I just noticed this question: Network-related regular expressions. Actually, it's not a question, but it's compiling some useful snippets for work, done by the original poster, with an invitation to extend it.
Ho do we deal with such an approach?
We don't work out concepts together on the main site. (We do work them out here in meta. :) We ask specific, technical questions and get ["hope for"?] good answers.
See also Where is the community wiki. I don't think marking the What are your network-related regular expressions? question as a community wiki is a solution. That question should be closed as off topic.
Post a proper question, which clearly describes the goal (or edit such an existing question).
Post an answer, possibly structured with headings, which other people could extend.
Possibly make this answer "Community Wiki" (see the FAQ), so there's a lower barrier for editing the answer and a clear signal of inviting the community to contribute.
There's no reputation for votes on CW post. However, they count for badges, so the starting poster or answerer has a good chance to get one or more badges, if the content is valuable.