I wanted to run an idea up the flag-pole before I implemented it.
I notice I keep coming back to meta to search for links to advise people on best practice for questions and answers.
I had an idea that I would ask a meta-question for an index of the relevant questions (e.g. the two or three meta-q's about references, about images, about potentially offensive topics, and maybe on editing and moderating too?) to help me find the right ones and to stop those questions being repeated
I would then provide a CW answer for people to edit. Almost an informal FAQ.
Then I thought I could just go through and tag the relevant questions with a "best-practice" tag instead.
Do either sound useful to you? Is "best-practice" the best word for it?
An a side-question that probably belongs on English Usage.SE. In Commonwealth English practice/practise and licence/license spellings depend on whether it is a noun/verb. In the US, license is always spelt with an 's'. What about practise?