Other sites I frequent have a tag related to history (not your command history):
- English Language & Usage: history
- Photography: history
- TeX and LaTeX: tex-history
- Information Security: history and Super User: history are examples of ill-defined scope.
- It's off-topic on Stack Overflow, but on topic on Programmers: history
For some time now, I have felt we could use a similar tag. Questions like the following:
- Why did the Ubuntu GNOME logo change in 15.10?
- What's the meaning of the Ubuntu logo? Where does it come from?
- Why is Canonical choosing QT over GTK for Unity's next generation?
- Why did Ubuntu stop free shipping of its CDs?
- What's the reason for Ubuntu officially supporting versions such as Kubuntu, Lubuntu, Xubuntu?
- What happened to Ubuntu Certified Professional? (closed as a dupe of What is the current state of the Ubuntu Professional certification?)
- What happened to Android Execution Environment? (closed as a dupe of Plans to make Android Apps run on Ubuntu abandoned?)
- What happened to the Leadership Code of Conduct?
- What happened to Ubuntu's Hall of Fame page?
- What happened to Gobuntu?
- Why is bash the default shell in most OS?
- How new is ctrl+r?
These questions ask why some things happened the way they did, which is what history is. Thoughts?