14 votes

Proposed change to Server Fault guidelines

Removing the requirement to be a professional means telling these users “your question isn’t appropriate as it stands, improve it by...” instead of telling them “you don’t belong here because you ...
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12 votes

Proposed change to Server Fault guidelines

What about development? That is currently excluded together with the home environment, but that exclusions is omitted in your draft. Setting up development environments is explicitly on-topic in Stack ...
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9 votes

Proposed change to Server Fault guidelines

I'm not opposed to changing the help center text (I'm the idiot who suggested doing it last time, and frankly I still don't think it's very good), but I have some issues with your proposal as it ...
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9 votes

Proposed change to Server Fault guidelines

I'm very skeptical of this change. "Managing informaton technology systems" could include a newbie volunteer who is trying to set up a mailing list for a student club on Go Daddy hosting. The ...
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6 votes

Proposed change to Server Fault guidelines

This bit is too broad: working with services hosting or enabling your information technology We still aren't wanting to accept such things as end-user shared-web-hosting questions. But ...

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