I believe that trinitarian is too broad for the scope of the site, if I cite J. Edgar Hoover's writings about the Trinity and you cite Margaret Sanger's writings about the Trinity then, who am I to judge who the worse expert is?
Because of this, other than asking if there are Patristic writings about the Trinity, there can be no non-denominationally scoped questions on the Subject.
What questions from a trinitarian viewpoint wouldn't have as their subject the trinity? Furthermore, what questions from a modalist viewpoint wouldn't have hypostatic-union as their subject?
My opinion is that the viewpoints alluded to in the tags should be ones with identifiable authorities contemporary to us, not ancient ones that need our filters. (Unless we're asking a question from the perspective of an ancient Christian).
Now, I realize I probably nuked half of my bogative answers with that statement, but that's probably how things should have been done in the first place. But, I think this makes a pretty good argument for favoring tradition over sentiment in general and could make for better criteria for stellar answers.