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followed (and are continuing to follow) the proper process and did not build this site on cannibalizing other ones. If Embedded Systems launches and does significantly better than Raspberry Pi, then and only then is this a proper discussion. …
answered May 3 '13 by ramblinjan
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Taking from Jivings's comment above (since it's worth posting as an answer), from How to deal with upvoted yet clearly wrong answers on Stack Overflow: Leave a comment Downvote the wrong answ …
answered Oct 21 '13 by ramblinjan
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Ultimately the decision is made by the Stack Exchange community team, though here's a little information. It can, theoretically stay in beta indefinitely if there is not enough growth to promote it, …
answered Nov 4 '13 by ramblinjan
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has a better answer, they can leave it and it can be upvoted. If you think it's more of an ongoing discussion, you can make your answer a community wiki so many users will be able to contribute to the same answer. …
answered Nov 5 '13 by ramblinjan
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Will it replace the official forum as a primary meeting point of Rasp Pi users? In a word, no. Nor should we try to make it that. Forums are still useful for discussions, sharing projects and i …
answered Jun 12 '12 by ramblinjan
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This is part of the point of the beta phase, and while this may create issues for the site at first the flow of questions will help to determine the appropriate time to leave beta. The initial orders …
answered Jun 12 '12 by ramblinjan
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In a Stack Exchange site, answers should more or less begin on the assumption that users are experts on the topic at-large, but not the question itself. If a user specifically asks about wget, it's n …
answered Jun 14 '12 by ramblinjan
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For now, if you think it belongs on another site just flag it as off-topic and we will deal with migration if applicable. The tool for migrating to a specific site is currently restricted to moderato …
answered Oct 21 '13 by ramblinjan
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Short answer, no. Longer answer, Stack Exchange is not a forum. There are places for project discussion to occur, and while projects are really exciting questions like this generally make Stack …
answered Oct 28 '13 by ramblinjan
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While you're not referring to a 'correct' vs 'incorrect' answer, it's still similar to what you're asking. Why do incorrect answers keep getting “accepted”? Accepting is about whether the answer sol …
answered Oct 21 '13 by ramblinjan
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In a word, no. If the answer is not a good one, it should be downvoted. Questions can be on- or off-topic for the site, but ultimately as long as an answer addresses the question, it shouldn't be re …
answered Nov 14 '12 by ramblinjan
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Possible Duplicate: Raspberry Pi itself vs. specific OS issues It's apparent already that there are going to be a lot of questions relating to basic setup and accomplishing certain tasks wi …
asked Jun 13 '12 by ramblinjan
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It's that time of year again: Winter Bash 2013. Details: This event will run from 16 December 2013 to 3 January 2014. Users will be able to see their entire hat collection at http://winterbash2 …
asked Nov 20 '13 by ramblinjan
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Week 1 Topic: First Time Raspberry Pi Usage In the interest of making the chat room a more popular place to talk, we're going to start having a topic of the week as suggested in another meta question …
asked Dec 16 '13 by ramblinjan
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Contributors Edit this and put in your name below (and link to your profile) if you're interested in either role (or both). Writers Putting your name here should be a commitment to write regularly …
answered Oct 29 '13 by ramblinjan

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