I asked a question on main about mathematical interestingness of statements with the intent of finding a heuristic or formal theory that attempts to define mathematical interestingness. I included one tag as obviously wrong in hindsight, set theory, because I intended to ask about the interestingness or utility of first order statements with foundations in set theory before realizing any foundation would be appropriate.
The damage was done, and someone removed all the tags I assumed were relevant and retagged it as soft-question and philosophy. Shortly after that it acquired a close vote and after several hours it acquired enough close votes to be put on hold.
Now I don't want to contribute useless or off topic questions that aren't useful to the community, and I'm wonder where I go from here? Do I delete the post, even though there were helpful answers linked in comments? Does it get migrated to another SE site? Do I just wait?
I'm not sure I can edit it meaningfully enough to satisfy those who voted to close it and still have it be the same question. I could edit it to be higher quality and more rigorous, but the question would still be in the realm of asking how or if we can measure mathematical depth in first order statements, so if that question is off topic I can't really fix the question.
Is it appropriate to ask in the comments in main the reasoning behind the close vote and possible alternative SE sites, or should the comments avoid meta questions like that?