Definitions in the discipline of Project Management
Project Manager, profession or role?
What are the definitions and distinctions between Project x Program x Portfolio x Product Managers?
Team management and leadership
As a PM, How do you select your project team members?
How to Avoid Micro-Managing a Software Development Team?
Which skill set is ...
It looks like someone went through and flagged the now-deleted answers as spam, and a moderator responded to those flags by deleting the answers. I'm not sure why that person didn't flag the other answers as well.
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Perform Basic Research First
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Removing the ability to track on-topic questions about how to use or implement specific project management tools would be A Bad Thing™.
The Underlying Problem
The problem isn't questions about using tools, it's with questions asking for tool recommendations. By definition, the latter will solicit polling, debates, and unsubstantiated opinions.
Originally posted by yoda on Meta Stack Overflow:
The following is a slight modification of my post on meta.gardening. Consider a hypothetical question:
How can I foo the bar in X?
I'm trying to foo the bar using qux. However, I get an error message <error>. What am I doing incorrectly?
When should I post a comment and when should I post an answer?
I don't think I like the way the new post review works. I generally limit myself to giving one or possibly two answers an upvote per question. This doesn't mean that all of the others deserve a downvote. So that means I either need to leave a spurious comment, or select "not sure" which seems rather confining.