I've noticed a pattern here on Meta (this is a meta-meta post!)
Namely, people seem to like answering questions by marking them as a duplicate. For example, 'why didn't I get rep from these two upvotes' could be marked as a dupe of 'How do CW posts work?'
What's the policy on this? The close reason says something like
This question has been asked before and already has an answer. If those answers do not fully address your question, please ask a new question.
These kinds of duplicates probably match the already has an answer part, but what about the first part? There's nothing saying that the question has been asked before - it's only been answered in the big, overreaching question.
On the other hand, these questions would serve as signposts to the big FAQ question.
So, should these kinds of questions be closed as dupes and let the OP find the answer in the big answer, or should we answer them pointedly and link to the big FAQ question?