Curriculum vitae (often abbreviated CV) is a common Latin locution present in a high number of languages. Roughly, more than half the links in other languages in curriculum vitae Wikipedia article go to articles with the same name in the respective languages, and there are other cases like German, where even if the article has a different name, the locution is cited as an alternative.
A common doubt among people is what is the Latin plural for this locution.
There is this question that asks for a more general case, where CV is cited as an example in the question's body.
A google search on the plural of curriculum vitae leads to other sites and gives the impression that both curricula vitarum and curricula vitae are correct. Latin.SE does not appear among the top results.
My proposal is that we make a separate question explicitly about the plural of CV even if it is arguably a duplicate, for the sake of searchability. So my meta question is: What do you think, should we?