Stolen from this meta.physics.SE thread by @ChrisWhite
As per this blog post, the close system has been overhauled. Some of the changes are that:
- not a real question,
- not constructive, and
- too localized
will no longer be reasons for closing, replaced instead by
- unclear what you’re asking,
- too broad, and
- primarily opinion-based.
Furthermore, it appears off-topic will now include sub-reasons for closing. As I understand it, this will include a site-specific standard list of reasons, though any close-voter can write in their own wording for that particular question (which will be subsequently turned into a comment).
What will our list of default off-topic reasons be? Is there a network-wide starting list of reasons, or do we need to come up with something from scratch? In either case, it can't hurt to discuss amongst ourselves what would be best for this site.
In general, what is not covered by the three new reasons (plus duplicate, which is still in place)?
In particular, I think we use the now-obsolete too localized reason for closing copied-and-pasted homework questions. Certainly none of the new options seem to address that, so perhaps we need a we-don't-do-your-homework-for-you off-topic category.