"How to" questions may not be what we want here, but they still show that someone has a need and I really don't want to simply close them.
After looking through Super User's accepted (i.e., not closed) Photoshop questions (and this question on their meta) I'm thinking migration would be the appropriate thing to do here, and not just for Photoshop, but for all of the "how to" questions that we get. The skill level of the questions asked over there appear to be lower then they are here, however, and some here seem more specific to GD than the ones I have seen on SU.
I just want to be sure before I start doing this. What are others' opinions about this?
UPDATE: As always, there are no simple answers here, so I am hoping to better define a "how to" question. @Adam and @DA01 brought up some good points.
Upon further reflection, it seems to me that we should allow the "how to" questions that can not be answered with a simple "RTFM"-like response, but rather those that are looking for a specific effect that goes beyond either a simple tutorial or requires a bit more strategy than the average designer (but not rank beginner) would put together. I know this would be considered a step backwards by some, but the questions I have migrated to Super User are neither closed nor answered, which conflicts with the goals of Stack Exchange. I think there is room for both here.
I will say that I do find it unfortunate that @Jeff is against the
how-to tag that I created because I felt this would have been an excellent tool to help manage people's experiences with the site. But, then, I guess this is what mods are for.
Feedback is greatly appreciated here as we try to create a balanced site.