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Question of-the topic:

https://tor.stackexchange.com/questions/292/any-good-onion-sites-that-are-safe-and-interesting

The title says it all! Do you guys know any good/interesting .onion domains? I really wanna start exploring again. Haven't been there since 2011

I quoted the question so it will be here for reference after it gets deleted.

My gut reaction when I saw it was to look for the flag button, but I don't see any discussion about it here yet. So I thought we should come to an official consensus about it.

  • Your example question is very vague. However recommendation could be ask like : "Any good .onion sites that are safe and interesting?" or "Is there a site that allow me sync a directory between several computer". The first question is too broad and option-based. I don't think the second question is. I think question about recommending .onion site should be accepted only when they are very specific. – Guillaume Coté Oct 30 '13 at 19:13
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Any question of this type that asks for web resources or sites about a general topic is a good candidate for closing through either of these reasons:

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On topic or not, it's too opinion based. I'd recommend a vote to close for that reason.

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I think that kind of questions is off-topic. They have a lot of possible answers and are based on user's opinion - should be closed, we're not making a resource of .onion addresses and opinions about them.

Too broad

There are either too many possible answers, or good answers would be too long for this format. Please add details to narrow the answer set or to isolate an issue that can be answered in a few paragraphs.

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