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If you go to the [FAQ] tag here in meta, you are greeted with the complete list of the sofaq overhaul project.

It occurred to me that the team could make the [FAQ] tag a sponsored one here on Meta, so it could have on the tag page (in addition to the image, if any - I don't know if it should even have one) a list of links to the FAQ, about pages and maybe the blog.

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Needs more aphids and deuterium. – JSONBog Mar 23 '10 at 19:28
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+1 for MS Paint – rlb.usa Mar 23 '10 at 22:06
    
But then they can't get paid sponsorship from faqs.org – Antony Mar 23 '10 at 23:16
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@rlb.usa - I don't think that was done in mspaint seeing as that doesn't look like it was screenshotted on a Windows system – Mark Henderson Mar 23 '10 at 23:39
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@far, @rlb: GIMP FTW! – perbert Mar 23 '10 at 23:53
up vote 5 down vote accepted

How much does it cost? Should we take venture capital to afford it?

edit: we now have a house sidebar ad on the meta home page. I don't think we want to extend this to every page that the sidebar appears on, though.

As for the rest of your proposal, I am folding it into Create a tag homepage/FAQ because I think that would be a way for the community to set up those editorial content tag-specific pages rather than us.

So transfer the "but it needs to be on the tag page!" votes to the above link.

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I'm sure I can hook you up with discounted space for a small finders-fee... – Mark Henderson Mar 23 '10 at 23:38
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For that info, email team@stackoverflow.com – juan Mar 23 '10 at 23:46
    
Might have some type of pay-as-you-go plan. I dunno. – Sampson Mar 24 '10 at 1:04

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