This topic is a sort of survey to see if the community likes the thought of having a single CW question to keep all of the resources in one place.

I must say that regardless of the votes, questions about resources won't be allowed in the future, unless they are really well-written, but I doubt that.

  • Vote this question up, if you want the CW to exist.
  • Vote this question down, if you think it shouldn't exist.

If you have something to say, other than a vote, feel free to post an answer. I'll keep this question up for a week and see what comes out. :)

Note: The votes on this questions will be taken as conclusive. Even one exceeding upvote/downvote will determine if the answer is yes or no. So it's the community that will decide.

Since I can't vote on my own post, it can't be seen but I'll consider it when the week ends. :)

EDIT: According to the votes shown here, the CW has been approved by the community:

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I think this is a great idea! A central place for resources will definitely be useful.

Though I am not 100% certain that the categories will work though, since many resources (in particular online ones) will span beginner, intermediate and advanced - for example: http://www.trainchinese.com/

Also, would it be a good idea for a new category for "tools"? That is, resources that will help understanding Chinese in general, but without a specific 'structure/course', for example:

  • I added the dictionaries section, feel free to add them. Use the link button, so they come out neat.
    – Alenanno
    Feb 13, 2012 at 20:37

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