A user recently asked How to work on a programming project remotely.
The comments asking for clarification, and comments hinting that the question might not be the right fit for our site are great! Our community is stepping up and participating in guiding new users, and it's making an impact. To those of you who are stepping up with edits and comments, thank you! :)
With that said, I considered closing this question as off-topic since it's asking about technical issues, not project management issues, from what I can tell. I'm wondering why those of you with the ability to flag or vote to close have not taken one of those actions? As a member of our community with the ability to flag/vote to close, what is it about this question that made you decide to just leave a comment or provide an answer to the question?
I'm looking for explanations on why you feel it's on-topic and whether or not we should leave it open as an on-topic question that could be randomly selected in our next site evaluation. If you feel it's off-topic or borderline, please speak up as well and let us know what you think!
I'm hoping the responses here can further help us determine where the boundaries are for our site, help us further clarify its scope, and provide more guidance to everyone on how we should handle these types of questions as a project management community.