I'm interesting is discussing and asking questions relating to various international and national standards. Is there currently, or is there any plan to create, a Stack Exchange site for standards?
Standards are conventions, whether formalised or not, for interoperation in trade, technology and other areas of human activity involving multiple people across heterogeneous environments.
Most people have heard of international standards such as the ISO 9001 Quality Assurance standard, or ISO 3166 Country and Subdivision codes. These are examples of standards published by ISO, the International Organisation for Standardisation.
In addition, most countries have national standards organisations, such as Standards Australia which publishes Australian national standards, and so on.
These types of standards often have many applications, and there many not be a Stack Exchange related to the specific application of the asker. For example, a question relating to how countries mutually define tariff numbers for international trade, or whether a newly declared country has a provisional country code.
In addition, standards documents are often not in the public domain and are expensive to purchase, especially for one-off users or students.
Standards are an important part of life in technology, trade, commerce, finance, and many other areas of human activity.
The purpose of a relevant Stack Exchange community would be for members to ask questions about the existence, meaning, interpretation and implementation of specific standards which can then be answered by experts on those standards.
I believe this would be a useful resource that lends itself well to the Stack Exchange community-rated question and answer format.