How does the community feel about questions like this that aren't tips on golfing, but are still about a golfing language.
Should such questions be incorporated into what's on topic here? Would this be useful to our site?
Should such questions be incorporated into what's on topic here? Yes
Would this be useful to our site? YES a lot
On Stack Overflow, any question asking to be pointed to outside resources like tutorials is considered off topic. If such a question were on topic, it would be too broad and/or opinion based.
There are a couple of problems with allowing this:
What is a golfing language? We've had trouble defining this in the past, and if we don't define it now, then I could ask for tips for any language.
There's really only three "tips" that could be given out, and none of them are good:
Finally, the site is about golfing and programming challenges. Answers to any tips question must be focused on the topic of our site. If we wanted to have a tips question focused on writing good KoTH bots, that would be in scope (in my opinion).
They should have a new tag instead of tips which should be reserved for golfing tips rather than learning tips. As Alex A points out, questions still need to be specific, so they would need to be along the lines of "What does this command do in GolfLangX?" or "How can I perform CommonFunctionQ in this golfing language?", rather than just "How do I learn Golfify_Y?"
Depending on the outcome of this question we may need another meta question about what to call the new tag (and whether to make the existing tips tag more specific).
Since Doorknob commented with a link to the tips tag wiki I can see that tips questions can be about programming challenges in general, not just tips on golfing, so we might not need a new tag if we decide to allow tips on using a language. However, note that the tag wiki excerpt (linked above) and the full tag wiki that is linked from it, do not agree on this.