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I like your idea!
Your issues with the i<3fun username should be fixed ;)
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Also, we're thinking about how to further subdivide the math section. The issue is, right now, the math group works so well because there are so many people there to help. If we split everyone up, there would probably be more problems getting help.
dont split everyone up..just have different questions in different categories..let askers decide the category or specify one...
I agree. As more and more questions are being posted, there should be more structure, so that none are forgotten. The "Open Questions" section seems like a good idea, although I don't see how it works right now... How is it decided whether a question is still open?
I must also say, that I liked the old version better in this regard. You could read all questions, all open questions or all questions with your personal tags.
We'll be clarifying what `open' means in the next few days. In essence, a question is closed once the answerer has given a medal, or a moderator/admin has given a medal, or two other people have given medals. We'll also be making it clearer what is open vs closed even when you're viewing all questions.
Tagging, unfortunately, is a tough needle to thread; something we found out on the old version. We're still looking at the best way to implement it.
Although the idea of dividing the math into different sections sounds appealing at first, I would have to agree with Shadowfiend regarding the amount of people able to help. As for my personal opinion, I like seeing a variety of math questions because if I see one that I can learn from, all I have to do is click and wait for someone to give an answer. Then I learn along with the person asking the question. Whereas, if the math was divided into specific categories as suggested, you would see no more or less than the area of study you are familiar and wondering into a more difficult area of study is far less appealing when it's already out of your way.