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Yes, that might work. Literature is one of the revived proposals @rene might be thinking; the original seems to have failed because of a wrong scope (or entire lack thereof); see How can we make this literature proposal succeed when other literature proposals have failed for more information. (I didn't join Stack Exchange until much later and don't know ...


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Tl;Dr The key success factor for a feature request like this one is to have already a community around the topic in focus that is willing to have Q/A site based on the SE Network model. Many proposals failed (were rejected) because the community didn't exist on before hand. This isn't straight forward but I think that it's a good workaround for asking a ...


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Well, MSE is a bit of a special case: the "language" metas, for the most part, should cover their own languages. MSE's kind of the prototype for all the metas, with their own quirks. In many cases, unless it's a network wide issue, a local meta would be your first port of call, even on English sites. If you do have a language site with a specific problem ...


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Not speaking English should not be a reason for your concerns not being taken into account. That's true, but the problem with stating your concerns in another language than English would be that 80%-99% of the people here (depending on the language) wouldn't be able to read, let alone respond to those concerns. This includes both the 'Meta crowd', who is ...


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