So I've had a few of my questions closed in the past. Most for good reasons.
However, most recently my question, Nicer responsive masonry, was closed for being "not constructive" and "likely soliciting debate, arguments, polling, or extended discussion".
As I understand it, the "not constructive" reason is often used to close generic "which one is better, X or Y?" questions, and apparently five different people thought that that was what I was after.
Which it was not.
My question was literally a "practical, answerable question based on [an] actual problem that [I] face", as set in the FAQ as the description of an acceptable question.
Looking at the second paragraph, I'm guessing it would be easy for someone to just read that and say "oh, I know where this is going" and summarily vote to close. Which is what I'm guessing must've happened here.
So now the question is closed. I voted to unclose it, but I doubt this edge case question will ever see the other four people who'd magically find it, thoroughly peruse and analyze it against the rules and guidelines, and cast a vote to reopen.
As such, there should be more process to closing and/or reopening. I know that I posted a question that belongs to SO. I know that those five people made a snap judgment and are wrong. Where do I go to state my case?