Most exchanges question fall into the third party support: How to flag 3rd-party support questions?

But EtherDelta is a third party, but like other decentralized exchanges the contract's source is public. Some of technical questions can be answered (and even can be interesting).

Perhaps we should consider a line similar to: Should we discourage questions about exchanges, trading, buying?

On topic:

Asking how things work, e.g. how does exchange X choose which orders to fulfill? Why doesn't this trading code work?

Off topic:

Any thing suggesting or asking for a view on valuation of something, e.g. what do you think will happen to the price of Y?

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It depends on the question. Agree that asking how an aspect of some open source code works can be on topic. A lot of questions are about why funds did not get sent or received, and so the community probably has correctly judged such questions to be off-topic.

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