I am not allowed to create a new tag, please make an appropriate one.
I ask a question someone answers it. The design of the stackexchange sites (the reward system of earning points) ensures that good answers and even more importantly correct answers are distinguished from all the other answers to that question. Can we do more? What do I mean by more? Imagine a course on Quantum Mechanics, by course I mean lectures notes, exercises, a complete guide that has all the contents to take and mentor a beginning university student right up to post graduate level. Essentially it would take a novice and enable them to understand what is going on at the frontiers of that field. A dream set of lecture-notes/guide/book written by the thousands of users of this site. Keep in mind that this is no replacement for the formal process of studying at a university, but rather a resource that students can use. Wikipedia has individual articles, but it can be edited by anyone. There are more strict measures in place here. These can be made even more strict by imposing conditions that only graduate students and researchers (lecturers, professors I have seen plenty of them answering questions here) affiliated with recognized institutions can edit the course notes. There would be people who need to approve of any additions before they become part of the course. You get what I am trying to propose here right? Now physics.stackexchange may not be the place this is carried out, an affiliate or sister site could be proposed. Am I dreaming too big?
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A set of 'dream notes' that everyone contributes to will surely be superior to anything available on the arxiv as Chris White suggested. Kyle Kanos suggesting that I string together tags, I can't take this response seriously. My idea for the notes/exercises to be contributed to by everyone is because the final product will be based not on my style of teaching but a concoction of everyone's and will likely be understood by a large class of students, because every student learns differently. I want everyone to act as mentors/coaches not just one person, or a small group of people. (Lecture notes on arxiv is almost always by individuals).
Brandon Enright suggesting that I take free courses online or watch youtube lectures is not good enough. Right now sure individuals do exactly that. You can find tutorials on programming languages to physical sciences on youtube. The problem is each individual does that but it does not save the next guy any time. Imagine we had the proposed 'dream notes'. It would be a complete guide, with exercises and everything. "What you propose just isn't within the scope of what SE was designed to do or can do or should do." I don't get the last or should do part.
dmckee's answer makes sense. I need to make a proposal on the mother meta and polish and clarify my ideas. My ideas here are not entirely clear, because I posted the question on a whim.
Lastly are the down votes for me not posting the question on the correct platform or are they for suggesting something that others find outrageous?