Think We as community (that includes you, the reader) have the stance that 3rd party/non-core plugin and theme specific questions are off topic on our site. That rule excludes three parts: Plugins ...
From my point of view, plugins developed as "feature as plugin" that are not included in the current version of the core and are planned to be added to the core at some point in the future, are out of ...
I recently asked a question related to a certain WordPress setup, and was put on-hold with a statement that this is a third party question that is out of scope. I think this should be changed. ...
Today, we noticed that our tour page showed a question about WooCommerce, tagged plugin-recommendation. Well … We can change the question and use one of a fixed list. But all questions in that list ...
So, let's try to hash this scope question out, once and for all. Clearly, WordPress development questions are in scope, and easily defined/identified. The real questions are: What is the ...
Hey look: another scope question! Reference: Wordpress Updates not working. Why? This one, IMHO, looks like a user support question; but, part of me thinks it might be straddling the line. Just ...
Thought I would bring this discussion to Meta. This question was approved to be migrated from programmers.se to WPSE: Proper way to create / manage gettext (.po, .pot) files? While the question ...
We had one user asking two questions (1, 2) about the rejection of their theme by the WP.org reviewers. Should we answer these questions? Chip Bennett, leader of the theme reviewers and active member ...
As the title suggests. Prompted by this question: http://wordpress.stackexchange.com/questions/2665/how-can-i-create-a-widget-area-in-the-navigation-bar-genesis-specific In my opinion framework ...
Yesterday we closed a question about the plugin directory, while last week we answered one. John P Bloch commented "If you have a problem with a WordPress.org plugin repository, I suggest you ask the ...
This was discussed in the definition phase of this site, and now again when we are defining the FAQ. Since discussing it in the comments might be a bit limiting, I pose it as a separate question: ...
We need to come up with things specific to WordPress that need to be mentioned in the faq. If you look at SuperUser's FAQ, you will notice that it lists things that are on topic and things that are ...
Should we encourage people to show off interesting code snippets here? With the flexible nature of WordPress, you sometimes can do nice things with a few lines of code. Currently, we one see them if ...
Which questions belong on WordPress Answers but not on SO? Which questions belong on SO with a [wordpress] tag but not on WordPress Answers? How can we keep the experts here instead of on Stack ...