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Can you add a math related site to the “Trilogy”?

I can think of a couple:

  1. "Math Overflow" - math is generally not subjective and questions can be answered in a straightforward manner, but the questions do not necessarily belong on Stack Overflow because often they aren't programming-related.

  2. A goof-off site. One where the users are not directed to follow any specific category or subject, and can post whatever they want. This will undoubtedly result in a lot of humor and nonsense, but would certainly make for good entertainment.

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marked as duplicate by Lance Roberts, TheTXI Sep 28 '09 at 20:49

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

I swear this is a duplicate, but I can't find anything exactly like it. – Troggy Sep 28 '09 at 20:03
I had this sort of problem on SU. Took me about 10 minutes just to find the duplicate... – alex Sep 28 '09 at 20:06
Troggy, I found this but I sort of remember seeing some other one about this too – Jonik Sep 28 '09 at 20:25

Math-overflow would quickly be filled with assignment questions.

Also, please don't encourage the start of more goof-off sites on the internet, there's enough of them already.

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I think what we're really missing is a feel good site where anyone can post anything and everyone votes everything up. I nominate

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How about :) – alex Sep 28 '09 at 20:04

I can see some mileage in a business, career development, and/or project management overflow (Meetings Overflow, perhaps?) - questions related to those subjects crop up relatively frequently and draw some flak, right or wrong.

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