Since the beginning, Jeff and Joel's vision for Stack Overflow was to have a place for people to ask questions about real, actual programming problems and then get real, correct answers. They looked at existing forums out there on the Internet and saw how oftentimes we would have to cover pages and pages of forum posts in a thread in hopes of finding something valuable.
This was a huge waste of time, and sometimes led us nowhere. Stack Overflow aims to be better than this.
Instead of asking such a broad, open-ended question that will only end up with tens or hundreds of comments as answers, why not use the platform as its visionaries intended. I'm sure that you have some specific questions that you can ask about OCaml. In fact, if you target specific problems you're facing, you'll be able to ask more great questions instead of a single not constructive question that will only mimic the problems of the forums.
The goal of Stack Overflow is to be a resource of programming knowledge for years to come, and targeting specific problems makes it much easier for other people facing those same problems to find your post and then quickly find the answer at the top.