The set of guidelines proposed in the refocussing exercise are great in their clarity, and in excluding some of the kinds of questions and answers we don't want to see. But there are some questions that I think should still be welcome here, that are/would be excluded by our new criteria. Something like this:
I'm leading worship at a meeting in a couple of weeks' time and would like to select some songs that are appropriate for the topic of the meeting. The topic is X and I'd like to pick some songs that are in Y style. (My church is a Z denomination/type of church) Where should I look? Do you have any suggestions?
Admittedly not worded very well but you get the idea. It's all about solving a problem, which is what Stack Exchange is (or was originally) all about. There are of course some undesirable things about this kind of question, perhaps the most obvious one being that it's listy - the answers could end up being lists of possibilities (there could be several "right" answers). But exactly that kind of question is allowed on several, perhaps most, of the other SE sites, so I don't see this as being a showstopper.
I'd like to see C.SE being more than a place to ask about Christianity as a dry, abstract theory, and to allow some "real life" problem solving questions to be admitted. Sure, personal, pastoral advice questions are out, no argument there, but shouldn't wider "What's a good X to use in Y situation?" type questions be allowed? As I understand it questions like this wouldn't fit into our current trinity of biblical/doctrinal/factual.