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Do questions revolving around some of the kinds of things Joel Spolsky sometimes discusses in his blog or Inc. articles have a place on Stack Overflow?

For example I mean subjects such as pricing strategy, business models, software as a service, venture capital, mobile applications markets, and so on.

If they don't belong here, does anybody have a suggestion of where to take such topics?


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No. These are discussion topics - and there's a place for that.

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Hadn't seen that link before... Maybe that needs to be specifically called out for folks when asking subjective questions that are really discussion oriented... – RSolberg Jul 22 '09 at 20:42
@RSolberg: good point - i've added it to this list:… – Shog9 Jul 22 '09 at 20:51
@Shog9: can we get that entire thread added to official FAQ docs? Simply put, it is great! – RSolberg Jul 22 '09 at 21:29
@Rsolberg: vote to migrate, if you have close votes - i'm out for the day. – Shog9 Jul 22 '09 at 21:36

Not on stack overflow but perhaps as another "stackexchange" site ... and I suggested (but got no comments or votes) in the question "What StackExchange sites do you want to see" (

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Maybe this is a good option for a StackExchange site? There have been quite a few questions coming up on trying to define what is programming related and what is not. What is computer related and what is not...

Hopefully a good definition for those is created so it's easy to point to a FAQ about it...

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