Recently I asked several questions on SuperUser site. I answered them with quotes from other users. But the community closed my questions as duplicates. I might be wrong about different things, concerning the questions. But it's beyond me why they're calling them duplicates. They share: 1) content of answers (the quotes) and 2) topic. But they: 1) have different phrasing, 2) ask about different things, 3) have different actual problems behind them. The Help Center says:
duplicate - the fundamental goal of closing duplicate questions is to help people find the right answer by getting all of those answers in one place
This question has been asked before and already has an answer. If those answers do not fully address your question, please edit this question to explain how it is different or ask a new question.
But my questions "haven't been asked before". So what do you consider a duplicate in the context of this incident?