I am lead developer of Silex, a community free and open source website builder, which integrates well in adobe suite. It targets designers (print mostly) to let them create website with zero code. It is a ~10 years old project.
Following a discussion with several people on the chat (The Ink Spot) and another discussion on MetaStackoverflow, my team and me were thinking about redirecting our community Q&A here. And the talking and support would stay on the social networks and our old forums.
So before making it official, I started a first Q&A here, Silex bug report, how to. The answers have truly offended me. Maybe the subject was not well chosen for a start, or maybe I do not understand the expected question on the SE network (and believe me, I tried).
I do not want to troll or start something virulent, so please be moderate and comprehensive here. It is not a problem if we can not come and join your community here, really. But I would be sad if designers are ok with adobe's products related questions, and reject our free and positive initiative. Because our software, and Silex Labs non profit org. is all about opening free software to other people than the casual geek.
So I guess the question is simply: should we stay or should we go? And if we stay, what questions are welcome? (please note that I have read the "What types of questions should I avoid asking?")