I've noticed only after I already made a post on the new videoproduction/
video.stackexchange site that the official site of FFmpeg's contact page actually points to HERE (Super User site, with tags of
ffmpeg) - clicking the tag shows that FFmpeg questions posted here do not show up there, and similarly tags there do not show up here.
Is there a reason for having it all so separated up when people searching for FFmpeg here would probably want to see questions posted in both the video and
sound.stackexchange sites rather than hiding those posts?
So we have a situation where the official site is saying post on Super User, but Stack Exchange and search engines are guiding people towards the video Stack Exchange site which isn't linked to officially. Should there really be this much separation, and which one should be used?
(I don't know if site admin are active in any of the discussions though. I get the impression there's no say of the community in how the site is run compared to how wikis tend to be. I thought about posting this on the meta site, but I figure people who care about FFmpeg stuff are more likely to see it here.)