On the hardware recommendations Stack Exchange site, most of the users are being met with questions being closed or placed on hold. The current moderation team has decided to limit their scope to a very narrow band. Meaning a very high % of users who are asking perfectly valid questions on a site named hardware recommendations are unable to receive any assistance. Is there any official process to have the scope of support, and moderation practices reviewed?
The reason I ask, is because the name is so very broad it basically stops any additional pages from being created. For instance, If I wanted to have a Stack Exchange that reviewed build guides, or helped users find compatible PC parts. I wouldn't be able to because that would fall in the "Hardware Recommendations" jurisdiction. Even though it is considered out of scope on that site.
I've seen users go through as many as 8 edits before having their question moved from on hold to a closed status. People on the meta pages are creating new posts asking how their questions should be worded, so they remain open. Stack Exchange staff needs to get involved for a scope/moderation review.