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I am against this idea because there are already other sites (DS SE and Stack Overflow) that cover these programming issues. If we allowed this type of question, there would be more reasons to merge DS SE, CV SE, and AI SE, which, in my opinion, wouldn't really be a bad solution to the problem of having a limited number of experts, although, now, we cover ...


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Some of you may have noticed the Meta Stack Exchange post - Testing three-vote close and reopen on 13 network sites (it's linked in the featured on meta sidebar) - we've finally got this project under way and Artificial Intelligence is one of the sites we'll be running the test on. Starting tomorrow, I'll be changing the site setting and closing and ...


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We tried to specify in our on-topic page examples of questions that would be off-topic here (see the section "Off-topic"), but we didn't provide an extensive list of types of questions that would be off-topic. I think we could indeed create a meta-post with a list of all types of questions that would be off-topic, but I am not sure if it's worth it,...


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Simple answer: Prior to nbro and Dennis, our scope was insanely broad This was because I was appointed mod by Stack when the prior mods left, knew there were issues, and felt that the community should decide what this stack needed to be. We had a few years of this, with varied success, but did manage to attract enough committed, expert users, to yield our ...


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