What decent web-frameworks exists for functional programming? is a potentially good topic to have a curated list *. Yea or Nay?
I'm thinking no.
Unlike the prime example for collaborative answers, this would tend to focus on particular products. Products tend to change a lot more frequently than topics. Products reach end-of-life and new products are created more often than paradigm shifts, meaning it will take more effort to curate. I'm concerned that there wouldn't be enough curation, especially over a long period of time. if the answer falls out of date, its usefulness would drop.
Something else to consider is that library recommendations are off-topic. I'm not sure how a curated list of web frameworks differ from a question asking about what library to use. It's a blurry enough line with the "things to know for web development" question, since questions about what to learn next are off-topic. Perhaps there's enough of a distinction between what tools exist and what tool should I use, but it is worth thinking about.