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Personally I thinkAfter some further thought, I don't think Code Golf questions belong on p.se since they can work on either site. Sam's change to remove the community wiki option from questions atare so code-focused and the timeprimary (though by no means final) rule of asking has a deleterious effectthumb for whether something belongs on code golf questionsSO or p.se is "does it contain code, and is the question primarily about code?"

AnywaySo, minusI removed the cwiki change, code golf questions have historically been allowedsection on SO but they are in a grey area, hence the cwiki designation for themProgrammers Stack Exchange FAQ which allowed Code Golf there. Honestly I don't think they are a great fitCode Golf questions should stay on Stack Overflow for now (and must be flagged for moderator attention to get the cwiki flag set on any existing sitethem), so maybe they deserve their own site -- but I have mixed feelings about thatuntil such time as wellthe Area 51 Code Golf proposal gets traction.

Personally I think they can work on either site. Sam's change to remove the community wiki option from questions at the time of asking has a deleterious effect on code golf questions.

Anyway, minus the cwiki change, code golf questions have historically been allowed on SO but they are in a grey area, hence the cwiki designation for them. Honestly I don't think they are a great fit on any existing site, so maybe they deserve their own site -- but I have mixed feelings about that as well.

After some further thought, I don't think Code Golf questions belong on p.se since they are so code-focused and the primary (though by no means final) rule of thumb for whether something belongs on SO or p.se is "does it contain code, and is the question primarily about code?"

So, I removed the section on the Programmers Stack Exchange FAQ which allowed Code Golf there. Code Golf questions should stay on Stack Overflow for now (and must be flagged for moderator attention to get the cwiki flag set on them), until such time as the Area 51 Code Golf proposal gets traction.

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Personally I think they can work on either site. Sam's change to remove the community wiki option from questions at the time of asking has a deleterious effect on code golf questions.

Anyway, minus the cwiki change, code golf questions have historically been allowed on SO but they are in a grey area, hence the cwiki designation for them. Honestly I don't think they are a great fit on any existing site, so maybe they deserve their own site -- but I have mixed feelings about that as well.