The guidelines for questions in the Philosophy Stack Exchange clearly state that the questions must be directly to do with Philosophy. On one interpretation, this states that the questions must be philosophical. But is the Philosophy Stack Exchange also a place for posting questions concerning the Profession of Philosophy? Such a question would not be, strictly speaking, philosophical, but would still be, in some sense, about philosophy.
[EDIT]: I poorly expressed myself above. The distinction intended is one about the ideas discussed. A question, "what did Locke think of x", is a question about philosophical ideas, whilst a question, "what percentage of an academic career in philosophy is typically spent on research leave", does not concern philosophical ideas.