Because participation here is very low, I have jumped directly to edit the "elevator pitch" (site description) depicted in the Web Applications Tour instead of making feature-request as this is something very easily reverted in case that it be really necessary. The changes were
- Removed power users.
- Replace any questions with questions about the usage of web applications.
- Expanded the wording pointing to the detailed version of the meta post working as the table of contents about the site scope.
Welcome to Web Applications, a platform devoted to resolving all your inquiries about web applications. Our Q&A network, Stack Exchange, comprises individuals like you who contribute to this platform. Our goal is to compile a thorough database of information by collecting detailed answers to all questions regarding the usage of web applications.
We understand that the topic of "web applications" can be extensive and intricate. That's why we have spent more than a decade narrowing down our area of expertise. For more information, please check out What kind of questions can I ask here? The detailed version. Here is a brief overview of our approach, which we encourage you to read carefully.
The above was done based on the answers to
- Let's make "research efforts" more specific: request to search the web app help
- As of today, May 2023, who do we understand that is our intended audience and what is the first that we tell them about how to participate?
- A better name for this community, part 1
Regarding A better name for this community, part 1, we have not yet received enough contributions to move into part 2, which might be to make a feature-request to ask the CMs for their guidance and support for changing the site name and site blurbs.
Suggestions and constructive criticism are welcome.