• anonymous
I've been wondering whether it would be possible for the site to maintain a repository of good question+answer combinations and particularly of good extended discussions. I've seen some really good ones, and it'd be a shame to lose them. I'm not sure how you'd catalogue them (other than by group), but it sure would make good reading.
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  • katieb
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  • anonymous
I've also been wondering about such a feature. The site is a lot more like twitter than stackoverflow though :( so I wonder how the OS folks will achieve it.
  • anonymous
Colm and I have been capturing good answers/questions to post on FB or Twitter, but this idea has some merit, though I have no idea how it would be done off the top of my head. I'll make sure we talk about it sometime though. I'm sure that someone from the computer side of the OS will be coming along to talk about this at some point though :).
  • shadowfiend
Well, I feel like the particularly good qa interactions usually have a disproportinate number of medals. We can investigate a threshold that would tease out the really good ones.

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