propose merging of two existing proposals into one proposal. On topic questions from both proposals should be considered on-topic on the final proposal. In general, if a site makes sense as part of a bigger site, it's better to have one big site than a bunch of little niche sites.

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SAS — it is already here!

Proposal: SAS Programming Language This topic is quite active both on StackOverflow (in theory SAS programming) and on CrossValidated (in theory using SAS to do analysis/visualisation/science). I ...
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Artificial Intelligence & Robotics progresses to next stage

Proposal: Artificial Intelligence & Robotics Artificial Intelligence & Robotics has reached Commitment Stage We are keen to get more Machine Learning and Computer Vision commitments on ...
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Doesn't Firearms fall in the scope of this site?

Proposal: War and Weaponry The firearms proposal : http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/72511/firearms This is the firearms second reboot. The first one failed because of the lack of activity. ...
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Metalwork as broader topic than blacksmithing?

Could Metalwork be a more popular/useful topic than blacksmithing for a new topic? Metalwork might include welding, fabrication, soldering etc as well as blacksmithing. Perhaps blacksmithing would ...
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merge computer vision?

Yes signal processing is not necessarily image processing but the most common uses on here are likely to be audio and image/video. The computer vision group doesn't seem to have got much traction - ...
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Should this proposal be merged with the Languages proposal?

Proposal: Constructed Languages The Languages proposal reads: Proposed Q&A site for polyglots, learners and geeks interested in both natural and constructed languages. It seems like this would ...