I created a new proposal at area 51 its called Math Review (http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/90443/math-review) and it is intended to be a Q&A site concerning troubles one find while reading text books and articles. Most of them are bad typos, but not always, for instance I recently found on chap 6 of a classic book a reference for a theorem that was proved in chap 4 but when one goes back there is no such a theorem.
Articles are also very rich in bad typos and this leads to trouble understanding what the author is saying. Of course, after a while, one might correct the typo but this is not always the case and this might take a long while.
With these ideas in mind I came to Math stack exchange.
But here is a site for questions on math, which is different. One is focused on the subject matter and not on the way something was written. I often tried to interpret the typo and if it persists I make it into a math question.
The point is, there should be a place where we could share those silent thoughts and corrections we make on a daily basis.
If this proposal turn out to be successful we might even use it as a place to discuss recent publications or pre-prints.
I am here to ask if the idea is pertinent or not, if it fits the scope of mathstackexchange or not.
If it reasonable to make such an endeavour and lastly, I would appreciate very much the discussion.