This site is currently set up to be a source of technical answers to technical questions.
ie. We close out questions that are broad in nature, or contain many questions, or don't show any attempt by the poster to work anything out themself.
This is understandable because for this site to be useful, the questions need to be relevant to more than the poster's unique set of requirements. It can only be useful to the broader community if it's a single problem that other people are likely to come up against.
I feel like there's a category of questions that doesn't sit neatly in these buckets. These are higher level questions about how to approach certain problems. I'm not talking about "I have these 5 requirements, plz help".
A recent example could be: Record detail page pagination using Visualforce?
It's not the best worded question, and the poster shouldn't be specifically calling out using Visualforce, but really the poster is asking for advice on how to approach his/her problem. There are many possible answers, but so long as the poster isn't expecting code to be provided, we could at least point them in the right direction. I feel it would also benefit the community because it will have multiple answers, so the next person that comes along will see those options and vote on what worked for them.
e.g. Answers could be to use a Visualforce wizard, or a multi page flow, or a tabbed component, etc.
There have been a few questions lately that fit in this bucket, but they get closed out. Just wondering what everyone elses thoughts are on whether we should be keeping these style of questions adds value, to help people understand the different approaches they can take.