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Are terminology & comparison related questions on-topic?

TL;DR Most of these questions will be off-topic. There may be occasional exceptions, but I wouldn't hold my breath. The question cited was answerable, but I personally consider it a poor-quality ...
Todd A. Jacobs's user avatar
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Product Management questions - 2020 edition

As it stands, the best (and latest) answer for this question is available on THIS ANSWER from Todd. I share the TL;DR excerpt here: Product management as it relates to project management is certainly ...
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Are terminology & comparison related questions on-topic?

I see this in a slightly different approach. What's more important? To accept as valid some questions that cannot have a canonical answer or to leave the community without any answers at all? ...
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Definitive answer vs opinion-based based question

SE Sites Have Community-Developed Norms and Values Part of your issue is that you aren't understanding that that PMSE (like most SE sites) has both a community culture and a set of norms that have ...
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Definitive answer vs opinion-based based question

With just slight variations in the working culture (do people get tasks assigned, or do they pull from a backlog), the scope of the work considered when writing the answer and the expertise of the ...
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