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We have a chat room with a feed that tells us whenever a Matter Modeling question gets asked on a different SE site. It's nice to be able to easily see what all the Matter Modeling questions network-wide are, but the chat room's feed still doesn't help much with the more specific question of: Which unanswered Matter Modeling questions could be "salvaged" in some way to perhaps be migrated or re-asked here? We could make another chat room with a feed that only brings in the unanswered questions of a specific tag, but there will still be 1000+ questions that might benefit from some human pruning, so I have done that now here, only including the questions that have not yet found their way to MMSE via or (EST = electronic structure theory, DOS = density of states):

Physics.SE, with density-functional-theory tag, 0 upvoted or accepted answers:

Physics.SE, with condensed-matter tag, 0 upvoted or accepted answers:

Physics.SE, with solid-state-physics tag, 0 upvoted or accepted answers:

Physics.SE, with schroedinger-equation tag, 0 upvoted or accepted answers:

Physics.SE, with semiconductor-physics tag, 0 upvoted or accepted answers:

Physics.SE, with materials-science tag, 0 upvoted or accepted answers:

Physics.SE, with computational-physics tag, 0 upvoted or accepted answers:

Physics.SE, with materials-science tag, 0 upvoted or accepted answers:

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  • $\begingroup$ When you advertise your site, make sure to tell them to also delete the original question. $\endgroup$ – Martin - マーチン Jul 28 at 15:00
  • $\begingroup$ @Martin-マーチン I suppose they (or we) could post a link to the new question in the comments. The same question can be asked on two different sites, except in special cases like Chemistry (I think) where there is a close reason associated with the question having an answer on a different site. $\endgroup$ – Nike Dattani Jul 28 at 15:06
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    $\begingroup$ Cross posting is considered a terrible practice across the whole network and often results in closure of all questions. Do not encourage that please, there are users out there looking for these cases and flag them. If you must ask a question on two different sites, make sure you highlight that you want different answers and be very, very transparent about it (like in the first sentence of the question). $\endgroup$ – Martin - マーチン Jul 28 at 15:14
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    $\begingroup$ Also: there is no close reason for that associated on chemistry (or other sites). It is just something moderators warn each others about to not double the effort of their communities. Unfortunately there is not network-wide linking of questions (including duplicates) which would be quite beneficial for science sites. $\endgroup$ – Martin - マーチン Jul 28 at 15:18

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