This is about the What topics can I ask about here? page in the site's help center.
Back in 2010, Robert Cartaino posted a Stack Exchange blog post titled Good Subjective, Bad Subjective. That post talks about how hard it is to have subjective questions, and outlines half a dozen guidelines that helps define a good subjective question. Since Worldbuilding is, by definition, a rather subjective site (few of our questions have hard answers that are either "right" or "wrong"; it's more of a continuum than a binary either/or situation), I propose that we add a link to that post to our help center article.
Currently, the help center article says, in part:
Note that questions must be specific as well as answerable. If you are looking for discussion, brainstorming, or an overall process rather than specific question-and-answers, the Worldbuilding Stack Exchange might not be a good place for your question.
How does the community feel about such a change?