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To be clear: I'm not here to whine about my SO questions being closed; I'm here to learn, and to suggest clarification for a potential source of confusion for relatively new users like myself.
Should a new closure reason "Cruft" be introduced? Or if this is common usage of the "Not a real Question" code, should the definition be modified to include it?
My SO Question "Funny or bad/unusual results of asset naming conventions [closed]" was closed as "Not a real Question", which is defined here on Meta as "It's difficult to tell what is being asked here. This question is ambiguous and vague, and cannot be answered in its current form."
But that isn't why it was closed. It did (after editing, before it was closed) have a clear, unambiguous question that could be answered. The actual reason it was closed is because it was considered cruft. (why I thought otherwise is noted in the comments, but that is not the point here.)