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Stack Exchange is doing an event this year in which... well, let me just use Aarthi's words: Winter Bash 2012 Last year, on our Gaming site, we hosted an event called Hat Dash, where users ea …
asked Nov 25 '12 by David Z
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There's a banner that pops up when someone visits physics.SE without being logged in, which says, "Welcome to a Q&A site for active researchers, academics, and students of physics!" or something like …
asked Jan 15 '11 by David Z
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Looking at our Area 51 page I notice that it says about 10% of the users who committed to the site proposal have actually signed up. This is a little worrying given that the private beta is almost now …
asked Nov 9 '10 by David Z
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We get a lot of questions on this site whose titles are not written as questions. Recent examples include I don't know how to start with this exercise Finding tension in strings List of internationa …
asked Jan 2 '12 by David Z
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In light of What is “International Service of Weights and Measures”?, I did a bit of searching for our policy on questions about units and measurement (metrology)... but I don't think we really have o …
asked Jun 14 '11 by David Z
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these attributes fail to increase the quality of the site at best, and actively pollute it at worst. We do have an active discussion (in a long-term sense) on list questions, but even looking at the …
asked Aug 24 '13 by David Z
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I've been under the impression that "solid state physics" is just an older term for what is now commonly called "condensed matter physics," i.e. that they refer to essentially the same types of physic …
asked Jan 15 '11 by David Z
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The question Would Portal-style portals transmit gravity? was recently migrated from scifi.SE. Some people think it's off topic, some people don't, and I can kind of see both sides so I'm not quite su …
asked Aug 24 '11 by David Z
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Now that the holidays are over, I think it's an opportune time to hold another chat session to discuss site promotion, and perhaps other issues that we think are important. Let's schedule and run it a …
asked Jan 6 '11 by David Z
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There have been some arguments that the following two questions (and perhaps others like them) are off topic at this site, and perhaps should be migrated to electronics.SE. What does the community thi …
asked Jun 21 '11 by David Z
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The 2012 International Workshop on Deep Inelastic Scattering and Related Subjects in Bonn (Germany) is coming up at the end of next month. I'm scheduled to give a talk there, but my adviser has asked …
asked Feb 26 '12 by David Z
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In the wake of the migration from Astronomy, there are a couple of questions that may or may not be appropriate on this site, which I would like to get the community's feedback on. Who should I conta …
asked May 8 '12 by David Z
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I've noticed a bunch of disputed not-an-answer flags in the queue recently. While it's great that people are actively flagging things, this trend does suggest some disagreement on or misunderstanding …
asked Mar 5 '14 by David Z
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? Should such questions be on topic? To guide the discussion, here are three possible outcomes I anticipate (but other options are certainly welcome): We could decide that questions of the form "What …
asked Oct 6 '17 by David Z
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contributes to the ongoing discussion about replacing our homework policy. Actually, it would probably have been better to ask this later on in the process, but since there were so many examples today I …
asked Sep 19 '16 by David Z

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