Mark Phillips dusted off his editing gloves and attacked the question referenced here in this meta discussion and made great progress on the constructiveness issue. We also reopened the question.
Here it is: How to Adapt to a New Team Culture?
Where PMSE Begins and Ends?
However, as both a moderator and a user of our site, I must admit I'm having trouble still defining the boundaries of what would be a project management question and what might be a better fit for another Stack Exchange site.
With these boundaries being unclear, it will be tough for us to appropriately handle material that, while constructive, may not belong on a site for Project Managers.
For instance, this question will definitely be on topic on Workplace SE. If our community decides this question isn't for us, it definitely has a home on the Stack Exchange network. However, some sites do overlap slightly and it's possible a question could be asked in more than one site. Just being on-topic somewhere else doesn't necessarily mean it's not on topic here.
Clarifying the Boundaries
In my opinion, this is one of those boundary questions that really does blur the lines. There must surely exist arguments for and against this being considered on-topic here, and analysing this question, now that it's a good (or arguably better) Stack Exchange question, can help us further define where PMSE begins and ends.
The boundaries may never be perfectly clear, but the more discussions we have on these questions, the clearer those boundaries will become.
What do you think? What makes this on-topic? What makes it off-topic? What elements of the question would need to be missing for you to vote it as off-topic?