Do we want this question, https://pm.stackexchange.com/questions/6227/how-do-you-give-a-reference-when-a-boss-was-a-bully, on PMSE? I think it's a great, well-written, constructive question with a subjective lean, but my question is in regards to whether or not it is on-topic for PMSE?
It's clearly on topic for Workplace SE, and one of their mods visited our site and flagged this question, letting us know that they would welcome this question with open arms.
Here are the main points of this particular question:
The person asking appears to be a project manager. It's not really clear to me if this matters or not.
The question is a career question, which could be on-topic given the context.
The problem is not a project management problem, which could be a strong argument for shipping it off to the Workplace SE.
Personally I'd vote for off-topic on the one we discuss, while I'd vote on-topic on that one. What is the difference between these two? I would say that the latter address project problem while the former not really. I know, this is vague, but this is how I feel.
To summarize Pawel's stance, a question that is not a project management problem is not on-topic. Do you agree? If so, vote to close the question if you can. If you cannot vote to close, flag it as off-topic. If there is support for closing the question, know that it would have a home on another Stack Exchange site.
If it shouldn't be closed, and you have a good argument for keeping it here, please comment or answer here in meta.