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Actually, we get on average 36 questions per day, which is typical or a bit above the median for all sites in the SE network. I don't see much support for the assertion that most other SE sites are more active than this. Of course, growing the site is always something to think about, regardless of how well we are already doing.


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Tumbleweed is a wonderfully worded "forever alone" badge. Asked a question with no votes, no answers, no comments, and low views for a week. I wanted to celebrate my accomplishment, and I thought it would be applicable to this question. So I went to the badge page and copied them all into Excel: https://physics.stackexchange.com/badges/21/tumbleweed ...


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I have a lot of sympathy for this suggestion because we all have collections of links to useful books and articles (many of mine are links to questions on the Physics Stack Exchange). But the problem is that bitter experience suggests that managing collections of links never works. Links go stale and after the initial burst of enthusiasm no-one keeps the ...


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I think the intra-SE and external traffic should be handled differently, but for the same goal: to attract more visitors. Maybe two circle diagrams from the internal and external sources could be more useful. The goal of the site would be to increase the visitor rate. It is an universal rule. Even the never acknowledged "quality over quantity" rule is ...


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I think that this proposal for a new site is very interesting. I hope don't disturb with this answer (really I'm not interested in the site, I'm just an amateur mathematician, but your idea and yours colleagues to create this site seems to me very good). A material that is fascinating for me is the known as sepiolite (I know just the more simple uses of ...


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