Similar to this meta question, I'd like to figure out what to do about a scenario where multiple extremely similar questions are asked but have minor differences.
Both of these questions (Diablo 3) are asking about weapon enchantment: If a weapon has both Increased Attack Speed and +% Damage, and the player wishes to enchant the weapon to remove one of these two stats to replace with a slot, which is more important? That base point is identical in both questions. The difference is that Question 1 deals with a mace being used by a Barbarian class in a Whirlwind spec while Question 2 deals with a crossbow being used by a Demon Hunter class. Class and build may subtly change what target attack speed values to aim for and possibly whether attack speed is important at all (channeling builds aim for high dmg and attack speed is unimportant).
I claim that the two questions are duplicates, and that a good answer would detail why each stat may be important, how to determine for your class/build which to aim for, and let the asker figure out for themselves where to go from there.
My concern here is that we'll end up with many different 'identical' questions but each one is being asked by a person playing a different class or slightly different build. This makes it difficult to find an answer for people searching, especially since the question titles don't detail the differences. Hell, in the examples provided, the titles are practically identical: "Enchant Which Weapon Property: % Attack Speed or % Damage" vs "Enchant Weapon Property: Favor Attack Speed or % Damage?".
TLDR: If two or more questions are nearly identical with only minor differences due to build/class/etc should we close them as duplicates and prefer more generic answers that inform the asker so they can determine for themselves in their specific scenario what to do, or allow there to be tens of questions with only those minor differences?