Yes and No position
tl;dr leave the question open as it is, as exception, wait for it to see what useful things it can bring, which specific problems it can bring. There is no room to grow along the other question's, for the topic. Which also means we do not need to worry about the q, currently it has 4/5 open votes, and such things are rarely asked.
Maybe meta can hold those posts, as an option, to make this place a bit more interesting and/or energetic.
In a sense mention tags can be in line with the new 3th one but then we have to be quite strict with the questions and answers
In meta format it can be less of a question but more like share the success/fail story. This comes with the intent of building up some collection of information, of "do and don't".
Both options sure are compromises, because even if I find some points from @rek post valid or worthy to be considered, with my limited but still existing experience with other stacks they do not necessarly get the specifics/nuances even if one is capable in some cases to cram a question in their framework. One of my experimental questions was close enough to be fit in another SE, used is as apportunity to test that suggestion, I even got one upvote there, but no input at all, so quite dissapointed. On WB the question was closed (fair game : 5 votes, no complaints), but at least I got some feedback which expanded my understanding of the problem a little and provided a take from an angle I was not capable to see it from, because of a lack of experience in that field. Since then, I really oppose suggestions to ask WB related matter on other SE's, it should be totaly ops descision, we aren't kids here (for most) and we know of the existence of other SE's thanks to the reminder - that's it. If we can answer we answer, if not then not.
In that sense we already have a mix of all kinds of stuff (mainly topic, fields of expertise - that is the money part/business end of WB as The Place), it is just a fact at hands, no matter help center or anything else, so then why not add another one?
The main problem is that the topic can't expand without affecting other stuff. It can't expand in advertising - we need a guy who is good at future space tech concepts plz join our project here is link annotation whatever presentation. Need unicorn description/concept/visual with butterly tail ... Need to work out details of my doomsday scenario, need proof reading of it as well, etc.
- some guys really have not enough skills to tow the whole idea they have, they could indeed get a lot of help if they could choose that. Did a proofreading for a guy (he had enough skills, but still it was a good thing to do), at that time I stepped down from the project there were about 8 people doing just that (volunteers) on regular basis once a week, a team of people who provided visuals, etc - a quite sucessful project.
- I knew a guy who published paper books and such in a setting I'm invested in, if he would ask me then yeah it could be a different story then, lol. Point is people do need further help, and for those who answer questions's, for some it could be new interesting experience.
If I recall correctly there were efforts to promote medium place and something on it (do not recall details, lazy to search for metaposts), but it seems it failed(?).
So there is no growth potential for the topic, mean there is no room for it to grow along the othe questions's until some higher-ups (mods or higher) decision is made, and what WB can accomodate is very limited/narrow scope of the topic.
Another option could be tojust keep the question as an exception, keeping it open and such, for it to collect stories how harsh is the life and such - one tag one question.
If it get some traction, which I'm pretty skeptical about, even if I was quite interested in reading the answers, and could provide one or two stories on my own, I'm skeptical it gains too much support or attention in the months ahead.
But if such thing would happen, or maybe to facilitate such thing to happen or more seriously develop the direction, maybe propose some sister SE site, maybe in conjoint efforts with sci-fi.se, writers.se(?), who else (translators?) to help local SE people to find each other. In some sense it is competing with different freelance places and other services of that kind, on the other hand programming stacks do promote different jobs so it is not totally against SE's ideology.
No conclusion. To make it properly too much work for one or few questions, once a year asked topic, even if in general there may be some potential and use.