I've been pondering this for the last couple of days. I was researching ways to verifiy ripped audio files and found this question which I found very useful. I thought it was a good sensible question. However, I edited it to add a useful tag and it would appear that my activity raised the question's visibility which led to it being put on hold even though it wasn't on hold for the six years since it was asked.
It was the fact that someone had replied with an answer that turned out to be exactly what I wanted. So I personally was very happy that someone had asked this exact question and also that someone had taken the time to provide a useful answer and I think it is a shame for it to be marked down.
It seems a bit off to demote a useful question that has been alive and well on the site for six years, just because a tag was added. The subject matter has quite a narrow focus and, I feel, adds valuable information to the knowledge base. I was glad to find it.
What is the problem with this queston? Is it simply because the OP asked "is there a tool I could use to verify my rips in this way?"
Would it not be better to just remove that offending sentence?
If not, and this kind of question does not belong on this site, then which SE site would have been a better home for this question and should the question be migrated to that site ?