I have been wondering for a moment, because in a lot of answers there are links to very interesting external resources, for example when speaking of d&d 3.5
Sites with a lot of online material (those are easily found via a quick research anyway)
Specific topics about specific questions (that are highly relevant but quite harder to find)
And the list goes on. As far as I saw there are not so much questions around there that ask for a polite RTFM answer, but anyway... I discovered most of those links in various answers where they where given as external references and kind of regretted I did not get to read them before because they are very handy.
So I am wondering if we have such a list somewhere, and if this is not the case if you think it would be appropriated to have one, for example as a community wiki post so that everyone would be able to add content, and finally, since we are only speaking about d&d 3.5 there, what about editing the dnd-3.5e tag wiki to add these references there?
Edit: I am not suggesting to have some "Must read before posting" topic or whatever like those you can see on the forums, but rather that for people searching such resources as well as for people who often reply to questions, there would be a place where all links to relevant external context would be gathered, making things more easy. Once again I don't feel like there would be so much question showing lack of research effort to justify bothering, so that would more be for us to use. As for maintenance it is more or less like any other question where external links can become dead. Still there is the wayback machine who can resurrect a lot of dead sites, so I would not even bother so much..