I just wondered what is on topic on philosophy.stackexchange
I've had quite a few questions closed etc. for this very reason, so obviously it's not clear what it amounts to, as I'm not here to annoy anyone.
In particular, is the burden of proof on someone to show that something isn't philosophy? In effect, it seems that people are apt to close questions for not seeming philosophical enough, when it could at least be suggested that philosophers should answer any question asked of them, rather than be set to just say that it's in some sense a pseudo philosophical question.
Perhaps the community should be voting down on questions more than they vote close. For the given reasons (unhelpful / no research / unclear) as I imagine that most reasons for closing meeting those definitions, instead.
Am I right?