I think there is a lot of confusion regarding electronic music, for both DJing and live act.
For me, blindly excluding synth, DJ (both of which come in analogue and digital flavors), and software questions from this SE is a huge mistake.
Synths, samplers, and turntables are our instruments. The interactions and dynamics are not much different from a guitar, a piano, or a trumpet, no matter how we choose to control them (wind-based, keys, movement detection, strings, sequencers).
It's the same "musical practice and performance" we all come here to talk about. Oscillators, filters, amplitude, envelopes, waveforms, frequency, etc are analogue to tremolo, vibrato, strings, tuning, timbre, etc.
DJing is no different. Mechanically, we can discuss about beat-matching or transition techniques, as we discuss about finger-picking or rim shots. Conceptually, there is harmony, melody, tempo, rhythm, everything, there is music.
Different DJs choose different instruments: Turntables, CDJs, cassetes, Ableton Live, Serato, Traktor, the same way you might choose a violin, a cello, or a mandolin.
Acoustic instruments have settings too.
I understand that the forum needs scope, it's important and healthy, but it is also important for the community members that want to implement the filtering to understand the concepts and differences involved.
Don't negate the benefit of this community to musicians because of their instrument choice, or because their instrument is not as popular as others on this SE.