Is it bad form to post a third (and possibly fourth) travel question that is quite similar in content to two I've already posted?
posted by andrewesque to Etiquette/Policy at 8:39 AM (13 comments total)
I posted two very similar travel questions about New York City
within the last 13 months or so, the first in July '11, the second in December. The gist was essentially asking people to recommend travel sites/experiences that accord with my urbanist/transit interests; answers were very helpful.
I am going to Toronto in September and considering posting a similar question (with some additions/changes, as I am not traveling solo this time). Is it bad form to post a third* variation on the urbanist-travel question with a new destination? I'd imagine that if I posted my identical question every week about a new city -- LA this week, SF next week, Chicago after that -- this would become tiresome and I'd get called out on it.
I promise I am not trying to secretly crowd-source a "Urbanists' Guide to City XYZ" article series, and am only coming back because I happen to find myself at a very fortunate junction in my life when I can travel relatively frequently* and largely arrange trips according to my own interests, and Metafilter has been very good at helping me do that. I just don't want to abuse site resources and "overstay my welcome," so to speak.
*I may be going to Beijing in the spring, which could be a fourth...