This question Is an ideal finitely generated if its radical is finitely generated? on commutative algebra was down-voted, "Removed from Network Questions" (not sure what it even means) and closed by moderators as off-topic.
I asked and answered plenty questions on algebra and I'm sure that in this case the question is so basic that it doesn't require any additional context. Its content, meaning and motivation is clear to any student of commutative algebra. Not to mention, I would add details were I asked a specific question in comments.
In a question asking for a counter-example, failed attempts to construct one are irrelevant as they don't add anything to the question. Clearly, it is not a homework question. So, recommendation of "showing your work" is not applicable in this case.
I've got two answers before the question was closed and now I know two beautiful counter-examples. I found hard to come up with such counter-examples if you don't know where to look. In one of the examples the ring is obviously coherent, a detail I wound very important for some reasons. It is possible that other people know more counter-examples, and that counter-examples satisfy some additional technical assumptions, but it is not possible to answer closed questions.
So, I don't think that closing this question without any comments is based on its content, but rather on some formal signs, and it is also apparent disservice to the community as new answer with other counter-examples can't be added now.