Do whatever you think is best. Try to inform people, especially if that means diving into non-standard areas of knowledge. Social entropy will eventually succeed in eroding any value we hope to contribute to the community, as its all a self-digesting engine of egocentric altruism anyway. So do whatever you think is right, because haters are gonna hate anyway, especially in a rate-rank place like this.
As SO sites mature eventually the topic police evolve to the point where your question becomes irrelevant. That is to say, any answer (or question) not congruent with a few folks' opinion of un-opinionated, on-topic, standardish answers will be beaten as flat as the surrounding terrain.
Now that there are a million SO sites which nearly all experience at least some topical overlap it is virtually guaranteed that any non-standard discussion will eventually get wiped.
(Even if this is far in the future, like this classic, community-rallying answer which has been closed and is now considered off-topic, only retained because it is a significant traffic booster for the site: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1732348/regex-match-open-tags-except-xhtml-self-contained-tags/1732454#1732454)
Please understand there is nothing in the above that should be taken as bitter or spiteful -- this is just part of the ongoing, roiling, broiling, unsettled, hilariously misguided nature of our community.