Since in Are book recommendations on-topic? there is a sentiment that at least some book recommendation questions are off-topic, would it be helpful if book lists can be added to the tag wiki?
(maybe sponsored adds too!)
(There are even ideas to put a book voting system too! See https://stackoverflow.com/q/5098367/377657)
(Edited July 30th)
@ChrisF's answer inspires me an alternative implementation: Searching for scrum + books should give me a list of posts of book recommendations for scrum, right? We just need to add a convenience link on the tag wiki to do this search.
(Edited July 30th) Related FAQ issue. Quoted from Are book recommendations on-topic? :
If not, do we need to add a new line under What about other programming-related questions? to make it explicitly clear they're not allowed? Something like:
- Book recommendations (e.g. What's the best book to learn Python?)
We can simply say
If you are looking for book recommendations, try search your favorite topic together with the books tag.
Keep in mind that there are too many books in the world, and some companies (including our affiliate sponsors) already did a very good job listing them. Their recommendation system and reader reviews works really well.