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Should we expand the scope of this site to include questions about Morse code?

I think I am in agreement. Generally, questions are on-topic if they are about "amateur radio or the technology of radio", but I would say that we have reached a point in time (where Morse ...
Scott Earle's user avatar
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Should gray-area questions that are primarily theoretical be allowed here?

What are the advantages of the phasing method of generating SSB?", such a question would land squarely in the gray area, potentially equally at home in either site, because the question is about ...
Marcus Müller's user avatar
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Should we expand the scope of this site to include questions about Morse code?

I think that questions about Morse code should be considered on-topic even if they don't happen to interact with radio technology, because Morse code is, in practice, largely a subtopic of amateur ...
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Should we expand the scope of this site to include questions about Morse code?

I think so. Aside from folks required to learn Morse, usually as a result of military signals training, I anecdotally believe that we amateurs are the primary users of Morse code today. For this ...
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Should we expand the scope of this site to include questions about Morse code?

Sure, why not? I don't mind answering questions about Morse code that don't have anything to do with radio. They don't come up very often anyway. Think of it as a small service that we could do for ...
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Are non Amateur Radio discussions allowed?

I think the bands and services that you listed would be a good fit, mostly because where else would you go to talk about those sorts of things? CB is the only one that might have enough of a ...
YetAnotherRandomUser's user avatar
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Should gray-area questions that are primarily theoretical be allowed here?

In my opinion, ham.SE is slowly dying: there are only 1.3 questions per day coming in on average (source). In order to get as many people as possible to participate, to reverse or slow the decline, I ...
rclocher3's user avatar
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Should gray-area questions that are primarily theoretical be allowed here?

We should try to accomodate as many askers as possible – even short, low effort questions that only share a tool, method or scientific discipline with radio (but aren't about radio themselves) should ...
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Should we expand the scope of this site to include questions about Morse code?

Okay, you've convinced me. I just upvoted these answers. What does that Google Doodle question have to do with Amateur Radio?
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Antenna Theory within our Ambit

I'd agree that we'd want to be positive to all fields touched by amateur radio – for example, antenna design. However, this site is not https://electronics.stackexchange.com, and shouldn't strive to ...
Marcus Müller's user avatar
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Are non Amateur Radio discussions allowed?

Some non-Amateur Radio are allowed. Here are the rules about what is allowed and not allowed here: https://ham.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic Below are the pertinent rules. [Bold and italics mine] ...
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