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This issue keeps coming up on Area 51 and I've been pointing people to the example of Raspberry Pi as a good example of how to handle it sensitively. See: Should Arduino SE allow general electronics …
answered Oct 19 '12 by Mark Booth
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As goldilocks♦ said, there has already been some talk about the splitting off the different elements of graduation according to whether sites need those elements. Privilege Levels are an excellent exa …
answered Nov 30 '15 by Mark Booth
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This is a matter of overlap of scope. If orange-pi were a simple clone of the raspberry-pi, running all of the same hardware, firmware and software, then this might be a good place to ask questions ab …
answered Nov 30 '15 by Mark Booth
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Several times now I've seen people asking questions about X and noticed that their posts have been edited to replace X with X.org. Is this the right way to go? I was always taught that X should be ca …
asked Jun 18 '12 by Mark Booth
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Has Raspberry Pi Stack Exchange followed the path you expected? Yes, I was hoping that we would build a pleasant, welcoming community, where people of all levels of experience and knowledge could be …
answered Oct 4 '12 by Mark Booth
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With the meta question The evaluation period is over. We need your feedback! suggesting that we might want to encourage better integration with the wider Raspberry Pi community, and the earlier meta q …
asked Oct 8 '12 by Mark Booth
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This is a copy of my answer to Camil Staps' copy of this question over on Robotics Although I am open to the idea, my current preference is against a mega-merge of Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Embedded a …
answered Aug 10 '15 by Mark Booth