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I would like to get information about what development platforms people are using. It's development related, non-argumentative, non-subjective etc etc. And is programming related.

But I got close voted twice already without any explanation.

http://stackoverflow.com/q/3904860/75642

I was also thinking of any other SE site that would be more appropriate for this, but I don't think there is one. Is it? Should I better reformulate my question to something else?

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marked as duplicate by BinaryMisfit Oct 11 '10 at 10:33

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up vote 5 down vote accepted

It's kind of subjective, there is http://programmers.stackexchange.com/ for this kind of question.

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this is the right answer. programmers is full of discussions – abel Oct 11 '10 at 10:59

Your post is a poll (or survey), not a question:

  • It cannot have a single answer.
  • It reinvents the rules - over 90% of your post explains how to vote on this post.
  • It explains why the post is ok - a clear giveaway it isn't :)

A better question would be "any real data on use of these frameworks?" - e.g., asking for results of the survey you've requested, without actually conducting it on SO, and preferably on a limited scope (specific industry/big sites/open source/etc)

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Additional info has been added later for those voters-to-close that don't really read the question. And there are quite many arrogant developers like that in SO community. But you're right with the first two. – Robert Koritnik Oct 11 '10 at 10:36

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