The question about GTD influence on PM work (Has GTD (Getting Things Done) changed your approach to project planning?) has been closed recently.
While I agree it phrased in a way which suggested more a discussion than responses to a question I actually think it was a good subject for a question - it would be enough to rephrase it to be less subjective, e.g. how GTD influence perceiving PM work/PM work itself?
We had kind of similar situation here - the question which used poor English (Should we vote down questions because of bad English?) and instead of having the question closed author improved it and as a result we have what I believe is a good piece of content.
Now, my concern here is: should we automatically close down questions which aren't phrased well or is it better idea to ask original poster to improve them pointing them what's wrong?