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If you actually find questions that are related to your package content, then you can fire an answering frenzy by mentioning you can also do this with <insert package name> and so on. Then I don't see why it should be a problem since we have loads of package authors answering questions with their own poison of choice. And it is a very very good thing ...


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Strange, mostly I use the site for the opposite use: Don't use longtable Longtable vs. supertabular: Which is right for which job? Don't use xspace https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/86620/1090 Don't use tabularx Alignment in tabularx environment Column width table in tabularx environment https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/145918/1090 https://tex....


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As I promised above, here are samples what my books are telling the world and specifically new TeX users about our site TeX.SE. I will post some pure screenshots.


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One of your users reached out to us over at GDSE in our chatroom. I have produced this for your community based on the graphics already used on your site. First Version Updated with hyphen and attempted to justify as much as possible: Second Version With the help of Paulo Cereda the final version looks like: Come and check out GDSE soon, we welcome ...


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In theory, yes. In practice, I'm not sure how much TeX SE swag we have left in the warehouse, or if there's any at all. (The original print run for this site was before I joined the company.) The best thing to do is what Mad Scientist said: contact us using the "Other" option, and we'll see what we can do.


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Some of us on the Community Manager team are interested in improving the Blog Overflow experience. One of the proposals we are considering is to use the Stack Exchange engine or parts of it. There are lot's of little issues to consider, however. It's also effort that would be expended on a feature that most sites don't use and tends to be tangential to ...


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