That's a meta-meta question:

After having raised a few questions on the new SQLA2 site, I'm wondering if I had better asked these questions here as the contents of the named site will be purged (as documented).

I'm sure that the new site should be tested w.r.t. its functionality, i.e. adding/promiting comments and the like - usually with not too meaningful contents.

However, when asking questions for the new concepts, the new layout and the like, I feel these questions and answers might be useful for other users (e.g. all those coming from SQLA), i.e. they should not be purged lateron.

And besides beta topics that will be fixed soon (if possible), a lot of the discussion on the new topics will continue to have relevance for the new site, too.

So, where are such questions to be asked and answered - here or there?

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"I would not like them here or there. I would not like them anywhere." -- Dr. Seuss. Sorry, I couldn't resist :)

(28 Feb '11, 17:38) John Smirnios

Hmm, that poem has not been part of my cultural background ... Let's answer with Mr. Gradgrind: "Now, what I want is, Facts. - Stick to facts, sir!" (http://www1.poemhunter.com/quotations/famous.asp?people=Charles%20Dickens&p=3)

(28 Feb '11, 21:19) Volker Barth

I think it is better to ask and answer useful questions here, so they'll be migrated to the SQLA2, not lost in transition.

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