One of my questions was removed because it encouraged a discussion rather than a Hub or multi-paragraph answer. Can someone please explain what belongs in questions and what belongs in forums?
I wish I could help you. I can't.
I've no idea why some stupid questions are allowed to stand, and other questions that seem much better are taken down.
I think you should probably just look at what you're asking and think about whether it would make for a better forum post - where people can respond to one another....or if it is truly something where just an answer is what you desire.
Questions are intended as a place to provide inspiration for Hubs.
If your question isn't likely to inspire a Hub, post it in the forums.
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