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For example - if I wanted to ask questions about the Physics community, should I ask them in the Physics community or not? Where else could I ask them?

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Can you give us an example question? –  Bill the Lizard Jul 21 '11 at 15:11
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Probably on Physics Meta. –  Cody Gray Jul 21 '11 at 15:12
    
Meta-Questions like "how can we attract more users to the site?" or "what are things we can do to prevent the site from being deleted?" They don't belong here since they do rely on a lot of knowledge that's specific to the community (especially with the astronomy one, which is at risk of deletion in 40 days) –  InquilineKea Jul 21 '11 at 15:13

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If it is a question about Physics for example ask it in the the community.

If it is a question about the community ask it on the meta site.

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Okay I see - thanks! I'll accept this answer when I'm allowed to –  InquilineKea Jul 21 '11 at 15:14

if I wanted to ask questions about the Physics community, should I ask them in the Physics community or not? Where else could I ask them?

Meta-Questions like "how can we attract more users to the site?" or "what are things we can do to prevent the site from being deleted?

Such questions are best suited for Meta site of the particular community.

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