In chat, Robert Cartaino indicated that a few questions looked ambiguous and not "findable." He clarified:
Titles are important. If I saw a Tweet that said "Why don't we bow 'correctly' any more", it makes no sense. It's much clearer to say "Why don't Jews bow correctly anymore" or whatever makes the title clearer.
It seems to me that what he's driving at is that every question title ought to contain some clue that the context of the question is Jewish, if only so they pop out for potentially-interested people who scan lists of titles, for example on Twitter. Most of our titles already comply with this guideline. Shall we make it a requirement from now on?
(A possible exception to this rule would be questions that could be meaningful/interesting outside the specifically Jewish context, such as this one. The goal, I suppose, is to make sure that each title looks meaningful/interesting on its own.)