6 replaced http://scicomp.stackexchange.com/ with https://scicomp.stackexchange.com/
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I think that given the ambiguity between Computational Science (http://scicomp.stackexchange.com/)Computational Science (https://scicomp.stackexchange.com/), Computer Science (https://cs.stackexchange.com/) and Theoretical Computer Science (https://cstheory.stackexchange.com/) it is probably a good idea to reserve http://compsci.stackexchange.com/ so that it isn't used by any stack exchange site.

However, if it is going to be reserved, I would like to see that top level page list all three (or more sites in the future) which people might be looking for, with a brief description of the scope and purpose of each site to help them decide.


Incidentally, with regard to the suggestion by Shog9♦ that we change the name of the site from Computational Science to Scientific Computing I would suggest that this is another question entirely.

See my answer on What should the site name be? for more background on earlier discussions on this topic.

I think that given the ambiguity between Computational Science (http://scicomp.stackexchange.com/), Computer Science (https://cs.stackexchange.com/) and Theoretical Computer Science (https://cstheory.stackexchange.com/) it is probably a good idea to reserve http://compsci.stackexchange.com/ so that it isn't used by any stack exchange site.

However, if it is going to be reserved, I would like to see that top level page list all three (or more sites in the future) which people might be looking for, with a brief description of the scope and purpose of each site to help them decide.


Incidentally, with regard to the suggestion by Shog9♦ that we change the name of the site from Computational Science to Scientific Computing I would suggest that this is another question entirely.

See my answer on What should the site name be? for more background on earlier discussions on this topic.

I think that given the ambiguity between Computational Science (https://scicomp.stackexchange.com/), Computer Science (https://cs.stackexchange.com/) and Theoretical Computer Science (https://cstheory.stackexchange.com/) it is probably a good idea to reserve http://compsci.stackexchange.com/ so that it isn't used by any stack exchange site.

However, if it is going to be reserved, I would like to see that top level page list all three (or more sites in the future) which people might be looking for, with a brief description of the scope and purpose of each site to help them decide.


Incidentally, with regard to the suggestion by Shog9♦ that we change the name of the site from Computational Science to Scientific Computing I would suggest that this is another question entirely.

See my answer on What should the site name be? for more background on earlier discussions on this topic.

5 replaced http://cs.stackexchange.com/ with https://cs.stackexchange.com/
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I think that given the ambiguity between Computational Science (http://scicomp.stackexchange.com/), Computer Science (http://cs.stackexchange.com/)Computer Science (https://cs.stackexchange.com/) and Theoretical Computer Science (https://cstheory.stackexchange.com/) it is probably a good idea to reserve http://compsci.stackexchange.com/ so that it isn't used by any stack exchange site.

However, if it is going to be reserved, I would like to see that top level page list all three (or more sites in the future) which people might be looking for, with a brief description of the scope and purpose of each site to help them decide.


Incidentally, with regard to the suggestion by Shog9♦ that we change the name of the site from Computational Science to Scientific Computing I would suggest that this is another question entirely.

See my answer on What should the site name be? for more background on earlier discussions on this topic.

I think that given the ambiguity between Computational Science (http://scicomp.stackexchange.com/), Computer Science (http://cs.stackexchange.com/) and Theoretical Computer Science (https://cstheory.stackexchange.com/) it is probably a good idea to reserve http://compsci.stackexchange.com/ so that it isn't used by any stack exchange site.

However, if it is going to be reserved, I would like to see that top level page list all three (or more sites in the future) which people might be looking for, with a brief description of the scope and purpose of each site to help them decide.


Incidentally, with regard to the suggestion by Shog9♦ that we change the name of the site from Computational Science to Scientific Computing I would suggest that this is another question entirely.

See my answer on What should the site name be? for more background on earlier discussions on this topic.

I think that given the ambiguity between Computational Science (http://scicomp.stackexchange.com/), Computer Science (https://cs.stackexchange.com/) and Theoretical Computer Science (https://cstheory.stackexchange.com/) it is probably a good idea to reserve http://compsci.stackexchange.com/ so that it isn't used by any stack exchange site.

However, if it is going to be reserved, I would like to see that top level page list all three (or more sites in the future) which people might be looking for, with a brief description of the scope and purpose of each site to help them decide.


Incidentally, with regard to the suggestion by Shog9♦ that we change the name of the site from Computational Science to Scientific Computing I would suggest that this is another question entirely.

See my answer on What should the site name be? for more background on earlier discussions on this topic.

4 replaced http://cstheory.stackexchange.com/ with https://cstheory.stackexchange.com/
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I think that given the ambiguity between Computational Science (http://scicomp.stackexchange.com/), Computer Science (http://cs.stackexchange.com/) and Theoretical Computer Science (http://cstheory.stackexchange.com/)Theoretical Computer Science (https://cstheory.stackexchange.com/) it is probably a good idea to reserve http://compsci.stackexchange.com/ so that it isn't used by any stack exchange site.

However, if it is going to be reserved, I would like to see that top level page list all three (or more sites in the future) which people might be looking for, with a brief description of the scope and purpose of each site to help them decide.


Incidentally, with regard to the suggestion by Shog9♦ that we change the name of the site from Computational Science to Scientific Computing I would suggest that this is another question entirely.

See my answer on What should the site name be? for more background on earlier discussions on this topic.

I think that given the ambiguity between Computational Science (http://scicomp.stackexchange.com/), Computer Science (http://cs.stackexchange.com/) and Theoretical Computer Science (http://cstheory.stackexchange.com/) it is probably a good idea to reserve http://compsci.stackexchange.com/ so that it isn't used by any stack exchange site.

However, if it is going to be reserved, I would like to see that top level page list all three (or more sites in the future) which people might be looking for, with a brief description of the scope and purpose of each site to help them decide.


Incidentally, with regard to the suggestion by Shog9♦ that we change the name of the site from Computational Science to Scientific Computing I would suggest that this is another question entirely.

See my answer on What should the site name be? for more background on earlier discussions on this topic.

I think that given the ambiguity between Computational Science (http://scicomp.stackexchange.com/), Computer Science (http://cs.stackexchange.com/) and Theoretical Computer Science (https://cstheory.stackexchange.com/) it is probably a good idea to reserve http://compsci.stackexchange.com/ so that it isn't used by any stack exchange site.

However, if it is going to be reserved, I would like to see that top level page list all three (or more sites in the future) which people might be looking for, with a brief description of the scope and purpose of each site to help them decide.


Incidentally, with regard to the suggestion by Shog9♦ that we change the name of the site from Computational Science to Scientific Computing I would suggest that this is another question entirely.

See my answer on What should the site name be? for more background on earlier discussions on this topic.

3 replaced http://meta.scicomp.stackexchange.com/ with https://scicomp.meta.stackexchange.com/
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