Are you interested in a Geogebra community within StackExchange?

antoni.parellada shared this idea 2 years ago
Declined

As the majority of you probably know well, Stack Exchange is "a network of question-and-answer websites on topics in varied fields, each site covering a specific topic, where questions, answers, and users are subject to a reputation award process."


I have found help in this forum, but I feel like a community in SE would promote the usage of Geogebra, and eventually increase the likelihood of obtaining suggestions and solutions as a result of a broadened footprint.


If you are interested in supporting this initiative, please "Follow" my proposal here.


Likewise, if you feel like there is any reason to withdraw my proposal, please let me know.

Comments (5)

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I think the only way to keep reasonable quality of the feedback is to keep the number of channels low. This forum is the most active one. For bug reports and feature requests it's certainly the most efficient one. Besides that several countries have their own facebook groups (Norwegian, Swedish), there is the #ggbchat hashtag on twitter, Quora topic https://www.quora.com/topic/GeoGebra and a support email address support@geogebra.org.

If you like Stackexchange, why not propose a tag in Mathemathics SE so that it's easier to watch? https://math.stackexchange....

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I have had problems getting Geogebra answers from SE, which reinforces your comment about efficiency of this forum. I will definitely keep track of the responses / comments to you answer, and if there is some semblance of consensus in the community, I'll withdraw the proposal for a new SE site. The pros for a SE community, in my opinion, are the bells and whistles of SE (including access to LaTeX, among other things), and the potential for broadening the user base of Geogebra. A tag in MathSE would help; there is a Geogebra tag in SOSE, but just yesterday, I got a question closed because it wasn't a coding question.

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What does it mean, that the idea has been 'declined'? Does it mean that no further opinions are accepted? I am new to the forum, and have felt welcome, and received help, but this is a bit incongruous. Does it reflect everyone's opinion, or is it the moderator's? Disconcerting...

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In any event, I have proceeded to delete my proposal for a Geogebra Stack Exchange community, given the "Declined" tag to this post, and in the interest in continuing to participate in this community.

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Son categorías de clasificación de los post para saber el grado de

atención que necesitan (por ejemplo los que sugieren ideas) por parte de

los diseñadores. Diría que en este caso declined podría ser traducido

por "no tener en cuenta por los diseñadores" y además creo que la

palabra se pone cuando hacen clic sobre algún botón que indica la

atención futura que prevén que se necesitará.

de hecho yo estoy aquí en este momento

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