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It's been suggested that I widen my proposed site, 3D-modeling, to encompass all of Computer Graphics development. However, I'm not sure if there are any issues of etiquette (or is ethics a better word?), for two reasons. First, there is already such a site, Computer Graphics - which, however, only has a dozen followers.

Second, is it okay to keep changing a site proposal, if I have before? I started my proposal originally as a Blender 3D site, and it went no-where - so I widened it, and it's managed to reach 60+ followers. However, we still don't have 5/5 on/off-topic Questions, and I have doubts about enough karma for the commitment phase, also :)

So it is reasonable to widen it again?

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I don't think you should, personally. 3D modeling is a specific skillset that doesn't really overlap with graphic design. –  Gelatin Sep 19 '10 at 1:02
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Guess I'll put up an answer, just to close it out :) At this point, the question is OBE (overcome by events), as it's in Commitment phase. And although there is discussion of widening it again, it seems that I can't edit the proposal text in Commitment phase, so that's no longer an option.

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