This is in support of, and expansion to, the answer by heather on this topic.
Resource requests are useful
Quantum computing is a new, relatively, scientific field where even the most seasoned experts are still learning, and trying, new things.
As a result of the speed with which discoveries are made, new methods are developed, and the field advances, nobody can be expected to know all the material, or keep track of where to find the new information, or even the old (as old relates to a new field) information. Everyone in learning, and that learning is partially based on resources.
I do believe that a question seeking a resource should be specific as to the OP's needs, including what they need to know or learn from the resource they are looking for. As the site grow, and more experts come online, it's possible that the author of a resource could be part of our user base. The needed information just might be available directly from another user without needing to point to any other resources. Such would only be known if the OP stated exactly what they needed.
Rejecting an answer because it has information that might become invalid, or rejection a question, or class of questions, because the answers might become invalid would result in closing almost every SE site for lack of activity.
In this field there will be a lot of the information in the current body of knowledge which becomes greatly expanded upon as the field progresses. The aging of the information might be measured in weeks rather than years, as in many other scientific fields. Aside from the speed aspect, however, such is a issue in any field. Even information about an established field like mathematics can change. (The Three Radii Theorum or the improvement in prime number theory might qualify for that.) This field will see a higher percentage of outdated information than others, perhaps, which is to be expected, and hoped for actually. (The more we learn, an perfect what we learn, the farther the field advances.)
As SE users, however, we shouldn't be unwilling to answer a question, or provide a resource, because it might become invalid tomorrow. As members of the field, not just the SE site, it would be the responsible thing to do to update any answers one writes, or finds, with either new resources, or that the information is no longer "accepted knowledge" when, and if, that becomes the case. Any user can suggest an edit to any other answer, so it need not be the original user that updates SE content.
By way of example, of information becoming invalid and SE content being changed, I submit the following. On the Information Security stack it was asked "Why can't Let's Encrypt support wildcard certificates?" As a user of Let's Encrypt I knew the answer, and posted it. It was even "accepted," for a while. Well, surprise of surprises!, Let's Encrypt figured out a method for doing wildcard certificates, and another user discovered that, posted an answer about the new method. My answer, no longer valid, was un-accpeted. I added a note to the top of my answer that it was now only of historical value and referenced the new answer, which also became the "accepted" one.
Policy to develop
As done on the Physics site, we would need to develop our own policy on how to deal with, refine, and qualify resource requests. I would expect that the current policy, once established would, itself, by subject to change as the site grows and we learn more about how the site is used by the developing user base. It could even be termed provisional for the present time. Now is not the time to carving rules and guidelines into stone, but to be fluid and try what seems reasonable, and be ready to reject what proves not to work. Scope is not the only thing a beta site needs to develop as it grows.