It looks like you guys have stopped supporting WooCommernce tags, and Woo Support doesn't seem to want to help unless you're a paying customer - so where's a good place to ask WooCommerce centered questions now? Where do I take my WooCommerce inquires?
So far we have not abandoned Woo* stuff. The problem remains and we're still trying to find a solution. But like you, we're at the very end of that problem. We can't solve a problem that
- wasn't generated by us
- isn't maintained by us
- is impossible to fix by us.
In short: You can fix that problem by asking Woo themselves - it's their customers, their problem, their take - or simply drop it in favor of some other (platform) plugin that has a different support culture (by the authors as well as by the users - like you). You could start with Jigoshop. At least it's the original plugin that was forked by Woo and then was renamed to WooCommerce.
Apparently there is community.woocommerce.com site, which welcomes all the questions "related to the topic". Perfect place to point all those WooCommerce questions from here.
And it’s dead since.
WooCommerce support questions have always been off-topic for WPSE, as defined in our scope: questions not specific to WordPress are off-topic, even if they happen in the context of WordPress (such as in a WordPress Plugin).
We're simply making an effort to make that more clear.
I had made a recent question here related to WooCommerce and it is "on hold" and the moderator sent me a link to a Woo forum and pointed that the question should be asked there. Well, they didn't answered. And you know why? Because they have their own "premium" forum where users pay for their support.
One question I made displayed another related question where the answer was something similitar to "yes, we have that product and you can buy it from us". Well, for me that is not the perfect answer. I want my problem solved AND I want to learn from it. I'm not able to pay for something I could do with a little of research.
My point of view is that WooCommerce is a third-party plugin but it is still WordPress. It uses the modularity of WP to create their things so anyone who knows well WP and have some knowledge of WooCommerce could easily answer a Woo question. And at least, wasn't this forum a place to help and be helped? Or some guys here just want to be the "Masters of WordPress but not related plugins"?
You guys are making "orphans" here. Sad to see brilliant minds making bad choices. If you think a question shouldn't be answered, just don't. Removing the tag and closing related questions is a type of segregation.