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'[EE] burner design and implementation'
2005\05\31@140455 by olin_piclist

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James, is this the kind of topic that would have been acceptable on EE even
though it's not strictly related to electrical engineering?


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'[EE] burner design and implementation'
2005\06\01@031410 by Russell McMahon
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> James, is this the kind of topic that would have been acceptable on
> EE even
> though it's not strictly related to electrical engineering?

It'd go really well on [TECH] :-)

A point is that some feel passionately about the purity of the PIC tag
and rightly wish to keep it relevant to PICs. I feel more strongly
about EE and would like to see it containing generally electrical
matters.Adding steam engine joint heaters  and Trebuchets and star
wars logging machines, all of which I'm interested in, would dilute
the true EE content and make it less attractive to people doing
electronics in general.I really really can't see the point of
objections to either an eg TECH or WOT tag or even both. It would seem
to cure more than it harms and could be revisited after say 3 months.

If it had to be one or other I'd favo(u)r TECH. That's where the
global warming and DDT and ballistas would go. Leaving the OT to
darkness :-). Even "teaching our children science" belongs in TECH to
start (IMHO) and if people really wanted it could be subsequently
banished to OT while Gerhard and I slug out the relevance of PS and
NPS to everyone else's boredom. [[[BTW, those who don't think the PS
versus NPS discussion is relevant to what we do here is greatly
missing the point.]]]




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