When I flag a question as "doesn't belong here", the new 'off-topic' subcategories are great, but there's a little disconnect between the top-level blurb and the options actually displayed beneath. The headline is:
This question does not appear to be about programming, within the scope defined in the help center
and the options presented are:
All those options are about questions that the OP might feasibly have thought would be ok on SO. There isn't currently an option for 'has nothing to do with programming at all and wouldn't even be on topic on another stackexchange'.
Could an option be added to cover plain 'off-topic' questions?
Or should we treat such posts as spam even without an 'advertising' aspect?
Edit: I didn't realise 'Other' is still available in the Close vote options, which changes things somewhat (I was under the impression one of these options would have to be picked for the close message). So I am happy with the options as-is, it's only a little confusing for <3k rep users who go to flag, not a problem as such.