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Is there a tool somewhere which will help me decide which site is best for my question?

I believe this could be done through the tags, but sometimes I have a question. Also, some sites have greater communities (in terms of size), and even if the people are generally less qualified, it means that my question is more likely to be seen.

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Obviously you should ask on whereshouldIpost.stackexchange.com:

WhereShouldIPost? is the Q&A for beginner question askers looking for the correct StackExchange site where to post their question - check out the FAQ!

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I don't get it. I click on your link and it says not found. Or is this a joke I'm missing? – User Jul 20 '11 at 22:07
@User: it was a joke. It would be hilarious if the SE network went so meta to have a site for users to ask question about where to post their questions. :P – Matteo Italia Jul 20 '11 at 23:39

Start here: http://stackexchange.com/sites

If you can't narrow it down to a single site, you're welcome to ask a question here on Meta and we can give you a specific recommendation.

You can also try "asking the network" your question, by using the search box on http://stackexchange.com (top right corner). This box is special in that it searches all network sites. This may help narrow things down.

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I feel that this won't scale :) I hope there are thousands of SE sites sooner or later, and choosing the right one will probably be a little bit cumbersome :( – Julien Genestoux Dec 19 '10 at 22:12
@Julien: Agreed. I updated my answer with an additional suggestion. – Jon Seigel Dec 19 '10 at 22:33

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