I am referring to this question:What you should do if your junior did not adopt your suggestion? .
I was asked to take this question to Parenting SE or Professional Matters SE, because the question is a workplace issue. You can read the comments for a debate on whether this question should be closed or not.
First, I can't take the issue to Parenting SE because I am not a parent to those juniors whom I am responsible for. Second, the Professional Matters does not exist yet, so I can't take the issue to a site that hasn't been created yet.
Also, I was asked to refer to this meta answer for a reasoning as to the closure of the question. I agree with the answer's definition of the Programmer SE's characterization, and I believe that my question applies uniquely to programmers in particular and to creative workers in general. Closing a question as such because this question doesn't just apply to programmers but to other creative workers will only restrict unnecessarily the scope of Programmer SE and make it less useful for the programmers. Not to mention that closing a question because it belongs to a still-not-yet-exist site doesn't sound too good a practice.
AND if the career-related site didn't get created there would be no place for my question to go to, which makes the SE rather "incomplete".
Therefore, the question should be reopened and must remain opened until at least the Professional Matters SE goes onlive.