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Should we allow sports trivia?

Our faq says we are for "participants in team and individual sport activities". It doesn't clarify whether this is limited to questions by participants, or if it includes questions about participants. ...
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Should we look to relax 'too subjective' to generate more and more interesting questions?

This particular SE site is putting along but doesn't look like picking up the kind of traffic it would need to graduate from beta any time soon. One problem with fitting 'sports' into the SE model is ...
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Reflect our actual scope in the FAQ

The FAQ currently says: Sports - Stack Exchange is for participants in team and individual sport activities. However, it's obvious that people are asking questions about sports that they're only ...
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What should we do with equipment recommendations?

Are sports equipment recommendations on topic or off topic? Additionally, if they're on topic how should they be tagged? It seems like it would be difficult to provide a single answer. Examples: ...
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What kind of cycling questions are on-topic?

There is already a fully-fledged bicycles.stackexchange.com site. In addition to non-sports cycling (commuting, touring), they have tags such as Training and Racing. Should questions similar to Why ...
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Determining our scope

Sports.SE could be a great site. Think about it: athletes from all over the world coming here to learn more about their sport, and asking questions about how they can make themselves better. Or fans ...
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How do I write a good question on Sports SE?

This is a Canonical Question / FAQ Candidate to help our users ask better questions Consider these scenarios: A question you asked was recently closed. The community is misunderstanding what you'...
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Range of localization for Sports questions

Just stumbled upon the closed question about professional car driving in India. It got closed as being too localized. Do we all agree on this sentiment? edmastermind29 comments that "Sports ...
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I want to post a question that will start a discussion, and many will find opinion based. What should I do?

I'm interested to ask questions that will definitely be marked as opinion-base. Most likely it'll start a discussion (or possible feud) between those who give different answers. Here are some examples:...
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2answers
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When to flag comments as “too chatty” in Sports.SE?

I have flagged some comments as too chatty. But they are declined. Examples of comments I have flagged: "@xyz Cheers mate :)" or "You are welcome @xyz" etc. Normally in other Stack Exchange sites, ...
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2answers
195 views

How do I write a good answer on Sports SE?

This is a Canonical Question / FAQ Candidate to help our users write better answers Essentially, good answers come from good questions. Good answers also cite sources and summarize quotes. Assuming ...
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1answer
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What's unclear about this question?

I'm genuinely struggling to see what is unclear about this question about snapping the ball? It seems like a perfectly simple, clear and answerable question to me.