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Q: Detailed "what kind of questions" list

Al EverettCheck this out: http://meta.webapps.stackexchange.com/questions/894/what-kind-of-questions-can-i-ask-here-the-detailed-version Do you think a similar kind of post would be useful here at Android Enthusiasts?

 
2:25 PM
Hello
 
 
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3:27 PM
Ooh we've got a chat room again!
 
@GAThrawn Yep, it was frozen so I assume Bryan didn't have time to manage it. But I'm happy to do so.
 
4:14 PM
Hi from SuperUser! Can I ask "app-reccomendation" questions here, like "Which Anriod VNC clients support host/domian names"? My current one only will accept IP addresses and as my home server is on a dynamic IP i'd rather use my domain name address.
 
@tombull89 Generally speaking, app recommendations are discouraged. Since you have a clear need to solve a problem, though, it should be OK. If you want to make us really happy, phrase it as a "How can I?" question, e.g. "How can I connect to my home VNC server via its hostname?"
 
 
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:1524459 Need help?
 
@MatthewRead i was just trying to get in touch with an android dev. i know they don't hang out here but i don't have the rep for their chat on SO just yet, so i wondered if i could try and summon them temporarily
(accio android dev!)
 
@AbbyTMillerΨ Octavian, in the Ubuntu room?
 
@MatthewRead he'd do. but in the time i've been tooling around joining like every chat i can find, my problem's solved itself. so it's a moot point :)
appreciate the help though.
must go join MOAR CHATS
 
@AbbyTMillerΨ Ah, OK. You have write access to that room now, if you need it.
 
@MatthewRead thanks!!
 
7:12 PM
Sure thing
 
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