Upon posting a discussion question which I'm sure is of interest to a significant
portion of the community and googlers alike I was told to re-read the guidelines
for questions etc.
There was a further attempt on my part to re-open in meta, but in light of answers
I can appreciate that hypothetical discussion is a no-go for a concrete knowledge
The best option for such questions from here would be DMZ chat, and, while it has
some value, it has too heavy downsides; question does not receive proper attention,
nor is there incentive to take the time to give high quality answers.
NB: My question was impulsive and of little importance now, it's the principle
of such questions having a natural place that we will discuss.
Many would benefit from a special tag, name it discussion, hypothetical, whatever;
as long as it opens up for opinions and theories, clearly disclaiming such.
One way to prevent these questions from mingling with the current Q&A is
to create a unique discussion/hypothetical feed that seperates them, e.g:
This would allow us to move many broad questions, instead of closing them.
I assume this is a significant workload to implement, but the idea is out at least.