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We've discussed this topic lately and within the last couple of months another meta post, What to do with tutorial requests? — part II. The top upvoted and accepted answer encourages to allow them. My views on tutorial based questions primarily exist on the realm of does it have some sort of effort.

Recently a discussion around another post was brought up and this question went back and forth on wether it was or wasn't broad. While I was intrigued by the question and initially came up with an idea how to make it into a script I closed it for being broad based on no attempt and the multitude of possible answers. After discussing with a few members how we could get it opened I mentioned if an attempt was made I would be happy to reopen it. Another user came in and did this so I kept my word and reopened it after they pinged me.

The issue stems now regarding what's changed in the edit and some of us have different views. The initial start of the chat can be referenced here.

Given the above communications and discussions I'm wanting to better understand what this community wants with an example question. The other day another user in chat posted some cool poster work and I will use one to write an example question.

How would the community view a question of this type and should this be allowed or not? Please provide your views in the answer area.


Sample Question

I saw this and wondered how do I create this poster in Photoshop?

enter image description here

I saw this and wondered how do I create this poster in Photoshop?

enter image description here

We've discussed this topic lately and within the last couple of months another meta post, What to do with tutorial requests? — part II. The top upvoted and accepted answer encourages to allow them. My views on tutorial based questions primarily exist on the realm of does it have some sort of effort.

Recently a discussion around another post was brought up and this question went back and forth on wether it was or wasn't broad. While I was intrigued by the question and initially came up with an idea how to make it into a script I closed it for being broad based on no attempt and the multitude of possible answers. After discussing with a few members how we could get it opened I mentioned if an attempt was made I would be happy to reopen it. Another user came in and did this so I kept my word and reopened it after they pinged me.

The issue stems now regarding what's changed in the edit and some of us have different views. The initial start of the chat can be referenced here.

Given the above communications and discussions I'm wanting to better understand what this community wants with an example question. The other day another user in chat posted some cool poster work and I will use one to write an example question.

How would the community view a question of this type and should this be allowed or not? Please provide your views in the answer area.


Sample Question

I saw this and wondered how do I create this poster in Photoshop?

enter image description here

We've discussed this topic lately and within the last couple of months another meta post, What to do with tutorial requests? — part II. The top upvoted and accepted answer encourages to allow them. My views on tutorial based questions primarily exist on the realm of does it have some sort of effort.

Recently a discussion around another post was brought up and this question went back and forth on wether it was or wasn't broad. While I was intrigued by the question and initially came up with an idea how to make it into a script I closed it for being broad based on no attempt and the multitude of possible answers. After discussing with a few members how we could get it opened I mentioned if an attempt was made I would be happy to reopen it. Another user came in and did this so I kept my word and reopened it after they pinged me.

The issue stems now regarding what's changed in the edit and some of us have different views. The initial start of the chat can be referenced here.

Given the above communications and discussions I'm wanting to better understand what this community wants with an example question. The other day another user in chat posted some cool poster work and I will use one to write an example question.

How would the community view a question of this type and should this be allowed or not? Please provide your views in the answer area.


Sample Question

I saw this and wondered how do I create this poster in Photoshop?

enter image description here

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Where do we draw the line on tutorial based questions and what is acceptable?

We've discussed this topic lately and within the last couple of months another meta post, What to do with tutorial requests? — part II. The top upvoted and accepted answer encourages to allow them. My views on tutorial based questions primarily exist on the realm of does it have some sort of effort.

Recently a discussion around another post was brought up and this question went back and forth on wether it was or wasn't broad. While I was intrigued by the question and initially came up with an idea how to make it into a script I closed it for being broad based on no attempt and the multitude of possible answers. After discussing with a few members how we could get it opened I mentioned if an attempt was made I would be happy to reopen it. Another user came in and did this so I kept my word and reopened it after they pinged me.

The issue stems now regarding what's changed in the edit and some of us have different views. The initial start of the chat can be referenced here.

Given the above communications and discussions I'm wanting to better understand what this community wants with an example question. The other day another user in chat posted some cool poster work and I will use one to write an example question.

How would the community view a question of this type and should this be allowed or not? Please provide your views in the answer area.


Sample Question

I saw this and wondered how do I create this poster in Photoshop?

enter image description here