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Depending on the specific framing of your question it may be on-topic on either History Stack Exchange under the identification and germany tags, or on Genealogy & Family History Stack Exchange under the germany tag (Carl von Bergen was a German painter). If you decide go for the latter, do carefully read through What is “Genealogy,” “Family History,” ...


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While I have limited experience with Outdoors, I think it might be on-topic there. Their [birds] tag states: Egg laying, two legged, warm blooded, vertebrates with feathers. Use this tag to ask questions about our feathered friends. Questions on topic include birdwatching bush craft, hunting and any outdoors related bird based activity. More ...


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No, not really. The main problems with those kind of questions are: Too broad - depending on the size of the website, there can be too many things to improve. If you can focus on one specific thing on your website, the question might work better. Opinion based - what one person finds awesome, another one might find awful and vice versa. Stack Exchange works ...


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I think you don't need to ask it, because it has already been asked on Linguistics Stack Exchange: What are determinants of language specific city names


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General "identify the place or thing on this postcard" questions are likely also on-topic under the [identify-this] tag at Travel.SE. Successful questions in that tag tend to be ones that are identifiable (major and minor landmarks count, random cafes and fire hydrants not so much) and interesting from a travel perspective. Since postcards generally fulfill ...


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If the main concern is the environmental effects of the batteries, I think Sustainable Living is your best bet. It got batteries tag, and some questions about electric cars as well.


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Psychology & Neuroscience can be a good place to post such questions. The site is described as: a question and answer site for researchers, academics, students, and enthusiasts needing expert answers to advanced questions in the "cognitive sciences": i.e. cognitive science, psychology, neuroscience, and psychiatry. More specifically, you can ask ...


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Formal and semi-formal questions about morality and ethics can be posted on Philosophy.SE. Questions about utilitarianism, rule-based ethics, and virtue ethics are acceptable, as are questions about how various philosophers have approached certain ethical issues. Practical questions regarding getting along with others can be asked on Interpersonal Skills.SE. ...


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It's essentially an image processing question cf. convolution. I believe it should be on-topic for Signal Processing, under the image-processing tag, whose excerpt is: In general, image processing is any form of signal processing for which the input is an image, such as a photograph or video frame. Do read through their on-topic page and ask on their ...


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Depending on your device, one of these sites might be for you. However some questions are off-topic on all three sites (buying recommendations). So be sure to read the help center and tour before asking. Android Stack Exchange Android Enthusiasts Stack Exchange is for users of the Android operating system. If your question generally covers... ...


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If you are willing to wait for an answer and support a new site try Area 51's Electric Vehicles proposal. If it's a great question you can earn a few points on a site where rep is fairly rare. If you need an answer quickly then Motor Vehicle Maintenance and Repair has a tag for electric vehicles. There is also Engineering.SE for technical questions about ...


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Considering nobody with more experience has answered you here I'll venture forth.. There's two viable routes, Retrocomputing and Stack Overflow, which give 9 and 290 search results respectively (including questions and answers reffering the TI-84 model). I list RC first as I would personally consider it a safer option, but your mileage will vary. Although ...


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I guess the problem with things like that is that its deeply subjective, and kinda falls between the cracks of what's on topic. Its essentially a product, service or learning material and that's off topic on most conventional sites. Its also off topic on software recs since you're asking on the where and should I, rather than the what would do the job. So ...


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If yours is a purely technical question about motion interpolation and not a "shopping recommendation" question, it might be on-topic on Video Production. I get some results when I search for interpolation value there. You may ensure whether your question is truly on-topic it by asking on their meta first.


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It's acceptable on Stack Overflow, if it's not written so it's opinion based: What topics can I ask about here? We feel the best Stack Overflow questions have a bit of source code in them, but if your question generally covers… a specific programming problem, or a software algorithm, or software tools commonly used by programmers; and is ...


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Software Engineering seem a good fit for such questions. To quote their help center; Software Engineering Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for professionals, academics, and students working within the systems development life cycle. If you have a question about... software development methods and practices requirements, ...


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There isn't one here. Asking for links to documentation is basically asking for us to be your search engine proxy, such information even if we could find it leads to answers that are not self contained and therefore rot. They also end up as spam magnets. If you know what the API is and how it should work and it's something that does have published ...


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It really depends on the exact question. If it's completely opinion-based (e.g. "should curly braces be kept on the same line or a different line") and every answer is equally valid, there is no Stack Exchange site where it's on-topic. If it's based on factual evidence of why one practice, convention, etc, is better than another, it may be on-topic for ...


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Those kind of questions belong on Open Data Stack Exchange who have a special tag for them. But, like any resource recommendation requests on Stack Exchange, they have strict quality guidelines you should definitely read before posting a data request. Otherwise the question is likely to be downvoted and/or closed.


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You need to go to Cemetech. I programmed the TI-84 plus calculator off and on for 8 years (I did some serious programming projects in it for my intro to cryptography course, wrote a partial 4x4x4 Rubik's cube solver, many math applications, etc.), and many of the members on there made me look like a newbie. They have more information on there than most ...


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