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Martijn
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12 votes

Are NC & ND Creative Commons licenses on topic?

10 votes

What urgent matters do we need to resolve?

9 votes
Accepted

What should our site goals be?

8 votes

Question in the context of my project: Is it spam to put a link?

7 votes

Should we reach out to all organizations?

6 votes

Do we want to shy away from gender-specific terms where possible?

6 votes

How to avoid political wars?

6 votes

Discussing scope overhauls with Programmers SE

6 votes

Are questions that ask about interactions of open source licenses of specific products on topic?

6 votes

Do we want both proprietary-code and closed-source tags?

5 votes

To stop [licensing]... What?

5 votes

Can we make tags have "license" in them?

5 votes
Accepted

I don't like [free-software]. I like the definition though :)

5 votes

Are questions asking for the copyright status of something on topic?

5 votes

Are questions on getting your project "blessed" on scope?

5 votes

What urgent matters do we need to resolve?

4 votes

Would a translation tool recommendation question be on-topic?

4 votes

Tag [license] or [licensing]

3 votes

How much should we allow editing of closed but answered questions?

3 votes

How do we avoid "free as beer" vs "free as speech" confusions?

3 votes

How many of us regularly contribute to open source projects?

3 votes

What are our main risks of not getting to public beta?

2 votes

Time to start cleaning house?

2 votes

What should our site-description be?

2 votes

What urgent matters do we need to resolve?

1 vote

[tag:development], what's it for?

1 vote

Should questions regarding licenses and usage of OSS from other sites be migrated here

0 votes

Are questions about the licences of popular open source projects on-topic here?

-2 votes

Shall requests for "free stuff" be on-topic as long as it is free stuff for open source?

-5 votes

[tag:development], what's it for?