We see often questions which arise from problems people are having. This is good and clearly in the spirit of the site. However, often this seems too specific while a general question would be more useful to the community.
Should we then sometimes adapt the question to be applicable to more people? If so, how do we know when a question is a good candidate for generalization?
As an example, this morning we got a question on focusing a Canon EOS 6D with a Marumi variable neutral-density filter attached. I am not sure there is anything specific to this filter (other than not ever having seen one) or camera to warrant a solution specific to this combination.
Another example just popped up, a new question asking How To Remove Foreground Objects? is noted to be a duplicate of a question asking how to remove people. Looks like the latter, which is answered, could be generalized to the former.