I recently asked on the StackOverflow if there is a native LOLCODE compiler available on the Internet. Honestly, I was shocked to find that after few days the question was closed as "off-topic".
Don't you think it is overzealous? Those guys who voted for that thread to be closed obviously did not even bother to learn anything about LOLCODE, they probably just went to the website, saw an example of a (VALID!) LOLCODE program, and thought "this is a joke".
For their information, there are over 20 interpreters for LOLCODE (now perhaps even more). Yes, it is a funny programming language (that was the whole point of making it), but is a programming language.
My question would be the same as "Is there a native Ruby compiler which targets x86 or x86_64 available?". I am 100% sure the question about Ruby compiler would not be closed. So, why this discrimination?
I think there should be more control over who can close a thread. Or, perhaps a way to measure "objectiveness" of S.O. members, so I can vote down objectiveness of those who closed the abovementioned thread.