I've created the following question today.
It got closed for being off-topic.
I don't believe in it being the case. OGL is explicitly on-topic and RPG-related, as is issues regarding publishing, as per the current meta.
That said, it is true that the question is about an evolving issue, and it might not have a final answer right now. That doesn't mean it doesn't have value; this is an important topic for any D&D fan and creator alike. While it isn't usual to create a "currently evolving" set of question/answers, I believe that, in this case, it is worth it. This isn't a new potential ruleset or some minor detail of minor importance. OGL is at the heart of the hobby, the very thing that enabled it to grow to the size it is today.
With that said, I make my plea; please allow this one to live. OGL 1.1 is, as leaked, a crime against us, and all of the loyal community that our beloved hobby created around D&D. If the leaked version of 1.1 doesn't come to pass, that would be great news. But if it does materialize, then a lot of very dear publishers that already exist - and a few that are yet to publish anything, like yours truly - will be deep into trouble, with our work all but stolen by WotC in what boils down to an horrible money grab.
We need to keep an eye on this, and, if necessary, band together to ask WotC to listen to those that made 5e into what it is today. But we can't do that if we don't know what's happening, what 1.1 means, and this place, as one of the most cherished beacons of information around D&D that exists in the internet today, is one of the best positioned to make that information available to those that seek it.
I understand that this might be asking for far too much, and that the site wasn't designed for it. If we find that yes, the question should stay closed, then I won't fight that decision more than what I already did.
Thus, I ask: please keep that question open.