My question is: Is it acceptable to notify users who ask "solve this for me" questions of a site built specifically for that purpose?
What I would like to do is post a comment on "solve this problem" questions referencing how to get help with homework on PSE the right way, and referencing the site where they may find and are encouraged to ask for a solution.
I believe it could be good for PSE by redirecting those questions from the site, and it would be good for the site by giving it traffic it would not otherwise see. I wanted to ask and make sure before doing so however, because I have built the site and do not believe it would be ethical to promote it here without the permission of the PSE community.
Here is some background about the project:
I'm a physics and computer science major from Indiana that created a website structured a bit like a stack exchange site (Question answer format, votes, comments) with a sole focus on generating and providing solutions to STEM major problems you might find in textbooks or in homework.
I spent a lot of time scrounging the web for solutions to problems for a variety of reasons over my year of physics courses and am a believer that seeing it done can be a great way to learn efficiently, check your work on problems without answers in the book, and to find some missing details you may have missed while trying to solve a problem without spending an hour trying to realize you forgot something like cm^2 = 10^-4 =/= 10^-2.
The website is ToughSTEM.com
What do you think?
homework-like questions should ask about a specific physics concept .....How is it even related to my comments there? $\endgroup$