There has been no private discussion among the moderators about this, and we're not planning on having any. Nothing about the results of the experiment really needs to be kept private, so whatever discussion we have will be on meta posts or in the chat room and thus everyone can read it themselves.
Personally, I've been very busy for the past week and haven't had a chance to think about it much, but I have been hoping to see some hard statistics on closures during the week the moderators were avoiding closing homework questions. (And perhaps also afterwards, since I think I've only closed a couple of HW questions myself even since the trial ended.) My impression, to the extent I noticed anything different, was that there was little difference in what types of questions got closed, it just took longer to do it, but I wasn't keeping a particularly close eye on the site so I'm not particularly confident in that assessment. If that impression turns out to be correct, it would mean there are no significant changes that need to be made to the scope section of the homework policy, except perhaps with regard to graduate-level HW questions, which we didn't get a chance to examine during that week (simply because nobody asked any, that I know of).