This question pertains to a very old and fairly insignificant question of my own from nearly a decade ago.
The question was recently closed as a duplicate of another question asked roughly three years later.
Mine is a simple question that received a simple and satisfactory answer, and I moved on, grateful for the assistance. I question whether there is value in modifying or closing and merging questions such as these that have surely fallen completely off the SEO radar. While the other question certainly has a detailed and well-authored answer, it actually has nothing specifically to do with DotNetNuke; in fact, DotNetNuke does not appear in the question or answer at all. It really does not address my older question directly.
Now, I don't feel passionate about this particular question, and do not intend to contest anything; however, I do care about StackOverflow, and want to ensure my behavior is aligned with the community the next time I dust off the moderator tools for fun. Was this an appropriate closure? Should questions this old and insignificant even be up for closure as duplicates to much newer--albeit still very old--questions? Are specific questions such as this one about DotNetNuke really duplicates of much more generalized questions?