I'm considering proposing a site on Area 51:

Would a general Languages.SE supersite (synchronized with the current language sites) be feasible?

Short description of what I have in mind:

An English-language site for learning non-English languages. It is synchronized with the existing language sites (which remain unchanged).

I think users here may be interested in such a "supersite"; I've seen multiple users here also at Japanese.SE and Korean.SE.

Currently Stack Exchange are harshly closing proposed sites:

Please link to the organization or website organizing this effort:
If you do not yet have a community organized, ready and eager to build your site, please do not submit this proposal.

It's a very high threshold nowadays. So if you'd want to participate in this site, I need you to...

πŸ…ΌπŸ…°πŸ…ΊπŸ…΄ πŸ…½πŸ…ΎπŸ…ΈπŸ†‚πŸ…΄!!!

Either here, or at the Area 51 post above. We'd need to show Stack Exchange that there's a community wanting to "dive in".

  • I feel that a better way is to have tags which are linked across other sites and show questions from other sites. Chinese character glyph origins are a prime candidate across Chinese and Japanese SE. Algorithms are a good candidate across StackOverflow and Math.SE. You get the idea... – dROOOze Mar 8 '20 at 23:23
  • Hmm... the post was deleted by Community with the message " Via /api/posts/delete-related-discussions". I don't know how to interpret that. – Becky 李蓓 Mar 12 '20 at 0:27
  • For those interested, it was taken up at Codidact: languages.codidact.com – Becky 李蓓 Aug 6 '20 at 2:11

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