What makes you think that a community on Stack Exchange would be a better place to ask questions than here, with actual users of Hopscotch?
Doesn’t @BuildASnowman’s 2% arguement actually makes the case for not needing a Hopscotch stack exchange? If questions were going unanswered then there’s a case, but few questions are asked here as it is. And as someone who seeks to provide assistance when any code related question is asked, personally, I’ve no interest in needing to check two separate locations for the few questions that are put forth. Making a Hopscotch stack exchange won’t magically make users with questions appear.
A separate stack exchange forum would also make it more difficult for users with questions to SBYP as there would become two separate knowledge bases.
If someone has generic, advanced questions not specifically related to Hopscotch like how to create a spigot algorithm to calculate the n-th digit of pi, then, sure, go to the appropriate stack exchange community (But you might still be surprised by asking here and would potentially be indirectly encouraging other users to learn something new.)
I really like the enthusiasm to create a robust Hopscotch community who’s interested in more than just chatting, but why not do it here? There’s plenty of categories meant for this purpose
- Debug My Code
- Open Source Code & How Tos
- Design, Colors, & Sound
- Control Blocks