Linked Questions

8 votes
2 answers
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Are we spreading out our programming content too much? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Too many SE sites causes confusion Are we creating too many different Stack Exchange sites? An answer to this question made me realize just how spread out our programming ...
6 votes
1 answer
256 views

Preventing cannibalism from sister sites

Many years ago, there were fewer Stack Exchange sites. Right now, Astronomy is in beta and attracts questions like this one about speed-of-light. Sure, I can see why somebody would associate this with ...
33 votes
5 answers
595 views

What is the point of having different sites for each service in the same or similar domain?

I am talking about the cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies. We have pending proposals Blockchain Technology - commitment phase with 51% commitment. for discussing about Blockchain ...
-12 votes
3 answers
149 views

Why so many sites? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Too many SE sites causes confusion Having duplicate sites and tags seems obsessively organized, disorganized, or both. Could merge them all together. For example, if I had ...
5 votes
2 answers
198 views

Is there a way to migrate the followers when you merge several proposals into another proposal?

I am thinking of doing a CMS for all proposal to cover: http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/22662/umbraco-cms http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/15362/dotnetnuke http://area51....
-17 votes
1 answer
237 views

Too many (similar) subsites bad for the network/community [duplicate]

There are too many (similar) stackexchange sites! Reasons why this is bad: Waste of resources (it would be easier to manage and maintain to have fewer) Difficult to choose which one question is best ...
-16 votes
1 answer
264 views

StackExchange is way too confusing and frustrating [duplicate]

There are many sites on StackExchange. Way too many. You have a problem with your code, you don't know if you have to go to StackOverflow, CodeReview, Unix or any else website. This is both confusing ...
-5 votes
1 answer
66 views

Why don't the activity badges track across sites?

Is there a specific reason why the "visit for x days" badges do not track across different communities? I kind of can understand the reasoning behind why privileges are tied to a single community, but ...
-10 votes
2 answers
176 views

The two things about Stack Exchange [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Too many SE sites causes confusion First thing, I see that Stack Overflow has been remodeled into a number of other sites like Super User, Server Fault, and a lot, lot more. I ...
18 votes
4 answers
554 views

Are we creating too many different Stack Exchange sites? [duplicate]

I was just thinking that maybe if we have more Stack Exchange websites then each person would be a member of more different sites on average. Since the time a person can spend online on average ...
14 votes
2 answers
581 views

Is it possible we've got too many Stack Exchange sites/categories? [duplicate]

Consider the question Big O exponential: proving NP is a subset Asymptotic notation questions have been pretty standard for Stack Overflow. This fairly interesting beginner question is up, but has ...
2 votes
0 answers
45 views

Can we have a where to post FAQ?

This is still annoying me. Referring to the same problem given here Too many SE sites causes confusion Could we have an answer for all the "Main" SE sites what is and isn't acceptable. Also useful ...