First thank you for creating the Computer Science group. I finally feel at home among all the stack family communities I have seen and participated.
My question is actually somewhat related to Usage of Community-wiki, but since I was unsure if it would be appropriate to post it there as an answer I opted for it as a question.
I noticed on other communities that sometimes topics grow related. For example, on Cross Validated there is a section one of the moderators created that had the community listing statistics tool on each answer. This is one type of the grouping I am suggesting and wondering about if this would be allowable here and how one would proceed on doing this (is it only for moderators? are users welcomed to do this? should they have a minimum reputation?)
On the other side I am also considering, say, moderators or users that want to group related knowledge on a single point. For example, again on cross validated there were two questions very similar to each other: Python as a workbench, Excel as a workbench. I end up originating a third: Ruby as a workbench. They are similar, but they are not appropriated as a single question. However, having a grouping question such as 'Workbenchs' and have being listed could be proven helpful.
I didn't notice this yet here since this community is still in its infancy, but questions such like this that thanks to the similar question automatic advice were noticed that could be grouped could maybe help making the CW more usable and easier to browse, avoiding extra redundancy on questions if users would find them easier?
Thank you, I hope this is relevant for the discussion.