I really must disagree that it would be a perfect replacement/alternative.
I took a look at it and it's a nice site and I'm sure I'll visit it from
time to time and maybe even ask/answer a question or two.
Nevertheless, there is too much "noise" on that site; too many distractions
that take away the simplicity of this format for asking questions from our
peers. Additionally, this format is more personal in that the messages
appear in "your" inbox (something that I'm sure all of us check quite
regularly throughout the day) instead of visiting a website.
On Mon, Sep 15, 2008 at 1:22 PM, Chris Gallucci <chris@gall...> wrote:
> >>Forget that. Let's just tag our posts "developmentor-advanced-dotnet" at
> >><http://stackoverflow.com>. =]
> I was thinking the same thing. I think stackoverflow would be a perfect
> alternate host.
> Chris Gallucci
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