I would like to investigate if there is a changed point of view concerning allowing bug- related questions in specific cases. The last time this was discussed is four years ago, and practice seems to have slightly changed.
My point of view:
In case of possibly bug- related questions:
until it is not definitely sure a question is related to a bug, and it is highly unlikely a work around can be produced in an answer, please don't vote to close the question as off-topic.
Although the point of view above seems to be permitted in practice in some cases, I'd like it to be an "officially" recognized one. Bugs should of course be filed, but in many cases at least a work around can be created for the time being. For that reason, closing such a question as a bug often means unnecessary loss of important functionality.
Good examples are the many graphics driver issues. Highly unlikely to be fixed on a short term, while they can be patched with a little creativity. It would have driven away many users if we simply trashed those questions. Many people wouldn't get their second/third screen arranged or working at all.
Looking through my answers, it seems at least 10% is in any way related to fixing (the effect of) a bug. I don't see any reason why this should not have happened, many reasons we should allow it.
I would like to get the currently "living" opinion(s) on this.