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[EnergyPlus_Support] Building Simulation Stack Exchange site

Hello everyone,

Since you are reading this, you are obviously a believer and an active user of peer-to-peer help and are using this medium to either get answers to your EnergyPlus questions or to "pay it forward" and help others with issues which you have encountered in the past.

You might be interested in a new StackExchange site for energy modeling peer Q&A.  If you are not familiar with StackExchange, it's a Web 2.0 Q&A platform with features like up/down votes on questions and answers, reputation management, search for already-answered-questions and general search engine visibility.  The platform supports the widely used and wildly popular StackOverflow site for programming Q&A, and the hope is that it can do the same for energy modeling.

The site (http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/45232/building-performance-simulation-analysis) is currently in the definition phase, which means we need more bodies and more votes on scope and question types before SE allows us to commit and go beta.  If you are interested in energy modeling peer Q&A, I encourage to register, follow, and contribute.


-Amir Roth (DOE technology manager for building energy modeling)


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