On the main page right now is a link to a chat room:
In which the relative merits of Word and LaTeX are discussed.
I don't like to see that here. I think that we've stayed fairly civil on the relative merits of different systems: our task is to sing the praises of TeX, not to be nasty about other stuff. The etiquette that I've seen so far has been along the lines of: "Of course we think that TeX is the best thing since sliced bread, didn't you read the sign on the door? But if you're nice to us, we'll be nice to you and we'll show you the error of your ways by example, not by preaching.".
What I've read so far of that discussion does not follow that etiquette. Indeed, what I've read so far is a pretty pointless discussion. Moreover, the room seems to be closed so no new discussion can take place, and it doesn't seem to have been started by anyone from this site.
So why is it linked from our main page as if it were anything to do with or endorsed by us?
Please remove it!
(Note added in edit: It occurs to me that it's not for the people here to fix this one so I've cross-posted at meta: Why do we have a link to some bizarre chat room on the main page of tex.stackexchange.com?)