This is a follow-up to Should Stack Overflow become the place to come to find good “getting started” tutorials? and CrazyJugglerDrummer's comment "Prominent tutorial links could also be added to tag-wikis."
Is it appropriate to direct users asking "How do I get started with xyz?" to post an question on Meta Stack Overflow asking for an according update to the related tag info wiki (like other "could someone please update tag wiki xyz" requests) if there is no useful information in it yet?
I'm tempted to rollback the title edit since it changes the meaning to something very different.
I don't steer towards resurrecting the getting-started tag; it was a meta-tag and is well burniated.
I consider questions on "Where can I find tutorials on getting started with xyz?" as NARQ and vote to close without hesitation.
I don't want to have tutorials on the tag wiki pages - just links to good resources.
I just think it would be more constructive to point users to a tag wiki instead of linking to Stack Overflow is not your personal research assistant.
If some tag wiki doesn't have any useful information about "Getting started", why not allow to ask for an update/edit here on Meta Stack Overflow? Maintaining tag wiki pages that way IMO would be time well spent and add valuable content to Stack Overflow - better than burying those links in answers to those questions (and dozens of their duplicates).