bernhard.Halvorson answered on April 3rd 20 at 17:42
"Habr Q&A" as the name does not reflect the essence of the service, it sounds like the section "F. A. Q.". "Toster.ru" established as a brand and will now lose a large share of its reputation
Elouise_Corkery38 answered on April 3rd 20 at 17:44
Just as Habr, has not degenerated into "a club for it people of certain political views to chew the fat over politics", there are also all cheerfully began. Although I think Q&A section was already there once :)
UPD: Toster Comfort fell off once :(
blaise.Mayert answered on April 3rd 20 at 17:46
I think it is connected with the imminent closure of the Internet in Russia, Habr finally moved their services with the domain .EN not to lose them for the rest of the world, if the two domains .EN will no longer be delegated and will remain available only in Cabarete.
isac.Jerde answered on April 3rd 20 at 17:48
In vain. The name of the toaster caught on even in circles not related to all of these questions and answers directly. Among all clients and project managers. In the difficult moments yourself say "maybe the toaster to ask the question". And now how it will sound? Ask for KNE? in KUE? Generally neskolkimi and unpronounceable name, the nameless service.
I think that in common parlance for a long time and will be called a toaster. It is unclear how this will call future users