Linked Questions

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How can I propose a new site?

I have an idea or subject that should have a Q&A, and want to propose a new site. How can I do this? Related: What makes a winning site proposal? Return to FAQ index
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law.stackexchange.com [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there a Stack Exchange site for Law Questions? If not, why not? Site that will allow to ask questions about the law system, every each country System work in different way ...
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Any plans for legal stackoverflow? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there a Stack Overflow for Law Questions? If not, why not? I hope this is on-topic for this site, and if not my apologies. It would be wonderful if there were attorneys ...
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Which is the appropriate SO site for legal matters? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there a Stack Overflow for Law Questions? If not, why not? Any plans for legal stackoverflow? I need to get some help with a legal matter regarding the web and technology....
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Why is there no Stack Exchange community about law? [duplicate]

Why is there no Stack Exchange community about law? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Law
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Where to ask my question about writing a disclaimer for a program?

I asked a question on Code Review about a disclaimer for my app. It was put as on hold as off topic because the site is only for code review. Could anybody suggest on which Stack Exchange site I ...
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Should moderators be allowed to delete accepted answers?

Moderators have too much power! They can even delete accepted answers! See here: Is there a Stack Exchange site for Law Questions? If not, why not? (10k users will see the deleted answer) What ...
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Which Stack Exchange site is most appropriate for asking software licensing related questions? [duplicate]

Which Stack Exchange site is most appropriate for asking software licensing related questions?
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StackExchange's terms of service are a little one-sided

I've been participating in the (ongoing) private beta of Startups. Due to the volume of questions that have arisen on there concerning matters of law, I began wondering what liability there might be ...
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Music law questions: If not on Music then where?

Music: Practice and Theory is not for legal questions. Yet some other Stack Exchange sites allow topics about legal aspects of the site's subject, so long as the questions seek not "legal advice" but ...