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Should we be encouraging people, who may be inexperienced, to be using wget without truly understanding what the file is they are retrieving? Examples Emulation on a PC
asked Jun 14 '12 by Alex Chamberlain
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Several references to the RPi in titles have been replaced by "a unit" or "the device", as per Using “Raspberry Pi” in titles (and questions). Is this right? Was it the intention? Examples Can thes …
asked Jun 14 '12 by Alex Chamberlain
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No It was the intention of the other question to minimise its use. In these cases, its use is justified.
answered Jun 14 '12 by Alex Chamberlain
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Alternatively, we should encourage Stack Exchange to develop their own pastebin-clone, which deletes entries once they don't have an active link on the SE network and guarantees the contents while the …
answered Aug 15 '12 by Alex Chamberlain
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Important Operating System and Version Useful Any edits they have made to configuration files. Any software they have installed The board revision
answered Sep 11 '12 by Alex Chamberlain
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If the question is just about the OS, migrate it. If it is about how the OS acts on the RPi as a computer or a piece of hardware, leave it here!
answered Jun 13 '12 by Alex Chamberlain
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Logs are often essential to the question, as there is no way to answer the question without them. We should accept the logs on an external site, but once answered, pull in the one or two lines that ar …
answered Aug 15 '12 by Alex Chamberlain
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It's been a while since we've had a discussion on here, so let's start one. What information do you want from people when they ask a question? …
asked Sep 11 '12 by Alex Chamberlain
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The site should stay focused to RPi, as it allows us to provide better, more focused answers. For reference, this issue was already discussed before the private beta was launched: Should this site on …
answered Jun 13 '12 by Alex Chamberlain
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The following question has been asked, but the answer is different depending on the host OS. Is it possible to split it into several questions rather than having a (very good, but) confusing answer? …
asked Jun 14 '12 by Alex Chamberlain
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Is revision really useful? @Krzystof just added it, but @Bryan removed a similar version yesterday.
asked Sep 11 '12 by Alex Chamberlain
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What is the correct term for a RPi shield? Should we correct mistakes when we see them in posts? I have seen "Expansion Board" used in the wild, but that sounds a bit boring.
asked Jun 12 '12 by Alex Chamberlain
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I knew I'd seen another name somewhere! Some people are using the term Backpack; for example, Raspberry Pi XBee SMT Backpack. Not sure if this will catch on or not?
answered Jun 27 '12 by Alex Chamberlain
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We should be consistent. We should allow either "Raspberry Pi" or "RPi".
answered Jun 13 '12 by Alex Chamberlain
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No We should encourage this type of post, as we can provide focused walkthroughs that may be applicable to other types of peripheral.
answered Jun 13 '12 by Alex Chamberlain

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