Okay, so I've figured out that obscure programming language are okay to ask about on Stack Overflow.
I don't need to ask questions for my own benefit, but would like to see MLM coding resources become more widely available on the internet and am considering doing some seed work by asking and answering some questions on Stack Overflow.
Is it okay to ask (and answer) questions about a programming language that may be specific in its flavor to a single manufacturer's product? I don't even know how much Arden is used in other products besides SCM, and in what ways it differs from other products. So my answers will likely step outside the bounds of plain Arden and be slanted toward SCM.
Assuming yes, should I tag these questions with all of mlm, scm, and arden-syntax? The language is actually Arden Syntax, but MLM is often used as a synonym despite not being the name of the language (as in "write an MLM" or "MLM coder"), and SCM is a product name. But, I see parallels to for example sql-server-2008 which is a particular manufacturer's product. Except, SCM itself isn't something that would necessarily bring to mind "ahhh, you're talking about Arden Syntax, of course!"
All in all aside from the tagging aspect I'm guessing I'm probably in the clear, but thought I'd go ahead and ask before I start creating questions and answers with new tags no one has ever heard of.
See the new meta question, discussion on tags and my first Q&As in this area.