I just voted to reopen a closed question.
It was a question that related to database design. The questioner was asking how to denormalize a database design so as to make a replica database suitable for use as a reporting database. The question was tagged with "database design". In my mind, it was well within the topic of database design.
It was closed as "off topic", not really relevant to programmers.
I think that database design, even for reporting purposes, is well within the realm of software engineering these days. It's even arguably within the realm of programming.
The days when programmers designed files and data architects designed databases are gone. I know. I made a living as a database specialist in the 80s and 90s.
What, if anything, can I do beyond voting to reopen in order to change popular opinion about whether this question should have been closed? I've had questions about other closed questions before, but this one seems like an open and shut case.