I just noticed this comment under an answer where I issued a "greeting to a new user" comment. What I wrote was:
Welcome to RPG.SE. Please take the [tour] and visit the [help] to seen how a Q&A site differs from an internet discussion forum. Wikis are sometimes good sources, and sometimes not. Please provide a link to the one(s) that you are referring to as resources for this answer. – KorvinStarmast Jun 4 '18 at 16:15
I've been doing that "RPG.SE" short hand in imitation of some of the comments I read when I first began to participate. There is another such greeting here.
Another user made the following point under my comment:
rpg.se is a Swedish domain, taken by a private citizen. Please abbreviate "rpg stack exchange" in another way. – CapnZapp Feb 4 at 20:25
That's a fair point. The appendage
.se for sites in Sweden is a standard.
Make RPGSE a standard abbreviation in written prose (such as the above kind of usage) for our site so that we don't generate confusion, and since that is a common style of using initial capitaliations as a way to refer to Role Playing Games Stack Exchange.
Examples of this common usage include NFL for the National Football League, USMC for United States Marines Corps, RN for Royal Navy, RCMP for Royal Canadian Mounted Police, IBM for International Business Machines, SO for Stack Overflow, etc)
Would this run afoul of any of our network guidelines or norms?
Pursuant @Someone_Evil's comment, does this even need to be addressed?
rpg.seitself is a hard redirect to