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Where, what, how, when, is the correct place, time, and environment to discuss other Stack Exchange sites? I'm thinking that there are probably one zillion ideas floating around in the minds of the users; now how could any of these become concrete and useful as Stack Overflow ?

Or, is this the place ?

I haven't been here even a month, and I'm guessing that 90% (and then some) of my time has been in Stack Overflow trying to learn from the experts.

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There is such a place, it's called

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I like the outer-space artwork. WO !!!! VHDL !!! Can I quit my job and work for you guys ? Hmmm, ratZ, I'm totally low-level; nothing on the web or any such thing. Hey, thanks a lot; a whole lot. I wish I had found this place 10 years ago. – User.1 Jan 8 '13 at 17:04
Glad to have been of help! Feel free to accept my answer if you feel it was useful to you. :-) – Martijn Pieters Jan 8 '13 at 17:08
Okay, so I found one to follow; probably dozens on there. I click on "follow", however, he doesn't know who I am, and asks for my E-mail address. Should I use the same one I use for my StackExchange log in ? – User.1 Jan 8 '13 at 17:08
@User.1: You can use the same login, yes. It works the same as the other StackExchange sites, just as on Stack Overflow and here. – Martijn Pieters Jan 8 '13 at 17:09

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