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Python Setting Up a Local Python Environment Installing Python and Python Libraries Locally Summary

Daniel Schirmer
Daniel Schirmer
4,364 Points

How do I post something that isn't a question?

Several videos recommend posting solutions in the forum. Is there a different place to post these items, or should we just post them as questions, even though they aren't?

1 Answer

If you goto the left sidebar there is 2 chat icons on the icon for the forums. That will take you to the forums. There just post up what ever. The forums are geared towards asking questions, but have seen several post that are just convo's.

Daniel Schirmer
Daniel Schirmer
4,364 Points

Yes, I've found the forum, that's how I posted this. In the forum, there are filters across the top, and topic filters on the right side. Above the topic filters there is a button "Ask a Question" which allows me to post. That button takes me through a few help steps to try and figure out what my issue is. In the case that I don't have an issue, but just want to post some code, there doesn't seem to be a way to do that, unless I'm just supposed to post it as an issue, which seems odd.

Yeah you just use that form, it's weird but it's how people do it around here. It's forum software made to look like a question system.