For quite some time, we've been using the too localized close reason for abandoned questions.
Of course, if the question merits closure for another reason--it's a duplicate, it couldn't have been answered in the form it was in (irrespective of age), it's a call for discussion rather than an answerable question--then it may be closed with a different close reason.
But the "routine" close reason for abandoned questions these days is too localized, not not a real question as indicated here.
Can we get some kind of semi-"official" clarification from moderators about this? Perhaps a comment on that question? Moderators have stated too localized is the correct close reason here and here, but the older, more popular question is still more prominent. But I believe that, as things currently stand, it's hard for people coming to meta to understand how abandoned questions are handled. As an alternative (or in addition) to commenting or posting, perhaps one of the questions that says to use too localized could be featured for a while.
Unless such clarification has already been prominently given and I'm the only one missing it, in which case, my bad!