Apologies if this is a duplicate; my search keyword mojo wasn't able to find one.
This question was closed, and the OP subsequently defaced it by deleting the body of the question. Since three answers had been provided, I rolled the question back to its original form.
While doing so, I noticed that the reason for closure was reported inconsistently.
- The annotation added to question itself tells the OP to provide additional context. This is reasonable. See the screenshot below:
- When viewing the edit history of the question, the closure reason is indicated (between versions 1 and 2) as "not suitable for this site." This seems incorrect (except in the general sense that a question that was closed for any reason may be considered as unsuitable); with revision to provide context, the question would indeed be suitable for MSE. See the screenshot below:
Is this a known SE quirk/glitch, or did something go wrong with the closure of this particular question? It doesn't seem ideal to convey mixed messages to the OP.