Proposal: Latin Language
Or in English: Are questions in Latin on topic? Should we encourage that? And how about answers in Latin?
I'm currently imagining latin.stackexchange.com as having a similar vibe to English Language Learners: that is, nearly every question butchers the grammar—as I probably did in the title of this question—but people reply in English, cheerfully correcting the errors, explaining whatever idiom or grammatical nicety the questioner asked about. I think this is wise, because when you're learning another language, it's best to communicate in that language, even if you make a lot of mistakes, and even when asking questions about the language.
The number of people interested in learning Latin seems to be growing, and there seems to be a growing movement to teach Latin by communicating in it rather than by talking about it. This includes people interested only in gaining a reading facility with Latin as well as those interested in contemporary Latin. This site would seem to be an excellent place for these people to help each other out.
Is this compatible with how you would like the Latin Language site to be defined? If you'd prefer that the site be primarily oriented toward English-language questions about Latin, is there a way to define the site to also allow questions in Latin to elicit answers in Latin?
I was surprised to find no sample questions in Latin, so I posted one. (I really would like to know the answer.)