I want to get this community's feedback on whether attempting to launch an electrical engineering-themed SE, which would welcome more theoretical / interdisciplinary / research-level / etc. questions would be of any value.
What I have in mind for EE.SE and the new site mentioned above would be similar to how Math SE and Math Overflow currently run things. For those unfamiliar with those two sites, have a look at the following question:
It is becoming quite cumbersome having to sift through a multitude of questions about Arduinos / Raspberry Pis / etc., simple circuit analysis problems, "name that component"-type questions, and so on; further, I'd also like to have a place to visit which was more welcoming to more advanced questions, possibly theoretically-leaning ones, and those which cut across various sub-fields of electrical engineering. Also, an SE site which welcomes research-level electrical engineering questions could be very beneficial.
Simply put: electrical engineering is a quite diverse field, and I'd like to have an SE site which celebrates that diversity.
I'm curious to get this community's opinion on whether something like this would have any legs. If it would not, I'd be curious to know why that is the case. If it would, perhaps a site proposal on Area 51 would be in order, so long as the objectives of the proposed site could be properly formulated.