I do not consider this to be a good idea for two reasons:
There is little overlap between the users interested in Scandinavian Languages and German. It’s probably not more than any arbitrary topics you can conceive for Stack Exchange sites. Dutch may be a little bit better, but still far from “good”. Thus there is no synergy in merging these user groups. ...
I browsed Area51 looking for a quotation I seem to remember existed but cannot find, unfortunately. However, I came across this blog post, which nicely states the problem, and this later one in which the SE team’s proposed solution is described.
Scandinavian languages have been proposed at least once. If we consider the four relevant criteria, we find that ...
Diese Frage ist meiner Meinung nach ein Duplikat von dieser.
Wenn man nach durchzusprechen googelt, findet man erstere, wenn man allgemein nach Zusammenschreibung von Infinitiven googelt, findet man letztere (was ich eigentlich auch gut so finde). Nur dass bei der ersten (spezieller klingenden) Frage eine sehr allgemeine, gut zusammengefasste Antwort folgt ...
Does the verb "möchten" exist?
Net Score: 9 (Excellent: 9, Satisfactory: 5, Needs Improvement: 0)
Why is it “sponsern” and not “sponsorn”?
Net Score: 7 (Excellent: 8, Satisfactory: 5, Needs Improvement: 1)
Besser als meines – why "meines"?
Net Score: 6 (Excellent: 8, Satisfactory: 3, Needs Improvement: 2)
Being more of an outsider to this SE site, I notice that it's one of those low-voting sites (similar to AskUbuntu).
There a some avid and dedicated members that will converge on a new question and answer it very quickly, but I also find that answers - like on many other SE sites - get accepted too quickly. Generally I see this as discouragement for others ...
Some questions including the one you had mentioned are chosen to be listed network wide in the list of
Hot Network Questions
Our site gets nicely promoted by this but those questions will of course get much more views (and votes).
What is the Goal of "Hot Network Questions"?
What formula should be used to determine "hot" ...
Why do German speakers often use 'did' in the past when speaking English?
Net Score: -3 (Excellent: 2, Satisfactory: 1, Needs Improvement: 5)
Wie liest man das Zeichen „§“ vor?
Net Score: 2 (Excellent: 4, Satisfactory: 2, Needs Improvement: 2)
Net Score: 3 (Excellent: 4, Satisfactory: 3, Needs Improvement: 1)
How to explain the ending -en in "dem alten Hafenviertel" if we know it's in dative?
Net Score: 7 (Excellent: 7, Satisfactory: 4, Needs Improvement: 0)
How do you structure a German sentence to represent the English construct "at [action]"?
Net Score: 7 (Excellent: 7, Satisfactory: 3, Needs Improvement: 0)
Hoch und ...