The following question: How do I attract new programmers? has been closed as Too Broad and then reopened.
I argue that it is far broader than How do I structure my project in an inviting way? which has been closed as too broad.
I voted to close both questions as Too Broad. For How do I attract new programmers?, here's my reasoning:
For the second question, How do I structure my project in an inviting way?, here's why I closed it:
For those who are casting reopen votes, I can't speak for them, but I hope to hear their reasoning as well. As for this, this is why I cast close votes.
I'd just like to address an implication, which may or may not apply in this case: it's possible for a question to be too broad, but a superset question to not be too broad.
Q: What do I do when my car is low on gas? A: Go to a gas station and refill it.
Q: Which gas station should I go to? A: too broad
The first question includes the second one, but it addresses a higher-level problem, whose set of possible solutions is quite limited.
The first question you linked could be understood as a superset of the second linked question - "structuring my project in an inviting way" is a possible solution to "How do I attract new programmers", but the first doesn't go into how, the second does.