The question Is it common to use the minor third for calling someone in Italian? has been closed as Off Topic.
I don't understand why, because I don't think it's off topic. Maybe it's poorly written, and in such a case, close it as NARQ or if it has other flaws I'm not considering now, then choose another close reason. But certainly not as Off Topic. (If you feel it's off topic, then include why you think it is in your answer.)
I'm not an expert in that subject, but I don't feel it's off topic. If it was, also this one should have been closed as such Is it common to use the minor third for calling someone? and instead it received a lot of upvotes.
So we need consistency. We either close them all or we don't (obviously I tend for the latter, because they are both on topic). The OP should have expanded on his question, sure, that I agree with, but the question is not off topic for this site. If we start setting such questions as off topic, we would have really a narrow scope, and it wouldn't be good for the site.
Note: this Meta question is not an attack to anyone, neither the ones who voted to close nor the Mod who closed it definitely; this is everyone's right (assuming you have the rep eheh). Rather, it's a meta question about my concerns regarding that decision. Since this is the place to discuss, I'd like to discuss about it. Especially, I'd like to understand the difference between this question and the other one that was linked, I don't feel there is a difference in topic, apart from writing and/or formatting issues.