|No, you are missing the point of my comment. You said:
Also, it might reduce replies to old nodes, which should really be new questions in SOPWThere are assumptions there (reawakening threads, etc.), and I was addressing some of them.
Sorry, but I did not miss that point. Those assumptions, reawakening threads, was never implied or assumed, its completely besides my point, that its hard to find where to ask a NEW QUESTION.
Have you never seen replies considered for Move to SOPW/SOPWify...?
Don't you think its because they couldn't find where to ask a NEW QUESTION?
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