So, my question "Colocation Providers in Phoenix, AZ" over at Server Fault just got closed because:
This question would only be relevant to a small geographic area, a specific moment in time, or an extraordinarily narrow situation that is not generally applicable to the worldwide audience of the internet.
- I'll go along for a bit on the
small geographic areasince it's targeting a specific city, Phoenix, AZ.
specific moment in timedoesn't fit because data centers don't appear and disappear every week.
extraordinarily narrow situation that is not generally applicable to the worldwide audience of the internet, uhm the audience is server administrators and I don't see it as being that narrow...
Now, can someone explain to me how my question is so far off topic for it to be closed? Furthermore, if I can't ask about colocation and server related stuff on Server Fault, where else am I supposed to go and ask, some generic forum out there maybe?
Just because it's apperant that people want to give the reason of
small geographic area for the closure, I'd like to point out that Phoenix is the 5th largest city in the US. How is that a
small geographic area and quite frankly there's a tonne of developers out here who might be having the same question as I...
What constitutes a
small geographic area?
Now that I know that a
small geographic area essentially means nothing less than a country, I'll throw in the towel. Either way, I'm back to the exact same place I was before I asked at SF, just more aggravated...