There is a list of open problems in my sub-field that was published in a journal some time ago and has had an impact on the area.
Many of the problems have been solved, some have partial solutions, and some are still unsolved.
I am considering trying to write a survey of the current status of this list. However, I am concerned about a few publication-related questions:
(1) Can my survey reproduce the statements of the problems? Of course I would not take credit for the problems, but I am concerned that I would be reproducing a large proportion of the content of a published paper.
(2) Is the answer to Question (1) different if I am trying to publish the survey in a journal vs. just post on arxiv vs. just post to my website?
(Regarding (2), it may be that no journal would be interested; that is a secondary concern.)
(3) Can anyone point to examples of surveys like this, in any area of mathematics? (Surveys discussing the current status of a list of problems in a specialized area. Surveys and books about the Clay Millennium Problems abound, but how about more specialized examples?)