So first off, I'll say the question was deleted by an automated system that cleans up closed questions. I was unaware of this system, so it may be new.
As to the content of the question, I'll copy the main question here for posterity:
Is there any web-thing that keeps track of the best courses out there for general Quality Assurance or for technical software testing?
This particular question has multiple problems that perhaps should have been explained better. The most obvious the use of the word "best" - best is a very problematic word because it is so hard to define in context. Now, it seems the word isn't about the tool you're looking for, but rather the courses you want to track with the tool, but alas, it instantly sends a signal to the person reviewing the question that there's a problem.
The next is that the question is a software recommendation, which while not strictly off topic is very difficult to answer. Suppose three people each suggest their recommendation and you pick one. Were the other two incorrect? What about the one you picked worked? Does it really solve the problem? Is it going to be helpful to future readers?
The third is that the tool in question isn't really about SQA. The tool that tracks SQA courses could probably just as easily track GHS courses or PMBOK courses or whatever kind of courses you want. Now this is a hotly debated topic on SQA. For example, suppose someone is trying to parse a CSV file in Python - is that on topic? No, it isn't. But someone is trying to do that same parsing in a Selenium script. Now is on topic? Some feel it is. Some feel it isn't. (How I personally feel is irrelevant to the discussion at hand.) Your tool falls under this category too.
What is certainly true is you have a problem you want solved, and you're looking to our community to help you, and that's great. I hope this experience hasn't left a sour taste in your mouth, and that my explanation helps you understand why things happened the way they did.