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How tolerant should we be of programming and sysadmin questions?

Webmastering tends to involve a healthy dose of both programming and system administration. Where should we draw the line between what belongs on here, and what gets migrated to Stack Overflow or ...
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Is there a good way to encourage people to post metrics?

After reading and trying to answer a question on paying attention to page load metrics I'm wondering if there is any way to encourage people to post their metrics when they ask certain questions.
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What do you want our final domain name to be? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Write an Elevator Pitch / Tagline Note: We are closing this domain naming thread. It is asking the entirely wrong question. See this blog post for details: Domain Names: ...
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Clicking on a tag in your profile searches for the user and the tag

For instance, if I want to see all the Javascript tags I clicked, here's the URL that appears in my profile: http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/search?q=user:15+[javascript] I think that the user:...
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Shouldn't the FAQ also suggest StackOverflow?

The FAQ states: What kind of questions should I not ask here? [...] If your question is about … Networking, servers, or maintaining other people's PCs and contains no source code, ...
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meta urls on the error page leading to a non-exist page

In the error page: https://webmasters.meta.stackexchange.com/error?aspxerrorpath=/ Both meta links (in the body and in the bottom) are referring to this url: http://meta.prowebmasters.stackexchange....
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Vote to close: Belongs on …

We've got "Vote to Close: Belongs on Meta", shouldn't we also have: Vote to Close: Belongs on StackOverflow Belongs on ServerFault Because of the potential crossover, don't we risk muddling the ...
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ASP.NET MVC specific question - Should this be on StackOverflow?

Looking at this question: How do you avoid XSS vulnerabilities in ASP.Net (MVC)? I would have said that the question was better asked on StackOverflow rather than on Pro Webmasters - it's not very ...
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When seeding questions, should you ask questions you already know the answer to?

Because I've been doing a lot of that.

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