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Recently been a lot of reopen activity on Declarative Language ... is this on-topic for [SO]?

I'm only asking this because the guy got really upset about it being closed. Personally I believe this belongs on either [programmers.SE] or the new [CS.SE] beta

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closed as off-topic by Roombatron5000, Emrakul, rene, Monica Cellio, Doorknob Jan 21 at 21:52

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The question you link to is far too open ended to fit anywhere on Stack Exchange. –  Yannis Aug 31 '12 at 8:53
    
3 votes is not what I would call a "lot of reopen activity". It's not a good fit, but some find it interesting I guess. –  Bart Aug 31 '12 at 8:54
    
Which site should it go to? –  Merlin Aug 31 '12 at 8:56
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@Merlin Yahoo! Answers? Quora? Experts-Exchange? –  Yannis Aug 31 '12 at 8:59
    
I've voted to delete it instead.. if it ever were reopened I'd vote to close it again in any case. –  Martijn Pieters Aug 31 '12 at 9:36
    
Was the exact question: what should I read this or that first if I dont understand? How is that about anything? –  deleted_user Aug 31 '12 at 9:40

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That question in general is just terrible. It only states that he doesn't understand it and asks if he should read up on it... Very open-ended and not specific at all. Looking at the answers, the not constructive close reason stands strong. It's not constructive. It's a discussion.

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