I asked a couple of questions on the Christianity SE site in the past. I quickly learned that questions asked were often put on hold and/or migrated to meta site by SE members for being considered by some to be "off topic". Questions were also (more often not) intellectually debated as religious trivia rather than answered. Since then, while continuing to wonder about "prophecy" as a question topic, I have had serious reservations about how any question would be received. I just noticed, though, that there is a "prophecy" tag here at this Biblical hermeneutics beta site. So, I looked at one of the recent questions at the link below from about a week ago.
At first look, I considered that the only answer that was offered (so far) to the Daniel 12/8 question was completely wrong/in error and only vaguely supported from some kind of "preterist only blog" viewpoint of prophecy interpretation. But then, on second thought, I noticed that both the original question and the "questionable" answer given 1.) still remain active, 2.) have not been torn apart by SE site commentors, but sadly 3.) they have not been shown much interest in general either (sad because "prophecy" is one of the main purposes and communication themes in the Bible).
I understand that "prophecy" has broad, multiple, and overlapping ranges of valid interpretational perspective, but how does "Biblical hermeneutics" treat prophecy and how does it handle the prophecy as a topic? Is there much expertise "overlap" between Christianity SE and Biblical hermeneutics SE?