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From the Music Fans Area 51 discussions:

Are “Guess This Song” Appropriate On Music Fans?Are “Guess This Song” Appropriate On Music Fans? Most people voted "No"!

Are “Identify this song/LP/CD/mp3” appropriate on Music Fans?Are “Identify this song/LP/CD/mp3” appropriate on Music Fans? Most people voted "Yes"!

So a lot of users think that these type of questions:

  • Bring traffic to the site. Which is a good thing,

  • Fill the site with these questions, because a lot of users use them. This is a clutter issue and not good thing. Some examples are that they became the top tag on many sites:

Science Fiction and Fantasy Top tag

Movies and Tv Stack Exchange

  • Realize they are hard to be searched and therefore not much help to others looking for the same song. But this could be changed so that the question is more helpful.

So as my decision I want to say "Yes". However, before these were allowed we would have to decide how we would have these questions structured so that they do not become a "clutter" problem and are helpful to others. If this is impossible to do, then I say we never attempt, I really don't think that this site is going to struggle for traffic very much.

The Gaming(or Arqade) Stack Exchange has only 42 questions in their game ID tag, but they do add a FAQ that might come useful in helping us structure our FAQ(if we decide on making one) if we decide to allow ID.

From the Music Fans Area 51 discussions:

Are “Guess This Song” Appropriate On Music Fans? Most people voted "No"!

Are “Identify this song/LP/CD/mp3” appropriate on Music Fans? Most people voted "Yes"!

So a lot of users think that these type of questions:

  • Bring traffic to the site. Which is a good thing,

  • Fill the site with these questions, because a lot of users use them. This is a clutter issue and not good thing. Some examples are that they became the top tag on many sites:

Science Fiction and Fantasy Top tag

Movies and Tv Stack Exchange

  • Realize they are hard to be searched and therefore not much help to others looking for the same song. But this could be changed so that the question is more helpful.

So as my decision I want to say "Yes". However, before these were allowed we would have to decide how we would have these questions structured so that they do not become a "clutter" problem and are helpful to others. If this is impossible to do, then I say we never attempt, I really don't think that this site is going to struggle for traffic very much.

The Gaming(or Arqade) Stack Exchange has only 42 questions in their game ID tag, but they do add a FAQ that might come useful in helping us structure our FAQ(if we decide on making one) if we decide to allow ID.

From the Music Fans Area 51 discussions:

Are “Guess This Song” Appropriate On Music Fans? Most people voted "No"!

Are “Identify this song/LP/CD/mp3” appropriate on Music Fans? Most people voted "Yes"!

So a lot of users think that these type of questions:

  • Bring traffic to the site. Which is a good thing,

  • Fill the site with these questions, because a lot of users use them. This is a clutter issue and not good thing. Some examples are that they became the top tag on many sites:

Science Fiction and Fantasy Top tag

Movies and Tv Stack Exchange

  • Realize they are hard to be searched and therefore not much help to others looking for the same song. But this could be changed so that the question is more helpful.

So as my decision I want to say "Yes". However, before these were allowed we would have to decide how we would have these questions structured so that they do not become a "clutter" problem and are helpful to others. If this is impossible to do, then I say we never attempt, I really don't think that this site is going to struggle for traffic very much.

The Gaming(or Arqade) Stack Exchange has only 42 questions in their game ID tag, but they do add a FAQ that might come useful in helping us structure our FAQ(if we decide on making one) if we decide to allow ID.

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From the Music Fans Area 51 discussions:

Are “Guess This Song” Appropriate On Music Fans? Most people voted "No"!

Are “Identify this song/LP/CD/mp3” appropriate on Music Fans? Most people voted "Yes"!

So a lot of users think that these type of questions:

  • Bring traffic to the site. Which is a good thing,

  • Fill the site with these questions, because a lot of users use them. This is a clutter issue and not good thing. Some examples are that they became the top tag on many sites:

Science Fiction and Fantasy Top tag

Movies and Tv Stack ExchangeMovies and Tv Stack Exchange

  • Realize they are hard to be searched and therefore not much help to others looking for the same song. But this could be changed so that the question is more helpful.

So as my decision I want to say "Yes". However, before these were allowed we would have to decide how we would have these questions structured so that they do not become a "clutter" problem and are helpful to others. If this is impossible to do, then I say we never attempt, I really don't think that this site is going to struggle for traffic very much.

The Gaming(or Arqade) Stack Exchange has only 42 questions in their game ID tag, but they do add a FAQ that might come useful in helping us structure our FAQ(if we decide on making one) if we decide to allow ID.

From the Music Fans Area 51 discussions:

Are “Guess This Song” Appropriate On Music Fans? Most people voted "No"!

Are “Identify this song/LP/CD/mp3” appropriate on Music Fans? Most people voted "Yes"!

So a lot of users think that these type of questions:

  • Bring traffic to the site. Which is a good thing,

  • Fill the site with these questions, because a lot of users use them. This is a clutter issue and not good thing. Some examples are that they became the top tag on many sites:

Science Fiction and Fantasy Top tag

Movies and Tv Stack Exchange

  • Realize they are hard to be searched and therefore not much help to others looking for the same song. But this could be changed so that the question is more helpful.

So as my decision I want to say "Yes". However, before these were allowed we would have to decide how we would have these questions structured so that they do not become a "clutter" problem and are helpful to others. If this is impossible to do, then I say we never attempt, I really don't think that this site is going to struggle for traffic very much.

The Gaming(or Arqade) Stack Exchange has only 42 questions in their game ID tag, but they do add a FAQ that might come useful in helping us structure our FAQ(if we decide on making one) if we decide to allow ID.

From the Music Fans Area 51 discussions:

Are “Guess This Song” Appropriate On Music Fans? Most people voted "No"!

Are “Identify this song/LP/CD/mp3” appropriate on Music Fans? Most people voted "Yes"!

So a lot of users think that these type of questions:

  • Bring traffic to the site. Which is a good thing,

  • Fill the site with these questions, because a lot of users use them. This is a clutter issue and not good thing. Some examples are that they became the top tag on many sites:

Science Fiction and Fantasy Top tag

Movies and Tv Stack Exchange

  • Realize they are hard to be searched and therefore not much help to others looking for the same song. But this could be changed so that the question is more helpful.

So as my decision I want to say "Yes". However, before these were allowed we would have to decide how we would have these questions structured so that they do not become a "clutter" problem and are helpful to others. If this is impossible to do, then I say we never attempt, I really don't think that this site is going to struggle for traffic very much.

The Gaming(or Arqade) Stack Exchange has only 42 questions in their game ID tag, but they do add a FAQ that might come useful in helping us structure our FAQ(if we decide on making one) if we decide to allow ID.

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From the Music Fans Area 51 discussions:

Are “Guess This Song” Appropriate On Music Fans? Most people voted "No"!

Are “Identify this song/LP/CD/mp3” appropriate on Music Fans? Most people voted "Yes"!

So a lot of users think that these type of questions:

  • Bring traffic to the site. Which is a good thing,

  • Fill the site with these questions, because a lot of users use them. This is a clutter issue and not good thing. Some examples are that they became the top tag on many sites:

Science Fiction and Fantasy Top tagScience Fiction and Fantasy Top tag

Movies and Tv Stack Exchange

  • Realize they are hard to be searched and therefore not much help to others looking for the same song. But this could be changed so that the question is more helpful.

So as my decision I want to say "Yes". However, before these were allowed we would have to decide how we would have these questions structured so that they do not become a "clutter" problem and are helpful to others. If this is impossible to do, then I say we never attempt, I really don't think that this site is going to struggle for traffic very much.

The Gaming(or Arqade) Stack Exchange has only 42 questions in their game ID tag, but they do add a FAQ that might come useful in helping us structure our FAQ(if we decide on making one) if we decide to allow ID.

From the Music Fans Area 51 discussions:

Are “Guess This Song” Appropriate On Music Fans? Most people voted "No"!

Are “Identify this song/LP/CD/mp3” appropriate on Music Fans? Most people voted "Yes"!

So a lot of users think that these type of questions:

  • Bring traffic to the site. Which is a good thing,

  • Fill the site with these questions, because a lot of users use them. This is a clutter issue and not good thing. Some examples are that they became the top tag on many sites:

Science Fiction and Fantasy Top tag

Movies and Tv Stack Exchange

  • Realize they are hard to be searched and therefore not much help to others looking for the same song. But this could be changed so that the question is more helpful.

So as my decision I want to say "Yes". However, before these were allowed we would have to decide how we would have these questions structured so that they do not become a "clutter" problem and are helpful to others. If this is impossible to do, then I say we never attempt, I really don't think that this site is going to struggle for traffic very much.

The Gaming(or Arqade) Stack Exchange has only 42 questions in their game ID tag, but they do add a FAQ that might come useful in helping us structure our FAQ(if we decide on making one) if we decide to allow ID.

From the Music Fans Area 51 discussions:

Are “Guess This Song” Appropriate On Music Fans? Most people voted "No"!

Are “Identify this song/LP/CD/mp3” appropriate on Music Fans? Most people voted "Yes"!

So a lot of users think that these type of questions:

  • Bring traffic to the site. Which is a good thing,

  • Fill the site with these questions, because a lot of users use them. This is a clutter issue and not good thing. Some examples are that they became the top tag on many sites:

Science Fiction and Fantasy Top tag

Movies and Tv Stack Exchange

  • Realize they are hard to be searched and therefore not much help to others looking for the same song. But this could be changed so that the question is more helpful.

So as my decision I want to say "Yes". However, before these were allowed we would have to decide how we would have these questions structured so that they do not become a "clutter" problem and are helpful to others. If this is impossible to do, then I say we never attempt, I really don't think that this site is going to struggle for traffic very much.

The Gaming(or Arqade) Stack Exchange has only 42 questions in their game ID tag, but they do add a FAQ that might come useful in helping us structure our FAQ(if we decide on making one) if we decide to allow ID.

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