I have this internal debate: what if a question would only really be asked in the context of programming, but not be purely about programming? Does that make it or not a "a specific programming problem"?
Yes, this is about my question having been closed. I know it's not the greatest question, but still, I try to see it negatively, and I still fail to find ground for closing it as "off-topic".
Just like so many other bad questions will never get noticed as badly needing closing (for example duplicates with less followed tags), I can only feel like my question was a tad too swiftly close.
I hope this question is not "off-topic" for meta-stackoverflow.
While I did feel a bit of frustration when I saw that my question was closed this morning, I'll get over it. I'd be interested to know really what makes an SO question off-topic.