I would like to know if questions about Windows 2000 are on-topic for this site.
I saw a meta question from almost 4 years ago asking if Windows XP is on-topic for this site.
- One of the answers indicated that XP still had over 5% market share at that time and therefore it cannot be considered retro. But Windows 2000's market share is so low that the linked article doesn't even list it.
- Another answer said that "XP marks the edge of its technology type which is still common with that of Windows 7". That suggests Windows 2000 may not have that much in common with Windows 7.
- The answer also said that "XP would need to be in End of Life status for at least 6 years before anything could be considered retro." The extended support end date for Windows 2000 was July 13, 2010.
Also, questions about Windows 98 are considered on-topic (and there is a windows-98 tag). I see that the earliest Windows 98 question was posted in 2016, 18 years after Windows 98 came out, and 10 years after its end of life. It is now almost 21 years since Windows 2000 came out and 10 years past its end of life, so could Windows 2000 also be on-topic?