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I have a question related to using a website wikipedia.org. It is a question related to how to use this website (specifically I would like to ask how I can easily get the number of reviews of an article - which I relate to its relative reliability).

I was thinking that this could maybe connected with superuser.com which encourages to ask about

Specific issues with computer software, hardware or networking

considering that with some reason one might say that Wikipedia is software, especially the specific aspect I wonder about (i.e., how to get the review count of an article?)

I would be happy to get feedback regarding this, or as the tag suggests a site-recommendation.

Also, as an additional aspect to this question: Is the correct next step to ask in meta.superuser.com for "is this a valid/acceptable question?"

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Honestly, there are a ton of people helping out at the Help Desk at Wikipedia. That's where I would go if I had a question about Wikipedia.

If you really want a Stack Exchange site, then Web Applications is your best bet.

  • I like both concepts, wikipedia's and SE and for asking questions I am liking the structure SE gives much more than ordinary forums, so I will try out Web Applications. Thank you – humanityANDpeace Dec 24 '14 at 12:05
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You can ask at Webapps Stackexchange

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