It will be very good, if among this very big number of questions in Mathematics would be a selected questions. So one can read them and learn something new for him. For example, someone will moderate the question, leave only the very important part of the question and put this question into the selected questions.
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Can't you undestand what i had written?
@Hero I think @klimenkov is suggesting a "best of" for the math study group. Moderators would choose an interesting question and then make sure it receives only the best answers. This would then go into some sort of "Best of" archive where new users can see model Open Study question and answering happening.
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Yes. Because there are a lot of typical questions, but among of them only a few really are worth reading.
I agree with that. Stackexchange has a similar system, which is very interesting to read.
To implement this, there would have to be something like a 'favourite question' in addition to 'best answer' that could be awarded to the questioner. A problem would be people favouriting friends' questions.
And, to a much greater extent than with stackexchange, there are different sorts of questions being asked (puzzles, discussion questions, homeworks, for instance), and at widely varying levels.
It would be nice if it could be feasibly implemented, but that I doubt.
Great ideas. We like Stackoverflow and will mull over how to do this. Keep the ideas coming!