h a l f b a k e r y
Naturally, seismology provides the answer.
add, search, annotate, link, view, overview, recent, by name, random
news, help, about, links, report a problem
or get an account
When your not sure where the right forum is
Helps you find the right forum.
Useful for questions you have on a website like Github, and
searching google for a forum on Github only gives you open
fora software for creating your very own forum website.
BUT WHAT IF YOU DON'T WANT TO OPEN A FORUM. You want to
on the forum ABOUT Github?!!
Of course that was just an example, and this service is generic.
It would bring down thousands of questions that are closed
daily on Stack Overflow as Off Topic. You would simply know
where the topic is on, and could post it there.
An advanced version would also assist you in deciding what
category or keywords to use when posting on websites...
There and done...
Perhaps vaguely related... [normzone, Jan 21 2016]
||Well, at least this isn't in Other: [general] ...
||I really dont think it matters, ultimately. Any form of
communication should be valid anywhere, in any
format. Its only ridiculous convention that causes
people to think that they have to adhere to a
perceived fit within communication media. Before
that medium came along, there were no
preconceptions of how it should be used, and what
constitutes an out of fit form, so feel free to
communicate in any way you wish or can, in any
channel you find available. Thats the thing to do.
||Not at all. You lose points on StackOverflow if people vote
you down as "off topic" which means you lose certain
capabilities, and also, because its not the right forum, you
can't get the attention you really need. If it was halfbakery
for example you have the danger of becoming an MFD
||Pantum 1000 printer is printing beginning the content
printed at the middle of the page, spilling over until the
middle of the next page. It seems like a driver problem.
||Do you think I'll get an answer here?
Here's another one: How do I get to see cross-reference in
Github C# code without downloading it to visual studio?
Or if I can't do that: How do I create a cross-referenced
online experience with my own code on Github? I want to
click on a type and get taken to the class that defines it, to
click on a method which will take me to its definition et
ceterae et ceterae
||I an sorry for the 167 words in the former. I know, I didn't
notice the form of you answer.
||//Any form of communication should be valid
anywhere, in any format.//
||I agree, although I have yet to receive a useful reply
to my question about removing silicone sealant from
gloss paint, posted in the form of an interpretive
dance on the Russian Steam Engine Enthusiasts
||You did get a reply! That advert in the bottom left hand corner of the screen, promoting a boxed set of Tuvan Christmas pantomime souvenir tickets!
||At my age, most things are.
||8th, I translated your entry on green warfare to Hebrew on
face (pointing to your idea here) it is being shared...