As I am sure many are aware, we get a fair amount of questions about special relativity that are essentially variances of
Alice sees this event happen at this time over here, and Bob sees this event happen at this time over there, so then how can Alice see this if Bob sees this?
Of course questions like these don't necessarily need to involve an "Alice" and a "Bob", but the questions essentially boil down to how to reconcile time dilation, length contraction, relativity of simultaneity, etc. of various events as seen by various observers. Some (or many?) of these questions get closed/ignored due to quality, clarity, or "homework-ness", but there are also ones that survive and receive answers.
Some recent examples of questions like these, or questions recent posts have been duplicates of:
I am sure there are better examples out there, but hopefully the type of question I am am referring to is evident. Questions like these can easily become convoluted in trying to specify when/where events occur in the various frames, what defines the events, etc. But, at least to me, it seems like many of these questions could "easily" be resolved with the appropriate application of Lorentz transformations, rather than some of the introductory equations of time dilation and length contraction.
Additionally, I know there are already great community wiki posts for other SR topics, and these serve as great posts to link to as a duplicate for other posts asking about these topics:
I am wondering if we can make a post like the two above that have a similar purpose.
Therefore, would it be useful to create a community wiki post that covers how to handle "event comparison" questions described above, or are the questions of this type actually not as frequent as I think or already adequately handled so that a community wiki post would not be useful? If one such post would be useful, what would this post look like, both in terms of the "question" that sets up the post and the type of answer(s) that would be ideal for such a post? Additionally, who would be responsible for creating the post/answer? I am by far an expert in SR, so I don't think I could handle creating an answer (even if it is open for the public to edit and make better).