I am thinking that LMS is the right scope, to build a large enough community to enable the SE magic to work.
However, I am a sysadmin and I am doing data minining and Student Information System (SIS) integration, and operations - making sure every 8-week term launches smoothly, etc.
I solve tech issues with the software.
I also do data mining - and this is all in Blackboard itself, so many of my questions and my expertise are with Blackboard.
However, I am always on the lookout for how other systems run online courses.
Should the scope be narrowed to sysadmins for LMS systems? There is definitely a subset of issues that are particular to running one's world-wide 24/7 courses term after term...
...and I think that separates it from ServerFault (SF) since that's more operating system based, and/or database admin (DBA) focused.
Please add your views regarding scope of this community?