Like many quantum computation researchers, back when I was first learning the basics of the field, I relied heavily on Nielsen & Chuang's "Quantum computation and quantum information" textbook.
However, one frustrating aspect of doing so was that no official set of solutions was ever released for the exercises, with only a small selection (unofficially) solved at sites such as this.
Since then, I often wished that I had the time to set up some wiki or website that could crowd-source the best solutions to these problems, so that it could provide a resource for future generations of QC students.
Having recently discovered this Stack Exchange site, I have been wondering if this is not the perfect place for this idea.
I would be interested in peoples' thoughts on this, since I am new to the site. For example, I could have just started to list the questions myself, however this feels like a cheap way to accrue reputation points, which is not my aim and perhaps would devalue the endeavour (not to mention the time it would take). Are there ways (e.g. bots or limited, but dedicated accounts) to achieve this on the site or is this kind of thing prohibited?