The question Is there a way to change preprint service within OSF system? is about to closed and I suspect the reason is that it's a technical question. Perhaps the close voters think that it's better on Web Applications. But I've seen another question that is purely technical issue and is well-received: Is there a way to follow particular authors on arxiv?. And basically technical questions fill the entire scopus tag, and some of reference-managers.
What should we do with questions about preprint services? Are they academical enough? If no, what about the questions about whether the color of slideshow, CV or board should be black or white? If yes, should questions about other services like Academia.edu or ResearchGate on-topic? And surely we don't want questions about LaTeX or creating PDF of slides with audio to be here, right?
So what do you think?
• Case in point: Drawing the line for tech support in Graphic Design. Maybe our beloved mutual mod have some insights on this?
• Should we be more welcoming of "technical" questions? But it's about study design.
• What to do with questions asking to evaluate commercial online services? But it's about evaluation, not using them.
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