Should questions that are specifically confined to the workings of Hyperledger Fabric be on topic?

Context:

Previous meta discussion: What is really on-topic for Ethereum Stack Exchange?

I can see that questions comparing Fabric to Ethereum might be useful to some extent, so could be considered on-topic, but IMO questions about Fabric that are in no way connected to Ethereum should be considered off-topic.

Note that we have the and tags.

Thoughts?


Background:

Hyperledger Fabric is one of the Hyperledger projects. It provides a plug-and-play framework for developing blockchain stuff. It doesn't support the EVM directly.

Hyperledger Burrow is another of their projects and includes an Apache-licensed Ethereum VM implementation.

(I'm unsure if Burrow is a sub-project of, and therefore built on top of, Fabric.)

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I think questions about other blockchains that do not mention or involve some aspect of Ethereum, should be flagged off-topic for migrating them to the Bitcoin Stack Exchange, which appears to be the site for all other blockchains.

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