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Should such questions be considered on-topic?

This is a pattern that has been repeated in a few questions now.

Examples:

Some are obviously "not constructive", but there are some borderline cases.

I think these should not be allowed, just because there are potentially too many of them (one for everything you might want to do on a PC or server.)

Should such questions be considered on-topic?

This is a pattern that has been repeated in a few questions now.

Examples:

Some are obviously "not constructive", but there are some borderline cases.

I think these should not be allowed, just because there are potentially too many of them (one for everything you might want to do on a PC or server.)

Should such questions be considered on-topic?

This is a pattern that has been repeated in a few questions now.

Examples:

Some are obviously "not constructive", but there are some borderline cases.

I think these should not be allowed, just because there are potentially too many of them (one for everything you might want to do on a PC or server.)

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Should such questions be considered on-topic?

This is a pattern that has been repeated in a few questions now.

Examples:

Some are obviously "not constructive", but there are some borderline cases.

I think these should not be allowed, just because there are potentially too many of them (one for everything you might want to do on a PC or server.)

Should such questions be considered on-topic?

This is a pattern that has been repeated in a few questions now.

Examples:

Some are obviously "not constructive", but there are some borderline cases.

I think these should not be allowed, just because there are potentially too many of them (one for everything you might want to do on a PC or server.)

Should such questions be considered on-topic?

This is a pattern that has been repeated in a few questions now.

Examples:

Some are obviously "not constructive", but there are some borderline cases.

I think these should not be allowed, just because there are potentially too many of them (one for everything you might want to do on a PC or server.)

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"Is the RasPi fast enough for <*some task*>"<some task>" questions

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