If I encounter a problem during world building, I would like to ask it as a question. However, not all problems I encounter will be related to world building.
As an extreme example, if my pen runs out or there is a fire alarm, my world building will be interrupted but it would make no sense to post a question about it.
If I specify the locations of a collection of villages and a distant city, I could ask what road layout is likely to emerge naturally if not planned in advance.
I don't expect disagreement with the examples (if there is, let me know and I will simply change the examples).
The question is, where between these two extremes should we draw the line on what counts as a "world building problem" and what is simply a problem that happened to be encountered during world building.
The reason I am raising this question is due to a close vote on this question, where you can see the discussion in the comments. I would like some guidance on where the line should be drawn, which will hopefully also indicate whether that question is on topic.