Is it against the rules of this forum to collaboratively build the syllabus of a chess curriculum?

If not, we need suggestions on how to proceed and we need to add the tag 'curriculum' from now on.

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    I think it actually is against the rules. This is not considered a "forum" but a "question and answer website". Your post probably will not be accepted in this form, as it is not really answerable. Some similar question maybe appeared here: chess.stackexchange.com/questions/39875/… if you are interested.
    – Christian
    Jul 13 at 7:41
  • @Christian I was the one who posted the question you mentioned above. I was looking for a complete curriculum with study material. the three answers were very helpful. but here I am looking for creating an outline of the curriculum with resources linked or suggested both free and commercial. if I have to form the whole thing as a series of question then let it be. the final result will be a downloadable pamphlet in some file format. Jul 13 at 8:20
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    Okay, now I feel stupid for not checking the name ;) I of course cannot know for sure how moderators will treat that but my experience with stackexchange just tells me, that the question might be a bit too loose. To me, what you wrote in this comment already is a bit more defined, i.e. asking for the full Syllabus. Then just the collaboration aspect of course is missing.
    – Christian
    Jul 13 at 8:32


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