7 replaced http://stackoverflow.com/ with https://stackoverflow.com/
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Deleted by Jeff. see: Programmers is about to go live, which questions should we migrate?

I agree with this decision, this is not on topic on any of our sites.


Migrating all these outcast questions to outcast.se has no chance of being created by us, think about it, why would we want to drive traffic into a dead end site with no community.

I kind of predicted this kind of stuff would happen. .... Its tricky business, this question really does not belong on SO, and most certainly should not be setting the tone of SO two clicks away from the home page http://stackoverflow.com/questions?sort=voteshttps://stackoverflow.com/questions?sort=votes (where the best programmer joke is hanging out like the mark of Cain).

By having these soft off topic questions on SO we are telling our new users ... its ok, post whatever crap you want on SO, if you are lucky we will give you a bunch of badges for it.

The other option is making "programmers" a dumping ground ... that programmers cartoon question on "programmers" should probably be closed on programmers.

Deleted by Jeff. see: Programmers is about to go live, which questions should we migrate?

I agree with this decision, this is not on topic on any of our sites.


Migrating all these outcast questions to outcast.se has no chance of being created by us, think about it, why would we want to drive traffic into a dead end site with no community.

I kind of predicted this kind of stuff would happen. .... Its tricky business, this question really does not belong on SO, and most certainly should not be setting the tone of SO two clicks away from the home page http://stackoverflow.com/questions?sort=votes (where the best programmer joke is hanging out like the mark of Cain).

By having these soft off topic questions on SO we are telling our new users ... its ok, post whatever crap you want on SO, if you are lucky we will give you a bunch of badges for it.

The other option is making "programmers" a dumping ground ... that programmers cartoon question on "programmers" should probably be closed on programmers.

Deleted by Jeff. see: Programmers is about to go live, which questions should we migrate?

I agree with this decision, this is not on topic on any of our sites.


Migrating all these outcast questions to outcast.se has no chance of being created by us, think about it, why would we want to drive traffic into a dead end site with no community.

I kind of predicted this kind of stuff would happen. .... Its tricky business, this question really does not belong on SO, and most certainly should not be setting the tone of SO two clicks away from the home page https://stackoverflow.com/questions?sort=votes (where the best programmer joke is hanging out like the mark of Cain).

By having these soft off topic questions on SO we are telling our new users ... its ok, post whatever crap you want on SO, if you are lucky we will give you a bunch of badges for it.

The other option is making "programmers" a dumping ground ... that programmers cartoon question on "programmers" should probably be closed on programmers.

6 replaced http://meta.stackexchange.com/ with https://meta.stackexchange.com/
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Deleted by Jeff. see: http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/71731/programmers-is-about-to-go-live-which-questions-should-we-migrate/71733#71733Programmers is about to go live, which questions should we migrate?

I agree with this decision, this is not on topic on any of our sites.


Migrating all these outcast questions to outcast.se has no chance of being created by us, think about it, why would we want to drive traffic into a dead end site with no community.

I kind of predicted this kind of stuff would happen. .... Its tricky business, this question really does not belong on SO, and most certainly should not be setting the tone of SO two clicks away from the home page http://stackoverflow.com/questions?sort=votes (where the best programmer joke is hanging out like the mark of Cain).

By having these soft off topic questions on SO we are telling our new users ... its ok, post whatever crap you want on SO, if you are lucky we will give you a bunch of badges for it.

The other option is making "programmers" a dumping grounddumping ground ... that programmers cartoon question on "programmers" should probably be closed on programmers.

Deleted by Jeff. see: http://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/71731/programmers-is-about-to-go-live-which-questions-should-we-migrate/71733#71733

I agree with this decision, this is not on topic on any of our sites.


Migrating all these outcast questions to outcast.se has no chance of being created by us, think about it, why would we want to drive traffic into a dead end site with no community.

I kind of predicted this kind of stuff would happen. .... Its tricky business, this question really does not belong on SO, and most certainly should not be setting the tone of SO two clicks away from the home page http://stackoverflow.com/questions?sort=votes (where the best programmer joke is hanging out like the mark of Cain).

By having these soft off topic questions on SO we are telling our new users ... its ok, post whatever crap you want on SO, if you are lucky we will give you a bunch of badges for it.

The other option is making "programmers" a dumping ground ... that programmers cartoon question on "programmers" should probably be closed on programmers.

Deleted by Jeff. see: Programmers is about to go live, which questions should we migrate?

I agree with this decision, this is not on topic on any of our sites.


Migrating all these outcast questions to outcast.se has no chance of being created by us, think about it, why would we want to drive traffic into a dead end site with no community.

I kind of predicted this kind of stuff would happen. .... Its tricky business, this question really does not belong on SO, and most certainly should not be setting the tone of SO two clicks away from the home page http://stackoverflow.com/questions?sort=votes (where the best programmer joke is hanging out like the mark of Cain).

By having these soft off topic questions on SO we are telling our new users ... its ok, post whatever crap you want on SO, if you are lucky we will give you a bunch of badges for it.

The other option is making "programmers" a dumping ground ... that programmers cartoon question on "programmers" should probably be closed on programmers.

5 Fixup of bad MSO links to MSE links migration
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4 Fixup of bad MSO links to MSE links migration
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