I'm rather new at the site and think I make some progress now and then how to use and participate. Some of my contributions are real bad, I surely admit, as for example https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/950958/a-simple-set-theory, that seems to be the result of a blackout, and I really don't care if the community vote for closing that question.
But now some users want to close a reasonable question of mine with a good and accepted answer and I can't even guess any fair reason: https://math.stackexchange.com/questions/953716/how-to-express-oplus-with-only-neg-and-implies.
So what is this? I really don't care if the question will be closed and deleted, since I got the answer and the question isn't very interesting, but somehow it feels that some persons vote to close with obscure motives.
Or have I missed something totally?
So it has been closed with the motivation "This question is missing context or other details" which is not true.
There are no missing context or details in the question.
But since no one will answer, apparently, I'll guess one have to live with the annoying fact that users amuses them self by closing others questions instead of ask questions of their own.