Earlier this year, we decided that modded Minecraft crashes, specifically, should be off-topic, which is a decision that I, personally, have had concerns about, fearing that a rule about a particular game could cause long-term problems.
Now we get virtually no crash questions, which was the end-goal. However, now that there are no more crash questions to close, I get the feeling that everyone's definition of "technical support" has expanded.
Take this question for example. This is very clearly a gameplay issue, to me. The game runs, but a particular element of the gameplay is not working. It just so happens that the server is a bukkit-equivalent for MCPE, and, as such, it's being closed because it is "about a specific set of minecraft mods."
This is not and has not ever been the decision. Our goal was to eliminate technical support questions, and now, questions that are not technical support are being closed because they mention modded Minecraft. This is exactly where my concerns came from back in April.
So, the question is, what exactly does our decision cover. I read it very narrowly, as in, to literally only cover crashes. But apparently some people disagree. How should this decision be read?