Thomas Owens and I closed https://pm.stackexchange.com/questions/6195/dos-and-donts-with-clients as Not Constructive. It's a very broad, open-ended polling question that would likely result in a list of things, which isn't a good fit for Stack Exchange. Other users and I left some comments asking the asker to please clarify and fix the question.
No one has made any improvements to the question, but it's been reopened.
Also, this polling question How do I discover the features of a product that are most valued by customers? was closed multiple times and re-asked. The asker didn't make any attempts to improve this question either based on comments left. It has also been reopened without anyone making any improvements, but it was reopened by at least two people.
I know we're in the middle of a scope change and want to take it easy, but what is the justification for allowing such overly broad questions without any improvements
and community support?
I'm all for questions that are more theoretical in nature, but they should be more targeted and less broad. Thank you.
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