I'm glad you find that the SCORM module forum has lots of different uses.
Rather than splitting it though, I would encourage you to use the SCORM module documentation for describing effective uses of SCORM in Moodle and the SCORM FAQ for questions and answers. If you come across an interesting discussion, you can always simply add a link to it in the "See also" section of a documentation page.
I'd also encourage you to use the tracker for reporting bugs, as the tracker functionality enables bugs to be easily managed. This is necessary when you have a long list of bugs needing fixing.
PS Just moving this discussion to the moodle.org design forum as suggested by Dan...
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Could we split the SCORM forum into a few more forums?
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