I tend to be a conservative about these sorts of things, meaning that if this site is mostly working, the burden of proof lies with a proposal to change its scope. While some site clearly should include this as a topic, in my mind, the proposal needs to answer the question
Questions about about selling apps, books, music, etc., through Apple's ...
I really don't think this should be a grey area, or "muddy waters".
iTunes Connect is an Apple Service.
The site definition includes "other Apple products or services"
Therefore it already fits in the definition of this site.
The problem is someone has added an exception to the definition. I don't see anywhere the community deciding on that exception. ...
I wish to build a case for limited scope increase of itunes-connect.
Assuming I get a large support in terms of net up votes, we might assume a general consensus to change the [faq] officially to endorse a limited scope of book-selling, music-selling, developer-program related questions.
Here are the sort of questions I'd love to see more of in the future.
This site is the place where questions about using Apple products and all apple programs except for iTunes Connect.
I personally want to build consensus (if there is actual consensus) to broaden that scope to allow iTunes connect questions like the one you asked.
Your question isn't complicated, is covered in Apple's FAQ that isn't something under NDA (...
Before I seem like I'm completely against this idea, let just start by saying that I have no problem with our site expanding its focus to include iTunes Connect. It's a subject matter that is currently underserved by the rest of the Stack Exchange network, and it would be great to have a place to ask those kinds of questions.
I've often thought that Ask ...
A lot of good things have been written and discussed already, let me throw in my few cents as well.
Does it fit in: In a way iTunes Connect is an Apple service like iCloud and a lot of other stuff. One uses it to sell/publish media of any kind in the iTunes Stores
Isn't it programming: Not really. There may be borderline issues (e.g. around in-app ...
Yes, iTunes Connect should be on topic both here and on Web Apps.
While all of the answers here are technically correct, there's another option:
See this proposal (link), which would encompass iTunes Connect and (shudder) Google Play, and other similar services.
This question seems off topic on AskDifferent, but would be on topic on App Stores.