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How can I decorously promote Codidact on Reddit?

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I've stumbled upon links to Codidact questions on answers on SOME subreddits, but

  1. because Codidact is still little known and unsung, Redditors balk at clicking links to Codidact.

  2. OR other subreddits forbid links to Codidact, or regard them as spam.

Indubitably Codidact's an admirable, exquisite community. I want to assist you grow and thrive! Reddit feels like a great spur or stimulus, because many subreddits dovetail with Codidact Communities. As examples, there are at least

I don't have time to count all the subreddits at this link singly. Does any programmer or computer scientist know how to instantly deduce the number of subreddits (or the number of separate bullets)?

  • 10 subreddits for MATH. That picture forgot r/algebra, r/combinatorics, r/maths, r/mathpics, r/probability, r/probability theory, r/statistics, r/askstatistics.

  • at least 10 subreddits for LINGUISTICS See the "sister subreddits" on the lower right hand side panel. r/asklinguistics, r/conlangs, r/cognitivelinguistics, /r/compling, r/etymology, r/languagelearning, r/linguistics.

  • at least 500 subreddits for SPECIFIC LANGUAGES. I don't have time to list the LANGUAGE SPECIFIC subreddits e.g. r/anglish, r/anglosaxon, r/oldenglish, r/IndoEuropean/, r/protogermanic, r/ProtoIndoEuropean/.

Some languages have more than one subreddit.

r/BeginnerKorean/, r/Korean

r/learnKanji, r/LearnJapanese, r/LearnJapaneseNovice/, r/Japanese, r/SpeakJapanese.

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