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I really dislike starting with 'organzing', but can't really explain why... here's an alternative based a little on my wording for the on-topic page. $SiteName is a question & answer site for people producing, distributing, marketing and monetizing Free and Open projects. This site is not limited to software, but also covers art, literature, hardware, ...


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This is part of the system. There is an algorithm that determines which questions can be displayed in the tour page. I can't remember exactly what the requirements are, but in general terms it's looking for a short question with no fancy formatting. Mods can change which question is displayed there, but only from those questions that this algorithm returns....


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Any reason we shouldn't base it on the on-topic page? I've made this community wiki, so (after discussing in the comments) edit this if you think it can be improved. Ask about... real problems or questions that you’ve encountered the history and philosophies of the FSF, OSI, CC etc understanding, applying, and complying with Free & Open ...


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$SiteName is a question and answer site for people organizing, marketing, licensing or using products or projects pertaining to open culture, whether it is Open Source and Free software, Open Data, Open Knowledge or other Free or Open projects. It's built and run by you as part of the Stack Exchange network of Q&A sites. With your help, we're working ...


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Here is my take, shamelessly copypasted from Martijn's suggestion: $SiteName is a question and answer site for people organizing, marketing, licensing or using products or projects pertaining to free and open culture, whether it is open source, free software, creative commons, open data, open knowledge, or other free or open projects. It's built and run ...


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