This community is great for getting thoughtful and accurate answers about world building. If you need anything explained from intergalactic teleportation to magic-based agriculture, you can find it here. However, I find myself craving the ability hear the thoughts and ideas of other worldbuilders. In this community it is not considered productive to simply share our worlds with one another. I was wondering if anybody would like to share some tips on where worldbuilders can discuss their creative experience, not through facts and research. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
The best place within Stack Exchange to chat about this is...chat. While the main site has stricter rules about what's on-topic and productive to ask about -- because the main site is not a discussion forum -- chat is all about discussion. Anybody with at least 20 reputation can use chat. I recommend starting with the main Worldbuilding room, but if people want to set up a separate room to focus on specific types of discussion that can be done too.
There have also been efforts to start a collaborative world-development project (using Git) and a blog; I'll leave it to the organizers of those projects to say more about that.
The biggest problem as I see it is that Stack Exchange just isn't set up for discussion. The format doesn't support it. Even here (and despite the 'discussion' tag) I don't know whether to discuss by posting an answer or by making a comment.
Have you discovered chat yet? Actually I'm not entirely sure how to use it myself but I presume you can contact a person by name and invite them to talk about a mutual interest.
So far I've only reached chat when sent there automatically from a discussion that was going on too long in comments. Annoyingly I've just tried to search for it and can't find how to access it!