Center: Phase I Complete

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Migrating Crap to SO. Really, Programmers?

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Why has my question been closed?

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No more "Chairman Mao reincarnate" :(

8 votes

Are Design Review questions on-topic?

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Is this site's penalty factor for Hot Network Questions still necessary?

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Evaluating the Question of the Week

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Structured Tag Cleanup Initiative Phase II

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Why can't we raise up questions quality?

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Should we change the Description of this Site in the FAQ?

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What recourse is there for a post that is locked for reasons that one does not understand or agree with?

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How did this user amass more than 2k worth of reputation?

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Questions are being closed too readily?

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Summer of Love and questions that the FAQ says should not be asked

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What can we do about extremely low quality questions from unregistered users?

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Are we Going down hill?

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'Problem' and 'help' titles in off-topic questions of new users coming from Stack Overflow

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Current state of the [job-market]

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Recent Trouble With Popularity

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Is every day Coffee Day?

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How gnat has proper comment for almost every question?

5 votes

Why was this nice (though closed) question deleted?

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Why do you value the opinion of moderators more than community upvotes?

5 votes

Follow-Up 2: New Site Name and Scope Proposals

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How do I find what made a question extremely popular?

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How to treat questions from users question banned on Stack Overflow?

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Cannot Answer Protected Question with 101 Rep

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Are you still confused about what Programmers (now called Software Engineering) is for?