For the first argument on the site, I have briefly proved that this site is useful. Whether this is actually true or not will be seen, but it provides an example of how a simple idea can be proven. One thing to note is that there is a bit of tolerance intended in the voting. If we were to nitpick, perhaps we could say that a site that facilitates logic isn’t always useful – perhaps it is not useful if you are trying to mislead an audience. Whether this is significant enough to mark the statement as “not always true” is up to the voters. It is intended that the voters be strict with deciding what is and is not true, but also keep in mind that too high a standard would make the site much more difficult to use.
Another thing to note is that special characters are not allowed on this site, so strictlylogic.com is strictlylogic com in the statement. This is true for a variety of reasons, security being one but also just in the principle of having a bare-bones site that runs and works. Such characters may be allowed in the future.
In the future I have many plans for upgrades and improvements, first and foremost being a better way to display the “network” of statements on the site. This will be an interesting challenge, and I’m sure there will be many more in the months and years ahead.
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