I would second this.
In my experience, posts for resources get closed or removed quickly as they don't fit in the pattern and are rated "opinionated".
While both might be true, I think there's a real need for these resource lists - maybe even resource lists on resource lists.
"But they don't fit in to the style of Stack Exchange. Why not use a different service for that?"
(My experience:) Quality of Stackexchange. Any other online community on broad topics do not deliver the quality of SE/SO. Be it people posting uneducated comments that never get removed or simply the presentation of sites (like forums, where one has to navigate 8 pages of nonsense until the answer finally appears before it get's flooded by another 8 pages of Thank yous).
Maybe a first step: Provide unified tag
Maybe as a first step that wouldn't require site changes creating a unified tag throughout the communities expressing this kind of post would be nice. Perhaps
A more "programming-intensive" job would be to announce this kind of feature, so people know it's there.
This might help people find the right resources for the topics they worry about - as most of the time finding the resource is a very critical and time consuming aspect.