• anonymous
Hello Friends ! I joined OCW-Scholar Principles of Microeconomics long time back , but from quite a few days I have noticed that all initially posted questions have vanished (including mine) and also I hardly get to see anyone there. Is there some problem going on with that group ?
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  • blues
In an effort to curb unscrupulous people posting entire homework assignments, the site has moved to a new system where askers can have one open question at a time. When the open question has been answered to your satisfaction, you can close it and ask another. I believe all questions older than 14 days were marked closed at that time. The closed questions are still on the site and you should find them in the "closed" folder. And I'm sorry there aren't more people in the OCW Micro Econ group. The OCW groups do tend to be quieter than the rest of the site.
  • anonymous
Thanks , I was completely unaware of this. But its strange , earlier there used to be so much interaction going on , but nowadays , neither I see a post nor any person online. Strange , and sad too ! :-(

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