# Keeping in sync with phy.SE

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How do we plan to keep the discussions in sync with those on phy.SE?

1. We're importing a chunk of the old questions. Will we continuously be importing new Q/A from phy.SE?
2. What if an already imported question is answered or updated on phy.SE? Will one have to run some kind of manual update to sync those changes?
asked Apr 24, 2014

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1. Yes.
2. No, we will not update them. This site will have to become self-sufficient.
answered Apr 24, 2014 by (1,955 points)
Do we contact the OP of an imported question?Test

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