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Site logo design?

Assuming the site exits beta in a few months, what kind of logo should it have?.
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Real-life examples in questions

Given the (already noticed) more subjetive nature of questions on this SE, should we add the suggestion that question posters add a real-life example (AAR fragment) when questions tend to the ...
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Using SE to collaboratively create stories ?

I was wondering... Would it make sense to try to collaboratively develop small settings or modules ? Of course, the main issue is to only work within the SRD monsters and rulesets (I guess that is ...
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Can we lobby stackexchange to support "&" as a valid tag character?

It feels to me like over half of the questions on the site are tagged [dd*]. Yes, it works acceptably, and is probably the best solution for now. It also looks unreadable and silly.
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Should this question have been closed? "What makes a game an “Indie” RPG?"

The question is here. Note: I have altered the question. This alteration happened after it was closed. I did not mean to cause an argumentative situation. However, "Indie" was (and is) a label that ...
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What are the community standards regarding publishers answering questions about their products?

We should probably talk about publishers, like me, replying to questions about their products. Just so we know what the community standards are in this regard. I am a small press publisher so I didn't ...
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Do we have any control over badges?

I started thinking about what kinds of behavior we might want to encourage that are different from other stackexchanges, and how changing the badges might achieve that, but then I realized I don't ...
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Should questions be for trivial definitions?

How should we treat "trivial question" questions? There are a number of questions coming in that seem like exercises in laziness IMO. "What is a macguffin," "What is railroading," etc. At best ...
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Are questions about conventions and other RPG events on topic?

Are questions about conventions and other RPG events on topic?
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Convention for sub-tags within a game system

I saw a tag name format which I thought was interesting: ...
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Are questions about RPG related comics on topic?

Inevitably a question has been asked on the main trilogy about comics that are very tangential to the topic of the site and although they generally get good upvotes they create a lot of controversy. ...
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How should we use Community Wiki? [duplicate]

After reading How much subjectiveness is OK? and specifically Richard JP Le Guen's answer, I thought I would start the discussion about how we want to use Community Wiki.
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Provisional Moderator Nominations

Related: Moderator Pro Tem Announcement It is time for this community to contribute some names of members you would like to act as provisional Moderators. A handful of members will be appointed to ...
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How much subjectiveness is OK?

This came up during the proposal phase on Area 51 -- and I felt at the time that unlike many other Stack Exchange sites, a site on RPGs will be largely subjective. Sure, there are definitive answers (...
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Is the "system-agnostic" tag really necessary?

Looking over the questions that have been tagged as system-agnostic I have to question what value the tag really has. The questions all are phrased so no system in ...
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Too many tags for d&d

Assuming that, for example, I'm not interested in D&D at the moment it looks like I might have to filter out over 5 tags to hide D&D questions. Don't You think it's a bit too much? Who has ...
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What about different attitudes towards rpg?

There's gamism, simulation and story-telling. Lots of questions have different answers depending on what people want from the game. eg. A question about mapping - in dungeon-crawls it's essential ...
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What does voting really signify?

I've never used a site like this before--is up/down voting an expression of my agreement or disagreement with a statement, a statement on its helpfulness/appropriateness to the topic, something else ...
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Is my question on a one-off game too subjective?

I asked this question. I even remarked, at the end of it, that it may very well be closed as too subjective. However, it seems an RPG-oriented Stack Exchange site might differ from others in that ...
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How should we use the indie tag?

Cause you know, it's such a tricky term. E.g.: there's a question about a good intro indie game. The question's about experimental games, but some people are recommending non-experimental games from ...
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How should we handle equivalent tags, like gm vs. dm?

There are already tags that may (or may not be) equivalents. How do we want to handle gm vs. dm and online vs. online-resources for example?
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Domain Name Suggestions? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Write an Elevator Pitch / Tagline Note: We are closing this domain naming thread. It is asking the entirely wrong question. See this blog post for details: Domain Names: Wrong ...
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Is there any way to merge questions?

There are two excellent questions about beginner RPGs; one specifically calls for younger players, but the answers are very similar between the two. Is there a way to flag these for merging?
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Tags for age/maturity level questions (i.e. less violent game for young players)

What would be a good tag for questions about game maturity level type questions? EDIT: I've seen some people start using kids, perhaps kids teens adults are simple and sufficient.
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What should the D&D Tags be without an ampersand (&)?

I just noticed that the tags don't allow the ampersand. This leaves the tag D&D4 as dd4. What should we label D&D as? ...

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