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Questions specific to stackoverflow.com should be asked on meta.stackoverflow.com; such questions will be closed here. This is for questions about the Stack Overflow site that still relate to the SE network as a whole. Questions about Stack Overflow (the company) should be tagged [company] instead.

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I've just been quite surprised to click on a highly ranked Google result for a Stack Overflow question just to end up on the search page, because the page doesn't exist anymore. I figured it might hav …
asked Aug 25 '09 by Steffen Opel
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It would have been fewer than 5/6 days even: you need to account for the ~linear growth in participation as per Ian Elliots pretty good assumption to When Will StackOverflow Reach One Million Question …
answered Oct 9 '10 by Steffen Opel
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Well, from a wider angle I'd say that many computer (power/super) users would actually benefit a lot by facilitating revision control for their every day document handling(/backup) (see Martin Fowlers …
answered Jul 13 '10 by Steffen Opel
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For the record, tag amazon-cloudwatch meanwhile exists. The process is to simply wait until a user with enough reputation creates one or ask one to do it, as you implicitly tried here - I've seen use …
answered Apr 3 '13 by Steffen Opel