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Software Engineering && Mathematics && Computer Science [closed]
Closed as too generic by Monica Cellio on Oct 25, 2020 at 21:46
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I am a coder mathematician computer scientist and would love to see a community for each of those identities.
- Software Engineering: This strikes me as an ideal early community. It's users are likely to provide useful bug reports and technical feedback and are likely to have a high threshold for unpolished or incomplete software.
- Mathematics: Mathematicians tend to be on the cutting edge of new internet technologies. We were among the first adopters of Google+ (RIP) and currently have a massive community on SE. We are also among the central driving forces of the Open Access movement in academia, demonstrating a cultural affinity for the ideals behind FOSS and Creative Commons.
- Computer Science: I would think this community would share the good qualities of the previous two communities.
I am not yet familiar with how Codidact works, but if it takes someone to do the legwork of "making" the community, I am happy to volunteer.
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