A.k.a. reopen this.
I'm referring to question asked by myself - Where to farm experience in Pokemon X/Y?.
I accept that the question could be seen as "too broad" by some. I was unsure if it wasn't - but then I saw an almost identical question that wasn't closed - so I figured it was okay for me to ask.
Moreover, when going to help centre, you an see clearly, that question's scope fits into the page description:
If your question generally covers things such as …
Gameplay strategies and tactics
…then you are in the right place to ask your question!
Question is marked as "Too broad". I disagree. While there are many different answers possible(but that's the case for 90% of the questions anyway), this is strictly not the case - after 16 hours only one answer was provided(where are "too many answers" again?), and the one provided is great example of what I (almost) had in mind - comprehensive, with detailed explanation. The user surely put his time and knowledge into answering the question - and answer is really good( I only wish he added more places for low-levels, but it's okay).
And since some questions do have multiple answers possible, we're on SE - we can vote, so bad answers("just go into the bush") will get immediate downvotes. Good answers will rise up to the top. This isn't the question about many things at once - it's one specific thing, that can be answered well and you can prove your answer is better(if you provide statistics that your place gives more experience).
But I'm curious to hear your arguments.