Why do you want to compare how we handle an off-topic question with how another community handles a question that may or may not be on topic? Every community is free to decide (to some extent) their scope, what is expected of questions, and what to do when questions violate the site rules.
Our rules about topicality are spelled out here, in the Help Center. It clearly states the types of things that are considered on-topic (with links to Wikipedia articles that define the terms, to make sure everyone is clear what is meant). It also lists the types of questions (and links to the appropriate Meta discussions, where applicable) that are not permitted here.
Not only is the question that you linked not about one of the things that is on-topic, it explicitly falls into one of the categories of questions that are off-topic here ("finding or recommending products or services, including tools, libraries or packages, programming languages, books, scholarly papers, tutorials, articles, or blogs").
We have also decided how to handle questions that fall into our off-topic categories. We favor fast closure, and if the question is explicitly in one of the categories of off-topic, fast deletion. This helps to ensure that people don't abuse the system - asking off-topic questions and getting answers (as answers or comments) is abusive and tends to lead to other people asking low quality or off-topic questions and expecting help.