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Etiquette for answering your own question

It just happened that my question didn't exist anymore (I found the answer) while writing it:

git website update strategy - how to sync dev and live repositories?

But I found the content so valuable that I posted it anyway.

Surely, it will add value to stackoverflow and other trying to resolve the same problem.

But, sadly, there was no question in the "question" anymore.

What should I have done? I don't have another proper place to publish that content...


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Write the question as a question, and answer it with an answer.

Don't put the answer in the body of the question.

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