Still feeling not very clear about Stack Overflow and Software Engineering after reading: rule for posting programmers vs stackoverflow, so continue to this post, here goes my questions:
"... Stack Overflow is for when you’re front of your compiler or editor working through code issues. Software Engineering is for when you’re in front of a whiteboard working through higher level conceptual programming issues..."
OK, It seems that Software Engineering is only for a higher concept question about software design and something related to that, compared with this, Stack Overflow more focuses on a detailed, code-based question——Am I right? If yes, what does "higher concept question" mean? I didn't find anything about that anywhere here, so can anyone be kind to tell me? And this means a lower-level question won't be supported and it will be abandoned? But how to say which is lower/higher? Just say if you can search out the result in google/stackoverflow/stackexchange, that's a lower-level question?
Another thing I'm thinking of is: If I'm in a white-board of a certain concept about programming but only with some rough ideas (not sure yet,all are my guesses,probably all are wrong or most of them are wrong...), so can I talk about them to fetch all of my ideas out as a considerate question(to make the question complete). I think we should do that.... Unfortunately, Karl Bielefeldt says such questions won't be supported...but if these ideas are part of the white-board question to make the question very complete.... so why and how to do to describe?