There have been some recommendation questions lately asking for resources of any kind for different levels, mostly beginner-intermediate.
Now, these questions are absolutely interesting, even for me (being a language learner), but such questions are off topic on any site, not for their content, but for their structure. This is because they don't ask for a definite answer to a single problem, but ask for several solutions to a single problem. So they aren't exactly off topic, but just "not constructive".
The problem about such question is: how can you tell the best answer? Sure, the OP can but probably only according to his taste. While a good answer should answer (sorry for the play of words) a solution for any person.
My proposal then is the following:
We keep these questions because they are not bad questions, they can be useful. But we organize them in Community Wikis by category. For example:
CW about Chinese movies, dubbed or original (one movie per answer or one answer gradually edited by who wants to add other movies);
CW about Chinese books (one answer per level, so one answer listing all books for beginners, another answer listing all books for intermediate and so on. We can decide the boundaries of such levels);
This way the content is usefully organized. What do you guys think? Share your views! I hope to see many answers and comments on this.