My question initially was going to be where to post a general question about stack exchange (namely, where to post a question on a particular topic). Then I found this post (and subsequently just found the same thing addressed in the FAQ), so I decided to post here.
SuperUser seems to be the closest website but I wasnt sure if my topic was ok. It has to do with software (Microsoft Live Meeting crashing when sharing out a Windows 7 VM) but I wanted to make sure since I didnt find any others like that in a quick search of the site and questions about "software" (via the site FAQ) seems really broad. Also, more candidly I'm afraid of being rebuked/policed by somebody who wants to up their repuation/points/score/counts in this game, so I figured maybe I should ask if this place is appropriate to ask my question before I ask my question. Unfortunately you need 5 reputation to post on that meta, but none on this one and that's why I'm posting here (I'm sure somebody can link me to a post as to why that is as well).
The second part to my question is whether I should even post my "question" to begin with. SO has been an invaluable resource to me so I like to add to the vast repository of information on SE. Recently I was having a problem (with Live Meeting crashing) for which I couldnt find a solution online. I found the solution myself (or rather I found the root cause and remedied it). I would like to tell the world (internet) my problem and how I fixed it. So I dont have a question, I have a solution. I could put it on a blog, but I dont blog. I could put it in the form of a question, and then answer my own question (which is what I plan to do) but I feel there should be some place where I can just post solution to problems that you find on your own. Stack Exchange doesnt appear to be it, but maybe somebody can offer an alternative?