DavRob60's answer is basically right, but I wanted to take this opportunity to write up a more detailed answer that applies to more than just SciFi.
What we've done before
There are several different types of contests that tend to pop up on our sites. They often overlap, but in the most broad terms they are:
What I like to call "internal contests" ...
I can't see that the overlap would be of necessity strong. Of our top tags (story-ID, harry-potter, star-wars, lord-of-the-rings, star-trek, movie, and doctor-who), none fall clearly into mythology. Only a couple (marvel, via Thor and maybe some epic fantasy) would fall into scope over there. Sure, some of the stories may sound like fantasy, but that doesn't ...
from : Topic of the Week Contest [Updated August 29]
Current Topic: INDEFINITE HIATUS
At this moment and for the foreseeable future, I will not be able to run any Topic of the Week endeavors. That does not mean that the site can't have Topic of the Week contests, especially since people still seem very keen on them. These can still happen, they will ...
Sci-Fi May have this 'problem', but it's definitely not the only site that has it.
Arqade: Other than how to press buttons correctly, every other question on this site belongs in a GameFaq.
Anime/Manga: The same 'problem' we have here.
History: If we enacted this rule here, the only question would could ever ask is "where to find history?"
Movies & ...
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This isn't a feature that can be implemented via a decision here. You'll need to raise it on the main meta site.
For the record, I think that this is an irrelevance. These sorts of low quality worldbuilding questions are generally a result of people not reading the tour and FAQ before they decide to post their off-topic questions on our site rather than a ...
So, let's talk about some potential problems, and what the proper thing to do about them is.
New idea- Ultimately, any new idea should be passed on through the meta site, at least one coming from users. It might be a good idea to flesh it out, especially if it is rather complex. I suggest that one brings it up in the chatroom in that case.
Problem question ...