I asked this question yesterday. It appears building a random DFA, selected with uniform distribution, is more difficult than it seems.
Should I be asking this somewhere else, or have I come to the right place?
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First off, I merged both of your accounts together. Second, StackOverflow isn't the appropriate place for questions about StackOverflow, meta is. Third, if you had taken the time (I say this because of the previous two points) you may have learned that there is a StackExchange site that focuses on research-level theoretical computer science questions, which you might have found is a better target for your question.
(Since that meta post, you've had an answer. 24 hours for an answer to a relatively difficult question isn't anything to be worried about. I'll just respond to the general issue.)
It sounds like you're looking for Computer Science Stack Exchange. This didn't exist back then but does now.
There's also a Theoretical Computer Science, for research-level questions only. If you've done a serious search of the scientific literature and found nothing, you can ask experts if they know of results on that topic.