The current wave of questions seems to deal mainly with discussing how a moderator can/should act in situations requiring moderation, for example conflicts.
But of course, users are also involved in these situations. And they also need help and guidance from people who know how moderation works best.
For example, the question How do you deal with a back-seat moderator? has been asked and answered from the point of view of moderators: what can moderators do to subdue such a person.
I can imagine a twin question asking about the same problem from the perspective of a user: imagine that I am a user somewhere. A non-moderator starts policing me in what I believe to be inappropriate ways. The real moderators haven't solved the situation, for whatever reasons. What are my options?
Opening the site to this type of question will help to attract more users (because there are more users out there than moderators), and will enhance the communication between both groups, letting them clearly see the concerns of the other side.
There is also a potential for negative consequences: users who decide that this is the place to rant against what they perceive to be injustice inflicted on them by their moderators.
Do we want to accept these questions on the site? If yes, how do we minimize the chance of non-constructive questions?