The question was accompanied by a detailed explanation to ensure that the question was clear, but the question was still yes/no. Why was it closed by jordan.baucke, Peter Knolle and Saariko?
The question was: Does a Prerequisite Tree (Described in Detail Inside) Exist for Beginning/Self-Taught Developers?
This is clearly a yes/no question, regardless of how detailed the explanation was. Just because Abhinav Gupta is "scared to read such essays, since my school days. Please cut down the fat – Abhinav Gupta," doesn't that mean he should just move on to a question that is more suited to his abilities?
Plenty of questions are accompanied by hundreds of lines of code, yet this one, which is accompanied by an (admittedly) lengthy explanation, but is still a yes/no question, closed as being too general?
Jordan Bauke said that "this board is more related to specific questions regarding the use of and development on the SFDC platform. – jordan.baucke," however, I think this question is very clearly related to learning how to develop on the SFDC platform.
Here's a link to the question: Creating a Prerequisite Tree for beginning/self-taught developers
Can this question be re-opened?