Currently we have a question which is pretty close to another question, asked eight months ago. The only reason for asking the new question again is the "credible source" or "asking for data" part.

I can see the idéa of asking for data, but there is also a risk of having numerous of good questions being duplicated with just this tiny "asking for data"-part.

I think these questions should be closed, but I want to hear the communitys opinion on this one. I might be way out of line here, and if I am, please tell me.

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They're not the same question. One is asking "is this used" and asking for data, the other is asking "should I leave these out of my design" and asking for data. So the topic may be the same, but the questions are fundamentally different, and deserve to be there.

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