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I was wondering about adding another Q & A wiki for various popular e-commerce systems such as Magento and ZenCart.

This will help provide a forum for those who are not as familiar with the systems and are trying to jump start an online store.

I am sure this could be a popular one as there are many e-commerce systems out there.

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The site you are looking for is Area 51. It's where you can make proposals for new sites to be added to the StackExchange network. From the faq for that site, it's the place where people can:

  • Propose new Q&A sites. If you have an idea for an expert Q&A site, propose it here.
  • Get involved in the process. Help sites get off the ground by defining the types of questions that are wanted, recruiting a critical mass of experts, and committing to the site's success.
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Thank you if this could be moved over there that would be great. I did not know that Area 51 site existed. – Nicole Nov 29 '11 at 22:49
I don't think migration is possible. You'll have to go over to Area51 and submit the proposal separately here (they are a little different than just asking questions). As @JeremyBanks mentioned in his answer, there is already one for Magento - so you may just want to support it. Glad I could help out =) – jadarnel27 Nov 29 '11 at 23:05

New sites are proposed, voted on and discussed at Area 51 [announcement], [faq]. There isn't an existing proposal for exactly what you've described, but there is one for Magento Q&A. It's waiting for enough interested people to "follow" it.

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