In reference to these:
GIS Stack Exchange: Creating Intranet GIS application
I was wondering if there was a protocol for flagging questions (if at all) for duplicate questions on different communities? The duplicate question flag only seems to work for the current community as far as I can tell.
So the basic question I have is if there is a clear separation among the various communities or is there something in place already to avoid cross posting on different communities. I could post a piece of python GIS code on GIS SE, StackOverflow, CodeReview, Programmers, and more until I get a response. It just seems a bit wasteful. I guess each community has the option to vote to close as off-topic and not related to that specific community. However, similar to the Where is the line between Python and GIS? debate, maybe cross posted questions will have enough significance on each community to not get closed. Then we could end up with duplicate questions with different answers from different communities. Just seems to me as scattering information instead of keeping it all in one location.