Users frequently ask questions on how to generate custom wordlists like here or here. They usually have a particular tool in mind (e.g. crunch) and list a number of special criteria for the generated words (e.g. exactly one capital letter, three leading digits, etc.). These questions are usually well-received.
I understand that wordlists are used to crack passwords - which is a security topic. But generating your custom one seems to me like a very mundane coding task that doesn't relate to security knowledge in any way. Essentially, these questions are about scripting permutations of some kind. Additionally, the often very specific requirements make an answer unlikely to be helpful to anyone else.
Should I vote to close a question on custom wordlist generation or is there a good reason to encourage them?