Is this abandoned or just old and unanswered? The question looks okay though. If it's not possible to answer "How do I restore the default Ubuntu theme?" even for 14.04, we have bigger problems. There's almost certainly a duplicate for this. If there isn't, there should be.
That brings the question as to why we don't have a close reason specifically for these abandoned questions.
Because purposefully finding and closing abandoned questions is a complete waste of time.
Update: I've talked on this before but this is still contentious. If you disagree with me, please have the courage to comment and explain what value you perceive from chasing 2y old questions out of the system.
It's gut-wrenching to still see mature members of the community creating more work for themselves and other reviewers. Just let the old stuff be. It doesn't hurt us until people start churning it up. If it's a problem for the system, the system will automatically delete it.
This question is a great example of time wasted:
- An edit bumped it to the front page.
- The editor then close-voted.
- That spurred a review queue entry that sucked in four more people.
- One of those people has since close-voted (separately, I think).
- And now we're here talking about it on Meta.
I know it's hard to accurately talk about opportunity cost when talking about time, but consider what those people could have done in that time. Leaving off the Meta —which does have disparate value— we're talking about 5-10 minutes of answering, voting, editing on some of the posts that came in today.
Everybody involved here does great things for the site so I'm really not having a go at any of you... But we should all be conscious about the work we're creating for other people, and balancing that against the benefit of what we're suggesting.