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Comments on Site suggestion - Code Golf
Site suggestion - Code Golf
It's probably okay to request a new site here. If so, I suggest there to be a Code Golf site. TopAnswers has a Code Golf site, and evidently there is a large amount of core users there.
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I guess I'll go put my own suggestions in ;) Suggestions: Name: Code Games / Programming Games I feel like for …
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I guess I'll go put my own suggestions in ;)
Name: Code Games / Programming Games
I feel like for a name, "Code Golf and Coding Challenges" is too long. We're gonna have to somehow make it into a logo as well. I chose "Games" to promote the sense of friendly competition.
Also, because it's half as many letters as "Competitions".
Our community for those who enjoy code golf and other recreational coding challenges.
(shamelessly using Quintec's idea but making it more like the other communities' descriptions)
Even though Code Golf is itself limiting (as noted elsewhere, there are Code Bowling, King of the Hill and other types of challenges), those two words immediately give the sense that (a) it is about writing code and (b) it is about fun & games. "Coding Challenges" by itself to me sounds more like "here are the toughest unanswered questions in Computer Science". Which might be a worthwhile site but is totally different.