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Where can I ask the questions that I don't know where to ask?
I think [this question](https://lemmy.ml/post/735146) about markdown would be more suited for this instance but it doesn't fit any of the available communities. Could you tell me where to post it, or could you make a more general community that would encompass the questions that don't fit elsewhere?

Should I repost here the answers to questions I get answered elsewhere?
I've thought that since I sometimes ask questions on chats and they are like [black holes for information][1], whenever I get an answer I should post the question and answer here so that other people have more chances of finding an answer to the same question. What do you think? And what about simple problems I can't find the solution for online that I'm able to solve on my own but I would have preferred to find a solution online? [1]: https://knockout.chat/thread/33251

font and default dark theme
I think the heapoverflow.ml font is hard on the eyes and so is the default dark theme. Does anyone else agree?

I hate those websites that repost stackoverflow content
They're all over the search results for common programming problems, and even for less common ones. They have less information than their original stackoverflow answer and of course are just a useless copy. AAAaaaaaaaargh whyyyyyyyyyyyyyy


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