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Yes, please. This is a very good idea. Sure, a question tagged samoan or greenlandic might not get much attention, but as long as there are enough people passing by to get rid of spam and poor quality content, this is not a problem. After all, we can already ask questions about obscure software on Super User or an obscure programming language on Stack ...


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It seems that this idea would also be valuable for cryptocurrency stack exchanges, since there's so many stack exchanges for cryptocurrencies now. In your screenshot, we could have questions from Bitcoin SE, Etherium SE, BitcionCash SE, eois SE, etc. Maybe we could also do something like this for science stack exchanges: Chemistry, Physics, Biology, etc. ...


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Our sites generally do not accept recommendation questions. You should avoid asking questions which would simply because lists of resources. In fact, we've had such poor experiences with recommendation-style questions in the past that we no longer allow site suggestions of the "{x} Recommendations" type, and we strongly encourage all sites to avoid ...


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There is already a proposal for Dravidian and Sanskritic Languages in the definition stage and Telugu being a Dravidian language is on-topic there. You have already started following that proposal and just need to ask example questions there to help that site define.


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Yes, this would work. Let's take an example of Engineering Stack Exchange which is a generic Engineering site accepting questions from all branches of Engineering. (There are some core branches of engineering e.g. Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Chemical etc.) and so on. It is still in beta for more that 5 years and working fine according to Area 51 states. ...


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𝕀'𝕕 𝕝𝕚𝕜𝕖 𝕥𝕠 𝕤𝕖𝕖 𝕥𝕙𝕚𝕤 𝕤𝕚𝕥𝕖 𝕙𝕒𝕡𝕡𝕖𝕟 About me: I'm a native English speaker. I've traveled to maybe 30 countries. I live in China and I'm actively learning Chinese. I'm an active user of Chinese.SE. Chinese often overlaps with Japanese and Korean, so it'd be nice to have a supersite to see these languages together. I'm also a ...


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I'd be happy if such a site could take off. My experiences with the last two or three Arabic proposals (after closure of the Beta) were really disappointing. It seems either the community has resigned or the criteria for launching the site have become harder and harder which seems unfair, as many sites that were launched earlier have by now reached a status ...


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There is currently a proposal for Dravidian and Sanskritic Languages which includes Bengali in its scope. The proposal got some early strong support but appears to be flagging. Support the proposal if you want to have a site where you can ask and answer about Bengali!


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