So we got all new and shiny close reasons and a little bit reworked dialog which works very well and is very nice and handy. But there is one question left, as what do we close too localized questions now?
It actually helps to read the documentation, "too localized" was removed because it was misused most of the time:
5(A). "Too Localized" is no longer necessary since the specific off-topic reasons now address its main use case. (new)
Too Localized was, by far, the most misused close reason in our surveys, with both Community Managers and Moderators deeming over 50% of randomly sampled TL closures to not have merited closure (including on SO).
Today, TL is used helpfully on code dump questions on SO, but the new OT reasons are where this is now correctly addressed. SO can use "Large blocks of code with requests for debugging without meaningful supporting info" as a specific OT reason.
But the new dialog leaves us with only four options:
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Only the "other" reason does very well fit on "too localized" questions now, doe we close it with that?