"Physics Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for active researchers, academics and students of physics."
At present Physics Stack Exchange is more inclined towards answering specific conceptual questions in Physics and not really meant for problem solving at the High School/Undergraduate/Graduate level. Check-my-work problems ( even if they contain the OP's efforts, are discouraged most of the times ). Moreover, we do not have any quality site on the Internet related to problem solving techniques in Physics ( specifically numerical problems ).
I remember that in my high school days I used to end up tearing my hairs even after spending hours on a particular numerical problem ( and my teachers weren't always available to discuss the solutions as they would quite busy ) . Several times I would have to wait weeks before I could get someone to explain me where I was going wrong during solving the numerical problem. So, I wish to make a site for students and physics enthusiasts so that they get a platform to discuss their methods of solving problems in Physics. Of course, homework questions with no effort is discouraged.
I proposed this site here on on Area 51 and if you wish you can support the site by following it. Feel free to give suggestions regarding the new site proposal in comments or in form of answers.
I also feel that this could be a solution to the constant debate whether particular problem-solving question belongs to Physics Stack Exchange or not. Then Physics Stack Exchange can go back to its original ideal - that is to serve as a knowledge resource for researchers and academicians.