Can we stop closing good questions simply because they could be applied to more than just programmers, if the answer is something that would be unique to developers, or if the question itself is valuable to programmers in general?
For example, this question about obtaining feedback from an external developer got closed because the question could be asked about any profession, however I feel the answer for a contract developer is very different than the answer for a contract builder.
As another example, this question about handling junior programmers could apply to more than one profession, however I feel it is valuable to programmers in particular because it is fairly common practice to have a senior programmer work with 1..* junior programmers.
These are just examples. I am not trying to get these questions re-opened (although I have voted to re-open both of them).
I love the image in our FAQ since it does sum up whats on-topic and what isn't pretty well, however some questions that could fall in the All Careers circle are quite good questions for programmers, or should be answered differently by a programmer.
Many users follow the lead set by our moderators and more active users, so I want to ask you guys to please consider the possible value of a question to programmers and software developers, and if there are answers that would be specific to programmers only, before voting to close.