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Should we allow PowerShell questions and answers on unix.SE?

Any shell that can be installed and run on *nix systems is on topic here as long as it is being run on *nix. So, "how can I use PowerShell to do foo on Linux?" is fine since PowerShell is ...
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Shouldn't we say Gnu stack exchange not linux or unix

The first misunderstanding you seem to have here is that this is a site about GNU/Linux. It isn't, it is a site about any *nix operating system, including but certainly not limited to GNU/Linux. We ...
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Should we allow PowerShell questions and answers on unix.SE?

Many questions about scripting or programming are on-topic for U&L, especially if they're relatively simple text- or data-processing tasks. Commonly shell, sed, awk, Perl and Python. C, C++, ...
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Could the site's subdomain be changed to linux.stackexchange.com?

Unix is very much on topic here and always has been. Yes, we get fewer questions about Unix than we do about Linux, but we certainly get questions about both. We also get questions about macOS and ...
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Should we allow PowerShell questions and answers on unix.SE?

The question initially mentioned only Powershell answers, not questions. I'm not sure if that's what was meant, but I see a distinction there. I can't see why questions about Powershell on Unix-likes ...
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