There were a bunch of great questions this morning in the close queue because they were about 13.04. It doesn't make sense to close them just because 13.04 is a few days away. We're supposed to be getting "looser" as 13.04 solidifies, after all, we can't update all the questions on the site at once!
Linux Mint, Backtrack, Gnome-Remix and other Linux distributions (try our friends at Unix & Linux Stack Exchange).
Bug reports (How do I submit a bug?).
Issues with the next version of Ubuntu (Ubuntu+1) (More information about Alpha and Beta release issues).
Are people supposed to understand from that one sentence that there is some room for Ubuntu+1 questions? At present they have to open the link to understand that. The latter bullet could be rewritten to something like:
Please feel free to flag questions that were closed because of collective (bad) judgement or are about to be closed (if a mod closes and then re-opens the same users cannot vote again to close), we can have a quick look at them and re-open / clean the close votes if that is the case.
Also, that will make us remember usernames that are constantly showing up on such closures and we might resource to sending a virtual smack-in-the-head if needed.