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I was recently wanting to ask a question along the lines of "What options do I have for recurring billing in my web application?"

Where would a question like this go?

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Yahoo! Answers, Quora, reddit/r/programming, Hacker News... – Yannis Jun 20 '12 at 2:21
...also worth noting that the API Finder Area51 proposal was closed... Shopping recommendations don't really work on Stack Exchange. – Yannis Jun 20 '12 at 2:34
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This question would go into the bin as a shopping receipt across the network.

If you had a question about how to use (or not have horribly fall apart on you) of a particular feature of a host then that would be an acceptable and constructive form of the question. In that case it would fall under Web Applications if you were a consumer.

If you were a developer and wanted to extend something of the host, that might be either Webmasters or Stack Overflow.

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