Why can edits to a closed question be rejected as "should have been written as a comment or an answer"?
There should be a close-vote option labeled as: "there is no discernible research done before asking the question"
My questions are wrongly closed and I am not allowed to ask questions, even before my questions were answered
Does the community think that we need a 'grammar, but too basic for ELU: almost any book on grammar will answer this clearly' close-vote reason?
How can users nominate old, popular questions for exemption from closure as being of 'historical value'?
Only top scored, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible