I did some research about solving a problem and have couple of possible solutions. One of them seems most appropriate according to my requirements. I would like to share my findings and confirm if my final chosen selection make sense and I am not missing anything major.

Is this type of question appropriate for Super User? If not is there any forum for this type of question?

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Can you be a little more specific? In theory, yes, you can post your own question and answer if you've solved your problem: It’s OK to Ask and Answer Your Own Questions – other than that you could also simply ask a question, list the solutions, and then ask which would be the most appropriate one. But without a specific example it's hard to tell whether that would be a good, on topic question. –  slhck Dec 27 '12 at 12:33
    
"you could also simply ask a question, list the solutions, and then ask which would be the most appropriate one" That answers my question. Thanks –  Haris Hasan Dec 27 '12 at 12:35
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Well… No guarantees without seeing an example of what you want to ask though. But sure, go ahead. –  slhck Dec 27 '12 at 12:38

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Been there, done that.

Its explicitly encouraged - just remember to phrase your question as a question, and select the self answer tickbox and post a properly worded answer - a lot of people lapse into posting a forum style post.

Just remember that if the question seems non constructive or attempting to solicit a list, it might get closed/

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Given the info we have, I'm not even sure the OP has a definitive solution to post as an answer. –  slhck Dec 27 '12 at 13:03
    
"Just remember that if the question seems non constructive or attempting to solicit a list, it might get closed" - Yup, if it's just an attempt to elicit opinion and is likely to generate debate, it's not appropriate. –  Karan Dec 27 '12 at 14:56

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