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Are questions about the in-universe lore or history of sets or themes on-topic?

Are questions about the in-universe lore or history surrounding LEGO sets or themes, especially non-licensed ones (ones not based on existing stories such as Star Wars, but invented wholly by LEGO) on-...
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Should I not have answered “Lego Friends Houses”?

The question Lego Friends Houses was closed as "Primarily opinion-based". I had already made a stab at answering it and have received 3 upvotes so far for that. Should I have just left the question, ...
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Are questions relating to LEGO.COM on-topic?

These questions don't relate to a product, but a service run by The LEGO Group (the LEGO website). Here are a few similar questions based on star-wars and advent-calendar relating to LEGO.COM: How ...
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Are speculative questions on-topic?

There are a few questions on this site about future sets/themes. This site is not affiliated with The LEGO Group and we cannot expect to find a statement from LEGO for every question posted. The ...
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Should we try to get all Mindstorms questions from robotics.se?

I noticed the beta for robotics.se has started. Not too surprisingly, they already have a question about LEGO Mindstorms robots, and the corresponding tag. This may mean there is some overlap with ...
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Should questions about LEGO events, themeparks and other things unrelated to building be allowed?

I saw this question today about Legoland, which led to wonder whether such questions should be on-topic: Will it be fun to go to Legoland with my family? I am 31 years old . My elder sister and ...
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Question about a question about LEGO games for grown-ups

There is a (non-meta) question I'd like to ask, but I think it could be seen as too subjective. So I prefer to ask here whether it would be acceptable: at the very least, this question would be useful ...
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Are questions on 3rd party software on-topic?

I'm considering this question in particular. This seems like the kind of question that belongs in the developers documentation or support forum.
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Are questions about programming the NXT on-topic?

Are questions about programming the NXT on-topic for this site? I am going to be working on a project that involves programming NXTs using the LabVIEW Mindstorms NXT Toolkit. While general questions ...
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Are questions on the sociology of Lego fan culture on topic?

This is in reference to What is the basis of purism in LEGO building?, recently closed by Dori. I can see how this question might seem subjective, debatable, or even frivolous if one hasn't been a ...
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Should we accept questions on all construction toys, or just LEGO compatible systems?

I guess we need to bottom this out once and for all - during the commitment phase a discussion was started, but didn't really resolve: Is this site only about LEGO products and other brick based toys,...
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Do LEGO video game questions belong here or on Gaming?

There's a handful of questions about LEGO video games on Gaming SE right now. If I have a question about a video game, do I continue asking there since video games are quite different from the ...
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Is Lego Mindstorms on-topic?

Lego Mindstorms allows one to write embedded-programing to design robots using Legos. How much of this technology is on-topic?
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Are questions about non-LEGO brick toys on-topic?

Are questions related to megabloks and similar products on-topic? I ask because the site is bricks.stackexchange.com, but the logo is LEGO ®