Every Stackexchange community has a main site and a meta site. The main site is for questions about the subject matter, and the meta site is (roughly) for questions about the workings of the site (community policies, discussion about posts on the main site,...).
At puzzling.SE, the majority of the questions posted to the main site are puzzles created by users. However, questions about puzzle creation are explicitly on-topic here. We have a funny situation:
- questions about creating puzzles belong on the main site,
- questions about creating posts on puzzling.SE belong on meta, and
- posts on puzzling.SE frequently are puzzles.
This issue most recently arose with this question. The user wanted feedback on two puzzles already posted here, and wanted advice on constructing another. The question currently has four votes to close as off-topic.
Is the linked question a better fit for the main site or for meta?
More generally, what guidelines are there for deciding where to ask a question about the creation of puzzles for (or about puzzles created for) puzzling.SE?