While browsing AskUbuntu, I found a question about Wine + Steam. The OP said that he was using Linux Mint, and upon reading that, I thought "Oh, isn't that non-supported, or something?". So I opened the FAQ, and sure enough, it said that this [AskUbuntu] isn't the right place for questions concerning Linux Mint. So I flagged it, and posted a comment explaining.
After debating the OP on the relevancy of the question, I now feel like a bit of a jerk, since it hasn't been closed yet, so the Moderators (assuming one of them has viewed the flag) feel that this is still on-topic. Also, in hindsight, I recognize that this question is focused towards Steam + Wine security, and the fact that the OP is using Linux Mint is mostly a minor detail.
A similar question to this has been asked before - but that was about "official Ubuntu software" such as Unity and Ubuntu Software Center, and as far as I know, Wine is independent of Canonical/Ubuntu.
Was I in the wrong with this question? Is the fact that he's using Linux Mint enough to disqualify his question? Or does it vary from program to program? How "anti-other-os" is AskUbuntu? I don't want to make this mistake (if in fact it is one) again.
EDIT: Just noticed that I'm able to view my "helpful flags", which helps indicate if a mod/mods think my flag was right. Question still stands, since I still feel a bit murky on this topic.