I've been looking forward to Not Programming Related since before Area 51 existed (anyone remember StackOverflowOverflow?). NPR even has Jeff's support. But lately I've been wondering whether it's an appropriate site for the SE family.
As far as I can tell, all of the SE sites are holding at least moderately firmly to the "don't make subjective discussion posts, this is a place for questions that can be answered" mantra. And let's face it, that's kind of what makes an SE site an SE site. But NPR is, by its very nature, for more subjective, discussion-y questions. Is making NPR a reality worth breaking with the SE brand? I'm worried that it'll embolden people who want to have discussions on other SE sites. Will it lead to other SE sites asking for subjective spinoffs? Would that be bad?