What is the URL? Can I use the same URL in all posts before posting? Sometimes posting in meta site requires 150 reputations or URL REQUIRED. I never find and notice a URL. This is nowhere in my sight. Without a URL posting is not possible.

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    Welcome on the Open Source SE! I am not sure, how to interpret your question and how does it relate to the opensource software.
    – peterh
    Sep 8 '20 at 1:45
  • I migrated this to meta, because you mentioned URLs and the mechanism of posting to OS.SE. To be honest, though I don't understand your question; could you perhaps give us examples of what you mean, or clarify things somewhat, so we can better help?
    – MadHatter Mod
    Sep 8 '20 at 5:45
  • @Madhatter-Open source and open source software are frequently asked and discussed.documents are sent to programmers or developers by using open-source software .anybody can use open source by paying fees or necessary charges to one who has a license and owns the software. user 37920
    – user37920
    Sep 8 '20 at 8:32
  • @user37920 that's (largely) true, though I'd quibble with the last sentence. But those are just statements; I still don't know what you're asking. Perhaps you could edit those examples into your question, then refine the text of the question to refer to them, so we get a better idea of what you want to know.
    – MadHatter Mod
    Sep 8 '20 at 15:16
  • @MadHatter-I wanted to be clear about what I don't know, just for the sake of learning. There is no chance that I will use what I have learnt except in question and answer.this is a question and answer site as well.no chance that I will be a programmer. Thank you -user 37920
    – user37920
    Sep 8 '20 at 15:29

I assume you want to post a question on Open Source Meta, which is the site you're currently on. That requires 5 reputation, not 150, unless you want to ask a question about your own post on the main Open Source site. You can find the URL for that post in the address bar of your browser.

(that's how it looks like on another site)

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