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Q&A How can we improve community proposals?

Old post but, not lost. Has at least three enthusiasts. If you visit most of proposal than, you will notice that most of proposal has more than 5 enthusiasts but, all of them doesn't partic...

posted 1y ago by deleted user

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#1: Initial revision by (deleted user) · 2021-07-29T16:07:39Z (over 1 year ago)
<h6>Old post but, not lost.</h6>

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>Has at least three enthusiasts.

If you visit most of proposal than, you will notice that most of proposal has more than 5 enthusiasts but, all of them doesn't participate. **OK! They are busy with their works. And, they aren't able to answer all of question. So, they can't participate.** So, let's forget about it.

>How much scope needs to be agreed on before launch vs after? Do we need sample questions (on/off-topic)? We don't have a good way to manage that now.

We have. HTML gave us way to do that. We can write questions in answer also. I am not talking about sample questions. Cause, a community can have more than 1000 answerers. But, if there's no questioner than, the community will be useless. We got lots of question after creating Poweruser community. So, we can say that PU is little bit active community. Linux community had launched also. But, it had lots of proposal and, lots of enthusiast. But, there wasn't lots of questioner. So, the community became inactive. So, we have to sure that our member have question. They need it too much. You said,"We don't have a good way to manage that now". Let's think from mind. Who have questions they can type in an answer (The answer will be created by a user or, system). That answer will be under license CC0. Anyone, can add their question using details summary HTMl tag. Just every user (who has question) should edit that post. Here's [a sample](#sample) of how should we write question. **Don't make your question bigger. Just put a meaningful title and, describe in short (don't have to show research effort).** If anyone thinks that, that question is off-topic than, write off-topic inside parenthesis to title. And, say why it is off-topic in Comment (Suggest edit's comment).

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Who don't have idea of "A community", he shouldn't propose "A community". Cause, he can't explain why we need that community. What's the importance of it. How it can help people. (Earlier, someone had proposed a site he didn't have much more idea how that community works. I am not mentioning his name here). 

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