Sorry about this, but someone closed another one of my questions: Error on trying to make a torrent
I don't get why it's "Too Localized" - I'm using the included, default torrent program, on the LTS release. Nothing funky or unusual.
If I pick the close reason apart, it only shows that my question was closed completely unjustly:
This question is unlikely to help any future visitors; it is only relevant to a small geographic area, a specific moment in time, or an extraordinarily narrow situation that is not generally applicable to the worldwide audience of the internet. For help making this question more broadly applicable, see the FAQ.
[...]only relevant to a small geographic area[...]
This has nothing to do with geography. If I fly my computer to Europe, that's not going to fix anything.
[...]specific moment in time[...]
Nope, tried it again the next day. Didn't work. Week later, nothing. Next month? (You'll never guess: NOTHING.)
[...]or an extraordinarily narrow situation that is not generally applicable to the worldwide audience of the internet[....]
What, Ubuntu users don't make torrents? If anything at all can be considered as "generally applicable to the worldwide audience of the internet", Torrents are it.
..anyway, I'd like this to be reconsidered. Was there something wrong with the title? Did I phrase something in a way that irritated someone in a high place? The close reason is completely invalid, and no comments were provided as to why it was closed. (I know that sometimes "Too Localized" can be used as a Reason to close a question, if the actual reason was not an option for Closing..)